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i-D #355

The Homegrown Issue

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i-D's The Homegrown Issue celebrates the 10-year rise of era-defining British label Palace Skateboards – from a skate spot on London’s South Bank to conquering the world. This is the story of an era-defining British label. In 2019, Palace hits the grand old age of 10. To celebrate one of British... ​​Read More

i-D's The Homegrown Issue celebrates the 10-year rise of era-defining British label Palace Skateboards – from a skate spot on London’s South Bank to conquering the world. This is the story of an era-defining British label. In 2019, Palace hits the grand old age of 10. To celebrate one of British streetwear’s biggest success stories, Paul Flynn sits down with Palace founder Lev Tanju to discuss the blood, sweat and beers that went into building the brand we know and love. While David Sims shoots a portfolio of the people who’ve defined one of men’s fashion’s homegrown success stories.

Rebecca Longendyke by Alasdair McLellan on the cover of i-D feels a little reminiscent of Kate Moss in the 90s. Sharp cheekbones and enigmatic eyes aside, the similarities between the two end there. Born and raised in upstate New York, 22-year-old Rebecca was “scouted over Facebook” back in 2012, but didn’t jump at the chance to be a model straight away. Focused on getting the grades to study at college, her life at home was about “hiking, climbing and cooking vegan food”. But come 2015, and enrolled on the biomedical engineering degree she’d hoped for, her polaroids began doing the rounds on The Fashion Spot and the forum was soon abuzz with interest in this beguiling new face.


i-D is a British magazine dedicated to fashion, music, art and youth culture.

23 x 30 cm
Softcover
290 pages
Pre-Spring 2019
English
ISSN 0262-3579
i-D is a British magazine dedicated to fashion, music, art and youth culture.