The Out Of Body Issue
Supriya Lele SS22 shows the magic of Goa at midnight
Photographer Sohrab Hura captured the Indian-British designer's collection against the euphoric yet eerie night-time scenes of the state's wildlife
Supriya Lele SS21 finds freedom in restraint
The designer further honed her explorations of sexiness, her Indian heritage and 90s grunge.
What this year's LVMH Prize finalists tell us about Britain today
At a time when the country’s cultural future is particularly uncertain, Ahluwalia, Nicholas Daley, Chopova Lowena and Supriya Lele represent what Britain looks like at its best.
Here are the eight finalists for this year’s LVMH Prize
It’s a strong year for London talent, and one of the most nuanced years for the prize yet where diversity’s concerned.
Supriya Lele's designs speak their own hidden language
For the fourth cover of The Get Up Stand Up Issue, Supriya Lele offers us an exclusive look at her SS20 collection, worn by model of the moment Mona Tougaard.
how london’s young designers are weaponising womanhood
Charlotte Knowles, Supriya Lele, Nensi Dojaka and Sinéad O’Dwyer are redefining what feminine power dressing means today.
supriya lele talks to i-D ahead of her debut LFW show
The young designer's first collection celebrates the nostalgic juxtaposition that so many first and second gen British Asians know: ornate weddings in village halls, saris and trainers at the bus stop.
the british fashion council has announced the 2019 newgen recipients
From A-COLD-WALL* to Supriya Lele, catch up with this year’s designers to know.
the people shaping the fashion industry right now: part two
There’s a new generation of talent in town. Fearless creators crafting an exciting fashion future for us all.
supriya lele celebrates the NHS for autumn/winter 19
The designer's second solo presentation was a tribute to the people who keep us alive.
what happened at day four of london fashion week autumn/winter 19
In this episode of i-D podcast, Fash-On Fash-OFF, we discuss everything from Monday’s shows, paying particular attention to Christopher Kane, JW Anderson and Supriya Lele.
second generation designers are shaping the future of the british fashion industry
Fashion journalist Osman Ahmed celebrates a new generation of young designers from multi-cultural backgrounds who are redefining and reimagining what British fashion means today.