a taxonomy of the sad girl
From L.A. cholas to Tumblr teens, a close look at how sadness became a style.
young new york artist jane moseley is reclaiming her weirdo status
We talk to the downtown artist about scary movies, painting zombies, and finding the fantastic in the Romantic.
is shaway yeh china's avant garde answer to anna wintour?
As editorial director of one of China’s most respected style magazines, Modern Weekly, Shaway Yeh brings forward thinking fashion and culture to a notoriously straight-laced society.
MAC’s creative director james gager is still a make-up rebel at 70
MAC’s legendary creative director on ageing well and why drag queens make genius covergirls.
joana avillez drew lena dunham over 70 times
Don’t worry, they’re BFFs. The NYC illustrator talks eccentric clothes, fake nails, and Eloise.
does new york need men's fashion week?
Hot on the heels of the CFDA announcement that a New York Men’s Fashion Week is in the works for July 15, Alice Hines delves into the ins and outs of American menswear.
how to dress like a cool chinatown grandma according to sandy liang
Downtown fashion’s rising star taught us why bundling up is the new dressing up.
from hermès to homiés: a new exhibition examines the fashion of faking it
i-D gets up close and personal with the curator of a new exhibition at New York's FIT that explores the fine line between homage and copy.
from ck1 to maybelline great lash, we explore the power of packaging
We investigate the power of form over substance and how beauty products have been luring us in with slick packaging for as long as we can remember.
a miss tibet contestant takes new york
There’s nothing more cliche than talking about world peace at a beauty pageant. But when the pageant is Miss Tibet, you can’t help but see it differently. Even when the contestants are posing on a stage in bikinis and 4-inch heels while Katy Perry’s...