The Post Truth Truth Issue
it's all falling into place for ama lou
“You know when you’ve done a lot of behind the scenes work and start manifesting the future? I’m really excited to get things moving now and actually start doing what I was always supposed to do.”
this is the sound of london's nu jazz scene
“We have a space which allows emotionality and vision and dreaming – with craft, practise, analysis, political discussion.”
mary manning's photography shows us what life can look like after patriarchy collapses
For The Post Truth Truth Issue, the artist sits down with Charlie Porter to discuss art, emotion and her creative process.
head to the hills with photographer stef mitchell
Over the hills and far away, Stef Mitchell and i-D Senior Fashion Editor-at-large Ib Kamara come out to play with this dreamy photo story.
delfin finley's intimate portraits of people of colour are transforming the artistic canon
"I want to represent every person of colour who must carry the weight of their violent history. I’m trying to look ahead, feel empowered to move forward, but never forgetting."
powerful photos from the frontline of the venezuelan migration crisis
Photographer John Guerrero captures some of the 5,000 people who leave La Parada every single day, embarking on a dangerous and harrowing journey for a chance at a better life.
new york label luar is all about pure street couture fantasy
For The Post Truth Truth Issue, the designer talks Hood By Air, growing up in Williamsburg and the importance of representation in fashion with i-D Contributing Editor Paloma Elsesser.
gus van sant on 30 years of work, instagram and jimin from bts
Fresh from shooting Zoë Kravitz for the cover of The Post Truth Truth Issue, we meet the iconic American auteur.
a celebration of supreme
Photographer Ari Marcopoulos and i-D Fashion Director Carlos Nazario capture the spirit of the beloved cult brand. It's a hypebeast dream come true!
shaun king wants real justice
For The Post Truth Truth Issue, the activist and journalist got on the phone with District Attorney Audia Jones to discuss the task of making America a fairer place to live.
these images capture modern masculinity at the barbershop
Photographer Maxwell Tomlinson presents a selection of enviously sharp fades.
these photos will make you see stars
Take a trip all the way to the bright lights of the big top with photographer Theo Sion and stylist Max Pearmain.