why is street harassment such a part of french culture?
As awareness grows around sexual harassment and assault, France needs to move away from its local, ingrained macho culture.
how can fashion be decolonised?
Fashion is peppered with colonial remnants and narratives. How can its history and current culture be rethought?
the moroccan youth that daydream of france
Photographer Ilyes Griyeb captures the fantasies and realities of the young men of Morocco who dream of an escape to France: a promised land of supposed opportunity and glamour.
yacine aouadi’s multicultural couture
The former Olivier Rousteing protegee, and one of couture’s only Algerian designers, is opening up the insular world of haute couture to multiculturalism and modernity.
a new era of courrèges
Paris, fashion’s current epicentre of change, isn’t just launching new brands but reviving old ones too. Meet Arnaud Vaillant and Sébastien Meyer, the designers behind the relaunch of Courrèges.
safia bahmed schwartz deconstructs arab femininity in france
The French multimedia artist spoke to i-D about sex, the veil and womanhood.
isabel marant provides sartorial solutions for everyday situations
Isabel Marant has built a reputation as the go to designer for laidback Parisienne chic, as appealing to the Kardashians as to the art crowd in Le Marais.
10 things you need to know about tamy glauser
We sit down with Next Models’ new tomboy star and Vuitton fave to talk gender codes and vegetarianism.
paris’ loud & proud festival celebrates queer culture
Last weekend Paris played host to Loud & Proud, a festival dedicated to queer music, culture and fighting homophobia.
cécile di giovanni's urban totems
The French artist explores everyday items' relationship to violence in a new exhibition.
looking back on je suis charlie three months later
From social media to Paris Fashion Week, Alice Pfeiffer looks at how Je Suis Charlie continues to resonate.
could genderless fashion be going from utopia to daily reality?
We've may have boyfriend jeans but no girlfriend skirts, yet could this be about to change?