Brave, bold and refreshingly real, the up-and-coming style maverick shares with us his guide to feeling good and looking your best.
Growing up on a small farm in rural Missouri, Jeremy Scott’s determination, resilience, and motivation to follow his dreams (against all odds) is one of the most inspirational success stories in the business. He’s gone from small town farm boy – bullied and rejected from fashion school – to internationally lauded designer and creative director of Moschino. In a powerful and moving manifesto for anyone who thinks they’re not good enough, Jeremy Scott says, "Anything is possible if you follow your dreams!" So put away your self-doubt, read his words, and be inspired.
Describing her recent, traffic-stopping collection as 'American cowgirl meets taxidermy kitsch', we have all eyes on what this young graduate will do next.
Designer, illustrator and make-up artist Matty Bovan is one of the most exciting talents on the capital's fashion scene, and an example of survivalist leadership emerging on the brink of the crashing old system.
Campbell Addy (photographer), Ibrahim Kamara (stylist), King James Owusu (illustrator) and Harry Evans (designer) are four of the brightest stars to spring from Saint Martins and the next in line to fashion’s throne.
'The world is a fucked up place these days and more than ever it feels right (and good) to speak up about the things you find important and just.'
In a special collaboration, Galliano, Tim Walker and legendary stylist Grace Coddington come together to celebrate the Maison’s spring/summer 17 Artisanal collection.
In three short years, Charles Jeffrey and his Loverboy cohorts have exploded onto the London fashion scene in a tirade of paint, tailoring and glorious DIY.
The costume designer for the new adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s chillingly prescient novel discusses misogynist dictatorships and slipping subtle jokes into the women’s clothing.
We spoke to the Laura Mulleavy and Stuart Vevers about how they fused the sensibilities of NY vs LA and utility vs romance in this limited edition collection.
Meet some of the fearless women across the pond that are standing up for diversity and challenging industry's perceptions of beauty.
We head behind the scenes of 'The Nanny' with the woman responsible for Miss Fine’s decade defining style.
While Japan has produced some of fashion’s most breathtaking designers, recently there have been few notable exports. To remedy this, a new school in Tokyo is tearing up the rulebook on traditional Japanese fashion education, with surprising results…
Following the death of her father, the New Zealand designer began trying to create clothes that provided her fragile memories with a physical presence.
In an ongoing series of regular interviews, i-D invites our music-loving fashion friends to select and dissect their ultimate inspirational pop videos.