Tianwei Zhang: Writing to bridge the gulf between China and the West

WWD’s London/China Market Editor discusses the virtues of learning on the job rather than the classroom, the cultural ignorance around China in fashion, and why you need to be able to tell WeChat from Weibo.

Heikki Salonen: Fashion as a service to fabric

The RCA alum talks Fashion East, letting your materials drive your process, and why today’s designers need to be more than just that.

At ease: Bianca Büche’s functional elegance

Meet the RCA graduate exploring the marriage of slick formality and cushioned comfort.

Fabian Kis-Juhasz and her Devilish Damsels

The former RCA student talks femininity, Fashion Week and the fickle reality of success.

Simone Rocha: Family and Femininity

A decade after graduating from CSM, the Irish designer shares a few pearls of wisdom at The Sarabande Foundation

Steve Salter: Always A Fan, Never a Critic

i-D's Fashion Features Editor discusses how social media has changed fashion journalism, navigating mental health as a writer, and just what he's looking for in a pitch.

26 Jun 2019

DesignersSchools

Henna Lampinen: History woven in metal and wool

The Aalto graduate's wartime-inspired collection is a triumph of form, moody glamour, and fabric manipulation

Priska Morger, Institute of Fashion Design Basel

"There should be less design, but better design."

Tigran Avetisyan’s Dreamless Ambition

Two seasons on a hiatus, the Moscow-based designer discusses why fashion trumps art, the pressures of social media standards, and the benefits of shutting down for a while.

17 Jun 2019

Interviews

Queer Letters

Photographer Heather Glazzard's series explores queer identity, visibility and community.

13 Jun 2019

Designers

Capturing souls as they float away

Meet Seiran Tsuno, the coconogacco student drawing the spirits that surround us with her 3D-pen

10 Jun 2019

Opinion

Styling Sustainability

Fran Burns and The Sustainable Angle share their tips for sustainably-minded stylists