i-D celebrates 2015 with 11 covers.
Known for “being a consistent source of inspiration in fashion culture, price ” i-D magazine marks 35-years of publishing phenomenon with a voluminous show of élan, order by tapping some of the most prominent facades in fashion right now, for 11 limited edition covers. These include the likes of esteemed designers Phoebe Philo, Karl Lagerfeld, Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy, Alexander Wang for Balenciaga, Vivienne Westwood, Raf Simons for Dior, and Jeremy Scott for Moschino amongst others. Additionally, credible streetwear brands, Supreme and Palace Skateboards, which have both had conspicuous roles in moulding fashion culture, also make special appearances on i-D magazines front cover.
Each bespoke, limited-edition cover will be available in limited numbers at boutiques and retailers such as Supreme, Palace Skateboards, Dover Street Market, SOTO Berlin, colette, and 10 Corso Como. Let us know what your favourite cover is in the comment box below.
Jeremy Scott takes us back to our childhood, mean-mugging next to the iconic Bugs Bunny.
J.W. Anderson offers an insight into his mundane world with an explicitly balanced modernist cover – “but not too modern.”
Alexander Wang elucidates his deep infatuation for modern technology with a selfie on this cover for Balenciaga.
Slick Rick dons the iconic Supreme box logo, in a 2007 archival collaboration.
Raf Simons brings surrealism to life with his cover for Dior.
When life gives you lemons… wink and smile. Phoebe Philo covers i-D magazine with their integral wink and smile logo.
Special appearance for Choupette, who borrows Lagerfeld’s cosmetic eye-patch to pay homage to her new feline-inspired make-up collection “Shupette.”
Christopher Kane presents the stripped down honesty of self-expression with male and female nude prints.
Palace remembers it’s roots by repping their hometown and melding London’s iconic Southbank along with their trademark logo.
Tisci promotes beauty in diversity with this luxuriously unorthodox cover for i-D.
“Listen to the activists and the scientists” – Vivienne Westwood