The New Worldwi-De Issue
Sarah Stedeford spent lockdown photographing the beautiful faces of Croydon
In her ongoing series of portraits, published for the first time in i-D, the photographer looks beyond stereotypes and mischaracterisations of the town.
9 new musicians to soundtrack summer 2021
From Irish popstar Lucy Blue to London rap enigma John Glacier and Seoul artist YonYon, this is your intro to the best new artists for summer 2021.
What your June 2021 looked like: Pride edition
From queer parties and Juneteenth parades to personal moments of resilience and growth, here's a snapshot of the world from last month.
What your May 2021 looked like
From Guangzhou to Guatemala, here's a snapshot of the world from last month.
Why is fashion so obsessed with rich people hobbies right now?
A harmless bit of Courchevel cosplay? An act of reclamation? Or a brazen celebration of social privilege? We investigate AW21’s most curious trend.
The fashion archetype is dead – Gen Z killed it
Remember Hedi-era Saint Laurent's smoky-eyed rock-chick? The Philo-phile architect? We explore what happened to fashion’s fictional muses.
What your April 2021 looked like
From Punjab to Puerto Rico, here's a snapshot of the world from last month.
In Pose, Angel Bismark Curiel found a family
The star of FX's hit series about New York’s voguing and ball scene reflects on the poignancy of the show's end.
Why do we love to pathologise normal behaviour online?
By reducing nuances of mental health to sweeping statements, social media might actually be leading to over-diagnosis.
How 2000s label Heatherette changed celebrity in fashion
The brash, shamelessly queer label upended fashion’s snooty relationship with fame, putting Naomi Campbell, Kim Kardashian and Anna Nicole Smith on the same stage.
Trans art is essential: 5 trans+ artists who refuse to be made invisible
“It is essential for the next generation of trans+ kids that we carve out as many routes through the world as possible.”
How Catholicism became alt-fashion's saviour
After cottagecore and dark academia, the 'cool-girl-gone-quasi-Catholic' is the latest reaction to the establishment's hijacking of edginess.