harry carr's year in photos
Wales, Greece, Edie Campbell, Adrian Joffe. This is 12 months in the life of photographer Harry Carr.
be good, be kind, be 2018
To round out the year, we asked a handful of people we were inspired by in 2017 to give us their advice for a good, kind, happy, empowered, strong, loud, and proud 2018. Here’s what they each had to say.
cameron russell is sharing anonymous stories of models who have been sexually assaulted
If you think Hollywood is bad, just look at the fashion industry.
from queer culture to high fashion, the mullet is a protest against conventional beauty
The politics of the infamous “business in the front, party in the back” haircut.
edie campbell transforms into a punk princess for tim walker
“Everyone in London is so supportive of creativity and youth, and I think the lack of commercialism helps that. It’s not about making big money, it’s about making interesting things which are occasionally beautiful. I get hideously home sick whenever I...
get the first look at i-D's creativity issue!
We worked with photographer Tim Walker on a special issue celebrating the unrivaled creativity of London. Peek inside as we choose creativity over fear, self-expression over conformity, and freedom over corporate rules. Stay weird, stay different.
the power of a haircut
As Kristen Stewart's shaven head goes viral, we look back at the history of transformative cuts.
if you go down to the woods today: edie campbell hits the great outdoors
Lea Colombo shoots and Jacob K styles as Edie dons Christopher Kane's modern take on the bonnet and raincoat (and a hot water bottle for good measure). Staying dry and keeping warm never looked this good.
versace for president
On Friday evening in Milan, Donatella Versace dedicated her show to a new age of female empowerment, reminding us of the monumental decision America could be about to make.
Anders Christian Madsen
a smile and a wink gets you further than you think
Alasdair McLellan and Benjamin Bruno shoot Edie Campbell, Jean Campbell, Stella Tennant, and Tyler Litlejohns, in a celebration of fashion icons past and present for our 35th Birthday Issue.
j.w. anderson is the most exciting and challenging designer of his generation
By copy-and-pasting and manipulating the past, present and future, Jonathan Anderson’s designs, for both his eponymous line and Loewe, are familiar yet otherworldly.
edie campbell is not like other models
We talk social media, beauty and brains, with one of the cover stars of the 35th Birthday Issue.