The cover image is meant to highlight the focus of the issue — the importance of breakthroughs in creative practice.
Never one to take a let’s-see-how-it-goes approach to business, Todd Oldham said that everything he does with Kid Made Modern is purposeful and rooted in the five tenants of learning.
Sixty up-and-coming student designers are displaying their collections as part of a two-day event at 415 Fifth Avenue.
Todd Oldham will start shooting his first feature next summer and Marcia Patmos mentioned her involvement in the new designer pop-up at 97 Crosby Street.
RISD’s new Apparel Design Department head Neil Gilk is bringing the school’s senior fashion show back to campus this spring.
Todd Oldham’s fashion designs are the focus of a new exhibition at RISD where he has taught off and on since exiting the industry years ago.
RISD is ready to unveil its $5.5 million Illustration Studies Building in Providence for Students in its most popular major.
RISD hires British designer Neil Gilks as new head of its apparel design department.