christina kruse's latest exhibition is all about balance
i-D talks to the artist and model about her new collection of sculptures on display now at the Helwaser Gallery in New York City.
designer olivier theyskens on drama, reinvention, and finding beauty in terrible things
i-D talks to the gothic-inspired designer before the opening of his latest exhibition.
how stanley kubrick used fashion to build his movie worlds
He might be one of the world’s most celebrated filmmakers, but his understanding of fashion’s storytelling potential is only now being fully explored.
"we are breathing and eating our own plastic clothing" – phoebe english on fashion's ethics
Instead of a show, the south-east London designer paused the ever-accelerating product conveyor belt with a two-part exhibition.
changing how the body is photographed is fashion
Full of humor and free of past conventions of pose and sexualization, "Posturing: Photographing the Body in Fashion" celebrates a new generation of photographers changing the nature of the industry's imagery.
explore martin margiela’s time at the helm of hermès
Misunderstood at the time by press, Margiela’s work for Hermès is cast in a new light in a compact but insightful new exhibition at MoMu in Antwerp.
take a look inside the uk's first ever balenciaga exhibition
'Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion' opens in London in May. The exhibition showcases iconic work from the couturier's archive.
molly goddard on embroidery, giant hanging dresses, wrestlers, and world peace
Fresh from the opening of Molly Goddard’s debut exhibition 'What I Like,' we talk to the young London designer about, well, lots of things.