Sex Education's Asa Butterfield doesn't want to be famous
The British star of Netflix's hottest series sounds off on season two, celebrity and shunning the lure of Hollywood.
Meet the artist behind these cult T-shirts and zines
Cody DeFranco tells i-D about making his psychedelic screen prints and self expression through art.
Nasty Cherry are here to prove you wrong
The Charli XCX-formed band knows you're dubious, but on the release of their EP 'Season 1' they're already set for stardom.
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.
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Introducing Christian Alexander: The genre-bending singer representing the north of England
We meet the 22-year-old Preston-born musician to chat about his new record "Summer '19".
Haim: "With therapy and sisterly support, we've been able to get through a lot together"
As they release their latest song 'Hallelujah' this week, we meet the L.A. sisters to chat post-tour depression and the healing power of love.
This camgirl is tired of your sex worker jokes
Ahead of the release of her first book 'Camgirl', Isa Mazzei talks horror movies, sugar babies, shitty stereotypes and power.
Tei Shi takes us inside her dreamlike world on 'La Linda'
The artist's sophomore album finds her more self-assured and hopeful than ever.
jackson wang on embracing his flaws and breaking the mold
The GOT7 member delivers his most honest work yet with his first full-length album 'Mirrors'.
see powerful photographs of america's fringe communities
Hunter Barnes' series 'Outside of Life: Lowriders, Coolers, Bikers & Bloods' is underpinned by a desire to explore communal identity.
joesef is your new favourite glasgow sadboi
Get to know the musician ahead of the release of his debut EP, 'Play Me Something Nice'. It’s love and heartbreak spun into sonic honey.
linder is an androgynous brand finding beauty in the fantastical
Designer Kirk Millar tells i-D about reimagining boyish, prep school styles.