know your fashion history
We step inside some of the most important archives to discover the pieces that changed and remade fashion.
Clementine de Pressigny
the first ten incendiary years of raf simons are chronicled in this new book
Two books, without a single word between them, combine to tell the story of how a quiet Belgian industrial design student changed everything about what men wear.
why are so many fashion designers referencing their own archives?
From Versace to Martine Rose to Prada, a number of key designers are recreating archival looks for a new generation of fashion fans.
westwood, mcqueen, margiela: iconic collections to inspire your winter
As the weather cools, we revisit the historic collections that changed the way we imagined winter dressing.
the ultimate i-D comme des garçons gallery
To mark "Art of the In-between", Rei Kawakubo's hugely anticipated Costume Institute exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, we look back at over 25 years of Comme in i-D.
watch every dries van noten fashion show since 1986
The beloved Belgian designer is celebrating his 100th fashion show by revisiting all 100 of his archival collections — and their equally iconic soundtracks.
the loving eye of photographer ed van der elsken
A recent exhibition in Amsterdam shows the brilliant vision of the street photographer who made his name with the book 'Love on the Left Bank.'
fka twigs has made her entire archive available online
Prepare to lose a lot of time to fkatwi.gs.
what three decades of i-D covers can teach you about love
Over the past 36 years we've had a lot of couples on the cover, and picked a thing or two up along the way.
remembering prada confidante manuela pavesi
With the news that Manuela Pavesi passed away on Friday, we honor her legacy by revisiting the iconic photographer, stylist, and Prada collaborator's best moments in i-D. Pavesi worked with the likes of Helmut Newton, Irving Penn and Guy Bourdin...
back to the future with lacoste’s felipe oliveira baptista
Delving deep into Lacoste’s archives, Creative Director Felipe Oliveira Baptista repurposes the original tennis trainer for the streets of today. Once at home on the feet of champions, the new LS.12 manages to remain loyal to the 1987 classic yet looks...