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We are in a post-LFW bubble of inspiration and creativity. We can't stop thinking, and smiling, about the incredible variety of talent living and working in this great city. It seems that i-D feels the same way, as its winter issue celebrates creativity in all its forms— most particularly when we come together and work as a team.
In the Creative Collaborators issue, the magazine profiles what the consider to be some of the most creative men and women around. It starts with Fashion East's latest trio of emerging designer talents, Ashley Williams, Claire Barrow, and Ryan Lo. And over the pond, writers talk hashtags with Balmain's creative director Olivier Rousteing, while photographer Willy Vanderperre celebrates his 20-year anniversary with stylist Olivier Rizzo in the form of their latest i-D cover with Amanda Murphy.
Click through to see all four covers, and let us know in the comments section which one is your favourite. We bet you'll have a hard time picking just the one.
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