Move over Catholicism, Jewish drip is the new saviour of alt-fashion
Yentacore's signifiers are more subtle than the subverted Virgin Mary and crucifix iconography of past religion-inspired trends.
The young dancers preserving Washington DC’s Black culture
Nate Langston Palmer photographs a tight knit family of beat-ya-feet dancers coming of age in his rapidly gentrifying hometown.
Photos that capture what it means to be Soviet Korean
Wearing Uzbek-Korean label J.Kim, descendants of USSR ethnic Koreans speak on identity, community and redefining home abroad.
Photos exploring liberated identity in the Orthodox Jewish community
In a new series, Tel Aviv and Paris-based photographer Tair Adato navigates his queerness within the rigidities of religious ritual.
How real redheads feel about the latest viral hair trend
Copper tones are everywhere, but for many natural gingers, it meant years of rejection.
The indigenous artist helping women and non-binary poc reclaim their bodies
Gisela McDaniel's colorful paintings explore identity, familial roots and colonial violence, redefining portraiture through healing.
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9 major new talents bringing bilingual music to the masses
Artists like Alice Longyu Gao, Anik Khan and spill tab are creating cultural space for immigrant communities like never before.
Meet the queer artists shaping Hong Kong's creative underground
Hong Kong's creatives on the challenges they've faced under traditionalism and increasing Chinese control, as well as their hopes for the future.
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Watch i-D's new film: what it's like to be an Asian American creative in NYC
Danny Bowien, Gia Seo, Jeannie Jay Park, Lumia Nocito and Masami Hosono talk identity, community and how to make it big while pursuing your passions.
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New York's Asian American creatives on the beauty and resilience of their community
Chella Man, Humberto Leon, Japanese Breakfast and more, tell us how the city's inspired them and their hopes for the future.
Olivia Laing’s new book explores the body as a site for political activism
'The Lonely City' author's new book, ‘Everybody’, traces the roots of intersectional identity politics.
Screwing with lingerie: these designers are making avant-garde undergarments
Fabian Kis-Juhasz, Freja Wesik and Niamh Galea are subverting lingerie to celebrate identity, sexuality, and trans and non-binary bodies of all sizes.