mexico

News

carolina herrera accused of cultural appropriation by the mexican government

The brand is being called out for ripping off Indigenous textiles in its cruise 2020 collection.
Cheryl Santos
6.16.19
Fashion

opening ceremony brings the most exciting mexican fashion to the u.s.

i-D talks to Cynthia Cervantes and Travis Gumbs about their photoshoot for the "Year of Mexico" kicking off at OC today.
Jack Sunnucks
6.3.19
Tijuana: A Mexican Dream

two mexican photographers on finding beauty in a violent desert city

With a soaring murder rate and a growing migrant crisis, the young photographers of Tijuana, Mexico, have learned to find grace in unique ways.
Joe Zadeh
2.19.19
Tijuana: A Mexican Dream

an insider's guide to the underground music of tijuana

Apocalyptic techno, futuristic reggaeton and trippy shoegaze are just a few of the genres you'll find in Mexico's dangerous desert metropolis.
Joe Zadeh
2.19.19
Tijuana: A Mexican Dream

meet muxxxe, the third gender rapper from the streets of tijuana

The faceless artist makes thumping reggaeton, and has a reputation for performing live shows in the middle of the traffic jam at the Mexico-US border.
Joe Zadeh
2.19.19
Tijuana: A Mexican Dream

tijuana’s most extra characters discuss the city's queer nightlife scene

"If we don’t make some noise, who the fuck is going to?"
Cheryl Santos
2.19.19
News

dior’s ode to mexico

Dior invited eight female photographers in Mexico to celebrate the country that inspired its Cruise 2019 collection.
Ryan White
12.14.18
Fashion

meet the next generation of mexican designers

From power and submission to noise and silence, Monterrey's fashion design students sent a fury of diverse looks down the runway.
i-D Mexico
12.12.18
Fashion

5 latinx fashion brands shaking up the gender binary

These designers from Mexico, Argentina, and Peru know our future is genderless.
Diego Menchaca
10.28.18
modelos

six faces of tijuana that represent the new era of modelling in mexico

How these fresh faces are fighting stereotypes and diversifying the industry.
i-D Mexico
10.16.18
Fashion

this brand turns trash into luxury fashion

"It’s absurd to spend your money on something made of trash," says Sebastián Narbona of Novedades, "but it’s also absurd how much brands charge for their clothes."
Cheryl Santos
10.8.18
Art

these mexico city artists swapped lives for a whole month

Carla Escareño and Andrea Villalón have taken the saying "Mi casa es tu casa" quite literally — trading everything from furniture and food to pets and Spotify playlists.
Ellen Freeman
9.15.18
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