william strobeck on his first-ever exhibition
The legendary skate videographer makes a 'Lovely Mess' at Milk Gallery.
daniel arnold’s photography is a never-ending experiment with vulnerability
The photographer talks being a “student of discomfort” and having his first solo show in New York.
shaniqwa jarvis’s new the north face campaign is for the kids of new york
The i-D contributor talks her recent collaboration with the outerwear brand, and why she owes it all to mum.
vaquera's surreal love letter to a changing new york
The designers' collection channeled the ups and downs of living in the center of the universe.
yaeji wants you to rave with her in a warehouse in brooklyn
The artist tells i-D about Elancia, her end of summer party featuring DJs Soul Summit, Papi Juice, Hot ‘N Spicy, and more.
see photos of new york hip-hop artists before they made it big
Janette Beckman spent the 80s and 90s chronicling rising stars like Salt-N-Pepa and Run-DMC.
why artists are finding a creative haven in detroit
The city's sense of space and diverse art scene has been idyllic for artists like Kearra Amaya Gopee and Pamela Council.
barneys has filed for bankruptcy
The iconic department store will close 15 of its 22 stores, and all but two of its outlets.
see the 100 rarest trainers in the world at this new exhibition
You can even buy a pair of them. Warning: They aint cheap.
meet the performers of house of yes, brooklyn's iconic sex-positive nightclub
"I feel like I can be my most authentic, eccentric, queer self, and feel beautiful and celebrated for it."
the artist illuminating new york's skyline with a live projection of earth
Sebastian Errazuriz's 'blu Marble' is a live stream from outer space, and a fitting reminder to look at the big picture.
the people shaping the fashion industry right now: part three
New York, New York, the city that never sleeps and a breeding ground for some of the hardest working and most talented young creatives in the biz. Here’s some of the best