a lesson in body positivity with prism designer anna laub
With fans in Rihanna, Beyoncé and Paloma Elesser, Prism swimwear has always been about one thing; body positivity. Here founder Anna Laub shares her notes on being a woman.
lgbtq youth are still searching for a home in jamaica
Queer acceptance is a complex issue in an island nation shaped by colonialism and complicated by US politics.
exclusive first look: grace jones ‘unmasks’ in bloodlight and bami doc
Director Sophie Fiennes followed Grace Jones for over a decade to make the film, which will launch at a special live event broadcast to cinemas across the country on 25 October. Check out the film poster exclusively on i-D.
photographer zoé lawrence wants to give a fresh perspective on life in south florida
Fresh from her most recent exhibition, TBH, which showed during Art Basel, we caught up with the artist to talk navigating the politics of gender and race.
hood by air transform photo book on jamaica’s male porn stars and gully queens into a capsule collection
Designer Shayne Oliver worked with photographer Pieter Hugo for the initial project, the fruits of which have come full circle, being printed on a new line of ultra long-sleeve T-shirt dresses.
video: first look at tanika and big tobz' sweetest thing
South London’s Tanika teams with Tobz on a sweet slice of dutty rock.
from roots to dancehall: beth lesser’s love letter to jamaica
We discuss the changing face of Jamaica's music scene with the photographer who was there capturing it.
join savannah baker’s adidas gyal dem
Tun up in Jamaica with Pum Pum Socks founder Savannah Baker as she collaborates with adidas on their first personalised pool slides.
ellen page joins jamaican pride flashmob
The openly gay actress attended the event in Kingston this weekend.
photographer boogie documents the darkest aspects of street culture
Serbian photographer Boogie isn't trying to change the world just document it honestly.
24 hours in kingston, jamaica
i-D photographer Stephanie Sian Smith spent 24 hours in Kingston. Here's what she saw and who she shot during her brief time in Jamaica's awe-inspiring capital city...
Stephanie Sian Smith
The straight up was invented by Terry Jones in 1980, published in the first issues of i-D. It's a head-to-toe portrait of someone looking good in their clothes with something to say.