It’s time for people to work out their own way of living, against the system, or alongside it. Self-created groups. Invented families. Communes. Thankfully, amongst the world’s young fashion designers, Sarah Mower can already see this happening…
As the definition of family continues to shift shape, we are busy forming our own families, both online and off. Through activism, art collectives and club nights, we are searching for like-minded people to “fill the void”, proving that family today is less about flesh and blood and more about the family you build for yourself.
One of skateboarding’s most formidable young stars, 18-year-old Bronx-born boy Tyshawn Jones is destined for big things.
If one were to reflect on the defining models in fashion right now, Selena Forrest would surely be the first to come up. Here, the previous i-D cover star gets in front of Daniel Jackson's lens for The Family Values Issue.
Michael Pitt feels like a contemporary reimagining of Kurt Cobain and River Phoenix. From rock star to actor, he’s excelled at playing lost boys.
Rewriting the rules of American style, Gypsy Sport keep their eyes fixed firmly on the street and the inclusivity America currently needs.
Christelle Kocher is at the vanguard of a new generation of French designers ripping up the rule book.
Designer and photographer Gosha Rubchinskiy is adamant his references do not represent a political agenda. They are instead a reflection of the times we live in.
Inevitably as the broadsheets finally allow grime a seat at the top table, the streets have started bumping to a whole new sound.
For i-D's Family Values Issue, Karim Sadli and Max Pearmain joined forces to capture the beguiling faces of Sara Grace and Mckenna Hellam.
Walking in some of autumn/winter 17's biggest shows, homegrown talent Jean Campbell has ascended to dizzying heights over the past few seasons.
She’s idolised the world over, but to her daughter Coco Gordon Moore — a talented young artist in her own right — Kim Gordon is mum, confidante and best friend. These two are thick as thieves and it’s a beautiful thing.
Destiny Frasqueri, or Princess Nokia to you and I, makes music that’s rooted in the colourful pockets of New York City that raised her and is often inspired by the two women she’s closest to, Gia and Rafa.
This year, Kelsey Lu is going to win your heart with her enchanting sonic creations. Beautiful inside and out, her constant positive energy means she never fails to find hope in the hate.