meet félix maritaud, the visceral young actor queering french cinema
Félix's new film, 'Sauvage', is a shocking and moving story of male prostitution and it might be the most absorbing movie of the year.
how palace became a streetwear juggernaut in 10 short years
From a skate spot on London’s South Bank, to a dilapidated house in Waterloo, to conquering the world; this is the story of an era-defining British label.
iceage is the danish band redefining punk
As the group prepares to release its fourth album, 'Beyondless,' i-D catches up with the band’s frontman, Elias Bender Rønnenfelt, and finds him ready and willing to smash boring punk traditions to pieces.
hilton als has some issues with the word 'woke'
In 'White Girls,' the Pulitzer prize-winning author explored race, sexuality, André Leon Talley and Eminem. He discusses its impact — and potential sequel — with Paul Flynn.
homoelectric is manchester’s bespoke misfit paradise
Twenty years into its heritage, Manchester’s Homoelectric is enjoying a pleasing renaissance inside a three-storey Salford warehouse. Of course it is.
remembering february 20, 1988 — the day manchester came out
In 1988, a rally through central Manchester turned the city upside down. Not only was it the start of Manchester becoming Britain’s unofficial capital of Gay -- it was a useful microcosm for what would happen in the rest of the country.
the uk's best gay club opens one weekend a year, in a field in somerset
Traditionally the playground of liberated hippies, old rockers, druids and bearded musos, in 2007 Glastonbury introduced a new space: Block 9. Inside, a three-story NYC block was built and behind its facade lay the ultimate gay club.
mariah, you're on fire! read our cover story with mimi from 2008
On Mariah's birthday, we look back nine years to our interview with the iconic, elusive chanteuse.
sussi is the new star of clubland
Scotty Sussman is living proof that the nightlife wheel is still turning, as fierce and fast as it ever did. On the morning after the night before, we meet the man behind the makeup.
tbt: a 13-year-old frances bean cobain talks harry potter, fashion, and famous moms
Artist, model, musician, and now muse to Marc Jacobs, France Bean Cobain is steadily carving a name for herself outside of her parent’s gargantuan shadows. But she was always going to, right? Much more than just the daughter of incredibly famous...
joe alwyn was destined to be a star
Plucked from obscurity to play the lead in Ang Lee’s new blockbuster 'Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk,' meet the London lad about to hit the big time.
remembering i-Con pete burns
Fiercely intelligent and wildly unconventional, Pete Burns was an eccentric who blurred gender and sexuality with biting wit and charm. Speaking to Burns in 2007, Paul Flynn called him "as witty and wild as Quentin Crisp or Oscar Wilde" on the pages of...