You can literally wear your principles on your sleeve while baffling facial recognition technology.
Plus: Fashion versus the police state, a truce in the Kansas-Missouri border war, and more....
Social media can actually be pretty good at hosting heated conversations about racism and sexism.
Good job, internet liberals, you got huge clothing conglomerate to stop selling one of its few works benefiting indie creators!
New exhibit at Boston Museum of Fine Arts showcases the promise of technology and fashion.
A new Louis Vuitton ad campaign features Jayden Smith in a skirt. That's apparently transphobic.
Even in liberal democracies, Muslim women who cover their faces relegate themselves to second-class citizenship.
Spoiler alert: it generally does not go so well.
"Clothes are freedom—freedom to choose how we present ourselves to the world; freedom to blur the lines between man and woman, old and young, rich and poor."
Here's what to say the next time somebody rags on about the kids and adults these days with their droopy pants and turned-around baseball caps...
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How to nurture controversy for profit 101
Speculation's he was brought in for the iWatch
Can we have a law banning stupid laws?
No afro puffs or certain braids
Get suspended prison sentence and 10 million euro fine
To help women who have had mastectomies
Privacy-wear for the modern age
Were the drawn guns really necessary?