erwin olaf: “I do not know if I am still ‘fresh’ with my ideas... and to be honest I do not give a fuck”
Currently in the midst of an international career retrospective, the iconic Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf talks us through 40 years of creating insurgent, inspiring imagery.
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the designer using art therapy focus groups to inform his work
Designer René Scheibenbauer took a much more holistic approach than most to designing his graduate collection.
photographing mumbai’s lgbt+ communities as india decriminalises homosexuality
Magnum photographer Olivia Arthur documents fleeting moments of solitude and tenderness amongst the maelstrom of Mumbai in poignant series, 'In Private/Mumbai'.
juergen teller: “i'm not interested in photography, i'm interested in how i can express my ideas and feelings”
As his new show aimed at raising awareness for the Demelza Hospice opens, Juergen Teller discusses the story behind this poignant photo series.
telling the story of britain’s elderly trans community
Over the last few years, photographer Bex Day has worked on ‘Hen’, a sensitive document of what it means to be trans and elderly in Britain.
it’s called ffasiwn
Opening next week at the Martin Parr Foundation, Charlotte James and Clémentine Schneidermann discuss the story behind their enchanting photo series shot in the Valleys of Wales.
oleg ivenko: the dancer telling the story of ballet’s first pop icon
The Ukrainian professional dancer and first-time actor discusses his role as Rudolf Nureyev: the Soviet ballet sensation who controversially defected to Paris during the Cold War.
how valerio spada captures the truth behind the headlines
Winning a Guggenheim Fellowship for his work documenting the impact of organised crime in Italy, photographer Valerio Spada’s latest show goes deep into the Sicilian Mafia.
the new random identities collection contains a tribute to rei kawakubo
Stefano Pilati’s third drop for the Berlin menswear label draws on his tailoring heritage.
the cosmic future of byblos
For autumn/winter 19, Italian brand Byblos was inspired by the Northern Lights.
the girl next door: rebecca longendyke by alasdair mclellan
In her first shoot for i-D, breakout model Rebecca Longendyke gets in front of the inimitable lens of Alasdair McLellan.
are you an emerging designer wanting to show your collection? moscow fashion week could help
The Russian Fashion Council are offering 10 designers free participation on their schedule this season.
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