go big or go home: it’s time to embrace the wide pant
The skinny jean had finally been banished from the spring/summer 19 menswear shows.
rick owens wants us all to cheer the fuck up
As his second collaboration with Birkenstock drops, the Prince of Darkness discusses why we all need lighten up and how wellness, sex and glamour can help.
how onitsuka tiger is set to conquer the (sportswear) world
i-D and Italian designer Andrea Pompilio from Onitsuka Tiger discuss the global future of one of the oldest brands in Japanese sportswear.
meet the next generation in k-fashion
These eight designers are dressing the youth of Seoul and beyond.
the moscow designer making lace blouses for liberated men
'For me, the real man is a person with an absolute inner freedom, with open sexuality and non-stereotypical thinking," Russia's Nikita Kalmykov tells i-D of his young brand ODOR.
this dutch brand offers fashion as a form of therapy
At Paris Fashion Week, design duo Schueller de Waal ran a futuristic wellness center for exhausted fashion victims.
vìen brings 'buffalo gals' to milan
One of the city's most exciting young designers takes inspiration from the iconic 80s movement.
meet the choreographer behind dior's powerful dance show
A black cube, dancers, and tulle. Dior opened Paris Fashion Week with a rare show of intensity choreographed by Sharon Eyal.
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how cycling shorts became 2018’s most pervasive trend
Get on your bike! The spring/summer 19 catwalk is pedalling lycra-clad thighs.
a guide to all the references in riccardo tisci’s debut burberry collection
Punk, passports, and Peter Saville.
jeremy scott used his latest moschino show to push against the pace of fashion
It was a celebration of creativity in its purest form – the sketchbook and the work of the atelier.
prada celebrate the complexities of femininity
Miuccia proposed her most fractured collection in years as a reaction to today’s fractured socio-political times.