the london blitz: why the city's fashion scene has never been better
These era-defining designers are ensuring London remains the most creative city in the world.
fashion east’s lulu kennedy tells us what it takes to be a fashion designer
How do you make the leap from fashion graduate to fully fledged designer? If anyone knows, it’s Lulu Kennedy MBE.
how young london designers are conquering the fashion world on their own terms
London is a constantly fluctuating chaos of novelty and iconoclasm.
10 years of martine rose
As she celebrates a decade of her eponymous label, the birth of her second child and her return to the London catwalk, 2017 belongs to Martine Rose.
be good, be kind, be 2018
dilara findikoglu reminds us not to play by the rules in 2018
Following a year in which she successfully enraged a conspiracy theorist alt-right radio host, we asked the London-based designer for her advice for a rebellious 2018.
nasir mazhar is back, and we couldn’t be happier
London cultural don Nasir Mazhar reveals his latest collection exclusively for i-D. Hoorah!
exclusive: watch caitlin price’s sensual spring/summer 18 film
Documenting the interaction between Caitlin’s streetwear-couture and the body, Amy Becker-Burnett’s film was inspired by the flower paintings of Georgia O'Keeffe.
gareth pugh wants to hijack your mind with his visceral anti-fashion film
i-D present the global exclusive of the trailer, ahead of the film’s premiere during London Fashion Week on Saturday.
what you need to know before starting your own fashion label
In the third part of a series of articles created in association with 1 Granary and Sarabande: The Lee Alexander McQueen Foundation Philip Rouse, founder of Paris-based showroom Not Summer, talked us through the tough reality of commercialising your...
the london fashion student who took the met ball by storm
In the last two months, Conner Ives’ designs have appeared on the red carpet at the met ball, popped up on Riri’s Instagram and graced the pages of i-D. Impressive, yes, but even more so considering he’s only in his first year at CSM. We meet the...
the syrian designer who became an lvmh prize finalist
After Karl Lagerfeld became one of the first customers of his Elizabethan-infused sportswear, 31-year-old Syrian-born, London-based designer Nabil Nayal has been busy building his eponymous line and finishing his PhD.
out of season: why one designer is rejecting the patterns of time
London born workwear stalwart Craig Green talks us through the launch of his core collection, a gradually evolving everyday uniform inspired by the brand’s signature styles.