Saturday, September 10, 2022

Supermodel Naomi Campbell and British music producer and DJ Clifford Joseph Price, known professionally as Goldie, champion British-Jamaican designer Martine Rose on i-D magazine's Fall 2022 The Ultra! issue. The iconic duo stars on the fourth of nine covers as the Britsh fashion magazine celebrates the print format in a cultural time capsule.

The cover is accompanied by a series of images of Campbell as well as Goldie sporting looks from Rose's spring 2023 collection, and a write-up by the mag's global editorial director Olivia Singer.

And, as we ease into New York Fashion Week (NYFW), we're spotlighting a few fashionistas who showed up to pre-NYFW events toting versions of Jamaican designer Brandon Blackwood's Kendrick Trunk bag.

Page 2 shares highlights.


Story by: Olivia Singer

Photographer: Johnny Dufort

Fashion director: Carlos Nazario

Hair: Jawara at Art Partner using Dyson and Fekkai

Make-up (Naomi Campbell): Ernesto Casillas

for Pat McGrath Labs

Tailor: Michelle Warner

In MotionNaomi Campbell struts in Martine Rose for i-D's The Ultra! issue. Johnny Dufort
Ultramode!Supermodel Naomi Campbell and British DJ Goldie wink at photographer Johnny Dufort's lens for i-D magazine. Johnny Dufort
Off Routei-D magazine's fourth cover stars, Naomi Campbell (third right) and Goldie (fourth left), join models at a London bus stop wearing Martine Rose.Johnny Dufort
British-Jamaican designer Martine Rose .
Dot DramaJust in case the Secür ensemble wasn't enough drama, digital creator Tiffany M Battle amps it up with the Brandon Blackwood Mini Kendrick Trunk in black & white checkerboard leather.Nyki Elle
Official GirlAmerican singer, model, and actress Cassie attends the Lionne Clothing NYFW show in Manhattan wearing an ensemble from the label accessorised with one of Brandon Blackwood's latest styles and Jimmy Choo shoes. PichichiPixx
Purple ReignContent creator Tenicka Boyd adds a pop of green to her purple Fe Noel 'fit with the Brandon Blackwood Kendrick Trunk at the Harlem Fashion Row x LVMH event on Tuesday.IG/@tenickab
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