The NYC-based stylist speaks on the state of the fashion industry and working with Kanye West.
“I like to make the goofy sh*t cool.”
The mind behind CHAPEL and St. Luis explains why he can’t get behind Vetements’ $900 Snoop Dogg tee.
The presentation, which featured a Bronx lowrider gang, was “romantic and a story of unity.”
“Downtown New York felt like a big high school to me.”
The editor, designer, stylist and provocateur also explains how HYPEBEAST comments are like WorldStarHipHop Vine comps.
The D.C. artist speaks on how D.M.V. style is “so much more than just Foamposites.”
The Bromance pioneer speaks on how sites like DatPiff helped him access the Atlanta trap scene all the way from France.
The RHUDE designer explains the creative processes behind his collections SUGARLAND and MOTORPSYCHO and going from pre-orders to Barney’s.
The Golden Child speaks on his experiences in the modeling industry, and the importance of Instagram.
T-Raw promises that the “Feel Me” video is the Video of the Year.
The director promises, “I’m gonna be on my Ice Cube.”