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Balmain have used three computer-generated models for their new campaign. Why?
these 19 photographers are 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.
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Often stereotyped as completely white, we meet youth from across the world who’ve made Moscow home.
how virgil abloh’s louis vuitton changed everything about fashion
It was a moment unlike anything we’d seen in fashion before, because it was a moment not so much about fashion as clothes, but about finding hope and diversity and beauty in the world we live in.
every body type is permitted in marni’s collaged olympic games
Only Marni’s madcap creative director Francesco Risso could have the frow working out their core muscles on bouncing exercise balls as he presented his imagined Olympics for imperfect athletes.
is the “fenty effect” in the beauty industry a trend or real progress?
As more brands go out of their way to follow the cash cow that is Rihanna's Fenty Beauty brand, we ask if this new push for diversity will have a lasting effect on the beauty industry.
how instagram is redefining our understanding of beauty
From model Jazzelle Zanaughtti to trans activist Munroe Bergdorf, photographer Peter de Vito to designer Matty Bovan, we asked our i-D family how the social media platform is shaping the cultural conversation today.
the conflict of loving sex and the city when you’re not a straight white woman
As the show turns 20, we take a closer look at the different ways Sex and the City alienated many of its fans.
this is how you get a star on the hollywood walk of fame
For starters, you need a spare $40,000.
leyna bloom could be the first trans victoria’s secret angel
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