campbell addy and cyndia harvey explore hair and identity
A story about intimate moments and what role hair can play in that setting.
campbell addy on how his generation is doing it for themselves
In this week’s episode of i-D podcast, Fash-ON Fash-OFF, i-D Fashion Features Editor Steve Salter is joined by one of the most exciting image makers working today -- south London-born-and-based photographer Campbell Addy.
here's what went down at our v&a friday late collaboration
Find out what happened when we joined forces with London's iconic V&A to explore how we create, collect and preserve moments in the click of a shutter.
london photographers celebrate refugees in moving new portrait series
From Campbell Addy to Nick Waplington, 10 photographers capture 10 portraits in arresting new show, 'A New Beginning'.
the earthwise issue
the designers fashioning the future
A new generation of fashion design graduates are challenging the British fashion industry on issues of ethics and sustainability. Sarah Mower meets nine designers who want change and who want it now.
how to become a photographer with campbell addy
In this week’s episode of i-D podcast, Fash-ON Fash-OFF, we meet British-Ghanaian photographer Campbell Addy and get his advice on how to make it as a photographer.
the future sound of africa
We head to West Africa to explore the roots of Afrobeats and discover the singers, producers and activists pushing the sound forwards and into the pop charts.
this gorgeous magazine will school you in the beauty of diversity
Ahead of the release of its sophomore edition, we open the pages of Niijournal.
campbell, ibrahim, king and harry: the next generation in london creativity
Campbell Addy (photographer), Ibrahim Kamara (stylist), King James Owusu (illustrator) and Harry Evans (designer) are four of the brightest stars to spring from Saint Martins and the next in line to fashion’s throne.
how do we ensure fashion’s diversity drive doesn’t just fetishise the new wave of models?
Joan Smalls and Hari Nef have spoken out about what Nef calls ‘Diversity Day’, or the tokenistic casting of LGBTQ models and model of colour. So how can we ensure fashion’s policy of inclusion is authentic?
campbell addy opens up about the struggle between his sexuality and spirituality
Fresh from the opening of his first solo exhibition, the photographer discusses the politics of sex and religion.
campbell addy is putting race and sexuality at the forefront of fashion
The young image maker's work turns difficult conversations about race, sexuality, and the body, into stunning photographic documents.
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