the gucci x elton john capsule is finally here
It’s launching at Dover Street Market with a special installation of Elton John’s actual clothes.
craig green’s new campaign is absolute fire
For spring/summer 18 the London menswear designer created clothes sculptures and then set them alight.
one last look at céline as we now know it
Before Hedi Slimane moves in to reimagine the house that Phoebe so chicly renovated, the Céline studio invite us in for the final time.
fumiko imano brings her twin selves to a baguette fight in the new loewe campaign
i-D exclusively premiere a film of the Japanese artist discussing the fantastically fun images she shot (and double-stars in, with Saskia de Brauw) for Jonathan Anderson’s spring/summer 18 Loewe campaign.
exclusive: tyrone lebon shoots proenza schouler spring/summer 18
Mariacarla Boscono stars in the first campaign since the brand relocated to Paris.
chanel, miu miu, louis vuitton: fashion's power players close spring/summer 18
As each house jostled for supremacy, Chanel, Miu Miu and Louis Vuitton brought fashion month to a grand close.
“lust, desire, sex and even sadness”: this is andreas for spring/summer 18
As Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood celebrated the man and his homeland, Junya Watanabe’s punk retreated to Mother Nature and Acne Studio took an acid trip to the thrift store..
comme does kawaii for spring/summer 18
Come into this Comme candy shop and stuff yourself silly with flowers, fruit and faces!
the sun, sea, and sex of jacquemus spring/summer 18
Rosy-cheeked models floated down the catwalk in a collection best described as the feeling "when you go out for a walk just after just making love."
“it’s about soul, sensitivity, humanity”: the maiers revive jil sander
As Luke and Lucie Maier breathed fresh life into Jil Sander, Angela Missoni celebrated 20 years at Missoni, Marni served a shake-up of the senses, and MSGM prescribed chromotherapy to weary showgoers.
“gianni, we love you”: versace spring/summer 18 celebrated its founder
As Donatella recreated the past to honour her brother, Roberto Cavalli entered its new dawn and Giorgio Armani came over all painterly on the third day of Milan Fashion Week.
prada and moschino fight for the female cause
“We have change the world. Especially for women, because there's so much against us, still.”