Recently there's been a return of 90s logomania in high fashion, from Kenzo's tiger to Christopher Kane's flower anatomy diagrams, so step through Moschino's golden arches and read our 20 easy ways to be a logomaniac...
Having consulted, in a strictly off-the-record capacity, with a selection of fashion designers, writers, editors, stylists and photographers, i-D offers 50 insights and tips to ensure fashion proposes an open road, rather than a cul-de-sac
With New York as their playground and the world as their stage Brian Donnelly, aka KAWS, and Supreme founder James Jebbia have gripped the attention of a new breed of collectors with everything from beer bottles to billboards, vinyl dolls to skate-decks.
Russell Brand is the cheeky, chummy political provocateur and pound-of-flesh activist who might just start a revolution. i-D's Cody Ross, a voice from across the pond, presents a free and fair view of Mr. Big Mouth's politics.
Westwood perfected punk, Marc Jacobs glamourised grunge, Calvin Klein made heroin chic, and Gaultier brought the club to the catwalk. We hit up i-D's designer friends and family to find out if the streets really still influence fashion, and if so how?
i-D’s Culture Editor, Princess Julia, grew up on London’s club scene in the early 80s and still enjoys what the big city has to offer today. Here she encourages us all to don our dancing shoes and hit the clubs!