Meet the Fannings | Dakota and Elle for Vogue US
"I am in the normal range when it comes to clothes. Elle is not normal," said Dakota, who will be attending NYU in the fall.
I look around. Yes, it’s a city with a pockmarked face and a horrible limp, a place of erroneous preconceptions. But it has a heart of gold. Like the kind beauty who’s fallen on hard times. Far more than a mere hub for the rest of the country, an archipelagic afterthought, Manila’s one hell of a capital city. It hums and throbs and buzzes and whirrs. Overlooked and underappreciated, it’s the plucky survivor. You just have to look beyond the obvious, scratch away the generalizations and long-held cant. Kust like the food. Visit Manila with those in the know. You can’t fail.
— Tom Parker Bowles
I find scans labourious to read but this… this was worth every squint.
Michael Pitt interviewed by Jamie Bochert | Contributor no. 3 S/S 11
The six cover girls of i-D Magazine’s ‘Pick me up' Issue
Kreayshawn photographed by i-D cover first timer George Harvey.
Natasha Poly by Will Vanderperre
Lindsey Wixson photographed by Terry Richardson
Riley Keough by Matt Jones
Raquel Zimmermann photographed by Josh Olins
Gisele Bundchen photographed by Emma Summerton
Again, as I’ve said with LOVE’s release a few days back, these multi-covers are practically made for this question: Which one is your favourite?