Armed with a Polaroid camera, the LVMH prize nominee gives us a candid look into the coveted competition in Paris and opens up about his recent experiences in menswear.
There's a new man about town brightening the night in the City of Light.
As the fall/winter 17 menswear shows came to an end on Sunday in Paris, Paul Smith, Lanvin, and Kenzo reflected the transformations fashion week has experienced this season, from co-ed shows to major collaborations.
After a heavy fall/winter 17 menswear season of politics, on Saturday in Paris designers offered a much-needed break from bleakness.
The elusive designer and French curator will bring a Margiela retrospective to Paris in 2018.
Invited to Paris by Chanel for the house's Métiers d'Art show, the outspoken Disney star met us to discuss how her generation is finding its voice.
The French-Moroccan director’s vision of Parisian estates explores gender, identity, and meaning in life below the poverty line.
On the anniversary of the November 13 attacks in Paris, i-D meets a generation in revolt.
The New Yorker behind cult brand Slow and Steady Wins the Race discusses her new production-as-performance project, now on show in a converted Paris metalworks factory.
On the last day of the spring/summer 17 shows, Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu put the season in review.
On Monday in Paris, houses from Hermès to Alexander McQueen brought the spring/summer 17 collections one step closer to defining that elusive idea of season trends.
Demna Gvasalia flexed his fetish muscle in a glamorous Balenciaga collection on Sunday in Paris, where Céline and Valentino – now under the solo direction of Pierpaolo Piccioli – gave it up for the glamour girls, too.
The Florida-born photographer launches a new show and book that may make you look at Earthlings differently.
On Wednesday in Paris, Maison Margiela and Dries Van Noten traveled through time, while Bouchra Jarrar made her arrival at Lanvin.
An expansive group exhibition showcases the magic of forgotten towns through the eyes of artists who set up their studios in them.