this artist makes color-drenched sculptures of your favorite designer shoes
Didi Rojas celebrates the beauty of footwear with her first solo exhibition 'You’re Doing Amazing Sweetie.'
a short novel on men's fashion: celebrating 30 years of menswear
With a new exhibition opening in Florence, fashion historian and curator Olivier Saillard traces the past, present and future of men’s fashion.
this exhibit celebrates rudi gernreich's 'fearless fashion'
i-D talks to the exhibit's creative adviser, Humberto Leon of Opening Ceremony, about how the groundbreaking designer inspired him.
'gender bending fashion' celebrates designers who challenge the binary
See looks from the new exhibit in Boston, which features designs by trailblazers like Rick Owens, Rei Kawakubo, and Yves Saint-Laurent.
cali thornhill dewitt confronts the destruction of earth in new exhibition
We talk to the artist about 'War Song,' open this month at the V1 Gallery in Copenhagen.
maria grazia chiuri discusses dior at the v&a
The house’s first female creative director reflects on the power and the glory of Dior.
richard malone needs you to help him revolutionize fashion
As his debut exhibition opens to the public, the Wexford-born, London based designer tells us how he wants to democratize the industry and why he wants everyone to try on his clothes.
the journey of jamie hawkesworth
From shooting in Preston Bus Station to exhibiting in a 17th Century Dutch residence, Jamie Hawkesworth’s photography has journeyed across the globe documenting the gentle grit and glamour of real life.
wes anderson curated an exhibition in Vienna, here are some photos
It's called 'The Spitzmaus Mummy in a Coffin and other Treasures'!
a guide to andy warhol's films, from personal shorts to political arthouse
We dig into Warhol's eccentric film oeuvre to celebrate his landmark retrospective at The Whitney.
parsons' new exhibition explores how fashion can be less racist
'Fashion and Race' celebrates POC creativity, not outrage.
the indigenous art collective digging up pittsburgh's problematic labor legacy
Postcommodity unearths the city's invisible narratives, creating the most important art work at this year's Carnegie International.