Get to know the shaven-haired, gap-toothed i-D cover star.
With a combined following of over 6.5 million, the Insta-loved lend their url star power of today to Tommy Jeans’s 90s nostalgia.
Meet some of the women who are standing up for diversity and challenging the industry's perceptions of beauty.
The study explores the effects of US immigration policies on the fashion industry.
While Japan has produced some of fashion’s most breathtaking designers, recently, there have been few notable exports. To remedy this, a new school in Tokyo is tearing up the rulebook on traditional Japanese fashion education.
Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY, Halpern, Richard Malone, Wales Bonner, and Molly Goddard are among the 15 designers selected by the BFC to receive the NEWGEN support for the year ahead.
Lucie Meier is a high fashion alum with a envious CV, while husband Luke led streetwear giant Supreme for years.
Teamwork makes the dream work!
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.
As the renowned stylist is announced as the new Editor of British Vogue, we look back to The Upbeat Issue in 2006, when Terry Jones and a handful of fashion luminaries celebrated the genius of the then i-D Fashion Director.
Shoichi Aoki, the editor of the pioneering Japanese street style magazine, sounds off on the future of Tokyo style.
In the 80s, the British stylist became i-D's youngest ever Fashion Director at 19 years old. After working at W Magazine, as well as Italian and American Vogue, he'll soon replace Alexandra Shulman at the helm of British Vogue.
Ahead of the Comme des Garçons SHIRT x Supreme drop this week, Collier Schorr shoots Sean Pablo Murphy in the collection.
Premier Model Management founder Carole White gives us the scoop on how George Michael's iconic, supermodel-filled 'Freedom! '90' video came to life.
Personality, transparency, and connectivity have changed the way we see our generation of larger-than-life supermodels. Today, they’re empowered image-makers, democratic and relatable. But how inherently different are they to the faces they’ve followed?