are people getting plastic surgery to look like instagram filters?
Doctors say maybe, minus the puppy ears.
what’s more important: the transgender community or a lobster?
In this week’s episode of i-D podcast, Fash-ON Fash-OFF, we meet trans activist and author Charlie Craggs to discuss her latest campaign #ClawsOutForTrans.
this body positivity model is making fat a positive word
Iceland’s Isold Halldorudottir is paving the way for body positivity with the hashtag #fatgirloncam
a cultural history of the eyebrow
Because Rihanna’s Vogue cover is forcing us to reconsider everything.
"we wanted to glamourise double chins" -- polyester zine’s latest issue is a celebration of alternative beauty
With musician CupcakKe and artist Polly Nor as cover stars.
how getting cancer in my 20s changed how I feel about beauty
When you face losing your identity because of something out of your control, beauty can become more than self-care, it can be an act of defiance.
this new ethical makeup brand wants to change the beauty industry
Australian brand Fluff is questioning both the purpose and production of modern make up.
phebe schmidt’s new series is a surreal commentary on reality and authenticity
In a new video series the artist channels her own anxieties around image, brand, productivity and consumption.
when are beauty companies going to stop animal testing?
The Body Shop has called for a worldwide ban on the practice.
we tested the internet’s scariest beauty products
We asked a bunch of i-D friends to test out the most bizarre beauty products we were able to buy online for anything between £2 and £20.
how to take moving beauty imagery with felicity ingram
In her short career, Felicity Ingram has made a big splash in the beauty industry.
examining fashion's complicated relationship with the bowl cut
Plucked from cultural idiocy and elevated to elegance, the story of the bowl cut’s makeover speaks to the present times, or dare I say, end times.
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