how do we make sure diversity isn’t just a trend?
We investigate the issues raised in the wake of the Business of Fashion-Kerby Jean-Raymond scandal.
'dickprint' is the magazine fighting against the fetishisation of gay black bodies
Fed up with the narrow representations of gay black men in mainstream LGBT+ media, CSM graduate Kacion Mayers is breaking the mould with his decidedly NSFW magazine 'DICKPRINT'.
does the climate change movement have a class problem?
Environmental activism is frequently associated with the white middle class, but it's an issue that disproportionately affects working class people and people of colour. Without addressing that dissonance, the movement can't move forward.
finally, the climate change movement is embracing diversity
Traditionally, climate change activism has been associated with the white middle class. But today's teenagers are leading the movement towards a long overdue intersectional future.
new york fashion week was the most racially diverse yet
A new report found that autumn/winter 19 was the most diverse season of shows ever, but the industry still has work to do.
where to find foundations with legitimately inclusive shade ranges
Somehow, in 2019, this is still a problem.
pyer moss awarded 2018 cfda/vogue fashion fund
Kerby Jean-Raymond follows in the footsteps of Telfar Clemens.
campbell addy just shot nike’s cult tech pack collection
The south London-based photographer and his cast of faces, creatives and collaborators continue to challenge the old world order.
lana condor also cried watching 'to all the boys i've loved before'
The star of Netflix's enchanting teen rom-com is just like us.
will cgi models help diversity?
Balmain have used three computer-generated models for their new campaign. Why?
19 photographers making fashion's gaze more representative
After Beyoncé helped Tyler Mitchell become the first black photographer to shoot a Vogue US cover in its 126-year history, we celebrate a new generation of POC and LGBTQI image-makers changing culture right now.
how a new wave of models are championing ideals of beauty
In this week’s episode of i-D podcast, Fash-ON Fash-OFF, broadcaster Zooey Gleaves is joined by models Jordan Charles, Josephine Jones and Al Ly to discuss how the inclusivity of new bodies in fashion can provoke change.