i-D Magazine, Spring 2023 – Kaia Gerber
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Over 40 years, i-D has carved its position as the premier source for fashion inspiration, and in 2012, joined the VICE Media family to expand VICE’s reach into digital fashion content. i-D has come a long way since its beginnings as a hand-stapled magazine and has developed into a leading video-driven platform, documenting fashion, music and contemporary culture from around the globe. i-D reaches an ambitious and creative audience, offering access to the most inspiring names in fashion and exploring everything from high-end couture to underground style scenes.
In the “Timeless” issue:
The new issue of I-D is led by a Raf Simons special, as he announces the closure of his namesake label after twenty seven years. Shot partly backstage at his final show in London in October by Nick Waplington, and also by Mario Sorrenti in New York, featuring a range of industry legends and new faces, and the boundary-breaking designer in conversation with Alaia’s Pieter Muller and Bottega Veneta’s Matthieu Blazy, two designers who he has nurtured throughout their careers.
Elsewhere there’ a focus on the UK’s new rap icon Headie One, shot by Bolade Banjo, on location in Bond Street and Broadwater Farm, in conversation with Skepta, fellow Tottenham-born star, on the changing world of rap music in the UK.
There’s also a look to those who will be defining the future, with Lily Rose Depp shot by Karim Sadli, ahead of her leading role in The Idol, and to the fashion brand’s building communities around their creativity, whether that’s the queer minimalism of A–Company or the riotous London spirit of Chopova Lowena.
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