exclusive: nathan westling's first interview
The model sits down with photographer Collier Schorr to discuss his identity, the process of transitioning and representation in the fashion industry.
steve lacy: musical wunderkind
Exclusive: About to drop a debut album unlike anything before it, Steve Lacy is the voice of a generation. Here, he finds a moment's peace in the Santa Monica Mountains to discuss a remarkable potential realised before turning 21.
greta thunberg by harley weir: meet the girl who changed the world
One girl’s utter determination to try and stop the greatest threat humanity has ever faced has set off a global youth climate strike movement. 16-year-old Greta Thunberg is the voice of a generation.
Clementine de Pressigny
erwin olaf: “I do not know if I am still ‘fresh’ with my ideas... and to be honest I do not give a fuck”
Currently in the midst of an international career retrospective, the iconic Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf talks us through 40 years of creating insurgent, inspiring imagery.
channel tres is in control
Continuing our series profiling eight of the most exciting new musical artists from around the world, we meet LA's all-singing, all-dancing, all-producing, Channel Tres.
photographing mumbai’s lgbt+ communities as india decriminalises homosexuality
Magnum photographer Olivia Arthur documents fleeting moments of solitude and tenderness amongst the maelstrom of Mumbai in poignant series, 'In Private/Mumbai'.
juergen teller: “i'm not interested in photography, i'm interested in how i can express my ideas and feelings”
As his new show aimed at raising awareness for the Demelza Hospice opens, Juergen Teller discusses the story behind this poignant photo series.
a portrait of fashion now, by alexandra leese
For The Homegrown Issue of i-D, Alexandra Leese and Bojana Kozarevic capture the designs of the moment on a beautifully grey Hong Kong day.
frank and tyrone lebon give us a behind-the-scenes look at 'the beach bum'
The photographers were given an all-access pass to document Harmony Korine's latest film.
smells like team spirit
Be a sport and look at this amazing fashion story by Lea Colombo and Ibrahim Kamara from our print issue.
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.
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.