The young designers shaping the future of Korean fashion
Meet a new, fearless generation of creatives behind the brands UPNOON, CARNET ARCHIVE, ANCHOVI, GOOMHEO and SUNG JU.
Screwing with silhouettes: designers changing the literal shape of fashion
Jisoo Baik, Myung Cha, Shirley Tang and Chelsea Kaya create sculptural garments that protect and bring comfort.
12 designers to watch at New York Fashion Week
Finally, fashion week is back! From Colin Locascio to Theophilio, here's your beyond-the-big-names guide to this season's most exciting shows.
Screwing with jewelry: the designers making playful pendants for summer
Brooke Callahan, Emma Pryde, Janky Jewels and MGN by Megan draw on childhood crafts and mall-era talismans to create whimsical jewels that spark joy.
4 emerging fashion designers putting Montreal on the map
Ben Lafaille, Çanta, Ella Simone and Lolo Crochète on what makes the French-Canadian city an incubator for fashion innovators.
How crochet became summer 2021's sexiest trend
Young designers Crandall Duffy, Gui Rosa, ISA BOULDER, Natalia Fedner and Sydney Pimbley are taking crochet from lockdown hobby to club essential.
Here's everything we loved at Taiwan Fashion Week
Incorporating recycled tires and upcycled fish scales, the sustainability-themed festival gave a glimpse into the revolution revamping the local fashion scene.
Vejas is creating Alien and Gattaca-inspired clothes of the future
The young designer talks SS21, sci-fi, Madame Grès and launching his label at only 18 years old.
Peter Do is championing a new kind of fashion culture
The LVMH Prize-winning and CFDA Award-nominated New York brand is placing team spirit, respect and kindness at its heart.
this is how cape town does streetwear
"We were forced to create our own things or put our own spin on things that we loved from subcultures that we really resonated with."
what does it mean to be a designer in 2019?
As the fashion industry modernises, the once Svengali-like figure of the fashion designer is more fluid and fragmented than ever.
the designers behind yanyan want you to dress like their grandmas
i-D talks to Phyllis Chan and Suzzie Chung about their new knitwear line inspired by the bold old women and colorful architecture of Hong Kong.