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From the producers of Get Out comes Cam: the story of a webcam performer who wakes up one day to find her account has been hijacked by a mysterious lookalike.
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Last month, the term’s status was legitimised when it was officially added to the Oxford English Dictionary. How did it become the representative adjective of our times?
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The author of Call Me by Your Name and new book Enigma Variations shares his advice for new writers.
why do our brains love celebrity conspiracy theories?
Twitter threads, YouTube videos, Harry and Louis treatise on Tumblr. Today, alternative narratives about celebrities are circulating more quickly than ever.
how hip-hop became the most exciting space for fashion experimentation
Hip-hop is about self-expression and fashion provides the tools now.
james whiteside defies the heteronormative world of ballet
i-D talks to the ballet superstar about his psychosexual dance play, and his Dairy Queens drag persona Ühu Betch.
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The British actor tells i-D how he came to play Sabrina’s mischievous cousin and what 2018 can learn from the Spellman family.
kate moss, boy george and more ask neneh cherry a question about her life
To celebrate the release of her new album, 'Broken Politics', we invite Neneh Cherry's friends, family and fans to ask her one question each.
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The humble accessory has often been a muse to great artists.
pc erotic: the sex-tech magazine exploring just how far we’ve cum
'Black Mirror' doesn’t do smutty magazines, but if it did, they would probably look something like 'PC Erotic'.
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