In this episode of i-D Meets, we join the most modern of Soho’s flâneurs to explore his artwork, fashion design and delve a little deeper on this modern polymath.
In the second of our Global Street Style documentaries, i-D crosses the border into Scotland to meet the young people carving out Glasgow's underground scene. Discontent with the current political climate, they are artfully rebelling, reclaiming the city and throwing after-hours parties in office blocks, warehouses and abandoned spaces. We meet candyfloss-coiffed Mobo, the creator of a police-targeted after-hours party called Incognito, to discover the origins of the night, join a group of forward-thinking students at the Glasgow School of Art, and hang out with activist-skateboarder Fletch. In this love letter to inner-city Scottish misfits, we discover more about the ever-changing Glasgow skyline, and the ripple effects of regeneration on Glaswegian youth culture.
Philomena Kwao is on a mission to highlight the struggle that black women face to find make-up for their skin tone.
Grace Neutral explores how a new generation of female creatives are kicking against ideas of beauty and identity in Brazil.
In our final episode of Beyond Beauty, Grace Neutral meets the Brazilian women fighting for expression in challenging surroundings and the individuals leading the charge against male objectification, revolutionising beauty norms in the process.
In our second episode of Beyond Beauty, Grace meets a brave new generation of young black women challenging racial discrimination - redefining São Paulo's beauty ideals through the Afro Hair Movement and reclaiming their cultural identity.
In i-D’s latest series of Beyond Beauty, tattoo artist and activist Grace Neutral is back exploring individual expressions of beauty. This time Grace travels to São Paulo, Brazil to investigate the tensions between the mainstream beauty standards and alt