the sounding off issue
A decade of i-D covers: Frank Ocean, 2017
Back in 2017, the generation-defining artist shot two covers and a 32-page portfolio for i-D, and contributed an essay about peace, love and Szechuan sauce.
Naomi Campbell: "I'm open to criticism because I'm a work in progress"
Introducing the final cover star for The Get Up Stand Up Issue. The model, the myth, the legend (the Gemini, the YouTube star, the lawyer...)
Motherlan are changing the face of Lagos skate culture
Tyler Mitchell heads to Nigeria to shoot the city's most exciting group of young skaters.
Megan Thee Stallion: "I'm not a fake person. I'm not a character"
Introducing the first cover for The Get Up Stand Up Issue! Welcome in a hot girl winter with Megan Thee Stallion, interviewed by Jeremy O. Harris.
Jeremy O. Harris
tyshawn jones is skateboarding's new superstar
He's the Skater of the Year, the face of Supreme, has a line of signature Adidas trainers and now he's on the cover of i-D. Meet the coolest skateboarder in NYC.
kevin abstract and shia labeouf in conversation: "if all this was over tomorrow, i’d still have those people"
Kevin Abstract talks intimately with close friend Shia LaBeouf about the fruits of their group therapy sessions.
how losing everything saved FKA twigs
“I knew that my life was about to fall apart. Everything that I knew, all my stability and everything I was attached to... was about to fucking go.” Read FKA twigs's first interview in nearly three years as she discusses her new album here first.
palace’s ralph lauren collaboration is the best thing to have ever happened to fashion
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The Radical Issue
see the full comme des garçons cover story here
Celebrate Rei Kawakubo’s creative resistance in this Mario Sorrenti-shot editorial starring captivating new face Adut Akech.
throwback to the new old techno
Ahead of World Unknown's Easter Special, Ian McQuaid explores how the club night harks back to rave's utopian dream.
is brawn the first true step forward for male body positivity?
After IMG Models made headlines with the announcement of its new ‘plus size’ men’s division, we weigh up what it could mean for equality and diversity.
how a new generation of performers are redefining black british music in 2016
As new cultural landscapes are being formed online, Ian McQuaid investigates shifting perceptions of what black British performers can say and play.