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7 of Kimora Lee Simmons' most iconic outfits
The model-turned-streetwear-mogul defined Y2K style, from Baby Phat to slinky red carpet dresses.
KidSuper’s Colm Dillane is Brooklyn’s most enigmatic streetwear designer
The young creative tells us about his first major collaboration with Puma and the importance of community.
David Aaron Brake
The punk art collective fusing political activism and streetwear in Russia
From strict drug laws to LGBTQ+ rights, Kultrab highlights the country's most pressing issues. Their latest project is a cyborg-inspired photo series, and a call to action on climate change.
Would you wear IKEA’s new streetwear collection?
Cop or drop?
The Faith in Chaos Issue
Inside Artifact New York, fashion's most exclusive designer archive
For our summer issue, i-D's Fashion Director Carlos Nazario photographed Christen Mooney in Artifact's rare Helmut Lang, Margiela and Raf Simons grails.
This is what Barbara Sánchez-Kane is doing during quarantine
The innovative designer tells i-D about making the 'Mexican uniform' camp, her art practice, anxiety and her alter ego SOLRAC.
This Pakistani label merges traditional craft with streetwear
From hoodies featuring Urdu to upcycled jackets, Rastah is a South Asian streetwear movement.
The minds behind Palace x Anarchic Adjustment in conversation
Palace’s graphic design head Fergus Purcell and Nick Phillip, the founder of the cult 90s streetwear brand, discuss their SS20 collaboration and Anarchic Adjustment’s lasting impact on streetwear today.
How Palace united skate and rave culture
From acid house graphics to grime-inspired jackets, the cult streetwear brand pays authentic homage to the music scenes that inspired it.
Palace’s latest collab is with cult Japanese denim overlords, Evisu
Ahh, finally some nice, good news.
Flee Chain is the hot new brand from Rejjie Snow
The Dublin rapper talks to us about his latest creative project: a Japanese and geriatric-inspired clothing collection knitted by his mum.
Could Tupac’s hologram be the new face of Supreme?
Yes, you read that right.