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Music

how slowthai became britain’s most subversive crossover act

With the mood of the nation permeating his upcoming full length debut, Nothing Great About Britain, slowthai proves himself as an artist both of his time and for his time.
Matthew Whitehouse
3.18.19
Fashion

how streetwear became a uniform for progressive youth culture around the world

From Singapore to Lagos to Greece, a new generation of fashion outsiders are creating clothing that reflects realities and represents the progressive politics of 21st century youth.
Felix Petty
3.14.19
Fashion

fashion, brexit and british identity

How a generation of young designers are claiming and redefining Britishness as positive, progressive and inclusive in fraught political times.
Felix Petty
3.5.19
Fashion

the best of chanel by karl lagerfeld in i-D

As Chanel present the final Karl Lagerfeld designed collection, follow us into the i-D archive as we look back on some of his most iconic creations.
i-D Team
3.5.19
Music

becoming solange

Solange Knowles's vastly-anticipated new album, 'When I Get Home', is shaking the cosmos and defying boundaries. To celebrate, writer Stevona Elem-Rogers meets her in her hometown of Houston to discuss music, belonging, and becoming Solange.
Stevona Elem-Rogers
3.4.19
Fashion

daniel lee’s bottega veneta debut was more berghain than old céline

In the most hyped show debut of autumn/winter 19, Daniel Lee celebrated freedom, self-expression and sensuality at Bottega Veneta.
Steve Salter
2.22.19
Fashion

the girl next door: rebecca longendyke by alasdair mclellan

In her first shoot for i-D, breakout model Rebecca Longendyke gets in front of the inimitable lens of Alasdair McLellan.
Ryan White
2.21.19
Culture

no planet, no school: we spoke to the students behind the school strike

On 15 February, thousands of school students around the UK went on strike for the climate, and demanded to be heard. Here are their voices.
Clementine de Pressigny
2.21.19
Culture

lena waithe on 'boomerang' and being a young, black professional

Paula Akpan speaks to the Emmy Award-winning writer, producer and actress about her new TV series that explores ambition, success and the challenges young, black millennials face.
Paula Akpan
2.13.19
Opinion

the strange story of kim kardashian and her personal paparazzo

“Maybe if you had a fucking business that you were passionate about then you would know what it takes to run a fucking business but you don't.”
Philippa Snow
2.12.19
Culture

why are thousands of students striking from school?

All around the world students are ditching school to demand action on climate change. They know that we are facing a climate emergency, time is running out. i-D spoke to 8 youth activists from all over the globe, about why they're taking drastic action.
Clementine de Pressigny
2.11.19
Fashion

sabah koj has already made modelling history, but she's not done yet

In 2016 she was the first African model to open Australian fashion week, these days she's walking for Valentino Couture.
Rosie Dalton
2.5.19
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