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News

why were kanye west, kid cudi, timothée chalamet and pete davidson hanging out last night?

You: H- i-D: My kings would never.
i-D Staff
1.31.19
Art

linder sterling: “revolt and rebellion has to happen some part in secret. today there’s this collective urge to share everything”

From underground artist to exhibiting her art on the underground, Linder Sterling has surpassed punk provocateur to become something of a national treasure. Ahead of her new show, we discussed a career working as a surgeon of British iconography.
Ryan White
1.31.19
Fashion

maria grazia chiuri discusses dior at the v&a

The house’s first female creative director reflects on the power and the glory of Dior.
Steve Salter
1.30.19
Culture

what’s really happening in chechnya right now?

The LGBTQ community is under attack and urgent action is needed.
Jake Hall
1.29.19
Culture

a new film exploring the hopes and dreams of gen z just premiered at sundance

Created by Jade Jackman and Irregular Labs in partnership with Gucci and Chime For Change, watch The Future is Fluid now.
Willy Ndatira
1.28.19
Culture

ted bundy: why are people stanning one of the 70s most notorious serial killers?

Ted Bundy has become the subject of both a Netflix documentary and a feature film, restarting a conversation on social media that has existed long before the internet -- the strange phenomenon of romantic or sexual fixation on celebrity killers.
Christina Newland
1.28.19
Culture

the best things to watch, see and do this week

Get your indispensable gui-De to leisure action, with our culture highlights of the week.
Matthew Whitehouse
1.28.19
Culture

fantasy is berlin's queer tattoo collective confronting toxic masculinity

The six person crew explains why art should be political and how being nice will change their industry.
Marieke Fischer
1.28.19
Culture

how 90s show 'smack the pony' led the way in feminist comedy

An absurdist sketch show paved the way for the likes of 'Broad City' and 'Chewing Gum'.
El Hunt
1.28.19
Culture

gay for play: how video games became a space to virtually explore queerness

As a newly-opened exhibition at Berlin’s Schwules Museum examines the queer history of video games, writer Jake Hall investigates the ways in which virtual worlds have provided an escape for young people the world over.
Jake Hall
1.25.19
Culture

emma mackey: the breakout star of netflix's ‘sex education’ on maeve, intimacy and season 2

We meet the actor behind the bad girl torn straight from a John Hughes handbook, catapulted out of obscurity and into the homes of 140 million people, all in the space of seven days.
Matthew Whitehouse
1.24.19
Film

'splendor' is gregg araki's forgotten ode to polyamory

The film is deeply radical in its own quiet way – a salute to the fun and unpredictability of sexual fluidity, alternative lifestyles, and existing on the fringes.
Adam White
1.24.19
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