In Pakistan, Karachi Fashion Week provides a kind of sanctuary, but outside its bubble Hailey finds the forces working to eradicate the progressive culture it represents.
Despite western views of the Congo, the capital city Kinshasa is a runway for its citizens.
In a country with its own stories of violence and protest, Hailey discovers that beauty is the most popular, if dangerous, pursuit for its people.
Under sanctions in Russia, Western fashion is rare-so how's supply meeting demand?
While fashion week offers Palestinians some freedom of self-expression, Hailey explores how a country seeking sovereignty defines itself through culture.
Hailey visits the world's manufacturing capital to find out how China is transitioning from making the West's goods, to designing them.
Women are the fastest growing group of gun owners in the US. Hailey attends a concealed carry fashion show in Ohio to hear their stories and go shooting with grandma.
Hailey meets the Americo-Liberians who are trying to shake Liberia out of a cultural coma by hosting “Fashion Week Liberia.”
Hailey travels to France to explore the recent rise in Islamophobia and how it's effecting the way Muslim women dress.
Hailey travels to Thailand to explore how transgender models are redefining fashion and influencing a new generation. But does representation on the runway lead to social progress?
Hailey explores identity politics in Bolivia as exemplified by the rise of the indigenous cholita class and the used clothes trade.
Designers in Lebanon are world renowned for their glamorous gowns. Hailey travels to Beirut to see how Syrian refugees are using their skills to transform Lebanese haute couture.
In Mexico City, familiar subcultures like punk and emo transform into warring urban tribes. Hailey goes to all corners of the city to find out why these unique identities have taken hold.
Hailey travels to Romania, in the midst of the largest protests since the fall of communism, to find out what it's like to be the first generation of women raised in the EU.