the young australian photographers capturing modern love
Humans love love. We talk about it, write about it, sing about it, think about it, and endlessly look for it. After all, it’s easy to get lost in it. What does it mean? Why is it important? Can it really save the day? During a period in history when...
this photo series captures what microaggressions feel like
Bryan Tang’s images explore frustration, prejudice, and internalized racism in Australia.
backstage at mbfwa: zambesi resort 18
New Zealand legends Elisabeth Findlay and Dayne Johnston have brought a little moonlight into their latest Zambesi offering, cutting their signature dark looks with splashes of mustard, sprays of sequins and pearlescent florals. Never ones to succumb...
the australian dream is young, sunburnt, and beautiful
In his first book, 'Australiana,' photographer Simon Eeles creates a national mythology for a new generation. i-D Australia spoke to him about it.
the producers of ‘girt by fear’ know what australian millennials are afraid of
GMO food, non-vegan options, no wifi — a new horror series explores what nightmares are made of in 2016.
elissa mcgowan makes clothing informed by rock formations
Despite all her recent success, the busy designer still can’t forget that pair of Jelly Shoes her mum wouldn’t buy her.
the slowing of fast fashion
As fashion moves faster than ever, several Australian labels are returning to a culture of custom fashion. By creating surprisingly affordable one-of-a-kind pieces they’re winning over customer loyalty, setting up safer business models, and creating a...
model mother tongue: Catherine McNeil
Catherine the greatest Australian supermodel of the age, first won a modelling competition in her home city of Brisbane at only 14 and has since travelled all around the world walking shows and shooting campaigns, and taken a couple of years off, and...