clairo finds her voice
The 20-year-old popstar opens up to i-D about her sexuality, her new single, 'Bags', and the message behind her upcoming album ‘Immunity.'
meet the boys of ‘beats’, the euphoric movie resurrecting 90s rave culture
Cristian Ortega and Lorn Macdonald are the young stars of Scottish movie 'Beats', a coming-of-age tale exploring friendship, freedom and illegal raves.
the director of 'extremely wicked, shockingly evil and vile' on why we're so obsessed with true crime
i-D talks to Joe Berlinger about the new Ted Bundy film starring Zac Efron and Lily Collins, premiering on Netflix today.
c-pop star cai xukun (aka kun) is about to takeover the world
i-D spoke to the Chinese phenomenon in the midst of a sold-out US and UK tour.
conan gray is gen z's ascendant king of sad boy pop
With an online following in the millions and a penchant for angsty songwriting, 20-year-old Texan Conan Gray is about to make an indelible mark on the world of pop.
frank ocean talks time travel and trusting your gut
The musician offers up some solid advice in the new issue of 'Gayletter.'
omar apollo is shaking up r&b with his soulful love songs
The 21-year old Indiana boy reflects on his new EP 'Friends' and his fascination with growing old.
aya gloomy is the tokyo alt-pop star who's got us feeling happy
In the first part of a series we profile eight of the most exciting new musical artists from around the world. First stop, Tokyo.
how noah centineo became the internet's boyfriend
Noah opened up to i-D about his plans for the future and his latest Netflix rom-com, 'The Perfect Date', which is destined to make the world fall in love with him all over again.
cruising in seoul with cottweiler
As the only international brand showcased at Seoul Fashion Week, the London-based elevated everyday reality wear label reimagined its autumn/winter 19 collection on an entirely Asian cast.
talking about sex with emma mackey
Emma Mackey is the breakout star of Netflix’s hit comedy-drama 'Sex Education'. She talks Maeve, season 2, and what it feels like to be beamed into the homes of 130 million people worldwide.
how slowthai became britain’s most subversive crossover act
With the mood of the nation permeating his upcoming full length debut, What’s So Great About Britain? slowthai proves himself as an artist both of his time and for his time.