Features

Fashion

are dad trainers over?

And are we all bored of ugly fashion now?
Felix Petty
8.24.18
Fashion

other 90s gucci looks due a comeback

Style lessons from Tom Ford’s Gucci glory days.
Ryan White
8.24.18
the earthwise issue

070 shake is rap’s emotional new voice

Catapulted from New Jersey to international stardom after appearing on Kanye West’s new album, 'ye', we find 070 Shake across the Hudson and on the streets of Harlem, reflecting on a life-changing few months.
André-Naquian Wheeler
8.22.18
the earthwise issue

the quiet and mysterious work of kwaidan editions

Kwaidan Editions has only been going for a year, but Hung La and Léa Dickely’s fashion revolution has already seen them pick up a nomination for the LVMH Prize and the admiration of everyone in the industry.
Osman Ahmed
8.20.18
Fashion

what fashion creatives wore on their first day at college

Read these confessions, remember the dos and don’ts and let the classroom be your catwalk.
James Anderson
8.20.18
Culture

get a first look at i-D's earthwise issue!

Our fall issue is here.
Holly Shackleton
8.13.18
Photography

how to understand the power of a self-portrait with artist anne collier

In a rare interview, the American visual artist Anne Collier discusses her project Women with Cameras (Self Portrait) -- a collection of selfies from the past four decades.
Ryan White
8.10.18
Think Pieces

the importance of depicting “tucking” on screen for trans women

As the 2018 summer heat flares to record highs across the globe, the pressure to "tuck" explodes. For the first time, this simple act played out sensitively on screen in 'Pose'.
Sessi Kuwabara Blanchard
8.9.18
Photography

photographs of adolescence in small town australia

'Brunswick Heads' captures a group of guys navigating adolescence and masculinity by the local swimming hole.
Claudia Tilley
8.2.18
Think Pieces

ireland’s activists fight for free prep

The health of Ireland’s LGBT community hangs in the balance.
Brian O'Flynn
7.27.18
Fashion

a wing shya story from the archives

Wing Shya's photography is drenched in neon colours and alive with electric energy. For Throwback Thursday, we look back to his shoot for The Independent Issue, No. 222, August 2002.
i-D Staff
7.26.18
Think Pieces

satire isn't working

Sacha Baron Cohen’s new programme 'Who Is America?' only shows that the world has become too weird to be parodied.
Felix Petty
7.25.18