Sabato De Sarno’s first Gucci campaign: What’s in fashion?
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by Mahoro Seward, Joe Bobowicz, Tom George
1M ago
The sartorial world never stops spinning and 12 days into 2024 and our inbox has become jam packed with new chic collections, campaigns, capsules, collabs and culture from the fashion sphere. Of course, there’s the much-anticipated first campaign from Sabato De Sarno at Gucci, made with i-D’s editor in chief no less. Along with it they also drop a new anthem for the sad girls, gays and theys. Speaking of music, Nicolas brings his lifetime of raving to a curation at a Parisian record store, while motown and disco diva Diana Ross graces the latest Saint Laurent campaign with her elegance. There ..read more
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The 'Depop Tax' & a new Dior doc: What’s in fashion?
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by Tom George, Joe Bobowicz, Osman Ahmed
2M ago
Welcome to 2024, dear fashionistas. We hope you’re feeling rested and ready for another hurtling trip around the sun because – as any veteran of the chiffon trenches will tell you – fashion waits for no one. Still sluggish from our biblical consumption of Saint Laurent panettones and lightheaded with Le Labo Santal 13, we’re picking up where we left off: scouring Planet Mode for only the finest tidbits and scoops you need to know week by week. Dame Viv’s favourite diva shot by Juergen Teller? Yes, please. More leather-look jeans in Bottega Veneta’s Lunar New Year campaign? Absolutely. Plus, we ..read more
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The biggest fashion moments coming in 2024
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by Joe Bobowicz, Mahoro Seward
2M ago
Buckle up, girlies. With another year comes another breathlessly packed schedule of fashion weeks, exhibitions, creative director debuts and unexpected crossovers from tennis to interior design and beyond. Granted, 2023 was a lot, serving up fashtainment aplenty care of Pharrell’s catwalk-cum-stadium-tours, rapper takeovers and the rise (and rise) of quiet luxury. But 2024 shows no sign of things slowing down. After all, this is a trillion-dollar industry built on the very concept of newness. Those CEOs are hungry for more It-bags – and so too are we! Luckily, we’re on hand for the next 365 da ..read more
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2023, the year of the campaign 'clout bomb'
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by Laura Pitcher, Nicole DeMarco
2M ago
In February, Heaven by Marc Jacobs released its spring campaign, a huge group shot that featured everyone from Marc Jacobs himself to White Lotus star Michael Imperioli. The brand had released similarly large group shots before (notably on a high school bleacher) but this one cut through the noise in a new way. It even garnered a nickname: the clout couch. Since then, campaigns across the fashion industry seem to have multiplied in size. Mowalola's Beats collab featured a Renaissance-style naked room of models (after she sent models down the runway dressed as conjoined twins), Versace gathered ..read more
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The 7 most iconic looks of 2023
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by Mahoro Seward, Roisin Lanigan
2M ago
As much as this year has been, well, a lot, it’s also brought us a lot of things in abundance… and by things, we mean looks! While it may have been one of the most stressful years on record, pressure seems to have created some veritable diamonds when it comes to style. Picking out seven of this year’s top fashion moments was no mean feat – and the deliberation process in our office has led to bust-ups that’ll make your annual festive family Monopoly meltdown look like a playground tiff – but such is our duty! Below, you’ll find our definitive list of the seven chicest, distinguished, most icon ..read more
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I-D's casting director's 10 favourite covers
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by Joe Bobowicz, Mahoro Seward
2M ago
Casting directors have a big responsibility. Not only do they define the literal face of fashion’s zeitgeist, but they’re also integral to the mission of telling a story with just a 10 minute show or, trickier still, a 230 x 300mm cover page. i-D’s very own casting director, Samuel Ellis Scheinman, knows this well, having worked on myriad issues, as well as era-defining collections, such as the late Virgil Abloh’s Louis Vuitton debut. Indeed, Samuel is the man with the Midas touch, responsible for igniting the career of South Sudanese-Australian model Adut Akech and that viral Paloma Elsesser ..read more
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2023’s best fashion moments according to the i-D team
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by i-D Staff, Joe Bobowicz
2M ago
And just like that, another year on Planet Mode flies by, leaving us a little frazzled from the frenzy but still hungry for more. Of course, while we enjoy a brief moment of reprieve before the onslaught of drama, glamour and insatiably chic leather goods resumes, we’re taking a not-so-distant trip down memory lane with a little help from those that lived it. Yes, the very team that bought you hot-shit coverage of every rapper-splashed runway, micro-micro trend and fashion-adjacent crossover have taken some time out of their breathless schedules to indulge you in some first-hand favourites. Fr ..read more
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Fashion in 2023, wrapped
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by Joe Bobowicz, Mahoro Seward
2M ago
As another year in the chiffon trenches draws to a close, you’re probably feeling a little worse for wear. After all, it was quite the 365-day whirlwind. Aside from the relentless game of creative director musical chairs and the growing hip-hop-ification of fashion, Planet Mode has been pedal to the metal with art-world crossovers and blockbuster exhibitions, not to mention a breathless onslaught of micro-trends. From Gucci’s dizzying retrospective and Pharrell’s Louis Vuitton ‘damouflage’ to the rise of Kendall Roy’s bore-core, 2023 tapped into almost every avenue of popular and high culture ..read more
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How feminist fashion evolved in 2023
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by Sophie Wilson, Mahoro Seward
2M ago
When Dior debuted their ‘We should all be feminists’ t-shirt on the SS17 runway, fashion reached peak feminism. Women in Washington were wearing pink pussy hats and female designers were routinely asked to detail the feminist messages in their work. Feminism had become a trend, listed alongside statement earrings and florals for spring. It might have been groundbreaking at first, but by the time it reached its peak, feminist fashion design had been diluted for the mainstream. The result was a watered-down idea of feminist politics in fashion made largely for and by white middle-class women. Th ..read more
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Saint Laurent’s new Paris flagship & Soldier x Awake NY: What’s in fashion?
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by Tom George, Joe Bobowicz, Mahoro Seward
2M ago
Happy holidays our festive fashionistas! This will be our final broadcast on all the fashion news to know for 2023 before we’re back with some new campaigns, collabs, collections and culture in the new year. So what’s Santa put under the sartorial christmas tree for us nice girlies? We have beloved Motherlan designer Soldier’s link up with Awake NY, some sustainably wrapped Haeckels goodies, a Swarovski-studded, Bimba Y Lola-clad Caroline Polachek, a new Saint Laurent store, a MadeMe x Alpha Industries bomber jacket, a Dr. Barbra Sturm space to pause in London, and Lacoste knits for some cosy ..read more
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