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  • happy 40th birthday victoria beckham!

    On her journey from being pop phenomenon Posh Spice, to becoming internationally renowned and respected fashion designer and style icon, Victoria Beckham has appeared in Zoolander, voiced Queen Amphritrite in Spongebob Squarepants, married the best-looking boy in football, embarked on a solo singing career, established the Pob (Posh Bob) and had four children. Variety is the spice of life! On her 40th birthday we look back to her very first i-D cover and interview exactly 10 years ago, for The Secret Issue, January 2004...

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  • juno temple's got the magic magic touch

    With the release of her latest film Magic Magic, out on Good Friday, we catch up with Juno Temple, the 24-year-old bright spark actress living life fast, ripping up the rule book and winning Hollywood over in her stride.

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  • nike designer sean mcdowell, leads us into his colourful candyland of trainers

    Last week i-D fell down the rabbit hole at the 10th Anniversary of Nike Free, and got lost in the colourful candyland of trainers, all things spacey and luminous sock like shoes. After customising our very own Nike ID sneakers, we caught up with designer Sean McDowell to talk form, function, freedom and fashion. Run wild, run free, just do it, it’s Nike.

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  • andrew garfield, the superhero

    Our spidey senses are tingling with the release of The Amazing Spider-Man 2! As Andrew Garfield returns to the big screen as our favourite hearth-throb superhero we look back to our interview with the British actor in The Lights, Camera, Action Issue, Summer 2012, just before the first spider-man film came out and before he was catapulted to super stardom...

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  • rosson crow - the art world's finest feminist

    As Domestic Unrest, an exhibition of works by Rosson Crow, Francesca DiMattio and Mickalene Thomas opens at the Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, we talk to Rosson about sexism in the art world, dark psychologies and the recent onslaught of digitalisation.

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  • australia's HTRK don't actually hate rock

    After ten years and three albums, HTRK are still the weird kids in school. They’re not quite a part of the rock scene — hell, their name is pronounced ‘hate rock’. Nor do they fit in the club world, despite their appropriation of techno aesthetics such as a nonsensical but instantly identifiable logo. They’ve just never fit in...

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  • kati nescher - the top model talks age, Kate Moss and california

    Tall, dark and dreamy, with cheekbones that could cut a filet steak in two, Kati Nescher is the Russian-born, German-raised superbabe, who set the fashion world alight when she walked for 63 shows in only her second season at an age when most models are thinking of hanging up their modellin’ shoes and munching on a big doughnut.

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  • The future belongs to us! Meet the central saint martins' MA students

    Anyone who’s heard of Professor Louise Wilson will know how difficult it is to get a place on the Central Saint Martins MA Fashion course. Talent and creativity is a given. But when you read the breadth of inspirations this lot cite, you’ll realise the other thing that defines them is individualism.
The future starts here.

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  • Kiesza, the Canadian singer on ballet, boats, bullets and big hits

    25 year-old Kiesza has packed an awful lot into her quarter century here on planet Earth. This multi-instrumentalist songwriting singer and one-time ballerina taught herself guitar perched at the top of a mast whilst sailing from Canada to Hawaii, turned down the opportunity to be a sniper for the Canadian army in favour of music school and counts capoeira and karting as two of her hobbies. Earlier this year, she wrote a song called Hideaway, played by everyone from Mistajam and Annie Mac to DJ Cameo and Zane Lowe. Seems like the redhead has a huge hit on her hands with a single that looks set to storm the charts next week...

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