Street, Sound & Style
street sound and style: episode eight supreme kids and online style
The final episode of our history of British style tribes examines the wavey garms obsessed youth of the late 2010s.
london calling: princess julia meets john lydon
Two people who know more than a little bit about street, sound and style are our own Princess Julia and Sex Pistols alumni John Lydon. Here, the two talk growing up in austerity, architecture and surviving airplane disasters…
street, sound and style: episode six skins and scooter boys
Our history of British style tribes looks at how skinhead culture morphed into scooter boys in the early 80s.
street, sound and style: episode five soul boys and casuals
Our history of British style tribes takes us to the terraces and Northern dancefloors of the 80s as we take a look into Soul Boys and Casuals.
the i-D guide to the music videos of the rave era
Hardcore… you know the score! Here’s eight awesome rave visuals from the 90s that you need to see. Grab your smily face t and get ready for a serious Smartie party…
street, sound and style: episode four b boys and acid house
The fourth episode in our history of British style tribes takes a look at London's B Boy scene and how Ibiza and acid house revolutionised youth culture.
street, sound and style: episode three grunge
The third episode of our history of British style tribes takes a look at grunge, and the fashion inspired by style mags in the 90s.
let's rethink courtney love
It’s easy to poke fun at the Hole singer, but that seriously undermines Courtney Love’s contribution to the cause. i-D heralds the sharp, outrageous, talented and flawed figure who may be written off as a rock star widow, but without who life would...
riot grrrl was about much more than music
A girl's club in a man's world is something we can get behind even if you don't like the music.
street, sound and style: episode two jungle and cybergoth
Our new, Ewen Spencer directed series, looks at the history of British music scenes and the styles they created. The second episode examines at jungle and the cybergoths of the 1990s.
clive martin and ewen spencer talk youth culture
Ewen Spencer didn’t like me calling him the David Bailey of Grime when I first interviewed him, but our relationship has withstood that.
how i fell in love with emo
One man’s journey to the land of guyliner and guitars.