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The Kids Are Alright: Collaging The Past

by: Bianca Ozeri

For our Youth Issue, we took a look back at the styles and trends that prevailed over the kids in the last six decades.

Tags: hipster, punk, rave culture, Rockabilly, the mods, the new romantics, william faulkner, youth subcultures

Reel Runway: Beauty Lies in the Difference

by: Jenni Zellner

The week's most alluring fashion shorts.

Tags: Adam Driver, animation, Boy On Top, Byronesque, Carrie Munden, Decora Kei, disabilities, Fairies, Fashion, Girls, Harajuku, Jenni Zellner, Lolita, Manhattan, mannequins, Offline, Pro Infirmis, punk, Reel Runway, Sid Vicious, So It Goes, The Guardian, The Wild Magazine, Tokyo, Videos, Vivienne Westwood
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Byronesque Goes Offline

by: Emily Kirkpatrick

This week Byronesque, the fashion insider's favorite e-commerce website full of carefully curated collections of vintage high end designs, took their wares offline and into the real world.

Tags: Byronesque, Comme Des Garcons, Craig Ward, Fashion, James A. Farley Post Office, Jean Paul Gaultier, Maison Martin Margiela, Moschino, Offline, punk, The Met, The Wild Magazine, Vivienne Westwood
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Colours Are What Keep Me Alive

by: Blaine Skrainka

Why I love Hot Chip so so much.

Tags: Al Doyle, Alexis Taylor, Blaine Skrainka, Colors, Electronica, Felix Martin, Hot Chip, Interviews, Joe Goddard, Owen Clarke, pop, punk, The Wild Magazine, UK
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Wacky Wacko

by: Claire Voon

Where may one find Dracula, Justin Bieber, Kurt Cobain, Morrissey, Pete Burns and Vaginal Davis hanging out? Only on a T-shirt by Wacky Wacko, a clothing line established by Seth Bogart, who also serves as […]

Tags: Claire Voon, Fashion, Hunx and His Punx, punk, Seth Bogart, The Wild Magazine, Wacky Wacko
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Trend Report – Punk: All Chaos, Never Couture

by: Emily Kirkpatrick

Out of the mosh pit and soon to be crashing a fashion week party near you, punk has been all anyone can talk about (or wear) for the past couple of years. But just because […]

Tags: Chaos to Couture, Emily Kirkpatrick, Mario Rodriguez, punk, The Met, The Wild Magazine, Trend Report
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The Punk is in the Toilet

by: Kate Messinger

Did you miss CBGB in its days of glory and fame? Do you curse the safety-pinned anti-gods for the passing of an era of inspiring music and style, for replacing such a historical mecca of […]

Tags: bathrooms, CBGB, Met Ball, Metropolitan Museum of Art, punk, Punk: Chaos to Couture, The WILD Fashion
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The New Punks

by: Kate Messinger

In preparation for the most holy night in fashion and art commingling, aka the Met Costume Gala held on May 6th, everyone’s getting inspired by this year’s theme: PUNK. The exhibition will focus on the transition of punk […]

Tags: ART, Arts, Fashion, Kate Messinger, Met, New York Magazine, photography, polaroids, punk, Punk: Chaos to Couture, The Cut, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Wild Magazine, tompkins square park. Lucas Michaels
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The Met Goes Punk

by: Emily Kirkpatrick

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute has enjoyed great success from their exhibits over the past few years. With the incredible record-breaking Alexander McQueen show and then the imaginative pairing of Schiaparelli and Prada, […]

Tags: Alexander McQueen, Alexander Wang, Andrew Bolton, AngloMania, AngloMania: Tradition and Transgression in British Fashion, ANN DEMEULEMEESTER, Anna Wintour, Azzedine Alaïa, costume institute, DIY Style, Dolce & Gabbana, Emily Kirkpatrick, Haider Ackermann, La Mode Destroy, Lauren Santo Domingo, London, Marc Jacobs, McLaren, Met, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Nick Knight, Pabilions of Anarchy and Elegance, Prada, punk, Punk Couture, Punk: Chaos to Couture, Rebel Heroes, Rei Kawakubo, Riccardo Tisci, Rodarte, Rooney Mara, Schiaparelli, The Coturiers Situationists, The Wild Magazine, Westwood, Women's Wear Daily
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Rest in Peace Adam “MCA” Yauch

by: Joseph Johnson

The Beastie Boys have done huge things for music. There are few bands that could be considered more successful and more diverse than the New York trio who have been lighting up stages since their […]

Tags: Adam Yauch, Bassist, Beastie Boys, Buddhism, Hip-Hop, Joseph Johnson, legend, MCA, music, New York, pioneer, punk, R.I.P., The Wild Magazine, Tibet, tribute