Ami by Jean-Paul Goude: the new campaign that reminds us why we love Paris
Alexandre Mattiussi gave carte blanche to the famed photographer to imagine his bi-annual Ami de Coeur capsule, available from May 1st.
Vaillant Studio is making sexy, ballet-inspired womenswear
French designer Alice Vaillant on Paris nightlife in the 60s, upcycling vintage lingerie and how to approach sustainability as a young label.
Atlein is the French womenswear label inspired by surfing
Designer Antonin Tron is making eco-conscious luxury womenswear from upcycled marine waste.
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Introducing Daquisiline Gomis, rising star of the Parisian creative scene
The designer tells i-D about joining Converse’s new All Stars Program, which supports the creative community, and his new Beni Originals collection.
Julie Le Minor
Why photographing the police is an essential right
A new law in France could restrict sharing images of police. Here, photographer Alan Lodge reflects on the importance of documenting law enforcement.
Intimate portraits of the trans and non-binary community in Paris
Photographer Vincent Ferrané captures the ritual of getting ready to go out in his new book, ‘Every-day’.
How Arthur Kar turned sourcing rare cars into a fashion brand
Having just designed a T-shirt for i-D's DSM collection, the Paris-based founder of L'art de L'automobile discusses the evolution of his vision.
Meet the new Artistic Director of The Kooples
Tom Van Dorpe has been appointed to give things a shake up with his inclusive and global vision.
See Isabel Marant's SS21 dance extravaganza
Dance collective (LA) HORDE made Paris vibrate, and gave us hope for the parties of the future.
Julie Le Minor
A photo story about love and friendship in Paris
Amidst an unusual summer, Pablo Di Prima was inspired to shoot his friends new and old in more intimate and spontaneous ways.
These photographs capture a little slice of Paris in Chinese surburbia
A new district in Tianducheng has been built to resemble the streets of Paris -- Eiffel Tower and all. Photographer François Prost explores the two city’s similarities.
25 years on, La Haine is more relevant than ever
As a portrait of disenfranchised young people living in deprived communities and dealing with racism and police brutality, the themes of Mathieu Kassovitz' cult breakthrough still resonate.