X-Girl’s collaboration with Shaniqwa Jarvis is among the assortment in the Socials Studies NY’s pop-up store.
Designer and architect Cristina Celestino was inspired by the work of César Manrique and David Hockney for the New York outpost.
Jay Penske has made a number of investments and acquisitions over the last year, while Brant looks to be getting out of media altogether.
Abloh will be the guest of honor at an event held at Spazio Maiocchi on Nov. 30.
Fashion designer and artists are ready-made collaborators and several are proving that this month.
Pablo Piccaso’s work will go under that gavel Sunday at Christie’s and a new exhibition is on view at the Villa Borghese in Rome.
The Sardinian artist and designer manipulated the iconic Zingarelli dictionary to create 16 artworks.
As the executor of the designer’s estate, Vollbracht’s niece Tracy Stanley has the task of piecing together his archives, even though they hadn’t seen each other in more than 20 years.
Running Nov. 8–12, “Waste No More” is meant to remind consumers about the amount of clothing that is discarded annually and the importance of the circular economy.
Nearly 34 million buyers are using creative marketplace Etsy, but Witchsy mixes a new potion of consumer preference.
The new exhibition is a bit of a homecoming for Stefan Sagmeister who was born in Austria and studied in Vienna before relocating to New York.
With 1.2 million Instagram followers, the artist known as JR stands to get a lot of people talking about the gun debate.
When not designing clothes for her Strike Oil collection, the artist creates art with fiancée Gigi Gorgeous.
The designer offered her services pro bono to outfit 11 actors, who will play 30 different characters.
Ken Downing designs interiors for a model condo with bright colors and rule breaking.