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i-D is chiming in on the Terry Richardson debate, albeit without naming him explicitly.
Another naked, pregnant lady has shot another naked, pregnant magazine cover.
Victoria Beckham has managed to achieve a rare magazine cover feat. Not only does the pop-star-turned-designer appear on a cover for the latest issue of i-D, she also happens to be wearing all of her own designs in the photo.
We love when models front magazines, and we especially love when our favorite models get some serious face time. Fall seems to be the season we can’t escape Lara Stone, and that’s fine by us.
Rarely does Emma Watson not look awesome, and her spread for the latest issue of i-D is no exception.
We don’t care how fancy you think your mascara is — even if you use Armani Eyes To Kill, your lashes simply won’t look half as awesome as Kreayshawn‘s do on the cover of i-D Magazine. Because there are little gold stars erupting from them.
Last week, we lamented the non-hedonistic nature of Stella Tennant‘s cover for the summer issue of i-D. Thankfully, the issue actually has several covers, and the others are more in keeping with the hedonism theme. Allow us to pit one of our favorite vets against one of our favorite newcomers: Kristen McMenamy v. Daphne Groeneveld, it is!
When we hear that something is going to be hedonistic, we expect for it to reek of luxury from a mile away. Sadly, that is not the case with the cover of i-D magazine’s Hedonism Issue, which features a very stark-looking Stella Tennant wearing bad posture and ice-blue hair.
i-D magazine’s spring issue is here and based on the cover alone, it might be their best yet. Dubbed “The Exhibitionist Issue,” it features Lady Gaga and Anja Rubik as two of their usual plentiful cover stars. But while we love the styling of each of them (Gaga in Mugler, wearing her now signature facial prostheses and Anja with a nose ring and blood red lips), the defining feature of each image is the simplicity of the cover line.
Last week, we showed you what a year’s worth of Vogue magazines would look like if you layered them on top of one another. Now, you can see what Interview, i-D, Love, V, and W would look like if you did the same. And just so you know, the answer is: very, very cool.
Last month, rumor had it that Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, and Lady Gaga were in a bit of a catfight over i-D’s September issue, after the Fame Monster was added to the shooting schedule at the last minute. A source told The Daily Mail that Moss and Campbell refused to “play second fiddle” to Gaga, which resulted in “three covers from three separate shoots.” Now i-D has released the three covers. Which is your favorite?
It’s no secret that some of the world’s most beautiful models are also some of the world’s snootiest people, but we never expected Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell to be mean to fellow fashion royalty member Lady Gaga.
Save for the occasional cash-register impulse buy, it’s rare when we plunk down the $5 on a magazine. But i-D’s steamy summer issue is making a pretty good case for itself — and not only to see Miranda Kerr’s freakish waxing episodes up close. Upon further flip through the fold, we discovered “Meet Me At The Corner,” an equally sexy editorial that captures the body heat of two strangers in the midst of a one-night tryst.
It’s finally spring and the March issues are piling into mailboxes. Skipping in delightfully comes i-D’s three-cover Spring issue, featuring three of our favorites: Prada’s model of choice, Sasha Pivovarova; Danish model Freja Beha; and Russian superstar Natalia Vodianova.