an interview with the late, great azzedine alaïa
Shortly before his death, we traveled to Azzedine Alaïa’s Paris studio for lunch to talk about the importance of home.
Kazumi Asamura Hayashi
photographing new zealand's biggest model in central park
Harman Grubiša, New Zealand's best-kept fashion secret, is about to go global.
an interview with the first woman to helm dior, maria grazia chiuri
In her first year as Creative Director of Dior, she has embraced the global feminist zeitgeist head on. But as we joined her on travels from Tokyo to Calabasas and back to Paris, a more personal motivation came to light.
Anders Christian Madsen
the legacy of stüssy
Take a trip though Stüssy’s unique cross-cultural past, present, and future as i-D Fashion Director Alastair McKimm and New York-based creative director Ryan Willms share an exclusive preview of "An IDEA book about T-Shirts by Stüssy."
rising stars: a throwback to when we shot a load of fashionistas in an elevator
Taken from i-D's Elevator Issue, naturally.
bibi blangsted wants to make you a perfect white shirt that lasts forever
A conversation on lasting values in an industry of speed and fading quality.
martine rose’s new zine is a love letter to pre-gentrified london
In collaboration with Machine-A and Ditto, the North London based designer presents a limited-edition zine that celebrates the places and faces that make her neigborhood so special.
get to know the new generation of calvin klein
Carrying on Calvin Klein's groundbreaking and provocative legacy, Raf Simons is updating the classic American brand for a new America. Paris Jackson is the young activist, actor, and 21st century American girl trusted with taking Raf's vision to the...
long live print: idea books's fastest selling ever independent magazine
After its debut issue sold out in record time, creative director Christopher Simmonds and superstar stylist Francesca Burns share an exclusive peek inside PRINT Issue Two.
what do britain's new immigration policies mean for fashion graduates?
A new film reveals the UK’s failure to retain young international fashion talent.
exclusive: kate moss introduces the stars of tomorrow
Fresh from the launch of the Kate Moss Agency’s shiny new website, we meet the kids in Kate Moss’s gang.
women's history museum is the strange, subversive design collective to know
The gender-fluid group's fourth collection revolved around the theme of the doll.