Olivia Anthony’s LIV Streetwear Is An Ode to Black Creativity and the ’90s

Read our interview with the fearless creative. By Esiwahomi Ozemebhoya/ Olivia Anthony watched streetwear bloom before her very eyes. Despite streetwear’s diverse origin story, the industry seemed to have forgotten its roots. A rich marriage between surf wear, Asian street style, European haute couture and hip-hop created the casual wear we consider street fashion. As a […]

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Why Racially Tone-Deaf Marketing Keeps Happening

by Stanley Lumax “Have you lost your damn minds?” That’s what The New York Times columnist Charles Blow asked H&M after the brand became the latest case study in racially insensitive marketing. H&M’s product listing featured a young black child wearing a sweatshirts that read, “Coolest monkey in the jungle.” Before that, Unilever’s Dove ran an ad including a black […]

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