Stylists ++

Dixie Romano* 
was born near Detroit, Michigan, but has lived most of her life in Italy. She began her styling career at London-based magazine Dazed and Confused, moving to work in Italy with Valentina Ilardi at Drome and B> Magazine.
She has worked with photographers including Jose Aragon, Richard Jensen, Quentin De Briey, Ansgar, David Ruiz, Esperanza Moya, Edo Alto, Wai Lin Tse, Luciano Insua, Sara Coe, Fernanda Porto, Daniel Sevilla, Giorgia Valli and Sergi Fuster, among others.
Her work can be seen in Muse, Indie, Material Girl, Ozon, D Mag, Kinki, Inspire, H Mag, Pig, Lamilk, B> Magazine, Codigo, Dress Lab, Next, Inside, Mex and Still.
Dixi is currently based in Barcelona and she frequently works in London and Milan, where she is represented by Motif Management. She has also been our stylist for Fresh Faces 2010 Spain and Germany.

Marie Chai*
born in Strasbourg, France and currently lives in Paris. Marie studied at St Martins College and then went on to work at Self Service magazine for a period of five years. Of her story in i-D’s August 2006 issue, with the photographer Magnus Unnar she says, “It was about elasticity and strength of the body, with an obsession for stretch jersey and Jean-Paul Goude’s Kodak characters. Julia Stegner showed an amazing endurance on the trampoline, and did not fall over once.”

Mathew Josepgh*
London based stylist contributor of i-D magazinne.

Sabina Schreder*
Based in NYC stylist
Her clients included Purple Magazine, fashion designers Adam Kimmel, Jill Stuart, Kai Kuehne and Helmut Lang, creative agency Buero New York, photographer Tom Munro and Steven Sebring (Patti Smith - Dream of Life - The movie), and photographer agency Shotview among others. 

Katie Grand*

Is a stylist and magazine editor based in London. Whilst studying Fashion Design at Central St Martins, Grand launched Dazed & Confused in 1992, with fellow students Rankin Waddell and Jefferson Hack. She worked as Fashion Director at Dazed & Confused and later moved to The Face where she remained until October 2001. During this time Grand went on to launch the bi-annual fashion and art magazine POP in 2000. She left POP in 2008 to launch a new title, LOVE, with Conde Nast, with its first issue published in Spring 2009. Grand also contributes to numerous publications including Japanese and Italian Vogue, Arena Homme Plus, Visionaire, Numéro, Big, and Harper’s Bazaar, where Grand is Senior Contributing Editor.

Dean langley*

On graduating from Liverpool John Moores in 1999 and winning the Guardian student designer of the year award, Dean Langley landed a job in the i-D art department assisting Publisher and Creative Director Terry Jones. He was made the magazines youngest art editor at 25. Langley was given the position of Art Director in 2006 and went on to work with the worlds leading photographers and was responsible for finding new talents to introduce to the magazine, producing some of the most memerable issues in recent times. In August 2009 after working for i-D for 10 years Langley decided to leave to concentrate on working commercially as a freelance Art director+++

Panos Yiapanis*

To me he is the most non credited stylist out there. 
This greek is the stylist who injected subculture and emotion into high fashion during the late 90’s and early 00’s, building him into a cult for both pensive teens and insightful, progressive designers such as Raf Simons and Helmut Lang in the process.
Having worked with every major label that matters - yes, including Chanel haute couture - Panos today occupies a further cult: that of the stylist’s stylist, respected (and demanded by) the editors that matter, including Jefferson Hack, Stephen Gan, Jo-Ann Furniss and Katie Grand. As well as designers like Rick Owens and Riccardo Tisci. It’s no surprise to learn then that his work, whilst retaining its vital intensity, has pushed forward consistently to develop into something more complex. Put simply, the iron fist is now free to play with a velvet glove. And sheathed or not, it packs a punch.    

 venus waterman*
Dutch stilyst that has been in top of the list for the best phographer in EU.

Rose Forde*

Rose works as a stylist within fashion and music. Since 2008, she has worked with Peter Doherty as his personal stylist and is the Creative Director of his luxury jewellery line Albion Trinketry.

From her experience as a Fashion Editor at Clash magazine, Rose has the ability and contacts to direct and produce a shoot as well as style. Her work is tailored towards high fashion regularly contributing to international fashion magazines including L'Officiel Hommes and L'Uomo Vogue.++++