i-D Spring 2018 : The Radical Issue

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  1. vogue28

    vogue28 Mod Squad Team Leader

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    Cover #1 with Adut Akech by Mario Sorrenti:

     
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    This is quite fresh, I like it. Everything works for me except maybe the "be more" tagline and where it is positioned.
     
  3. mistress_f

    mistress_f Hell on Heels

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    it's a pretty great cover. i haven't bought I-D in almost a decade i think but, for once, i'm interested. Let's see how teen-oriented the content is.
     
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    I don't think it was intentional but that cover image really speaks to the modern ways in which the trendy 'it' designers and stylists of today feel after binging out on social media images for design 'inspiration' :rolleyes:
     
  5. vogue28

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    Cover #2 with Binx Walton by Zoe Ghertner:




    Cover #3 with Cardi B by Olivier Hadlee Pearch:

     
  6. Benn98

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    And so it begins.....

    The shot with Binx is the most chicest image this magazine used over the past few years. Definitely a move into the right direction. Cardi B not so much. This idiot shouldn't be getting an ounce of traction from the fashion industry after that eyroll-inducingly ignorant Twitter vid.
     
  7. mistress_f

    mistress_f Hell on Heels

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    with my luck i'm gonna be looking for the sorrenti / cdg cover and i'm only gonna find the cardi b. one.
    HARD pass. I'm definitely too old for this s*
     
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    Which twitter vid? Did I miss something?
     
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    Model: Adut Akech
    Photographer: Mario Sorrenti
    Fashion Editor: Alastair McKimm
    Hair: Recine
    Make Up: Kanako Takase

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  10. vogue28

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    Christy Turlington also has a cover by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin! :heart:

    i-D doesn't have the cover on their website just yet, but I assume they'll upload soon since the issue is out tomorrow. The Instagram I seen it on is private so won't show here.
     
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    Wardour News had all covers in stock today. I saw from their instagram
     
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    Thank the Universe for Christy. What a class act. Love how she keeps it real without selling out.
     
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    Who is this Cardi B character and why is she everywhere all of a sudden??
    Adut is amazing, but I odn't like ho she is styled. Those toys look like some junk from the Dollar store.
     
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    Radical? I think not. It's more of the same old junk they keep recycling. Christy is on a whole different level. She sells it!
     
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    Oh, Christy! You gorgeous human being.
     
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    Christy showing them how its done. Energetic, quirky, yet effortless. ❤
     
  18. KissMiss

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    it is so funny... Christy isn't doing much... in fact, she isn't even doing the whole i-D thing but somehow she manages to convince us... she is just one of a kind...
     
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    I can only imagine the self-serving patting-themselves-on-the-back that went on when they came up with the idea of of the 'radical issue'. Binx in what may as well be an outtake from her Celine campaign? So progressive!:rolleye: This magazine is so incredibly eye-roll inducing. That said, Christy manages to save it. Her cover is marvellous - they should have just went with her and kept the rest for editorials.
     
  20. mathiaskatz

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    Teddy got a cover too!



    Think this is her first major cover! :flower:
     

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