New York Fashion Week
lou dallas' show is a fantastical journey into the art world
For spring/summer 2020, the designer explores anti-capitalism and sustainability through her astrology-inspired collection.
pete davidson walked for alexander wang this weekend
Our scumbro king made his inevitable pivot to fashion.
new york fashion week was the most racially diverse yet
A new report found that fall 2019 was the most diverse season of shows ever, but the industry still has work to do.
paloma elsesser on why there's no fashion week like new york's
The model tells i-D about her friendship with Eckhaus Latta, fashion's ever increasing diversity, and why she can't be bothered to go out.
what they don't tell you about new york fashion week
It's not as glamorous as it seems, even for an editor.
the new new york
i-D crash lands into the Big Apple for fall/winter 19, to celebrate the design teams that injected life back into NYFW.
hood by air has announced its comeback
Designer Shayne Oliver told Ssense that the brand will return within a matter of months.
vaquera's world of interiors
The trio make leaps and bounds with a show exploring an opulent inner, and outer world.
our new york autumn/winter 19 round-up: everything you need to know
In this episode of the i-D podcast, we talk all things New York. We hear from US Editorial Director Jack Sunnucks on the latest collections. And we introduce our daily LFW podcast– one that will see us broadcasting an episode a day live from the shows.
join the cult of batsheva
Designer Batsheva Hay’s presentation, ‘The Love Machine,’ paid tribute to Courtney Love and reclaiming the power.
coach gets psychedelic
Stuart Vevers celebrated his fifth anniversary the house with a colorful, characterful show inspired by textiles guru Kaffe Fassett.
proenza schouler's exercise in control and abandon
Atop an unfinished sky skyscraper high above the city, Jack and Lazaro's show sought to reconcile restraint and its total opposite.