Microsoft could save TikTok from Trump’s impending ban
OK boomers, not you coming to save us all.
How American Psycho predicted the capitalism, masculinity and chaos of 2020
20 years on, Mary Harron’s extremely prescient deconstruction of toxic masculinity on film is still alive and well in pop culture (and in the White House).
lydia lunch’s new book is a feminist snapshot of our times
i-D talks to the no wave icon about 'So Real It Hurts,' her relationship with Anthony Bourdain, and revolting against the political chaos.
from buffalo to beyoncé, designer edwin mohney is a master of subversion
We caught up with the CSM graduate to chat about his first NYFW show, where to wear his Donald Trump heels and whether his Beyoncé NDA has been lifted yet (it hasn't).
20 years later, is 'american history x' outdated or more relevant than ever?
The movie, which was revolutionary for its look at white supremacy in American suburbs, still resonates today — but where does it fall short?
matthew adams dolan's american dream
To coincide with next month’s much hyped release of the Sole Fury sneaker, Reebok celebrate the new American dream-weaving Matthew Adams Dolan in its #SplitFrom campaign.
everything that happened after taylor swift’s political endorsement
Conspiracy theories aside, the surprise resistance icon has had a powerful effect.
taylor swift finally broke her political silence
Look what you made her do.
rebecca traister wants women to stay furious
The acclaimed author talks to i-D about her new book, #MeToo, and the looming threat of Brett Kavanaugh.
when london trumped hate
On Friday the 13th of July 2018, 250,000 protestors took to the streets of London to protest bigotry and hatred. Ivan Ruberto went down to capture the beautiful chaos that unfolded, as we spoke to Owen Jones about the "Carnival of resistance".
does sacha baron cohen's 'who is america' work?
Or has the world has become too weird to be parodied?
will the hollywood walk of fame ever remove these alleged predators?
Photographer Robert Lang has profiled all the people whose stars should probably be taken off the map.