Beauty news and opinion features: what is beauty in 2019?
Alexandra Leese took a series of nude portraits over Zoom
Her NSFW new series travels from Hawaii to China via webcam.
Alina Zamanova's surreal, alien-like paintings celebrate all body types
The Ukrainian artist explores social perceptions of beauty and what it means to embrace discomfort and insecurity in your own skin.
The 40th Anniversary Issue
The faces of modern Belfast
Photographer Scott Gallagher shoots a series of portraits that capture what beauty looks and feels like amongst young kids in modern Northern Ireland.
The artist behind that Lil Icey Eyes filter on how her art broke the internet
We speak to Paige Piskin, the Spark AR legend behind the year's most popular filter, AND the Grimes and Elon Musk AI baby pic announcement
Tokyo model Megumu wants to help diversify Japan's beauty standards
Tired of the uniform industry she works in, Instagram fave Megumu shares her dreams of a business that respects the individuality of models.
Meet the women behind your favourite surreal Instagram filters
They’re bending reality and expanding traditional ideas of what beauty, aesthetics and immersive art experiences can be in the process.
Susie Cave: “Beauty is the expression of divine in the world”
The star of Gucci’s new dark academia-cum-cottagecore Bloom campaign talks femininity, beauty and her “dreamlike” 2020.
The Supreme x Pat McGrath lipstick is dropping this week
Get your first glimpse of what it looks like when applied.
The best beauty adverts from i-D's print archive
We asked Halima Olalemi, founder of @adarchives, to search our old issues for the most nostalgic beauty product adverts out there.
Trixie Mattel’s beauty business is a love letter to women everywhere
Since launching the iconic drag queen’s make-up line, Trixie Cosmetics, has gone from strength to strength. Here, the 'Unhhhh' and 'Moving Parts' star discusses beauty, success, and why make-up is more accessible than you might thin
2020 is the year of the mullet
Just when you thought our current annus horribilis couldn’t get any more cursed, the 1980s' most controversial hairstyle aesthetic is making a roaring comeback, thanks to TikTok.
This MUA creates vibrant eye looks inspired by nostalgic cartoon characters
Mi-Anne Chan pulls inspiration from all our favourite shows like 'Sailor Moon' and 'Kim Possible'.