love is the answer, whatever the question
A cinematic story of love, style, courage, family and friendship, shot by Oliver Hadlee Pearch and Carlos Nazario on the streets of Brooklyn, New York, capturing our cover star Adesuwa Aighewi.
artists respond to the one-year anniversary of trump's muslim ban
The curators of Before We Were Banned, a group art show opening in Bushwick tonight, spent this time last year protesting at JFK airport.
supreme comes to brooklyn, we photograph the best fan looks
i-D captures the excitement at the store's opening.
supreme's new brooklyn store features a giant skate bowl
The brand is officially moving off the L train.
are supreme opening a brooklyn store?
The world's most coveted streetwear brand is said to be moving off the L train.
morrissey is opening a pop-up shop at a brooklyn dog rescue
A fee and a percentage of the profit from the Mozfather's Bushwick MPORIUM will go to Sugar Mutts.
afropunk brooklyn, straight up
Follow Evan Browning's lens through Commodore Barry Park, as he photographs the cool kids at this year's Afropunk Festival.
an intimate look at modern-day new york from ari marcopoulos
Make your mark in New York and you're a made man. With this in mind, the inimitable curator of subculture Ari Marcopoulos turns his lens to NYC.
documenting 30 years of the lo lifes, brooklyn's ralph lauren obsessed crew
Bury Me With the Lo On is the first comprehensive history of the 80s crew’s evolution from local Ralph Lauren lovers to a global collecting culture.
a brooklyn teen skater shares his personal polaroid diary
Student photographer Zoran Seda tells us how getting creative for the first time by documenting his tribe of South Brooklyn skaters has made a positive impact on his life.
inside brooklyn's first trans theatre festival
As Brooklyn's first Trans Theatre Festival kicks off today, curators MJ Kaufman and Maybe Burke talk to i-D about shining a light on lesser-heard trans stories.
james blake announces new album with murals by roald dahl illustrator quentin blake
The two Blakes put The Colour in Anything murals up in London and Brooklyn this week.
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