Round Up

FASHION WEEK

prada and moschino fight for the female cause

“We have to change the world. Especially for women, because there's so much against us, still.”
Steve Salter
9.22.17
Fashion

fashion goes back to beautiful basics on the last day of paris' spring/summer 18 menswear shows

On the last day of spring/summer 18 men's shows designers got grounded as Lanvin embraced the chaos, Paul Smith and Alexander McQueen became one with nature, and Kenzo looked to its roots.
i-D Staff
6.26.17
Fashion

​i-D's alternative menswear awards!

You’ve seen the shows, read the coverage, and delivered your own hot takes on social media, but now it’s time to really get to grips with this season’s menswear shows through a series of highly covetable awards dished out arbitrarily to our favourite...
Felix Petty
6.26.17
Fashion

“does it already exist?”: lfwm day three round-up

From Martine Rose’s gorpcore to Kiko Kostadinov’s Lynch-infused twisted tailored uniforms, the third day of London Fashion Week Men’s elevated the everyday.
Steve Salter
6.12.17
Fashion

our fave autumn/winter 16 campaigns so far

From modern families at Versace to fashion anarchy at Moschino, here’s some of our favourite autumn/winter 16 campaigns so far.
i-D Staff
6.15.16
Paris

a new balenciaga

At Paris Fashion Week, Demna Gvasalia’s triumphant debut for Balenciaga thrilled a fashion industry eager for change, while Céline and Givenchy completed a Sunday of powerhouse action.
Anders Christian Madsen
3.7.16
Fashion

rebels with a cause

18th century punk, sexercise, and the mother of the Rhythm Nation. It was all in a day as Comme des Garçons, Haider Ackermann and Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood got rebellious at Paris Fashion Week.
Anders Christian Madsen
3.6.16
Reviews

the french revolution

Rick Owens and Vetement’s Demna Gvasalia may not be French, but on the third day of shows in Paris they embodied the once-rebellious spirit of their adopted homeland, tackling in very different ways a fashion system in revolution—and evolution.
Anders Christian Madsen
3.6.16
Fashion

state of the union

From Dior to Undercover, classic houses and independent designers illustrated the unpredictable state of the industry right now, as Friday’s shows marched on in Paris.
Anders Christian Madsen
3.6.16
Fashion

paris goes decadent

“It’s decadence as a lifestyle,” Dries Van Noten said on the second day of Paris Fashion Week, as Maison Margiela and Rochas joined him on a Wednesday of spectacular collections where opulence came with scratches in the surface.
Anders Christian Madsen
3.4.16
Fashion

clothes, consistency and constant change

As the curtain closes on the autumn/winter 16 shows in Milan, three very different designers – MSGM, Missoni and Marni – demonstrated that fashion’s ongoing industry changes are best balanced by consistency.
Anders Christian Madsen
2.29.16
Fashion

great expectations

At the height of London Fashion Week, the irreverent designers who made it great ten years ago proved their now so business-savvy bones are still a little bit twisted.
Anders Christian Madsen
2.23.16
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