meet christophe chemin, the creative powerhouse behind prada’s newest prints
We speak with the Berlin-based artist, director, and writer to learn more about how 16th-century tapestries and PlayStation games played a part in his commission for the Italian brand’s new collection.
car rims, irving penn, and make-up smears collide at area spring/summer 16
The design duo made their NYFW debut with an intimate presentation inspired by maquillage and Miami.
stand clear of the closing doors: inside vaquera’s subway fashion show
The emerging brand drew downtown it-kids and rush hour riders alike to its third presentation, staged at the Delancey Street F train station.
sarah sophie flicker wants to make activism cool again
The activist, performer, writer, and mother of three gives us her top tips for inspiring change.
how ryder ripps is #making the internet
The conceptual artist explains why his new installation is a physical model of the digital age.
we talk to wolfgang tillmans as he brings his book for architects to the met
The photographer’s installation is on view at the Metropolitan Museum for the first time since its debut at the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale.
the rise of the celebrity creative director
As more and more celebrities sign on to creative director positions at fashion brands, smartphone manufacturers, drink companies, and elsewhere, i-D asks whether these appointments are ways to inject brands with new creative energies and wider...
neneh cherry takes the big apple
Ahead of her first ever New York show i-D catches up with the icon to talk all things NYC.
kim ann foxman’s firehouse records is holding it down for new york
One of the most sought after DJs and vocalists in the house scene on starting her own record label and why NYC will always have shit goin’ on.
meet bushwick cyberpunx ONWE
Brooklyn-based post-punk trio ONWE aren’t afraid of using their music to challenge socio-economic inequality, gender roles, and the impacts of the Internet.
celebrating 10 years of band of outsiders with designer scott sternberg
i-D spoke to the designer on his brand’s 10 year anniversary about breaking into the industry, his favourite collaborations, and why he’s pretty chilled out about the future.
you can never be too old to be a model
In today’s world of fast food, fast fashion, and fast fixes for even the most minuscule sign of ageing, a model’s career lifespan is far shorter now than ever. But even given this over-flowing fountain of youth, there are scores of models aged 40 and...