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.
sandy liang’s candy-coated downtown dream
The designer updates her sporty silhouettes with a youthful fantasy inspired by Sofia Coppola’s ‘Marie Antoinette.’
priscavera harnesses heaven and hell
This season's moody color palette, mixed with fiery metallics, explores the dualities within.
chenpeng’s himalayan adventure
Peng Chen unveiled some of the most innovative down technology, in his AW 19 collection inspired by the allure of Mt. Everest.
introducing collina strada’s low carbon diet
The designer had sustainability in mind in a collection that combined tie dye and tupperware.
step into maryam nassir zadeh’s urban oasis
The downtown designer brought her eclectic aesthetic to both the clothes and the East Village space.
marc jacobs has the final word on dressing up
The final show of NYFW was its defining moment, reflecting a trend for heading out in your best.
rihanna’s savage x fenty show starred bella, jazzelle and a pregnant slick woods
You’ll believe God is a woman.
spring break forever at hardeman
Sophie Hardeman's riotous spring/summer 19 presentation featured genius denim and custom condoms.
lou dallas's feminist underwater fantasy world
Raffaella Hanley's spring/summer 19 show was a subversive patchwork of female tropes.
vaquera puts a demented spin on high school cliques
Broken cheerleaders and goth prom queens took over a school cafeteria on the Lower East Side for spring/summer 19.
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