this week in fashion
Tyrone Lebon strikes again and Raf makes a social commentary on a broken USA, all in this week in fashion.
proenza schouler's autumn/winter 16 campaign is a girls-only zone
Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez enlist some talented women to help them capture the spirit of the 60s and 70s.
proenza schouler's new film captures the nuanced beauty of female relationships
Harley Weir shoots mothers, daughters, sisters, friends, and lovers to celebrate the brand's pre-fall 16 offering.
proenza schouler autumn/winter 16
Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough christened the new Whitney building with a fittingly modern collection.
anthony turner: new york's most in demand hair stylist
Backstage at Proenza Schouler's landmark spring/summer 16 show, the fashion week favourite and i-D collaborator told us his secrets for giving good hair.
proenza schouler’s flamenco-inflected career-topping spring/summer 16 collection
The New York duo are all about “creating something beautiful, and then destroying it.”
10 things we learned at the proenza schouler talk
From Cobain couture to the possibility of Pro-men-za, here’s what we learned from the American design duo’s talk this week.
chloe sevigny, binx walton, and harley weir team up for proenza schouler’s latest fashion film
The trio of i-D faves bring spring/summer 15 to life in series of just-released trailers for Legs Are Not Doors.
how five genius men crashed new york fashion week
Although men will - finally - have their own New York fashion week this September, for the moment they still crash the womenswear shows. Here are five of the best moments.
proenza schouler gets abstract at the whitney for autumn/winter 15
Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez present a loose, experimental autumn collection within the Marcel Breuer curves of the Whitney Museum.
the five nyfw shows we’re most excited to see
As NYFW heats up, i-D’S New York team takes a closer look at the shows that will rock our worlds.
i-D’s excited about new york fashion week
Here the i-D team say what they’re hyped about for the shows ahead.
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