We steal an afternoon with the LA artist, fresh from the launch of her latest campaign for Mango.
As Colette celebrates 20 years in the biz, i-D France meets 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.
"There's a scene in 'Star Wars' where they go to a bar and every kind of alien from the whole universe is sitting there and having a drink. That's New York."
Christelle Kocher is at the vanguard of a new generation of French designers ripping up the rule book.
Designer and photographer Gosha Rubchinskiy is adamant his references do not represent a political agenda. They are instead a reflection of the times we live in, personified by a beautiful gang of young Russian artists and skaters.
Working outside of the established fashion schedule in Western Massachusetts, Sarah Aphrodite-Stolwijk is striving to create her own radical, sustainable form of traditional dress.
As filmmaker Saskia Dixie invites us behind the scenes, the Fashion East family of designers tells us why initiatives that support emerging talent are more important now than ever.
Delving deep into the dualities of her past, present, and future, the Fujian-born, London-based designer showcases the power of identity.
On the eve of presenting the third collection of his eponymous line, John Alexander Skelton invites us on a family outing through the great British countryside.
The anonymous designers behind a line of Louis Theroux and Princess Di tribute shirts spill.
Talking to the 18-year-old about his path to self-actualization and his desire to “start an organization that pays for people’s transgender reconstruction surgeries.”