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From Marrakech to LA and NYC: Moncler’s SS21 collection is an ode to cities
i-D celebrates the urban spirit of the Moncler SS21 collection with an editorial by photographers Chicco and Tigre.
Inside Shanghai’s tight-knit skate scene
Four riders on how their busy city became China’s skateboarding mecca.
Huang Jiaqi’s photographs blur the lines between fashion, art and eroticism
See the Chinese photographer's self portraits shot for i-D.
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NYK is the Malaysian musician bringing his creative community together
His new album ‘Salt’ saw the Kuala Lumpur artist collaborate with local producers, stylists, directors.
How experimental looks became creative therapy for a Filipino makeup artist
Meet Slo, who explores the connection between beauty and mental health, and utilises extreme makeup looks as a form of self-care.
The young Japanese designers fuelling Tokyo's creative spirit
From Tomo Koizumi to Kozaburo, Tsukasa Kudo shoots the work of the fashion talents embodying the city's irrepressible energy.
5 Highlights from Shanghai Fashion Week
Designers from RUI to Mayali explored both our turbulent times and an inte
Filipino designer Jann Bungcaras wants more sustainability in the industry
He’s created quite the reputation for himself in the local fashion industry for only using recycled textiles.
NIKI is on a mission to reverse the underrepresentation of Asian artists
With the release of her debut album 'Moonchild' on 88rising, the Jakarta-born, LA-based artist cements her position as role model and future star.
These musicians are shaping China’s post-pandemic indie scene
A genre considered dead in the west is currently enrapturing the imaginations of millions across China. From Re-Tros to Chinese Football, these are the figures leading that charge.
Black Japanese youth discuss BLM and their experiences of racism
The East Asian nation is home to a sizeable Black diaspora, but the experiences of its members are rarely represented in Japan's cultural mainstream.
How Manila’s creative community is handling life under lockdown
Eight young Filipinos tell us how they've adjusted to spending more than half a year living under the country's tough (and ongoing) restrictions.