Malcolm McLaren

Culture

jordan is the original queen of punk

A new autobiography tells the fabulous story of Jordan, the one-named wonder woman who personified London’s punk scene in the 70s.
James Anderson
4.16.19
Music

​british library delve into incredible punk archive in new free exhibition

From John Peel’s personal copy of Teenage Kicks to Westwood’s original tits T-shirt, and Sniffin’ Glue fanzines, the Library has a more exciting collection than you might think.
Charlotte Gush
5.12.16
Music

#TBT: it's 1986 and ex-sex pistol john lydon aka johnny rotten stars in i-D's the madness issue

As Punk.London, a year-long celebration of 40 years of punk influence launches across the city, we throw back to an iconic interview with original punk Johnny Rotten. Having just celebrated his 60th birthday and about to release his rather eventful...
i-D Staff
2.4.16
Fashion

​10 fantastic men from 10 years of fantastic man

Celebrate the magazine's 10th anniversary with these men of great style and substance.
James Anderson
10.21.15
Fashion

virgil abloh on fashioning the future for the post-internet generation

Meandering out of a maze of trade show exhibitors and the fanfare of Copenhagen fashion fair, a quiet enclave of CIFF's Crystal Hall has been transformed to celebrate two fashion creators and movement shapers. Two exhibitions, side by side, offer the...
Steve Salter
8.5.14
Fashion

all hail the one, the only Dame Vivienne Westwood.

Vivienne Westwood's autumn/winter 14 collection was inspired by the Father of Haute Couture, Charles Frederick Worth, but as always with her own Queen Viv twist.
Terry Jones
3.3.14