meet the savage x fenty model campaigning for disability awareness
Haitian-American activist Mama Cax tells i-D about her journey to self-acceptance.
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'hustlers' director lorene scafaria on capturing 00s style and telling epic stories of women
"There’s something really exciting about seeing women on screen letting loose in ways that most people never would, and seeing the complexities of it.”
thelma plum on self-preservation and relinquishing anger
With her new album 'Better in Blak', Thelma explores trauma, anger and what it means to be an Aboriginal woman in Australia today.
charles dennington talks us through his new sculpture-inspired beauty series
How the fashion photographer’s past sculptural practice lead to a beauty collaboration with Joel Babicci and Charlotte Agnew.
is menswear the future of australian fashion?
The world is paying more attention to menswear than ever before, providing a wave of opportunity for Australian labels.
lee grant photographs migrant identity to understand her own
Korean-Australian photographer Lee Grant documents the ever-changing cultural face of Australia.
meet the women reshaping australia's electronic music scene
As Melbourne continues to grow as a hub for Australia’s club scene we sat down with six female acts making it their own.
sabah koj has already made modelling history, but she's not done yet
In 2016 she was the first African model to open Australian fashion week, these days she's walking for Valentino Couture.
offset wants to control his narrative
The rapper tells i-D about flow, focus, and why he won't tell anyone the name of his album.
these portraits explore what it means to be a teen in new zealand
In her ongoing series 'The Western Springs Project', Tash Hopkins questions the misguided stereotypes placed on New Zealand youth.
elle teresa is redefining what it means to be a female rapper in japan
Using her femininity as a weapon, she's bringing a fresh perspective to a male-dominated world.
empress of and the importance of saying no
The second album from Empress Of involves collaborators like Blood Orange, but that doesn't mean Lorely Rodriguez is going to be anyone but herself.