from perth to paris, GARBAGEtv are doing us proud
With spring/summer 18, Australia's most promising streetwear label hones its voice.
talking trash with diy label garbagetv
i-D meets the promising new voice in Australian fashion and learns how a wrecked Parisian AirBnB landed the label in VFiles' showroom.
new gender neutral label gaijin is inspired by loneliness
Perth born designer Sean McKenna on fighting isolation through design.
class of 2017 — perth student style, straight up
In Australia’s most isolated city, fashion kids don’t let distance get them down. Rather, isolation breeds individuality. With less temptation to lift trends from neighbouring cities individuals turn to friends and their surroundings to decide what’s...
i-D's guide to australia's fashion kids: city by city
Style starter packs: do you line up with your city's fashion profile?
a state-by-state guide to partying around australia
You can tell a lot about a place by how people party.
after clocking music and art, ta-ku is turning his attention to fashion
Australia’s most multi-skilled beatmaker has teamed up with G-Star to merge art, fashion and music in their new exhibition.
straight up friends of perth
We've shot Straight Ups of friends, partners, couples and duos around the country as an ode to modern connections between two people and to celebrate the launch of ck2, the new gender-free fragrance and follow up to the iconic ck one. #the2ofus
tertiary chic: australian university trends explained
Melbourne loves normcore, Sydney is into DIY-Vetements, Tassie just wants to keep warm and Canberra students are business casual.
catlips: music to…swim at night to
The DJ brings her trademark cool-chiller-weirdo take on house music to this wavy mix.
my crew: felicity downie’s friends are deep, meaningful, dancing dreamers
Meet photographer Felicity Downie’s favourite people in this series which sees photographers shoot their muses and mates.
grrl pal's perfect guide to perth
The joyful musical duo from the West Coast discuss coming second to Kanye while showing us around their home town.