anthony vaccarello anoints la the new marrakesh
Saint Laurent's spring/summer 2020 menswear show drew on Mick Jagger's gender-fluid 70s style.
worn-tin's new album is full of psychedelic love songs and weird obsessions
The LA-based musician tells i-D all about being class clown, writing 'Cycles,' and his outrageous onstage antics.
how close to reality is velvet buzzsaw’s depiction of the la art world?
Netflix's Velvet Buzzsaw follows a classic horror film story arch where one by one arty people are brutalised in mysterious ways. But is it close to reality? Art critic Angella d’Avignon shares her thoughts.
What It's Like to Be a Teen Today!
what it's like to be a teenager in los angeles
It's not all parties in the Hills, young people in LA are supposed to have a conscience too.
how this self-taught producer is tackling music's male bias
We’re here for Callie Ryan.
taco’s quarter-life-crisis: “it’s time to think for myself”
Travis Bennett, perennial Odd Future team player, is officially off the bench. Now he's figuring out what his own future looks like.
the next gen of la creatives
As an LA native, it figures that photographer Richard Ramirez Jr. knows how to take a good shot of his fellow valley dwellers. He sent us some sun drenched snaps of his angelic crew, and we grilled them about what else is good in LA besides the $1 tacos.
the best young artist run spaces in los angeles
LA is paradise of youthful creativity right now.
l.a.'s rad latinx metalhead community, straight up!
Young Latinx metal fans on diversity, raging, and the Stateside return of Transmetal.
los angeles, straight up
Look beyond the bright lights and stereotypes of Hollywood and Los Angeles is a melting pot of cultures, creativity and community.
the i-D guide to los angeles
From relaxing to juicing, drugs to supermarkets, and yes, tacos and driving, lose yourself in the hyperreal beauty and surreal fantasy of Los Angeles.
the kids creating something truly special in los angeles
LA is abuzz with a new generation of skateboarders and activists, actors and rhymers. Dexter Navy travels to the heart of LA to celebrate the kids making the city their own.
Frankie Dunn, Matthew Whitehouse and Hattie Collins