Kelis on 20 years of staying ahead of the game
Two decades after her debut album 'Kaleidoscope' dropped, the game changing artist talks exclusively to i-D about Pharrell, label politics and the record that made her.
Steven J. Horowitz
this guerilla gallery is taking art off stale white walls and into a harlem police station
Drawing a Blank is the exhibition breaking all the art rules.
The Radical Issue
jordan casteel's harlem portraits shine a magical light on black experience
“My intent is to highlight the magic of our existence as black bodies, and the physical spaces we occupy."
dapper dan’s iconic harlem atelier reopens in collaboration with gucci
The 1980s updated for 2018.
all custom everything
dapper dan is collaborating with gucci (and reopening his harlem atelier)
Turns out Daniel Day and Alessandro Michele are pretty tight.
a massive hip-hop museum is coming to harlem next year
Set to be 20 stories tall, the space will honour the groundbreaking genre’s history and most iconic acts.
celebrating the legacy of dapper dan from 80s harlem to the runway
Decades before high fashion embraced Yeezy and Young Thug, Daniel Day was creating wildly innovative mashups of hip-hop and high-end fashion out of his 125th Street boutique.
keith haring is getting priced out of harlem
Sixteen tenants have been forced to leave a Harlem communal living space that also houses a forgotten Keith Haring mural.
an intimate look at modern-day new york from ari marcopoulos
Make your mark in New York and you're a made man. With this in mind, the inimitable curator of subculture Ari Marcopoulos turns his lens to NYC.
this is new york, straight up
"The biggest issues facing young people? Not enough unity, too much vanity, barely any sanity." We ask what changes New Yorkers would like to see in the world, as Matt Jones shoots the city's inimitable street style.
talking politics at the beauty salon
A new exhibition at the Studio Museum in Harlem explores how women use their hair and nails to assert their identity.
Jessica C. Andrews
from goddess braids to platinum pixies, we explore today’s harlem beauty renaissance
Harlem’s style legacy didn’t end with the Harlem Renaissance. i-D discovers a new era in the New York neighborhoods beauty that draws from the past and looks toward the future.
Jessica C. Andrews