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straight ups

photographing the beautiful faces of tokyo

"Tokyo is the place where dreams come true." Dutch photographer Lotte van Raalte travelled to Japan, and captured a few of the capital's modelling stars.
i-D Staff
1.30.18
Culture
Culture

woman srsly is the new dance platform challenging gender bias within the performing arts

For too long female dancers and choreographers have been denied agency over their own bodies, overlooked in favour of their male counterparts. British dancer and choreographer Grace Nicol founded a collective to challenge this.
Violet Conroy
1.29.18
Fashion
Fashion

he's not heavy, he's my brother

Keeping things in the family, Selena Forrest and her brother Robert get behind Zoë Ghertner's lens for the latest issue of i-D.
i-D Staff
1.29.18
Culture
Culture

rod stanley on creating political zine good trouble

“Good Trouble is a really powerful cultural weapon that’s much needed in these dark and weird times, there’s nothing else like it that I know of”, says artist Peter Kennard.
Georgie Wright
1.25.18
Features
Features

not in our name: images dedicated to a future that does not rely on bombs

As we celebrate Peace Week, we throw back to a selection of images from our 2003 Action Issue. Curated by i-D co-founder Tricia Jones, it features some of our best loved contributors and collaborators, as they share their ideas and thoughts on peace.
i-D Staff
1.25.18
Fashion
Fashion

five predictions for hedi slimane’s céline

We’ve had a few days to digest the shock news that Hedi Slimane is going to Céline. But what will the empire building designer do in the house that Phoebe built?
Jack Sunnucks
1.24.18
Music
Music

pinky pinky are the rising queens of l.a. garage rock

The California three-piece premieres Hot Tears, the dreamy lead single from their upcoming sophomore EP.
Alexandra Weiss
1.24.18
peace week
peace week

what did the women's march actually achieve?

The value of street demonstrations can often seem intangible, but for these women, the sea of pussy hats and feminist solidarity changed their lives forever.
Sophie Wilkinson
1.22.18
Fashion
Fashion

john galliano unveils first men’s collection for maison margiela

Familiar wardrobe staples were elevated almost beyond recognition in a parade of subversion and metamorphosis.
Steve Salter
1.19.18
Fashion
Fashion

martine rose celebrates her tenth anniversary by revisiting her classics

From beer towels to rave flyers, Martine takes us on a nightlife odyssey for autumn/winter 18.
Felix Petty
1.19.18
Fashion
Fashion

meet the man who has recreated helmut lang’s iconic nyc store in paris

Athens-based archiver Michael Kardamakis has joined forces with international showroom DSMR to take us back to a place and time in which Helmut Lang was at the peak of his powers.
Steve Salter
1.19.18
Fashion
Fashion

how london’s brightest menswear stars are getting it right

Fashion can be so derivative, but thankfully there’s a wave of London menswear designers that are carving out truly distinctive aesthetics. But in an industry shaped by mass movements, how is it done?
Billie Brand
1.16.18