The people buying vinyl grew up with Spotify, Pandora, and Napster.
The Kent State sweatshirt that appeared bloodstained is the latest in a string of offenses for a chain struggling to regain its cool.
For her, the bottom of the river is home. Homelessness doesn’t always look the way you expect it to.
You certainly aren’t in Kansas anymore.
There’s a reason why they call L.A. the “City of Angels.”
It’s still L.A….just without the cars.
Comparable sales fell for a third straight quarter while rising at Anthropologie and Free People, the retailer said Monday.
Now go back and thank your teachers.
Urban Outfitters sent customers an email yesterday introducing Without Walls, its new outdoors and fitness brand. Tank tops at prices comparable to Nike and Athleta are joined by expensive tents, ponchos, and even an $88 “performance romper.”
The retailer was selling a crop top patterned with the word “depression” from a brand with that name. It drew comparisons to a shirt it sold in 2010 that said “eat less.”
Question: Where is the line between hipster self-expression and corporate advertising? Answer: Not here.
Daredevils Jokke Sommer and Ludovic Woerth thread the needle between two buildings in Rio De Janeiro that are 36 stories tall and 28 feet apart.
“Pick up your jack and call it’s nothing to it. Holla. Do ya thing. Y’know, let it do what it do. On the real. It’s off the hook.”
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