Chicago designer Sheila Rashid makes unisex clothes that give people the freedom to define themselves.
Last weekend’s two-day pop-up at the Lab on Lake showcased Chicago designers outside the downtown-Wicker Park-Bucktown hub.
Amanda Harth and Runwayaddicts have set up a space to talk about how our city does fashion differently.
How many did you guess correctly?
Even on a weekend it shares with the Silver Room Block Party and the debut of ComplexCon Chicago, Pitchfork stands out for its far-sighted, eclectic bookings.
Leaders from two generations of the local streetwear scene talk about ComplexCon’s pros and cons.
Come November, the music press will start churning out “decade in review” pieces. Though I can’t predict their contents (and frankly don’t want to), I anticipate there’ll be several listicles ranking Chicago rappers—and any such roundup would be incomplete without Lucki Camel Jr. He dropped his debut mixtape, Alternative Trap, in 2013, and though he […]
A new exhibit of the Japanese artist’s work at the Museum of Contemporary Art is a dizzying depiction of the current cultural moment.