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The 20-year-old London musician reflects on her career so far as she prepares to release ‘Collapsed in Sunbeams’.
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We speak to the iconic fashion journalist and author about his new campaign for the shearling slippermakers and the changes he wants to see in fashion.
Dev Hynes on creating the dreamy soundscape of We Are Who We Are
The Grammy-nominated artist, who scored Luca Guadagnino’s new HBO series, tells us about his evolution as a composer.
Lily Collins and Amanda Seyfried on making Mank
The new David Fincher movie is a front-runner at 2021’s Oscars. Here, the women who carry it dissect their characters, legacy and 'Emily in Paris'.
Cole Sprouse predicts the future of society
With his chilling new horror podcast ‘Borrasca’ out now, Cole shares his supernatural experiences before going deep on the future of the film industry.
What will the future of fashion advertising look like?
The latest edition of Elise by Olsen’s print project 'Wallet' is dedicated to exploring Fashion PR and Advertising. We present some its most vital insights just for you.
Elle Fanning: “Now that I’m older, I’ve realised that my voice actually matters”
The 21-year-old actress talks young love, mental health and producing her first film ‘All The Bright Places’ for Netflix.
Kiko Mizuhara: "I believe it is important to express yourself when necessary"
We’re diving into the archives of i-D Japan and throwing back our 2018 cover story with the megastar model and actress.
5 minutes with 5 women behind Ganni's AW20 show
As part of a wider collective of 20, these women – artists, sculptors, crocheters – came together to create the Danish brand's beautiful latest collection.
supriya lele talks to i-D ahead of her debut LFW show
The young designer's first collection celebrates the nostalgic juxtaposition that so many first and second gen British Asians know: ornate weddings in village halls, saris and trainers at the bus stop.
rihanna tells us how she's going to transform the fashion industry
“The most important message is that this a line designed by a woman for women. It’s for women to feel their sexiest, their boldest, their most feminine, their most masculine, their 'most', period.”
15 questions with fat white family
After the release of their third album, and ahead of their UK tour this autumn, your fave rock ‘n’ roll band answer some very important questions.