The Timeless Issue
How Amanda Harlech became an icon of British fashion
Having been a creative consultant to John Galliano, Kim Jones and Karl Lagerfeld, she remains one of the industry's most important voices.
The late Kansai Yamamoto: “The world needs that sort of ‘power’ only I possess”
With the sad news of his passing, we look back to our interview in 2017 with the Japanese designer, in which he discussed his designs for David Bowie, Louis Vuitton and his message for a new generation.
Kazumi Asamura Hayashi
10 ways terry jones shaped, changed, and reinvented the fashion industry
As our very own Terry Jones picks up a much deserved MBE today, we salute the ways i-D’s founder has changed fashion.
An interview with the late legendary composer Ryuichi Sakamoto
In the wake of his death, we're republishing a conversation with him from an early issue of i-D Japan.
i-Cons: tim walker
In the latest issue of i-D, we take the rare opportunity to sit down with elusive fashion icon Tim Walker. Since 1995, Tim's photography has helped to shape and re-imagine culture while taking fashion to its most fantastical extreme. His work...
i-Con: wolfgang tillmans
To celebrate his second Tate retrospective, we asked Wolfgang Tillmans's friends and collaborators – from Alex and Lutz to Frank Ocean – to ask him one question about his life and career.
i-Cons: vivienne westwood
Over the course five decades, the girl born Vivienne Isabel Swire has gone from punk-provocateur to Britain's best loved fashion designer. Raised in the D.I.Y. climate of post-war Derbyshire, it was in 1970s London that she opened the Kings Road...
i-Con: diane von furstenberg
Diane von Furstenberg shot to fame as a fashion designer in the 70s. Now Chairman of the CFDA, she’s leading the charge in fixing what she sees as a “broken” industry, by tailoring it towards the consumer. She’s a woman who does it all and is an i-Con...
tavi gevinson is the icon for an activist generation
She started her blog Style Rookie when she was 11, sat front row at Dior at the age of 12, and ditched fashion for feminism at 14, but Tavi Gevinson is still figuring things out — and that’s ok.
legendary catwalk photographer chris moore wins the special recognition award at this year's British Fashion Awards
As the British Fashion Council announces that Chris Moore will be honoured with the Special Recognition Award at this year's BFAs for a career that's spanned six decades, we throwback to his i-Con interview from The Creative Issue, i-D No. 330, Spring...
Anders Christian Madsen