greta thunberg by harley weir: meet the girl who changed the world
One girl’s utter determination to try and stop the greatest threat humanity has ever faced has set off a global youth climate strike movement. 16-year-old Greta Thunberg is the voice of a generation.
Clementine de Pressigny
'terms & conditions' celebrates the uncensored female form
"Gendered censorship reflects societal fears and the power dynamics that keep the female body sexualized, rather than understood."
charlotte knowles is dressing the femininity of the future
In the first in a series of pieces profiling the young design talent presented in 1 Granary’s second VOID exhibition, we meet Charlotte Knowles.
the futurewise issue
harley weir: plastic is not fantastic
British photographer Harley Weir began documenting the plastic waste around her in 2015. By posting the images she takes on her Instagram account with the hashtag #plasticneverdies, she hopes to raise awareness of the rubbish that’s destroying our world.
into a dream: nana komatsu on the cover of i-d japan's new issue
Shot by Harley Weir and styled Julia Sarr Jamois, Japanese actress and model Nana Komatsu is the cover star of i-D Japan's The Original Issue. Originate, don't imitate!
watch grace wales bonner and harley weir’s beautiful new film
Shot in South Africa, PRACTICE is scored by Dev Hynes and focuses on teenage ballet dancer Leroy Mokgatle.
life lessons from the autumn/winter 17 campaigns everyone is talking about
Advertising tries to remind us that life could be better, making us believe that a little je ne sais quoi is within reach.
Hanna Hanra and Steve Salter
watch harley weir’s babe-packed psa for proenza schouler and planned parenthood
Collecting musings on womanhood from Grimes, Hari Nef, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Amber Valletta, Paloma Elsesser, Selena Forrest, Stella Tennant and more.
stella mccartney’s new collection heads straight to the landfill
Tkay Maidza soundtracks a video for Stella McCartney's new campaign which shines a spotlight on fashion's waste problem.
life is art, live yours in colour, by harley weir and julia sarr-jamois
“Creativity is a form of self-expression. It helps you find yourself. It’s always important to express yourself, even if you don’t think you have a voice," says Adut Akech. For Nyaueth Riam “Creativity brings out who I am, it helps me express, relate...
#tfw i-D’s the female gaze issue wins cover of the year
harley weir shoots sexy new balenciaga campaign for demna gvasalia
The young photographer captures the collection that reinvented spandex and explored the intimate relationship between couture and fetishism.