9 dominican creatives on what identity means to them
They sound off on toxic masculinity in the community, Americanization, and celebrating their heritage.
the youth of tel aviv doing it their way
“What makes these people stand out is that they have chosen to go against the grain and be themselves,” says photographer Danny Lowe.
photographing the beautiful faces of tokyo
"Tokyo is the place where dreams come true." Dutch photographer Lotte van Raalte travelled to Japan, and captured a few of the capital's modelling stars.
future culture at sugar mountain festival, straight up
Sugar Mountain festival 2018 was host to Future Culture, a space of free expression celebrating art, music and ideas. Here's who we met.
the kids of mexico city, straight up
Amy Troost takes to the streets of Mexico City, to meet a generation of young Mexicans looking to change the world.
meet the raddest kids of venice, straight up!
These cool kids don't just spend their days skateboarding and soaking in the sun (although there is plenty of that). They're also fighting to make their voices heard.
the next gen of la creatives
As an LA native, it figures that photographer Richard Ramirez Jr. knows how to take a good shot of his fellow valley dwellers. He sent us some sun drenched snaps of his angelic crew, and we grilled them about what else is good in LA besides the $1 tacos.
meet the hong kong kids who queued for hours for the latest vetements drop
In celebration of Vetements’ flying visit to the city, we caught up with the crowd to chat through dream collaborators, their own personal love affairs with the brand and what they were hoping to pick up inside.
i-D presents robert mapplethorpe art after hours, straight up
Come inside the Art Gallery of New South Wales and meet some of the people who turned out for our night celebrating the new 'Robert Mapplethorpe: the perfect medium' exhibition.
these girls queued for six days to see harry styles
Teen girls from across the world have been camped outside the Hammersmith Apollo for the past week. It’s a Sign Of The Times.
6 japanese actors to watch
The next gen of Tokyo cinema talent talk personal expression and the biggest challenges they face.
the fearlessly expressive style of afropunk atlanta, straight up
Peyton Fulford photographed the best and baddest looks at Afropunk Atlanta. The festival's fiercest wore everything from Care Bear earrings to a handmade pink marabou suit.
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