i-Ds Guide to Summer 2019
what it's like to rave on a greek island
See photos from the 'Nature Loves Courage' festival, which presents an alternative to the dark and gritty techno monoculture.
seoul celebrates 20 years of pride
i-D talked to some of the joyful and defiant attendees to find out why it’s so important to show pride in South Korea.
a new exhibition celebrates artists rejecting the gender binary
'Transamerica/n: Gender, Identity, Appearance Today' at the McNay Art Museum is a critical push for a more equitable and inclusive representation of gender and sexuality in the art world.
this exhibit examines how a new generation of artists remember stonewall
'Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall' features 28 LGBTQ artists who were born after the 1969 uprising.
why pop music is getting more queer
"Every time we see a push to the right politically — as we are seeing across the globe right now — it is preceded by a period of liberty, of advancement in civil rights, and of freedom of expression."
7 of elton john’s most iconic outfits
There is nothing the Rocketman couldn't bedazzle, feather, or otherwise glam up.
a guide to nyc's best drag shows during pride
Pay tribute (and tips) to the city's hard-working queens at these venues.
these beautiful paintings by kehinde wiley celebrate the transgender women of tahiti
His aesthetically impactful series focuses on the Māhū community, whose once-respected legacy was quashed by 19th-century Christian missionaries.
this exhibit celebrates rudi gernreich's 'fearless fashion'
i-D talks to the exhibit's creative adviser, Humberto Leon of Opening Ceremony, about how the groundbreaking designer inspired him.
dominique jackson on hosting nyc's pride parade, 'pose,' and how ballroom saved her life
She'll serve as grand marshal alongside Indya Moore and MJ Rodriguez on the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.
form festival is the desert's best kept secret
See Yolanda Leaney’s photo diary of the inspiring, immersive festival in Arcosanti, Arizona.
step inside these 'portals' to connect with diverse communities around the world
Shipping containers posing as 'Portals' allow you to FaceTime strangers in over 40 locations, from New York City to Tehran.