The 40th Anniversary Issue

Alasdair McLellan photographs rare vintage

Archive Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren are mixed with current pieces by stylist Max Pearmain.
i-D Staff
The 40th Anniversary Issue

Hanna Moon photographs extreme silhouettes on the streets of London

i-D's Fashion Editor Bojana Kozarevic styled five models in an array of outsize shapes.
i-D Staff
The 40th Anniversary Issue

Adut photographed in the latest fashion by Daniel Jackson

Julia Sarr-Jamois styles the model in fantastical tailoring and headgear.
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The hardback edition of i-D’s 40th anniversary issue launches today

The cover features Futura’s graffiti photographed by Martha Cooper.
Jack Sunnucks
The 40th Anniversary Issue

Fashion collaboration dreams are made of Supreme x Yohji Yamamoto

Both fuelled by a defiant punk mentality, the New York streetwear brand and Tokyo tailoring legend join forces to create a graphic new unisex capsule.
Mahoro Seward
The 40th Anniversary Issue

Sardinian youth in fantastical fashion by Giovanni Corabi

The photographer took a trip this summer with i-D's Fashion-Editor-at-Large Ib Kamara.
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The 40th Anniversary Issue

See inside Lola & Pani's new book of London portraits

The photography duo talk to i-D's Editor-in-Chief Alastair McKimm, co-curator of 'Studio Portraits 2015 - 2020'.
William Barnes
The 40th Anniversary Issue

Pieter Hugo photographs his two children in lockdown

For The 40th Anniversary Issue of i-D, acclaimed South African photographer Pieter Hugo is our Artist in Residence.
Ryan White
The 40th Anniversary Issue

Adwoa Aboah in conversation with Holly Shackleton

The activist and model speaks with i-D's former Editor-in-Chief about their collaboration for The Female Gaze Issue.
Holly Shackleton
The 40th Anniversary Issue

40 winks for Tricia Jones and Tony Elliott

Terry Jones looks back at four decades of iconic image making.
Terry Jones
The 40th Anniversary Issue

Key4Life is changing lives with equine therapy

The charity aims to help young men who are often seen as lost causes by getting them into work. And it all starts with horses.
Douglas Greenwood
The 40th Anniversary Issue

Kaia Gerber photographed by Mario Sorrenti

i-D Editor in Chief and Creative Director Alastair McKimm styles the model in the season's most dramatic monochromatic silhouettes.
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