With winter sneaking up on a lot of us this year, layering is the perfect solution for any wardrobe, whether it took you until December to get out of the Hot Boy Summer mindset, or you had been waiting all year to pull out your puffer coat like Jack Frost.
While gender-subverting fashion has been around for decades, that did not stop Styles’ Vogue cover from gathering plenty of media attention, both positive and negative. Candace Owens came under fire for replying to Vogue’s tweet promoting the cover and stating, “There is no society that can survive without strong men…the steady feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men.” Yikes.
Long before Hypebeast. Long before long queues in front of the Supreme store. oLong before stunting on the gram. Definitely way before it was seen in Vogue and on the runways in Milan, Paris and New York. Streetwear has always been a thing. And while the credit hasn’t always been paid to the Black creators, designers and stylists, Black people have always been a part of its past, present and the future.
When ethics are centered in fashion, not only does that help the environment, but it also helps the people as wages are higher and the communities in which these resources lie are often paid for their skills. Support these sustainable fashion brands.
Proving that Dads can still get 'fits off, the award-winning rapper, screenwriter and actor is bringing in year 34 in style.