how jessie andrews went from adult star to ceo
With multiple businesses under her belt, and fans like Kaia Gerber and Bella Hadid, the 27-year-old creative has mastered the rebrand.
keala naihe wants to preserve the oceans for future generations
i-D talks to the artist and surfer about perpetuating his Hawaiian culture by caring for the land and advocating for clean water.
designers worstok made a film in the salton sea
Director Nathalie Canguilhem took the duo deep into the California desert to film the eerie exploration of self.
meet cici valentine, la's pysch rock sensation
Carly Russ is back with a new alter-ego, sound, and fearlessness.
dean davies captures the beauty of sibling bonds
His nostalgic series combines documentary-style photography with childhood nostalgia.
'pink noise' is the zine celebrating innovative women in electronic music
Inspired by British rave culture, the DIY publication casts a spotlight on DJs and producers worldwide.
this menswear brand is an ode to surreal americana
Ernest W. Baker combines retro elegance and modern design, creating a realm where a cowboy-hat wearing hero can also rock a pair of velvet bell-bottoms.
namacheko blends modernity and traditional kurdish design
Siblings Dilan and Lezan Lurr explore themes of identity, displacement, and community while digging into their cultural roots.
photos of 70s nyc legends on their wildest nights out
Frequenting Max’s Kansas City and the Chelsea Hotel, Anton Perich captured celebrities and underground icons including Patti Smith, Salvador Dali, and Cyrinda Foxe.
meet the first turkish model to walk for gucci
Öykü Baştaş received a barrage of Twitter abuse after walking as a Gucci exclusive last season. Now the Istanbul-born model is back at it and calling BS on conventional beauty standards.
phem is the queer indie darling mentored by flying lotus
With her debut EP 'Can’t Kill Me' released on Valentine's Day, Phem leads us on a personal journey into the many parts of sexual fluidity.
this photographer developed 10,000 photos from cameras he sent around the world
Jamaal Davies's 'Diary of Disposables' is a shared visual narrative depicting diverse lives, including the Awful Records crew in Atlanta and his aunts in West Africa.