A decade of i-D covers: Selena Gomez, 2013
In 2013, the Disney princess turned multi-platinum-selling singer and Spring Breakers actress revealed her teenage dreams.
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supriya lele talks to i-D ahead of her debut LFW show
The young designer's first collection celebrates the nostalgic juxtaposition that so many first and second gen British Asians know: ornate weddings in village halls, saris and trainers at the bus stop.
rihanna tells us how she's going to transform the fashion industry
“The most important message is that this a line designed by a woman for women. It’s for women to feel their sexiest, their boldest, their most feminine, their most masculine, their 'most', period.”
15 questions with fat white family
After the release of their third album, and ahead of their UK tour this autumn, your fave rock ‘n’ roll band answer some very important questions.
virgil abloh's fave japanese streetwear kid is all grown up
At just 16, Yoshi has released a debut album and bagged his first movie lead.
pedro almodóvar on the personal tragedies that inform his new film, 'pain and glory'
“I remember being on holiday in Ibiza, there were 20 of us staying in a villa and there were only two of us who weren’t on heroin.”
how seven brands joined hands and created blissful fashion week anarchy
Shauna and Misha of P.A.M. talk to i-D about NO SHOW OFFICIAL, their revolutionarily joyful approach to a fashion show.
jim jarmusch on his new climate crisis zombie film and why greta thunberg gives him hope
'The Dead Don’t Die' features Chloë Sevigny, Bill Murray, Selena Gomez, a sword wielding Tilda Swinton and an undead Iggy Pop.
tim walker captures charles jeffrey at a career turning point
When Charles Jeffrey presented his joyously self-referential autumn/winter 19 show back in January, it felt like the end of one thing and the start of another. Where the Scottish designer goes next will be an awfully big adventure.
meet rokh, the brand giving classic americana a horror-inspired twist
Rok Hwang went from studying at Central Saint Martins to working under Phoebe Philo at Céline to making beautiful, technical, chic clothes inspired by horror films and winning the LVMH Special Prize.
48 wild hours in ayia napa with martine rose
The designer took us to Cyprus to celebrate her latest Napapijri collaboration with a night of joyful UK garage.
octavian is the most original and exciting musician to emerge from london’s genre-defying rap scene
He went from living on the streets to conquering the charts, walking for Louis Vuitton and collaborating with Skepta.