Kylie Jenner

Culture

the augmented reality artists behind your favourite instagram filters

That Snapchat fad that shows you what you look like as the opposite sex is just the tip of the AR iceberg.
Hatti Rex
5.17.19
Culture

these were the memes that defined 2018

The year is nearly over, so we’re chronicling the events of the past 12 months through the only prism that matters -- memes, hun.
Roisin Lanigan
12.5.18
Beauty

how fenty beauty took over the world

As the brand celebrates its first anniversary, we look back at how Rihanna’s beauty venture became so much more than just another celebrity endorsement.
Roisin Lanigan
10.4.18
Think Pieces

welcome to the era of celebrities interviewing celebrities

It’s not a good era, not gonna lie.
Roisin Lanigan
8.21.18
News

barack obama is calling for more women in politics because men get on his nerves

And everything else you might have missed in the news today.
Roisin Lanigan
7.19.18
Think Pieces

the problem with kylie jenner’s almost billion dollar brand

“America loves black culture and not black people.”
Georgie Wright
7.16.18
Think Pieces

should we really be celebrating kylie removing her lip fillers?

Maybe not.
Georgie Wright
7.11.18
Fashion

how gen z yellow took over your instagram (and the world)

In this week’s episode of i-D’s fashion podcast, Fash-ON Fash-OFF, we’re taking a deep dive into Gen Z Yellow -- the bright, squelching colour of the moment.
Matthew Whitehouse
4.19.18
Music

trippie redd on collaborating with his uber driver and what he would’ve named kylie jenner’s baby

We caught up with rap’s 18-year-old video game-obsessed boy wonder.
Frankie Dunn
2.28.18
Think Pieces

keeping up with the kardashians turns ten – we celebrate their great hits

A decade of Kardashian-Jenners.
Anne T. Donahue
9.4.17
Culture

a scientific investigation into why lift selfies are the best selfies

For starters, i-D basically invented them.
Georgie Wright
8.11.17
News

tupac's photographer is suing kendall and kylie

Despite the sisters' hasty apology for their misguided T-shirts, the photographer of the original Tupac imagery they used isn't letting it go that easily.
Briony Wright
7.10.17
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