Picking some cotton and pulling no punches: the designer, artist and co-founder of No Vacancy Inn on his collaboration with Levi’s.
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Denim Tears are not enough: with his new collection for London Fashion Week, Tremaine Emory shines a light on colonialism, colours and uncomfortable British history.
In photos: For its sixth outing as Lagos’ No.1 music-slash-culture festival, Homecoming took over sexy concept store Alara, with exclusive bits from Denim Tears, Stüssy, Off-White, Mowalola and more. Just take a look at the happy shoppers – they’re bloody gorgeous.
From lots of fabric to, um, very little fabric indeed, here are all the looks you’ll be clamouring for next spring.
The Denim Tears and No-Vacancy Inn co-founder continues to elevate the stories of Black Americans through fashion. This time, by telling the story of one of the giants of 20th century dance.
Co-founders Acyde, Tremaine Emory and Brock Korsan team up with the streetwear supremo for a collaborative collection that references iconic '80s pop-culture moments.
Joining forces with fashion powerhouse Browns, the Lagos festival has a jam-packed schedule of online events celebrating Africa and its creativity, alongside an e-zine that’s exploring the influence and exchange that Afro culture has on pop culture.
What has LA’s best-known under-the-radar artist been up to since helping Kanye design merch for his Life of Pablo tour? A new exhibition, it turns out.
The No Vacancy Inn founder speaks to friend and American artist Theaster Gates about his debut art installation at Prada Mode.