“an ode to my childhood. When Priscilla knocks at the door, you answer”
A cinematic examination of Wong Kar-wai’s color palette of the cheongsam.
Capturing imagination, promoting innovative design and campaigning for the protection of life on Mother Earth.
They say fashion is cyclical, if that’s so, what were the origins of mom jeans, and how did they come back in style after the 90210 ‘80s era? What makes the classic high waist, straight leg jean so popular for millennials? And why is there such a negative connotation surrounding them?
This past September, Ink Magazine visited Printed Matter’s New York Art Book Fair — the world’s largest fair for artists’ books and related publications — to be inspired by designers, publications, and engage with New York City.
It’s time to break away from the restrictive ideas of minimalist fashion, and explore the new season’s style trends without boundaries. A trend that has been emerging from this maximal evolution is the clashing of a classic fall print: plaid.
With a focus on effortless yet classy apparel, Oberg encourages the modern women to take a break from their busy and chaotic lives to make time for themselves, ensuring that wellness and health are at the top of their to-do list.
Written by Nico Gavino The Forever 21 bankruptcy set off a mass of tweets and memes, some ridiculing the brand saying they had it coming, while others grieved the loss of their beloved and affordable clothing destination. For those afraid they won’t have a place to get their last-minute party top, not to worry, Forever […]
Raul Lopez is a self-taught Latinx and Brooklyn designer focused on creating clothes for gender fluidity.
An Exploration of the New York City It-Girl
From Euphoria to Mid ‘90s, Demie has been taking over not only the film industry, but also the fashion industry through her unique style.
A look at the faux pas turned sweet knitwear that’s trending this season.