Grace Wales Bonner
Wales Bonner's take on 70s London for AW20
Inspired by the city's dub reggae and lovers rock scenes.
what to look out for at london fashion week autumn/winter 19
Including i-D’s new and very exciting daily podcast.
grace wales bonner is bringing meditation and spirituality to the serpentine
As Grace Wales Bonner prepares to open ‘A Time for New Dreams’ at the Serpentine’s Sackler Gallery, i-D meets the award-winning British designer to learn about the creative vision behind the month-long exhibition.
the earthwise issue
this is the story of wales bonner womenswear
Grace Wales Bonner turned her sensual and beautiful designs towards womenswear rooted in the masculine proportions of silhouette.
menswear’s mindful turn
The overwhelming feeling at the menswear shows this season was of logging off, finding yourself and getting spiritual.
The Radical Issue
grace wales bonner and eric mack in conversation
Eric and Grace discuss the unique process of working together on her autumn/winter 18 show. Using their imagery, their friend the artist Paul Mpagi Sepuya reimagines their collaboration as part of his series of self-portrait mirror collages.
The Radical Issue
this is how you break the establishment
Here’s the first cover of The Radical Issue. Get ready to meet the visionaries changing culture from the inside out.
drop anchor as wales bonner explores race, culture and connections
The 2016 LVMH prize winner might just be the show of the season.
watch grace wales bonner and harley weir’s beautiful new film
Shot in South Africa, PRACTICE is scored by Dev Hynes and focuses on teenage ballet dancer Leroy Mokgatle.
wales bonner and casely-hayford included in fit museum black fashion designers exhibition
The Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC will present the work of 60 black designers, a film about diversity in fashion with André Leon Talley, and a section on the impact of black models.
10 things you should know about wilson oryema
Meet model-artist-humanitarian-blogger who might one day take over the world.
reclaiming the radical power of ornament in art and fashion
As artists and designers become more sensitive to matters of gender, race and cultural appropriation, i-D looks at the often undervalued radical power of decoration.
S Von Reynolds