Lily McMenamy rolls her skirt up and goes back to school.Read moreRead more
A Londoner born and bred, photographer and film director Tyrone Lebon shot his first film at 18, which was screened on MTV. At 19 he had his first work published in i-D. Since then the 6’7” son of Mark Lebon has founded and is currently Creative Director of a photography collective called DoBeDo. His client base now includes Doc Martens, Nike, Louis Vuitton, Stussy Deluxe and Supreme. His photography exhibitions have included group shows at Christie's Rockefeller Center, New York; Galerie Azzedine Alaïa, Paris; and The Saatchi Gallery, London. His most prominent shoots for i-D have included Cara Delevingne and Lara Stone for The Q+A Issue, Spring 2013, for which he also produced a slow, steamy striptease film featuring Cara and a trench coat. Most recently, Tyrone shot Lily McMenamy as highschool’s hottest queen bee in The Collectors Issue, Winter 2013. He is currently working on a documentary film about photographers.
Describe yourself… long, London, DoBeDo, fruit, Brixton.
Which of the seven dwarfs best describes you? As a 6'7 giant I’ve never felt much affinity with any of the dwarfs.
A look through Cara's i-D archive.Read moreRead more
Julia Sarr-Jamois is a fashion editor, stylist and street style photographer’s dream. Affectionately...Read moreRead more
Cara Delevingne is, without question, the world's model of the moment. Whether hunting for turtles o...Read moreRead more
He’s shot Cara stripping; now he’s shot Lily flashing a photocopier. Tyrone Lebon’s latest film for...Read moreRead more