learning about body positive swimwear in jamaica
Prism swimwear takes us to the Caribbean island with i-D cover star Paloma Elsesser.
the instagram account sourcing the ugliest designs the internet has to offer
From hairy chested swimming costumes to sanitary towel shaped lilos, @uglydesign is the only account you need to follow
this young designer will make you rethink school uniforms
Next up in our series with 1 Granary, we meet CSM grad and L’Oréal Professionnel Award-winner Gabriele Skucas to talk turning schoolgirl secrets into a stunning collection.
back in the ussr: the energy and invention of russian film posters
Read an edited extract from "Film Posters of the Russian Avant-Garde." A brand new book that explores the stark, striking, and challenging film posters of a pre-Stalin Soviet Union.
the greatest graphic designs of all time
We’ve seen the Futura and it’s beautiful.
inside the new yves saint laurent museums in paris and marrakech
Ahead of the two openings this year, we caught up with Pierre Bergé and the architects responsible to talk about preserving the legacy of one of fashion’s greatest designers.
raf simons continues to reimagine calvin klein: next up, new logo
The monogram is no more.
meet the women printing 3-d jewelry for fka twigs and bernie sanders
Blending fantasy and hacking culture, hip-hop and history, Holy Faya is the union of two best friends and a myriad of global cultures. i-D talks magic and diversity with the women behind Brooklyn's most exciting jewelry brand.
the breakthroughs of 2016
2016 was tough. But as the late, great Leonard Cohen once sang, “There is a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in." As the new year approaches and we bid out with the old, here are some of our favorite breakthrough faces from the magazine...
virgil abloh's raw creative vision
We catch up with modern day renaissance man as he launches a new collection of furniture at Art Basel Miami Beach's design fair.
the future is now: meet the australian environmentalists fighting for the planet
With the election of Donald Trump last week, many young Australians are re-examining their own activism and asking how they can make a real difference. i-D spoke to some of the county’s most creative young environmentalists about how they’re fighting...
nafsika skourti makes politically charged clothing for the internet generation
Half Jordanian, half Greek, Skourti is fusing her heritage together in her third collection entitled 'Temporary Security.'