Forget the clichés, there's not a beret or Breton stripe in sight. i-D France hit the streets to shoot the next gen of Paris style.
Mohamed Sylla is the half Guinean, half Senegalese rapper creating le son du jour from the Parisian banlieues.
As Colette celebrate 20 years in the biz, i-D France meet one of its founders, the discreet queen of the Parisienne scene, Sarah Andelman, to find out how she keeps it relevant, and what's changed since it all began.
Taking the best and brightest of London’s design talent to Paris, London Showrooms is place to find the cream of the fashion crop. This year, i-D are proud to be partnering with the platform.
As the autumn/winter 17 menswear shows came to an end on Sunday in Paris, Paul Smith, Lanvin and Kenzo reflected the transformations fashion week has experienced this season, from co-ed shows to major collaborations.
After a heavy autumn/winter 17 menswear season of politics, on Saturday in Paris designers offered a much-needed break from bleakness.
The elusive designer and French curator are bringing a Margiela retrospective to Paris in 2018.
Invited to Paris by Chanel for the house's Métiers d'Art show, the outspoken Disney star met us to discuss how her generation is finding its voice.
In Divines, the French-Moroccan director’s vision of Parisian estates explores gender, identity and meaning in life below the poverty line.
The second edition of this young Parisian art fair captures the exciting spirit of new artists and gallerists from across the world.
On the last day of the spring/summer 17 shows, Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu put the season in review.
On Monday in Paris, houses from Hermès to Alexander McQueen brought the spring/summer 17 collections one step closer to defining that elusive idea of season trends.
On the release of a beautiful new retrospective monograph of her work, we sat down with the designer to discuss three decades in fashion, 90s nostalgia and modern design.
Demna Gvasalia flexed his fetish muscle in a glamorous Balenciaga collection on Sunday in Paris, where Céline and Valentino – now under the solo direction of Pierpaolo Piccioli – gave it up for the glamour girls, too.