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Culture

see photos from greta thunberg’s first climate strike in the u.s.

Hundreds of young people gathered outside of the United Nations to build momentum for the global climate strike on September 20. Here’s how you can join the cause.
Nicole DeMarco
9.3.19
Fashion

garbage ny is the fine jewellery brand turning trash into treasure

Meet the downtown designers making cheeky, sustainable charms out of recycled gold and silver.
Nicole DeMarco
7.29.19
Music

watch kaia gerber's music video debut in john eatherly's 'burnout'

The Public Access T.V. frontman tells i-D about going solo and shares exclusive behind the scenes photos from the shoot.
Christina Cacouris
7.25.19
Culture

mira mariah's tattoos help clients reclaim their bodies

"I’d be doing myself, my friends, and my peers a disservice to only be illustrating one singular image."
Nicole DeMarco
6.25.19
Photography

sabrina santiago captures the kinks, curls, and culture of hair

The New York-based photographer's latest portrait series celebrates diversity and individuality.
Nicole DeMarco
9.26.18
Culture

7 times I lived like I was in sex and the city

As the HBO rom-com-cum-generation-defining series enters its second decade, a millennial approaching her third looks back at how SATC has featured in her life.
Millie Milliken
6.12.18
Culture

the complicated economy of creative sugar babies

As rents rise in artistic hubs like New York City, young creatives are seeking alternate means of survival.
Erica Euse
5.23.17
Culture

new york’s #protecttranskids protest went from the stonewall inn to macy's makeup counters

New Yorkers made their voices heard — on the streets of the West Village, and in the cosmetics section of the Herald Square Macy’s.
Emily Manning
2.27.17
News

supreme’s new york metrocards have thrown stations into chaos

The golden ticket of 2017 isn’t making everyone happy.
Wendy Syfret
2.21.17
Culture

capturing 20 years of new york city activism, from aids to police brutality

Whose Streets? Our Streets!, a new photography exhibition at the Bronx Documentary Center, chronicles the urgent protest movements that unfolded in New York City’s streets between 1980 and 2000.
Emily Manning
1.17.17
Arts

an overdue celebration of ming smith’s surreal documentary photographs

In 1975, Ming Smith became the first black female photographer to be acquired by the Museum of Modern Art. Over 40 years later, the first major retrospective of her work opens today in New York City.
Emily Manning
1.15.17
Art

radiant human makes technicolor aura portraits of everyone from alexander wang to gang members

During her 10 day residency at the Whitney Museum, we meet the visual artist to talk about the vibrant, invisible energy that connects us.
Emily Manning
12.16.16
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