from uganda to tokyo: meet the kids of the global climate strike movement

Students are rising up, rejecting complacency, and demanding the planet — and their futures — be protected. They're united in one of the most powerful youth-led movements the world has ever seen.
Clementine de Pressigny

munroe bergdorf opens up about facial feminisation

Ahead of the launch of her new Channel 4 special What Makes a Woman? the trans activist reflects on the politics of facial feminisation and the controversy surrounding her recent appearance on Channel 4’s Genderquake: The Debate.
Amelia Abraham
be good, be kind, be 2018

munroe bergdorf is reminding you not to let others define you in 2018

Be yourself and love yourself. The model changed the game this year and wants you to do the same.
i-D Staff

​catching up with slow fashion: safia minney's ethical fashion revolution

i-D speak with the People Tree founder as she celebrates 25 years at the forefront of the ethical fashion industry in a new book, Slow Fashion, collecting industry wisdom from Caryn Frankin, Zandra Rhodes, Lily Cole, Livia Firth and many more.
Charlotte Gush

cameron russell enlisted a supermodel army to wage war on climate change

Our generation gave us #BlackLivesMatter, #FreeTheNipple and #JeSuisCharlie, so why haven’t we called action against the imminent issue of climate change yet? Model and activist Cameron Russell has gathered some friends to help spread the word…
Felicity Kinsella

nordic goddess of nature, björk is the voice of iceland

At last week’s Iceland Airwaves festival, we asked the iconic musician about her next album and discovered why her beautiful country needs your help.
Francesca Dunn

oomk is the feminist, activist art zine you need to read

The trio behind OOMK are inspired by the art of women and girls, making noise and their Muslim faith.
Charlotte Gush

​why did the tabloid press paint this anti-austerity campaigner as a violent extremist?

Ahead of the huge anti-austerity march in London on Saturday, we speak to Katya Nasim, a peaceful socialist campaigner branded a violent extremist.
Charlotte Gush

​china may allow ai weiwei to visit his london show

The authorities let him stage a show in Beijing, so the curator of his upcoming Royal Academy exhibition is hopeful.
Charlotte Gush