Presley Oldham, Nephew of Todd, Is Making Pearl Necklaces for Boys

Presley Oldham, Nephew of Todd, Is Making Pearl Necklaces for Boys

To fashion diehards, Presley’s last name will sound familiar—yes, he is the nephew of ’90s fashion stalwart, Todd Oldham. As you might expect, Presley practically grew up in the industry; his father, Todd’s brother, was responsible for the brand’s hardware, including the designer’s idiosyncratic buttons. Ironically enough, Oldham, 24, hadn’t planned to follow in his […]
This Former Pole Dancer Is Making Elegant, Minimal Thongs

This Former Pole Dancer Is Making Elegant, Minimal Thongs

Sinkovskiy notes that each piece is made from silk from France, something that influenced the brand name, which translates to “Du Ciel” in French. “You shouldn’t feel anything when you wear silk, it is very very soft,” said Sinkovskiy. “And that is the feeling I...
A DIY Guide to Making Hair Bows According to Beepy Bella

A DIY Guide to Making Hair Bows According to Beepy Bella

While in isolation, Lalonde has been ornamenting her bows with deadstock pearls and beads that she has leftover from her main line, though Lalonde insists that level of embellishment is optional. As for the ribbon fabric that you choose to work with, she says that you...
Meet the Artist Making Tie-Dye Cool, Not Crunchy

Meet the Artist Making Tie-Dye Cool, Not Crunchy

Syroka’s magnetic technique separates itself from the tie-dye pack. His pieces are typically color-blocked. His pants, created from pairs of white Wrangler jeans that, according to Syroka, “make everyone’s butt look amazing,” evoke a groovy stained-glass effect in...
Meet the Designer Making Fantastical Corsets Out of Upholstery

Meet the Designer Making Fantastical Corsets Out of Upholstery

When she began to make tapestry-based pieces, Mallison would scout flea markets and thrift stores. (Using secondhand fabric was something she had learned at her program at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, which encouraged students to repurpose materials. “I was...