i-D Magazine’s 25th Anniversary

As a multi-sensory experience, the exhibition aims to take the magazine into a further dimension and allow the viewer to travel interactively through the world of i-D, starting with its first straight ups and moving on to newly commissioned works which focus on a new generation of talent who are transcending artistic boundaries and realising new standards in their respective creative fields. The exhibition is focused both on celebrating i-D’s retrospective past as well as setting the path for the magazine’s next exciting chapter, illustrating Jones’ belief that “[i-D’s] past is the foundation for our future”. The result will be an empowering and diverse collection of individual voices and expressions, but also a collective ideology and vision which will highlight key progressive moments in popular culture over the past quarter of a century. Over 100 past and current luminaries from all sides of the creative spectrum have been approached to contribute to this project. The list includes photographers, musicians, writers, artists, stylists and designers.

Names include: Agnes b, Alasdair McLellan, Alex McDowell, Anette Aurell, Caryn Franklin, Corinne Day, Craig McDean, David Bailey, David LaChapelle, David Sims, Edward Enninful, Havana Laffitte, Hussein Chalayan, Ellen Von Unwerth, Frederic Sanchez, James Lavelle, Jane How, Jason Evans, Judy Blame, Juergen Teller, Kanako B. Koga, Karl Plewka, Kate Moss, Kirsten Owen, Mana Bernardes, Mario Sorrenti, Mark Anthony, Mark Borthwick, Mark Lebon, Matt Jones, Max Vadukul, Michael Kopelman, Nick Knight, Olafur Eliasson, Olivier Rizzo, Pam Hogg, Pat McGrath, Patti Wilson, Paolo Roversi, Ray Petri, Richard Burbridge, Sean Ellis, Shannon Plumb, Simon Foxton, Stephen Jones, Steven Klein, Takay, Terry Richardson, Thunska Pansittivorakul, Tracey Emin, Vanina Sorrenti, Venetia Scott, Willy Vanderpere and Wolfgang Tillmans

For further information and images please contact:

Michelle Arnusch on 020 7407 8664 or e-mail marketing@ftmlondon.org

Text: Fashion & Textiles Museum

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