have reports of vetements’ death been greatly exaggerated?
Death, fake news and definitions of cool. In this week’s episode of i-D’s fashion podcast, Fash-ON Fash-OFF, we’ll be discussing the Highsnobiety article that made Vetements bluer than Walmart Yodel Boy.
i-Cons: jeremy scott
At a time when the crossover between fashion and celebrity is ever more apparent, one name has emerged to become popular culture’s go-to designer. With the industry undergoing its biggest shake-up in decades, we have exclusive access to Moschino’s...
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 1970s London where she opened the Kings Road boutique...
dissecting the backlash against the skhothane
South Africa’s Skhothane are obsessed with consumption and designer goods. How is this different from every other subculture?
the records that changed la roux’s life
Before heading to Glastonbury, we caught up with La Roux to unearth her musical biography.
will a 20p rise in the minimum wage make any difference?
With low pay, cuts to welfare benefits and a rising cost of living pushing more and more people into poverty, we think it’s time for a rethink.
is the music industry becoming a hobby for the upper classes?
After the argument between shadow culture secretary Chris Bryant, and privately educated singer James Blunt, i-D investigates the decline in working class musicians.