Frankie Mathieson is a writer and copy editor specialising in art, beauty, fashion, film and popular culture. She has contributed to numerous international online and print publications including AnOther, Hint Magazine and The Guardian. Frankie is a regular contributor to i-D Online and helped the team with the launch of the website in 2010. She has always been jealous of i-D’s cover models, particularly Tasha Tilberg’s sultry stare on the cover of The 300th Issue, as she herself has never quite mastered the art of the wink.
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