Rick Owens AW20 has the last word on dressing for the future
Models waded through fog in towering platforms as guests watched a showed that played with giant proportions.
Rick Owens goes rock star for AW20
Inspired by Iggy Pop, Ziggy Stardust and his own performative behaviour, the collection was all strong shoulders, snakeskin and... cashmere?
A brief history of fashion's Star Wars obsession
From Gucci’s Chewbacca-inspired slippers to Sith ensembles by Rick Owens, these are the forceful trends forged in a galaxy far, far away...
rick owens explores his mexican heritage
The collection was devoted to his mother, Connie.
this futuristic, genderless label is uniform for the nighttime
"Minimal, industrial, and funky…" Spencer Badu talks us through his Toronto-based brand and its techno-influenced new collection.
rick owens rebels against donald trump by celebrating his own mexican-american dream
“I’ve been motivated to explore my personal Mexicanness as a reaction to the US President’s fixation on a border wall.”
tommy cash's new collaboration with rick owens is as horrifying as it is fascinating
In his first foray into the art world, the 'post-Soviet rapper' exhibits, among other things, his own sperm as part of a show created in collaboration with the American designer.
rick owens invites instagram artist salvia to join his post-apocalyptic glam tribe
“It’s a grim, determined, clenched-teeth glamour. In my resistance, I’m going all-out glam.”
rick owens wants us all to cheer the fuck up
As his second collaboration with Birkenstock drops, the Prince of Darkness discusses why we all need to lighten up and how wellness, sex and glamour can help.
rick owens honours the glam-rock glory of lust and vice
Kiss, Grace Jones and a vegan sneaker too.
33 things you need to know about rick owens
From his fave food to his elaborate hair-care routine, i-D finds out more about our favourite 50-something designer/teen skate punk-lookalike.
open-hearted (and underwater) with michèle lamy
Artist, shaman, businesswoman: trying to define Michèle Lamy remains impossible, and perhaps it would not be fair or respectful to do so.
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