raf simons and fred perry are dropping vacuum-packed archive pieces across the world
It’s a celebration of their 10-year anniversary.
meet the break-out stars of spaceship, the british teen subculture film
Tallulah Rose Haddon and Lucian Charles Collier are the trippy kids of Alex Taylor’s debut film.
documenting the new age travellers, ravers, clubbers, and hippies of the late 80s and early 90s
Matthew Smith’s images, collated and soon to be published in new book Exist to Resist thanks to a Kickstarter campaign document the outsider youth movements of the end of the Thatcherism in all their mud-caked, pill-soaked bliss and righteous anger.
ken russell's teddy girls and boys
A new exhibition brings together the famed-director's historic images of the subculture in its prime.
capturing the teds: a classic of british documentary photography
Before rock ‘n’ roll, there was the teds. After rock ‘n’ roll, there was the teds. Chris Steele-Perkins captured them all.
the ultimate i-D guide to youtube's beauty subcultures
From cosplay and kawaii to the male MUAs shattering boring gender stereotypes, get familiar with the weirdly empowering world of internet beauty trends.
derek ridgers: punk then and punk now
The photographer opens up his punk archive from 1977 to shine a light on the scene’s incendiary early days.
meet the new guard of club kids defining beauty here and now
Subcultures are gone, but their legacy remains.
queer icon and activist dj sveta is celebrating 20 years of trying to change the world
Talking to the DJ about ignoring music’s LGBT heritage and why Australia should be proud of our integrated queer scenes.
all the young punks: the eternal style of subculture
From Margate to Blackpool, Owen Harvey has travelled the country documenting the world of modern-day Mods and Skinheads.
venus x changed new york and now she’s coming for the world, one party at a time
i-D caught up with the DJ and founder of GHE20G0THIK to talk culture, partying, misogyny and Rihanna.
a very colourful history of tie-dye, from woodstock to ‘wayne’s world’
How psychedelic DIY swirls became a symbol of the counterculture and a stoner staple.