Canberra's kids tell i-D Australia what makes their city special.
On one of the sunniest days New York City has seen all year, thousands of people celebrated International Women’s Day and A Day Without a Woman by flooding the streets to rally for reproductive justice, labor equality, and health care for all.
Clear backpacks, full hearts, can't lose: these are just a few of the hundreds of thousands of people who were part of the historic Women's March on Washington.
We spoke to protesters in Sydney about what they’re fighting for in 2017, and why they remain hopeful.
When the weather's cold and summer feels a lifetime away, take a trip to California with Renee Carey and meet the Californians hoping for change in 2017.
This weekend, i-D and Texas-bred photographer Zachary Chick went down south to capture the best looks at Day for Night fest in Houston.
The American election of 2016 was one of the most divisive ever. We traveled across the country in its aftermath to find out the hopes, dreams, and fears of the kids who’ll be living with its repercussions for the next four years.
Twelve visionaries keeping the heat on Miami year-round.
Photographer Finn Constantine hits the streets of the capital to hear the hopes and dreams of the young Londoners with the future in their hands.
On the anniversary of the November 13 attacks in Paris, i-D meets a generation in revolt.
As the world famous contemporary art fair arrives in London, follow Rosie Harriet Ellis's lens as we meet the first few visitors to explore the vast marquees in Regent’s Park.
Grace Pickering captures the real faces of this election.