i-D – Issue 358 - Print Matters!
i-D – Issue 358 - Print Matters!
i-D – Issue 358 - Print Matters!
i-D – Issue 358 - Print Matters!
i-D – Issue 358 - Print Matters!
i-D – Issue 358 - Print Matters!

i-D – Issue 358

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Winter 2019


  • MEGAN THEE STALLION in conversation with playwright JEREMY O. HARRIS on switching up the hip hop narrative to one of positivity and inclusivity

  • Superstar NAOMI CAMPBELL speaks on the future of African creativity and looks back over her trailblazing career in fashion, shot by iconic photographer PAOLO ROVERSI

  • 19 year old Jamaican musician KOFFEE is photographed by MARIO SORRENTI, and touches on her dramatic rise during 2019 in an interview with i-D Contributing Editor HAZEL ONG

  • TYLER MITCHELL and i-D’s Fashion Director CARLOS NAZARIO capture Nigerian skate collective MOTHERLAN in Lagos

  • HIROSHI TABATA documents the international social movement EXTINCTION REBELLION in a photo essay

  • Artist MARK LECKEY in conversation with author NATHALIE OLAH about his new retrospective at the Tate Britain

  • The SORRENTI family — Mario, Francesca, Gray and Vanina — speak to i-D about the legacy of fashion photographer DAVIDE SORRENTI

  • SAM ROCK and i-D’s Fashion Editor MAX CLARK create a timely photo story on Ireland in the shadow of Brexit, travelling from Dublin to Belfast to document the country’s youth

Over 37 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.

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