Street Style is an ongoing series shot by Highsnobiety. See more here. Name: Luke Matthews Location: Manchester Occupation: Social Media at size? Brands: Clothsurgeon, Stone Island x Supreme, MKI, Acronym x Nike We asked Luke a few questions to get to know him better. Keep up with the discussion through #HSstreetstyle. Tell us a bit about yourself. What do […]
Street Style is an ongoing series shot by Highsnobiety. See more here. Coinciding with the 2016 Champions League Final, and the launch of Nike Football’s new Mercurial boot, we met up with a couple of Nike Football’s top designers at the Nike Science of Speed hub installation in Milan. Constructed for speed. The new #Mercurial […]
Revolve Man looks to Michael Lockley to star in its new style edit. The model heads outdoors to showcase California street style. Ranging from Stampd and Mr. Completely to Stussy, a mix of streetwear-inspired brands are present for the outing. Show More Summary
Which is better: Barcelona or Madrid? Those are fighting words, we admit, and a topic we love to debate. In our new Condé Nast Traveler series, Battle Locale, we look at the streets, styles, foods, and famous faces that help distinguish a city. Here's how Spanish powerhouses Madrid and Barcelona stack up.
Fashion week street style is serious business these days. The format has fast evolved into a global spectacle, giving outsiders a glimpse into the mad circus that is fashion week, with all its ever-changing trends, outrageously expensive outfits and Instagram-savvy #influencers. Show More Summary
Men’s fashion weeks are just around the corner, and while for some, the bi-annual events have become merely an opportunity to stand around, get street styled and pray for future Instagram fame, actual events do still take place. This June will mark the 90th edition of the illustrious Pitti Immagine Uomo trade fair. Fortezza de Basso […]
Nosmot Gbadamosi writing for CNN:...a new exhibition and book explore fashion and street style in four major African cities - Johannesburg, Casablanca, Lagos and Nairobi."I wanted to capture a sense of the breadth and scope of the African fashion Renaissance through the prism of these four cities," says the book's editor, Hannah Azieb Pool.
Two weeks after the Canal Street #postitwars began with a single word, "HI," one of the main agencies involved—Havas Worldwide—has shut things down in style. With a giant image of a mic drop. read more
Finally I get a chance to introduce my audience to Amy Arbus, a woman whose book “On the Street”, is made up of a collection of images she took for The Village Voice, from 1980 to 1990. She shot street style before it was called “street style.” Even though her choice of subject and style of [...]
June 2016 Issue | Walk on the Wild Side | Photography by Mikael Jansson Styling by George Cortina June 2016 cover story: Click Here The Wall Street Journal Magazine Editor in Chief: Kristina O’Neill Creative Director: Magnus...Show More Summary
Floor-to-ceiling windows, sleek style dominate an 18-home building in a bustling corridor.
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia 2016 has just come to a close, with some of the finest designers from Australia and abroad taking the wraps off their Resort 2017 collections. While the runway down-under may not possess the international clout of fashion weeks in New York or Paris, the Australian festivities still present an occasion for locals […]
Street Style is an ongoing series shot by Highsnobiety. See more here. Name: Jacob Han Location: Sydney Occupation: Photographer Brands: Raf Simons, Supreme, COMME des GARÇONS & Acronym x Nike We asked Jacob a few questions to get to know him better. Keep up with the discussion through #HSstreetstyle. Tell us a bit about yourself. What do you do? I’m […]
Amid the glittering runways, surfing, and keg parties at Sydney Fashion Week, the city's streets were a kaleidoscope of colorful patterns and prints. There were zebra socks with bright-red wedges, floral blouses, and polka-dot coats. Click ahead to see Christine Centenera's retro bubble skirt, Catherine Baba in brilliant orange, and ... More »
Street Style is an ongoing series shot by Highsnobiety. See more here. Name: Motofumi “Poggy” Kogi Location: Tokyo, Japan Occupation: Creative Director of UNITED ARROWS & SONS Brands: HUF, UNITED ARROWS & SONS, Lacoste x BEAUTY & YOUTH, The Park-ing Ginza x POGGYTHEMAN, adidas Originals, PORTER, and CHROME HEARTS Tell us the story behind your […]
After our day in Madrid, Audi invited me to spend a day in Barcelona, looking for people with “untaggable” style and inviting them to the Audi Q2 #untaggablenight launch event (happening tonight in Barcelona). Last nights event in Madrid was memorable to say the least, so I’m excited to see what’s in-store for tonight. [...]
Finally I get a chance to introduce my audience to Amy Arbus, a woman who’s book “On the Street”, is made up of a collection of images she took for The Village Voice, from 1980 to 1990. She shot street style before it was called “street style.” Even though her choice of subject and style [...]
If you grew up in the 1970s, chances are you had a rockin' sense of style. Adults were donning leisure suits and bell bottoms, and stores adapted those trends to fit their littlest costumers, too. 1. Sesame Street Apparel The iconicShow More Summary
MR Style delivers a fashionable edge with an editorial from its most recent issue. Chinese fresh face Gong stars in the outing, taking to the streets of Hong Kong. Photographed by Olivier Yoan, the Supermii model is styled by Florent Thiébaut. Show More Summary
Well, we can honestly say we've never gotten this flushed over an octagon before. Thanks to Nick Jonas's sultry stylings, he turned an educational, kid-friendly song about shapes on Sesame Street into a sexy hip-hop ballad. The new tune,...Show More Summary