Helmut Lang have appointed a new ‘editor in residence’ who has brought in the Hood by Air designer for the first in a series of capsule collaborations.
As the dust settles on the autumn/winter 17 season, we look into the season’s political sloganeering, its fascination with flatness, and material mechanisations.
Winnie Harlow, Vince Staples, Years and Years’ Olly Alexander, Millie Bobby Brown, Yara Shahidi, Rejjie Snow and loads more capture the enduring style of Chuck Taylors in the new campaign.
In honour of IWD we spoke to some of London’s students about their experiences of feminism in 2017.
We meet the brains behind it all.
We’ve divided the season up into our very own, highly original categories and dished out the gongs for our fave fashion fings of autumn/winter 17.
Following Oulaya Amamra's fierce breakout performance in Divines, Corentin Fila and Kacey Mottet Klein capturing coming-of-age in Being 17 and Niels Schneider's career stretching turn in Dark Inclusion, it's time to celebrate the next generation of talent
And Zayn reveals when his Versus collaboration will drop.
Fresh out of Fenty University.
The Somali-American teenager talks to i-D about being a role model for other Muslim girls and why choosing a hijab is no different to choosing shoes.
On the last day of shows in Paris, Karl Lagerfeld launched a Chanel spaceship while Nicolas Ghesquière broke down borders at Louis Vuitton, and Miuccia Prada fought for a glamorous world at Miu Miu. Welcome to autumn/winter 17.
Rei Kawakubo was present and silent at the press conference for Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between.
Before International Women’s Day tomorrow, fashion’s united front marched on at Monday’s shows in Paris where Hermès, Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton carried on the season’s spirit of optimism and feminism.