kira goodey's bespoke footwear is inspired by dragons and vaginas
The London-based designer's elaborate creations take on the virgin vs. whore dichotomy. They've made fans of Brooke Candy, Erykah Badu, and Britney Spears.
youth after grenfell, curated by juergen teller
In the following story, young people connected to the Grenfell community document their lives over the past few months. Taken from i-D's The Radical Issue.
skyping my old friend DJ boring about life now he’s famous
On quitting your shitty job, acquiring dedicated Instagram fans and getting revenge on your high school bullies.
9 queer activists on powering up the community
Brilliant LGBTQIA+ activists on the ways they create spaces and take action to liberate the community. We’ve come far, but, as Celine Dion once sang, there’s miles to go before we sleep.
l-vis 1990's new video is a "street fighter"-inspired house party
Ft. LA rappers Cam and China from Pink Dollaz, take a first look at the totally electric video for 'Cake.'
photographing the surprising intricacy of punk hairstyles
Derek Ridgers started taking portraits at London punk clubs after realizing the kids looked more interesting than the bands. As he shares the most iconic snaps from his archive, he tells i-D about counterculture hairstyles and why young people are just...
new gen, new geography: how london’s queer nightlife has rebuilt itself
London’s LGBT spaces are disappearing, leaving an underground queer culture to materialise in place of what had become a stagnant, homogenised scene.
remembering the nights before instagram with topshop unique spring/summer 18
“The fun behind closed doors and neon lights. You had to be there.”
björk to unveil new film the gate at free public screenings in london
A collaboration with filmmaker Andrew Thomas Huang, embroidery genius James Merry, and the whimsical Gucci designer Alessandro Michele.
david bailey shoots his favourite londoners for the latest issue of humanity
The iconic photographer shoots Kate Moss, Ronnie Wood, Damien Hirst and Sadiq Khan for his celebration of London creativity.
young londoners tell us about their vision for the future, straight up
It might feel like the end of the world as we know it, but it’s not over, not over, not over, not over yet. Here, photographer Finn Constantine hits the streets of the capital to hear the hopes and dreams of the young Londoners with the future...
what does london street style look like this summer?
We hit up a few cool kids on the streets of London, to find out what inspires them creatively.
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