Christina Aguilera

Fashion

inside opening ceremony’s defiant drag show spectacular

Opening Ceremony’s spring/summer 19 show was a celebration of LGBTQ identity, hosted by Sasha Velour and headlined by Christina Aguilera.
i-D Staff
9.11.18
Music

christina aguilera’s new album is about losing your identity

The singer has been knocked down, creatively suffocated and suffered commercial decline. So how does her new album Liberation attempt to revive a popstar on the brink of dissolution?
Alim Kheraj
6.15.18
News

christina aguilera and demi lovato fight the patriarchy in ‘fall in line’ video

Xtina dedicated the feminist anthem to "anyone who’s ever felt silenced and repressed."
Hannah Ongley
5.23.18
Music

troye sivan is on a sexy, sexy roll rn

Plus Tirzah, Xtina and all your essential weekend listening.
Frankie Dunn
5.5.18
Music

omg! xtina just announced her new album! with a sexy video!

Stripped again.
Frankie Dunn
5.3.18
Music

the most hilarious, offensive catholic pop performances

In honor of the upcoming Met Gala, we ask "Why do pop stars love to dress up as nuns so much?"
Jack Sunnucks
5.3.18
beauty

why showing natural skin shouldn’t come as such a shock

It’s not like we don’t all have flaws.
Tish Weinstock
4.20.18
Fashion

all the times christina aguilera made us feel like burning our levi’s and getting our chins pierced

From Suck My Dick t-shirts to buttless leather chaps, here’s our definitive guide all things Xtina.
Nellie Eden
11.10.17
Think Pieces

15 years of getting dirrrrrty

Christina Aguilera's CD:UK performance in autumn 2002 stripped away preconceived notions held about assumed manufactured female pop stars.
Alim Kheraj
10.27.17
Think Pieces

how xtina’s ”dirrty” changed sex in pop

Before Miley’s ‘Wrecking Ball’ there were Christina’s chaps.
Issy Beech
12.1.16
Fashion

miley cyrus' stylist on the evolution of hannah montana

Simone Harouche is Miley Cyrus’ stylist. She helps channel Miley’s vision, knows where to find dresses shaped like rainbow flags, and ignores the constant internet commentary.
Alice Newell-Hanson
10.26.15