WWD went behind the scenes at the fall show.
— January 21, 2016
Shrunken double-breasted jackets were a new and striking proportion for Owens, master of the knee-length T-shirt.
Realizing his fashions are about “distorting the figure,” Rick Owens recruited gymnasts and dancers to carry others in acts of support amid the models on his spring runway.
— October 1, 2015
Guests at the show included Yasiin Bey and Gareth Pugh.
WWD's Men's Fashion Director, Alex Badia, interviews designer Rick Owens about his Men's RTW Spring 2016 collection.
— June 29, 2015
WWD went behind the scenes at the men's spring show.
— June 25, 2015
Rick Owens’s faintly military spring show suggested a new anti-establishment uniform.
Owens chose to dial down the shock value for his fall women’s lineup to a mere “surprise”: He used sequins for the first time.
— March 5, 2015
Before his fall show, Rick Owens hinted that it was going to be “primal” — but didn’t say that images of certain exits are certifiably NSFW.
— January 22, 2015
Backstage, Owens said he imagined what Marcel Breuer, one of his favorite Brutalist architects, might muster with tulle if he ran out of concrete.
— September 25, 2014