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One of the three founding members of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Khan-Cullors, discusses how the movement began and where it needs to go next.
celebrate the faces, frills and fun of molly goddard’s technicolour tulle-filled world
Photographed by Tim Walker and styled by Molly's sister, Alice Goddard, the limited-edition book, Patty, celebrates the fashion family behind one of London’s brightest of talents.
kanye, demna and now virgil: how ikea became fashion’s must have collaborator
In 2017, Balenciaga dropped an IKEA-inspired tote that almost broke the internet. A year on, and the Swedish retailer has become high fashion’s hottest -- and most unlikely -- property.
how sophie radically changed the music industry
One of the most visionary producers of her generation, Sophie continues to test the boundaries within which electronic music exists. In a rare interview, she discusses queer spaces, fame and the importance of PC Music.
this 15-year-old photographer is shooting dreamlike portraits in his bedroom
Remember the name! Ninth grader Nico Daniels is taking mega photos from his makeshift studio in the suburbs.
the london blitz: why the city's fashion scene has never been better
These era-defining designers are ensuring London remains the most creative city in the world.
the reverberations of kendrick lamar’s win
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why the uk's rap scene is world-leading
To accompany i-D's cover story with Dave, Alasdair McLellan shoots four of the most exciting, incendiary and inventive new rappers right now.
an intimate look inside the mind of sza
As the thunderous noise around CTRL starts to fade, and her energy is pointed to the future, we asked SZA to tell us, in her own words, what now?
“i will take off my clothes, including my small thing” – takashi murakami on whether he’d ever pose nude for art
As his work goes on display as part of a group show at Foundation Louis Vuitton in Paris, we ask sometime Kanye-collaborator Takashi Murakami about art, Virgil and how to get paint stains off the carpet.
how the relationship between luxury fashion and streetwear is changing
Vetements are apparently going broke. There will be no more Gosha shows. And Virgil is taking the reins at LV. What’s going on?
cardi b won't be shaded for using a ghostwriter on invasion of privacy
And other things we learned at the rapper's intimate listening party.
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