As his unsettling, upholstered designs are captured by Tim Walker, Central Saint Martins' graduate Richard Quinn discusses the importance of creativity.
As the winds of change rage in the West, Pierpaolo Piccioli travelled east, to Russia, to spread his Valentino message of authenticity, individuality and diversity.
Inspired by backstage photography, Carolyn Murphy, Guinevere Van Seenus and Malgosia Bela all get in front of Cass Bird's lens, to remind us that, while you don't have to take your clothes off to have a good time, sometimes it helps.
As he's shot by Tim Walker in an elaborate headpiece of his own creation, get to know Björk's co-creative director and friend James Merry.
As Harley Weir shoots and Julia Sarr-Jamois styles Adut Akech and Nyaueth Riam, celebrate originality and step inside i-D's Creativity Issue.
The son of the iconic musical pair may have big shoes to fill, but CJ Wallace is walking his own path with a star-making turn in new film Kicks.
Forward-thinking, introspective, modern; south east London's Jesse James Solomon and Dublin's Rejjie Snow make music for a generation who find inspiration in apathy and ennui.
Think of PDA as a pilgrimage to let loose and that’s exactly why its faithful disciples love it so much.
Eden Loweth and Tom Barratt discuss how the evolving nature of the trans body influences their designs.
Just one look at Jess and Reba Maybury’s ethereal faces is proof enough that there is a higher power. But not only a pair of pretty faces, the talented duo are creative polymaths and new subversive icons.
Inspired by the glamour of 70s New York, Michael Halpern is creating a glitter moment in London to rival Studio 54.
If you’re not in the issue, you’re not coming in.
As the beloved husband and wife design-duo are shot by Tim Walker for i-D's Creativity Issue, we discuss fashion, activism, and changing the world.
The York-born, London-based Skeltons are brothers in arms, carefully-crafting their own way in the fashion industry.
Ahead of their biggest ever headline show at London's Scala tonight, meet the six-piece breathing new life into the capital's music scene.