have we gone too far to ever switch off?
Somerset House’s landmark new exhibition examines the real forces keeping us logged on.
how to make an independent magazine
In this week’s episode of i-D’s fashion podcast, Fash-ON Fash-OFF, we’re joined by Bertie Brandes of Mushpit and Sharan Dhaliwal of Burnt Roti, plus Somerset House’s Claire Catterall talks us through new exhibition, Print! Tearing It Up.
talking princess di, gigi, lady gaga and kate moss on a tour of hair by sam mcknight
Sam McKnight is unquestionably one of the industry’s most prolific hair stylist, so we jumped at the chance of a private tour of his exhibition Hair, spanning 40 years of his most iconic work.
björk collaborator james merry on virtual reality and princess mononoke’s rainforest
With the wonderful VR world of Björk: Digital opening at London’s Somerset House, we speak to her co-creative director, confidant and very cool pal James about the exhibition and beyond.
documenting the magic of mali's youth culture
Malick Sidibé's lens captured the vivacity and energy of a newly independent Mali in the 1960s; his black and white shots of the country's youth soaked in laughter and romance. As Somerset House prepares for the first major retrospective in the UK of...
revisiting the past and anticipating the future with matthew stone
As his new exhibition opens at Somerset House, we catch up with the artist to talk about his new paintings, old statements and cross-cultural operating.
imaging black masculinity ten years in the future
As he launches his new project 2026 at Somerset House today, Ibrahim Kamara writes an impassioned piece about the changing vision of black masculinity.
london fashion week is moving
The British Fashion Council have announced that the shows will be leaving Somerset House for a car park in Soho.
naomi campbell to launch london fashion week with show in aid of ebola
London Fashion Week will launch on 19th February with a Fashion For Relief show at Somerset House hosted by Naomi Campbell to help raise funds and awareness towards the fight against Ebola.
model and muse nicolle meyer shares her fond memories of fashion photographer guy bourdin
From 1977 to 1980 the pair were inseparable, and to this day, he holds a special place in her heart. As Somerset House opens its doors to Guy Bourdin: Image-maker, the largest exhibition of his work to date and which contains a room solely dedicated to...