max records: where the wild things went
We first met Max Records as the wide-eyed child star of Spike Jonze’s beloved Where the Wild Things Are. Seven years on and back with a new film, I Am Not a Serial Killer, we sit down with the now 19-year-old to talk acting, ambition and his personal...
stranger things have happened: charlie heaton on finding fame
Following his breakout role in this year's biggest, strangest Netflix sensation, British actor Charlie Heaton discusses finding his inner self-belief.
sasha lane is on the cusp of adulthood and fame
Meet the streetcast star of American Honey as she discusses dreads, race and finding love in a hopeless place.
global youth: new york
As Matt Jones captures the imitable style and effortless cool of New Yorkers, journey to its vibrant streets as we meet the dreamers, lovers, fighters, and just the downright cool. Welcome to NYC.
this is new york, straight up
"The biggest issues facing young people? Not enough unity, too much vanity, barely any sanity." We ask what changes New Yorkers would like to see in the world, as Matt Jones shoots the city's inimitable street style.
for stella maxwell individuality is a must, not a maybe
Why walk when you can fly?
zoe kravitz discusses the politics of fame and racism in hollywood
Singer, actor and style icon, Zoë Kravitz, has emerged from her parents’ shadows and is fast becoming one to watch in her own right. Here she opens up to i-D.
10 things you need to know about georgia howorth…
Georgia made her i-D debut in the Coming Of Age Issue, apt, seeing as her mother was on the cover of the Grown Up Issue. Here's everything you need to know about a bona fide i-D family member.
lucky blue smith's star is on the rise
You may think he sprung out of nowhere less than a year ago, but Lucky’s career has been leading up to this moment since he was discovered at the age of 12...
a look of one's own
What's the biggest gender stereotype we need to overcome? We ask the girls, boys, girls who look like boys and boys who look like girls what needs to change in 2015.
age ain't nothing but a number
Follow Matt Jones’ lens into New York City’s youth. They’ve got fire in their bellies and love in their hearts and a look that makes life feel like a walk in the park!
together everyone achieves more
Joan Smalls moves to a Brooklyn beat.