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  • marco de vincenzo is leading milan into the future

    Right angles, mobile geometries, immaterial densities and self-generating exoticisms? Despite the show notes' mused on that the Fendi accessories designer sent a collection full of fabulous Italian fashionability down the runway.

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  • catch the wind at missoni

    Floor-length florals and turbans and buoyant, light-weight shrouds on Missoni's spring/summer 15 catwalk

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  • The director of Beyoncé and Jay Z’s vanished video speaks out

    As the world gears up for Jay Z and Beyoncé’s HBO special this Saturday, featuring footage from their ‘On The Run’ tour, fans are wondering about the mysterious disappearance of part one of the three-part video series ‘Bang Bang’ from the Internet this week. Clips from the highly anticipated film were shown throughout the tour, and it is expected to feature in tomorrow’s documentary special in some capacity. i-D ventured to the Soho studio of the film’s director Dikayl Rimmasch and his accomplice, Will Kaner, to get the scoop.

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  • riccardo tisci talks to i-D about his latest nike AF1 collaboration

    To celebrate the final instalment of the Riccardo Tisci x Nike collaboration, i-D flew to Madrid to watch the basketball World Cup final and meet Riccardo himself, who, it turns out, is a bit of a fanatic. First they dropped in white, then black, but the third and final colourway is the slightly more mellow beige. We meet Riccardo on the balcony of his hotel, he’s just spent the day with Ciara and her son after she flew in to attend the party he was throwing that night…

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  • Simon Costin brings the impossible catwalks of alexander mcqueen and gareth pugh to life

    Simon Costin is a fashion legend responsible for creating some of the most fantastical, grand fashion stages and pushing boundaries with set design and visual effects. Yet with Simon, it's not merely set design - it's a fearless and vivid take on an idea that makes a collection. He collaborated with Alexander McQueen from the 90s until his untimely death, and recently has worked with Gareth Pugh on challenging the idea of the catwalk itself, as well as creating sets for photographers like Tim Walker, Paolo Roversi and more. With his friendly and affable nature, Costin sits down with i-D and invites us into his world.

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  • the fashion show that changed my life

    As fashion week reaches its halfway point, we ask some of i-D's favourite designers to recall particular shows from back in the day that ripped into their retinas, embedded in their brains and inspired them to do their own thing. Certain fashion moments always remain clear, it seems, despite the mists of time.

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