Interview

Music

Rina Sawayama in conversation with Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova

A candid discussion about the state of pop music in 2020, Russia’s queer rennaisance and the importance of practising activism daily.
Sogo Hiraiwa
9.21.20
Culture

How tragic events in Japan shaped J-horror

Shō Miyake is the director of the truly horrific new Netflix series 'JU-ON: Origins'. Here he talks curses, real life nightmares and depicting violence against women.
RIE TSUKINAGA
9.17.20
Culture

Daisy Edgar-Jones: “It’s very real to what a relationship is really like”

The ‘Normal People’ star on her chemistry with co-star Paul Mescal, filming very real sex scenes and the pressure of playing Marianne in the adaptation of Sally Rooney’s beloved novel.
Britnee Meiser
4.27.20
News

Lauv wants to collab with Harry Styles

In the first episode of our new IG live series NOTHING TO Hi-DE, pop behemoth Lauv talks to us about lucky numbers, staying healthy and making music that people relate to.
Douglas Greenwood
3.12.20
Music

Meet ITZY the K-pop girl group taking over the world

Their self-love anthem 'DALLA DALLA' became the quickest video to reach 100 million views in K-pop history.
Carolina Malis
2.25.20
Culture

This vibrant art book is saying 'fuck you' to Asian stereotypes

New York-based model and creative director Lucia Yao Gioiello explores the complexities of Asian identity in 'FAR—NEAR'.
Emma Russell
2.24.20
Fashion

Gogo Graham's trans-femme label celebrates it's tenth season

Her AW20 collection 'TenkX' is comprised of sustainable evening wear and inspired by Japanese mythology.
Paige Silveria
2.21.20
Fashion

Inside the sci-fi fantasy world of Puppets and Puppets

How Carly Mark and Ayla Argentina’s artfully-minded, cult label became exactly what New York Fashion Week needed.
Nicole DeMarco
2.18.20
Music

LEYA is the ambient DIY duo making transcendental punk music

From collaborating with Eartheater to scoring Brooke Candy's porn film, LEYA are breaking the mold and shaking up the Brooklyn music scene.
Nick Fulton
2.18.20
Music

STEFA* is writing anti-fascist, postcolonial love songs

The experimental Colombian-American singer releases the video for their new single 'Fascist Love' exclusively on i-D today.
E.R. Pulgar
2.14.20
Culture

The Lighthouse's Willem Dafoe: "What happens when two men get trapped in a giant phallus?"

The Oscar-nominated star of The Lighthouse tells us why he's still obsessed with taking risks.
Douglas Greenwood
1.31.20
Culture

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.
Douglas Greenwood
1.20.20
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