teen sex, drug addiction, anxiety: tv show ‘euphoria’ wants you shook
It often feels provocative for the sake of it, but a brilliant performance by Zendaya grounds this grown up teen drama.
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how queer teens are using instagram’s ‘close friends’ function to open up
More and more of us are shunning the main TL, instead embracing smaller, safer spaces to discuss sexuality, mental health, and identity.
guitar music isn’t dead; these gen-z women are running it now
If the arrogance of male-dominated guitar music has left a bad taste in your mouth, these women are proving that the genre’s future is inclusive, exciting and worthy of your attention.
why are we so nostalgic about the problematic noughties?
If pop culture really did die in 2009, it was probably for the best.
conan gray is gen z's ascendant king of sad boy pop
With an online following in the millions and a penchant for angsty songwriting, 20-year-old Texan Conan Gray is about to make an indelible mark on the world of pop.
the musical genre is dead, gen z killed it
The rise of streaming services and Gen Z acts like Lil Nas X and Billie Eilish are heralding the end of emo, rap, and country as we know them. And bringing in something better.
why are we so bad at breaking up with people?
i-D explores the lack of authenticity and directness when it comes to dating and breaking up with people today.
we asked gen z for their thoughts on michael jackson
Following Dan Reed’s controversial documentary Leaving Neverland, debates about whether we should listen to Michael Jackson’s music have exploded. But what does it mean for his artistic legacy?
experimental, unisex label ‘collusion’ reveals 2019 collaborators line-up
ASOS hands over the reins to a new line up of coming-of-age-collaborators, all aged between 17 and 22.
this short film explores how destructive british drinking culture can really be
Lily Rose Thomas’s ‘Girl’s Who Drink’ challenges how we view problem drinking in young people.
collusion by asos is a gender neutral, coming of age line for gen z
Created by a collective of six young designers, models, artists and influencers, Collusion is designed by Gen Z, for Gen Z.
what does changing social media use reveal about the shifting anxieties of gen z?
Does migration to self-deleting media and trigger-happy liking mean that Gen Z are less anxious than millennials?