parisian dj kiddy smile is queering the banlieues
Kiddy Smile is black, gay, the proud son of immigrants and remaking French house music in his image.
the first campaign for proenza schouler's pswl is a vivid ode to brooklyn
See Sasha Pivovarova shot against the sunset by Ethan James Green and Carlos Nazario.
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.
carlos nazario and ibrahim kamara join i-D’s fashion team
when two became one: inside pierpaolo piccioli's valentino
As the winds of change rage in the West, Pierpaolo Piccioli travelled east, to Russia, to spread his Valentino message of authenticity, individuality and diversity.
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meet selah marley and her beautiful family
The daughter of Lauryn Hill and Rohan Marley, Selah Marley has one of the best musical lineages in the world. Following Lauryn's surprise performance at Kenzo's Paris Fashion Week party last night, meet Selah's brothers and sisters, as the budding...
the models of the moment get in front of jackie nickerson's lens
Muted colours and bright faces, these are the industry's most in-demand models, styled by Carlos Nazario and shot by Jackie Nickerson.
history begins the day you are born
All together now! Oliver Hadlee Pearch and Carlos Nazario team up to shoot a cast including Alek Wek, Selena Forrest and Dev Hynes for i-D's Big Issue.
dev hynes has everyone under his spell
With his third offering, Freetown Sound, Devonté Hynes made his most accomplished album yet. Imbued with his own personal narrative, it also effortlessly appeals to the hearts of his many faithful followers.
hood by air and pieter hugo capture jamaica’s male porn stars and gully queens
PH & HBA is a stunning new photo book from the South African photographer and NYC fashion label.
this is new york, straight up
"The biggest issues facing young people? Not enough unity, too much vanity, barely any sanity." We ask what changes New Yorkers would like to see in the world, as Matt Jones shoots the city's inimitable street style.
tear up the gender rulebook and break down the binaries
Lea Colombo and Carlos Nazario travel across America to ask some of the brightest sparks of the LGBTQI community what identity means to them.
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