At Home With Abbey Lee – Part of its online relaunch, i-D magazine presents another installment of its weekly series “More Than A Model”. Model Abbey Lee Kershaw is featured in a video interview where she shows off her piano talent until Riley Keough (granddaughter of Elvis Presley) steals the spotlight. Directed by Graydon Shepperd, the film shows everything is not what it seems.
New i-D – British magazine i-D has launched a new website featuring a complete redesign featuring interviews, opinion pieces and personal columns. Part of its new online presence known as i-D.co; the site includes the exclusive premiere of rapper M.I.A.’s new video Y.A.L.A. (You Always Live Again). The video was made in collaboration with i-D as well as fashion brand Kenzo. This just adds to another fashion collaboration to the Sri Lankan musician’s portfolio such as the recent Versus Versace line.
“i-D.co marks an exciting new chapter in i-D’s history. The site is so much more than a magazine bought to life; it’s the go-to destination for a global community of fashion fans who heard it here first. Here’s to the next 30 years of innovation.” says Holly Shackleton, i-D Editor.
No Road is Long with Good Company – Sam Rollinson graces the pages of i-D Magazine’s fall issue in a seventies style spread photographed by Richard Bush of Trouble Management. Stylist Sarah Richardson selects retro yet always timeless designs from the likes of Margaret Howell, Salvatore Ferragamo and Marc by Marc Jacobs for Sam and Jacob Morton, who plays her beau in the shoot. Hair by Chi Wong and makeup by Kirstin Piggott complete the evocative snaps. / Manicure by Shreen Gayle
Street Tuff – After appearing in an ultra-glam, 70s inspired shoot, top model Catherine McNeil shows off her more casual side in the fall issue of i-D. The UK glossy had Collier Schorr snap Catherine in relaxed fall styles from the likes of Calvin Klein Collection, Christopher Kane and Marc Jacobs courtesy of Michelle Cameron. Hair stylist Holli Smith and makeup artist Lisa Houghton keep the Aussie’s beauty minimally understated for the shoot.
Crazy for Karlie – American beauty Karlie Kloss graces the pages of i-D Magazine’s spring issue in these dynamic studio images. Matt Jones photographs the model with styling by Sara Moonves featuring the work of Gareth Pugh, Vivienne Westwood, Alexander McQueen and Marc Jacobs amongst others. With minimal makeup and hair styling, Karlie shines in the standout spring pieces.
Neither Here nor Hair – The pre-spring issue of i-D Magazine features Kate Moss wearing hair styles fit for a hippie. Complete with flowers and wavy tresses courtesy of hair stylist Luigi Murenu (Streeters), Kate stuns in spring fashions photographed by Daniele & Iango. Stylist Charlotte Stockdale (CLMUS) selects eastern-inspired designs from labels such as Prada, Dior and Maison Martin Margiela for the supermodel to wear. / Makeup by Sandra Cooke
Generation Independent – Photographed for the pre-spring issue of i-D Magazine; models Cara Delevingne, Codie Young, Charlie Bredal, Louise Parker and Magda Laguinge pose for Richard Bush (Trouble Management) in a series of youthful images. Stylist Sarah Richardson selects easy silhouettes from the likes of Saint Laurent, Maison Martin Margiela, Valentino and Jil Sander. For beauty, hair stylist James Rowe and makeup artist Mathias van Hooff create the girls relaxed looks. Casting by Barbara Nicoli & Leila Ananna @ Trouble Management
A Fearless Warrior – Kendra Spears takes on medieval, warrior inspired looks for Greg Kadel’s latest work featured in the winter issue of i-D. Stylist Havana Laffitte selects a wardrobe of fierce headgear and modern silhouettes from the likes of Yves Saint Laurent, Rick Owens and Prada for the American beauty to wear in her outdoor adventure. / Hair by Ward Stegerhoek, Makeup by Alice Lane
Start Each Day Like it’s Your Birthday – Rising stars Kolfinna Kristófersdóttir, Kate King, Ophelie Rupp, Moa Aberg and Lena Hardt don shimmering makeup looks for the winter edition of i-D Magazine. Photographed by Richard Bush (Trouble Management) and styled by Veronique Didry, the beauties shine in studio portraits with hair and makeup courtesy of Raphael Salley and Mathias van Hooff. / Casting by Barbara Nicoli & Leila Ananna @ Trouble Management, Manicure by Charlene Coquard @ Artlist
Work hard and be nice to people – The winter issue of i-D Magazine taps Arizona Muse for one of its cover stories, photographed by Richard Bush (Trouble Management). The American beauty dons androgynous pieces featuring tailored outerwear and dapper suiting styled by Sarah Richardson. Taking to the outdoors, Arizona marvels in the designs of Celine, Marc Jacobs, Jean Paul Gaultier and Pringle of Scotland amongst others with hair and makeup by Keith Wainwright and Lloyd Simmonds. / Casting by Barbara Nicoli & Leila Ananna @ Trouble Management