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Feb 16, 2022

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I spent two years trying to bottle up the genius of our greatest multihyphenate for a museum show. But only at his memorial service did I realize the full extent of his talent and influence.

Sharing Screen Shots Was Jarring and Came Off as Harassing Kim”
"I'm working on my communication," Ye wrote in the caption of his latest post about sharing private text messages with ex Kim Kardashian West about her new boyfriend, Pete Davidson, on social media.

How StΓΌssy Became the Chanel of Streetwear
The brand is somehow 40 years old—and, perhaps more surprisingly, making some of its most exciting clothes yet.

Supreme Appoints Tremaine Emory Creative Director
The Denim Tears founder is the streetwear juggernaut’s first major creative appointment since it was acquired by VF Corp for $2.1 billion in late 2020. Emory will work closely with Supreme founder James Jebbia, who will continue to oversee all aspects of the business.

Coachella Drops All COVID-Related Restrictions, Including Negative Tests and Masks
After revealing last fall that vaccinations would not be required for entry, the Coachella and Stagecoach festivals have further revealed that there will no longer be any COVID-related barriers to entry at all, not even negative tests. Nor will a requirement to wear masks figure into the picture when millions of selfies go out from the desert this April.

Selling Snoopy: How Peanuts Fashion Became Big Business
Gucci, Marc Jacobs, H&M, Goyard, Swatch and J.Crew are just a few of the brands that have designed apparel using art from Charles Schulz’s treasured comic strip. Between the clothing collaborations and an Apple+ content deal, the brand must learn to grow without sacrificing its original spirit.

Keep On Keeping On: How Menswear Brands Survive Or Fall
Once-mighty players such as Brooks Brothers, J. Crew, and Neiman Marcus have filed for bankruptcy in the last two years. And even before the pandemic, changing tastes forced Ralph Lauren to restructure dramatically, terminating certain lines and closing some of its most splendid stores... Why do some brands survive where others stumble and eventually fall?