why barbie is a feminist (yes, really)
i-D talks to Susan Shapiro, the author of Assouline's 'Barbie: 60 Years of Inspiration,' about what the iconic doll represents in 2019.
Alyson Zetta Williams
'kalifornia kool' documents san fran's unruly punk scene in the 70s
Legendary photographer Ruby Ray shares the crazy stories behind the photos in her new book.
'call me by your name' writer reveals title and plot of sequel
It's officially official, Andre Aciman's sequel will be published in late-2019.
diary of a drag queen: crystal rasmussen on writing a book "by a queer for queers about queers"
The brilliant debut book by Crystal Rasmussen is out today, and we're sharing an exclusive excerpt and intro by the fabulous author herself. This memoir is juicy and unapologetic. It might make you cry, and it will most definitely make you laugh.
capturing the contemporary drag scene
Read an excerpt from 'Alright Darling?', a new book by Greg Bailey featuring the biggest names in drag today.
the most exciting book of 2018 is about a girl sleeping for a year
Ottessa Moshfegh's 'My Year of Rest and Relaxation' puts a darkly comedic spin on our self-care obsession.
a quick chat with photographer shaniqwa jarvis
Photographer Shaniqwa Jarvis’ work is “female, black and brimming with raucous, positive vibrations”.
brianna capozzi's surreal portraits of chloë sevigny, hanne gaby, and her mom
The photographer’s new book, ‘Well Behaved Women,’ celebrates the multi-faceted beauty of boundary-pushing women.
bill cunningham's secret memoir is finally being published
'Fashion Climbing' was only discovered after the beloved photographer passed away last year.
rowan blanchard's new book is an intimate portrait of modern teen life
'Still Here' provides a glimpse into adolescence through a collective lens. Rowan's personal diary entries are accompanied by art and writing from friends such as Gia Coppola, Rupi Kaur, and Jenny Zhang.
calvin klein on creating fashion’s most provocative advertisements
On the release of his first book, we spoke to the legendary designer to find out what really comes between him and his Calvin’s.
Looking at ownership of the female nude in art and the everyday, through dolls.
Clementine de Pressigny