Industrie Darlings

June 2nd, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Power is the focus for the latest issue of Industrie Magazine. The bi-annual publication is dedicated to the hard working, creative and business veterans that run the fashion industry and gives a peek into their environments, whether they be conventional offices or atypical settings. For their eighth issue, cover star Edward Enninful poses along side friend and muse Naomi Campbell for photography duo Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and gives an exquisite retrospective on his 25-year long career of producing beautiful imagery for books like i-D Magazine, Vogue Italia, and W Magazine. The inside interview includes never-before-seen printed Polaroids from a time long before social media and quotes from colleagues and friends in the business.

Also inside the issue, top model favorite Anna Ewers is interviewed by her number one champion, Alexander Wang, where she talks about her burgeoning career and her first jobs as a teen studying abroad in Colombia. Shot by Erik Torstensson, the pouty, German beauty is visually stripped down for an introspective look at what makes her alluring to the masses. Take a look at our exclusive preview of the issue, available now on newsstands in the UK and June 29th in the US.

Photographers – Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott (Art Partner), Stylist – Jack Borkett, Grooming – Caroline Sims using Bobbi Brown.



Photographer – Erik Torstensson, Stylist – Stevie Dance (Home Agency), Hair – Jimmy Paul, Makeup – Frank B (Print & Contact), Nails – Elissa Ferri




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The Company You Keep

May 26th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

In celebration of i-D Magazine’s 35th birthday Alasdair McLellan (Art Partner) shoots a league of winking models, 18 to be exact, from the industry’s North Stars like Kate Moss, Malgosia BelaLara Stone and newly minted super Jourdan Dunn to a crop of next of kin muses like Anna Ewers, Natalie Westling and Grace Hartzel. The British photographer who is known for his pared down approach had his career launched by the iconic publication after his work caught the eye of stylist Simon Foxton. Since then he’s been part of the I-D family, so having him shoot the entire summer issue front to back seems a befitting concept. Surely fans of Alasdair McLellan’s work are already drooling.

Kate Moss, Fashion Director Alastair McKimm (Art + Commerce)

Edie Campbell, Styling Benjamin Bruno (Art + Commerce)

Daria Werbowy, Fashion Director Alastair McKimm (Art + Commerce)

Anna Ewers, Styling Francesca Burns

Freja Beha Erichsen, Fashion Director Alastair McKimm (Art + Commerce)

Jourdan Dunn, Styling Edward Enninful (Art + Commerce)

Stella Tennant, Styling Benjamin Bruno (Art + Commerce)

Grace Hartzel, Styling Olivier Rizzo

Natalie Westling, Styling Olivier Rizzo

Malgosia Bela, Styling Jane How (Art Partner)

Karly Loyce, Styling Marie Chaix (Art Partner)

Adrienne Jüliger, Styling Olivier Rizzo

Greta Varlese, Styling Olivier Rizzo

Tyler Littlejohns, Styling Benjamin Bruno (Art + Commerce)

Rianne van Rompaey, Styling Jane How (Art Partner)

Lara Stone, Styling Olivier Rizzo

Damaris Goddrie, Styling Marie Chaix (Art Partner)

Jean Campbell, Styling Benjamin Bruno (Art + Commerce)

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She Is Nilotic

April 2nd, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

i-D Magazine‘s Activists Issue features Gen Z-ers who are hard at work installing the cogs of social change. Included in that list is’s Humanitarian Model of the Year nominee Nykhor Paul. Leaving behind the civil turmoil of South Sudan and sadly, her family as well, she emigrated to the United States in 1998. By 2008 Nykhor was in New York City to pursue modeling. With her career budding into a full-fledged success she set up the foundation We Are Nilotic -meaning the people of the Nile- the purpose of which is to unify the 64 tribes of South Sudan. She’s also become the voice of the International Rescue Committee (alongside John Legend and Rashida Jones) to raise awareness to the plight of those displaced from their conflicted young country. Check out her inspirational interview along with many others, only in i-D’s Spring 2105 issue!

Photo Nick Dorey (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management), styling Jack Borkett, courtesy of i-D Magazine


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Disturbing the Peace

March 26th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Fear has no place in a revolution and the latest issue of i-D Magazine sheds a spotlight on the courageous “Generation Z” leaders of today. “The Activist Issue” focuses on the movement towards a better world and the feminist, punk rock girl group Pussy Riot tells their story and use of social media to spread their message. Three years after Nadya (Nadezhda Tolokonnikova) and Masha (Maria Alyokhina) were arrested for their punk prayer performance in a church, they are fighting against injustice in their motherland, Russia and beyond. Photographer Bruce Weber captures them beautifully exposed and revealing.

To see more, check it out on i-d’s site.





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Fashion Love Story

October 2nd, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Sasha Pivovarova.
Glen Luchford (Art Partner).
Alastair McKimm.
Nicolas Ghesquière.

Sasha in Louis Vuitton by Nicolas? Yes please! i-D Magazine offers up a gorgeous fall edition with the ‘What is Love’ Issue, filled with all the things we’ve come to expect from i-D – fashion, wit and an eye towards what’s next.

View the full story and more from the ‘What Is Love Issue on i-D-Vice




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August 20th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Who says beige has to be boring? Daniel Jackson and Alastair McKimm create a pair of compelling fashion stories filled with seasonal pieces in shades of taupe, cream and ecru for i-D Magazine. The minimal, understated fashions allow the cast to shine through and with a wealth of fresh faces there is plenty of beauty to take in. Gender boundaries fall by the wayside as boys and girls take on key looks from the womenswear collections. Each model shares a bit about themselves via mini interviews and the surprising tidbits are sure to bring a smile to your face.


Franziska Frank


Alena Blohm & Hana Jirickova


Lina Berg & Victoria Tuaz


Emma Stern Nielsen & Kate Grigorieva


Valerija Planidina & Sonya Gorelova


Kerri Lee Miller & Alexandra Elizabeth Ijadov


Marshall Brockley


Luca Schmitz & Reid Rohling


Ritchie Coterell & Jack De Normandie


Joel Meacock & Maxwell Schlesinger


Niclas Gillis & Joseph Mattone


Nicola Wincenc & Ander Johnson

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Binx Blooms

August 7th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

To say that Binx Walton is having a moment is something of an understatement. With her effervescent personality and unique look Binx has charmed the high fashion world and quickly become a favorite of powerful photographers and designers alike. Whether she’s recreating Kate Moss’ classic poses on the new cover of i-D Magazineposing in MBMJ masks alongside the lovely Natalie Westling on Dazed & Confused‘s standout cover shot, or flexing in workout gear in the Chanel ads Binx displays it-factor and an irrepressible joie de vivre. Take a look at what the lovely Miss Walton has been up to of late from covers to campaigns.


Ph. Daniel Jackson for i-D Magazine


Ph. Mario Sorrenti (Art Partner) for Balmain


Ph. Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel


Ph. Patrick Demarchelier for Love Magazine


Binx and Natalie Westling on the cover of Dazed & Confused by Roe Ethridge

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Painted Precision

June 3rd, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Makeup artist Isamaya Ffrench goes experimental in an edgy i-D Magazine story by Nick Dorey (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ). Most makeup stories keep things classic, but i-D isn’t the typical publication and the magazine’s commitment to full-force creativity is evident here. Juliana Schurig and Carla Ciffoni serve as the canvas for Ffrench’s abstract creations and both beauties gamely take on the extreme cosmetic creations, from a full face of silver that looks airbrushed on, to swirling stripes of black and orange. Jack Borkett adds in expert styling, working in looks from Topshop and Christopher Kane to add to the editorial’s cool factor.

See the full story on Nick





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