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For an independent documentary about Brazilians in America.
June Canedo finds home in documenting daily life in Brazil and the American South
The photographer's new book ‘Mara Kuya’ is shaped by her memories of both countries.
Channelling the diverse spirit of a modern New York City with Awake NY
After a decade at Supreme Angelo Baque is creating, with Awake, clothes and images which reflect his community, one united by a desire to change things for the better.
selah marley, ana kras, and fatfemme model telfar's shopping bag
Telfar celebrates the relaunch of its iconic Shopping Bag with some of his closest friends.
‘neu neu’ is a magazine for (and by) young black creatives
Alexis Noelle Barnett tells i-D about making the empowering fashion publication of her teenage dreams.
joyful photos of black female bike crews
New York-based photographer June Canedo returned to her hometown of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to document the women of color staking their claim to a historically white male culture.
exclusive: a dolly parton-inspired campaign from gauntlett cheng
Photographer June Canedo captures her mom in cowgirl style.
barragán crafts clothes from chainmail and 90s pop culture
How New York-based, Mexico-born designer Victor Barragán went from playing with his food to outfitting FKA twigs.