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Sarah Hay, i-D's Paris editor has been covering fashion weeks and writing main features for the magazine since 2009 but her first commission was in 2004 when she interviewed The Rakes. Since then she has interviewed Azzedine Alaia, Olivier Rousteing, Marianne Faithful, Paul Smith, Dries Van Noten, Proenza Schouler, Nicholas Ghesquière, Léa Seydoux, Carole Lim and Humberto Leon and Rinko Kikuchi, to name but a few. "I started reading i-D magazine when I was fifteen," says Sarah, who has since contributed to the Financial Times and edited www.milkmade.com "it was my only lifeline between a culturally bland suburbia and all the vibrant creativity happening in London. The pages of i-D proved to me that life could be exciting, there were other people like me and they were living in big cities like London, Manchester, New York and Tokyo." Today, via the internet, fashion is a global event and Sarah continues to unearth new talent and continue the discussion of what fashion will be in the future with both underground and established designers, by living between Paris and LA.
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