Donning a sporty ensemble courtesy of stylist Alastair McKimm (Streeters), leading model Liya Kebede steals a moment in the spotlight for i-D’s summer issue. Talking about her big break, while taking it easy in front of the camera, Liya is photographed by Amy Troost.
Love is in the air for Kayt Jones‘ most recent work in i-D‘s summer 2010 issue where real life couple, Behati Prinsloo and Jamie Strachan, begin a passionate affair after a casual encounter on the street. In an exclusive collaboration with TheCorner.com, the romantic story features designs from Ann Demeulemeester, Marc Jacobs, Acne and others which can all be found on the online retailer’s site. Styled by Pippa Vosper, the two lovebirds don a casual mix of stripes, leather and denim in Meet Me At the Corner.
Constance Jablonski of Marilyn is part naughty and part nice in an enchanting spread from the latest edition of i-D. In front of the lens of Cédric Buchet with styling by Marie Chaix, the French wonder transforms into a tree-dwelling nymph with a penchant for lace and leather from the likes of Chanel, Christopher Kane and Balenciaga.
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Freja Beha Erichsen takes on four very distinct and edgy looks for her most recent work in i-D spring. Lensed by Emma Summerton, Freja transforms effortlessly into the rock and roll inspired ensembles created by Edward Enninful.
Continuing their working relationship, photographer Richard Bush and stylist Sarah Richardson revisit fall’s Eco Warrior concept with a fresh vision embraced by Isabeli Fontana. A warrior of the jungle, the elaborate prints of spring are transformed into a second skin for Isabeli–showcasing the beauty found in the unexpected.
Photographer Emma Summerton reunites with stylist Charlotte Stockdale for the latest issue of i-D. Bronzed and scantily clad, Abbey Lee Kershaw takes center stage in the statement pieces of Alexander McQueen, Prada and others.
Stylist Alistair McKimm (Streeters) tackles Blouson Noir’s tea towel-inspired spring collection for the latest issue of i-D. Outfitted in the delicate range, Alla Kostromicheva maintains a serious presence when faced with the lens of photographer Daniel Jackson.
Working with a color palette of neutrals, grays and blacks, stylist Cathy Kasterine gives Natalia Vodianova the perfect subtle and refined look for her latest work in i-D. Captured by Paolo Roversi, Natalia wears a whole array of pieces from Lanvin’s spring collection in Heart Is Where Home Is.
Freja Beja Erichsen photographed by Emma Summerton