Author: Alastair McKimm & i-D Magazine
About the Book:
Over the 40 years since its launch, i-D has grown from a hand-stapled zine to one of the world s leading international style titles with two million Instagram followers. Founded by Terry Jones in 1980, i-D began as a chronicle of style and attitude as much as a fashion bible, and over the years it has kept to that ethos, in the process becoming a nurturing ground for gener-ations of fashion talents, from David Sims to Juergen Teller, Edward Enninful to Wolfgang Tillmans, Tyler Mitchell to Harley Weir. This celebratory volume commemorates the 40th anniversary of i-D through the prism of different cultural eras, with each chapter focusing on a decade of the magazine s history and featuring a mix of original rephotographed spreads from the magazine, reprinted text pieces, archival imagery, covers, and new essays exploring both the history of i-D and the wider cultural contexts of the era it was created in. It s a magazine that has given Greta Thunberg, Madonna, Naomi Campbell, and Sonic the Hedgehog their first covers; that invented the emoticon; and that, across 40 years and 500 cover winks, has had one defining message: that fashion should be inclusive, fun, diverse, and always original.
About the Author:
Since punk-era London in 1980, i-D has launched the careers of some of the most innovative and influential talent in the world. By constantly reinventing itself, i-D has built its reputation on being a consistent source of inspiration in fashion culture. i-D prides itself on being the voice of a generation, the voice of the disenfranchised and the under-represented, the platform for those who have something to say.