a celebration of new york's new generation of creatives
For The Post Truth Truth Issue, Mario Sorrenti and i-D Editor-in-Chief Alastair McKimm shoot a portfolio of the artists, musicians, activists and creative minds redefining how we see NYC.
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why davide sorrenti’s photography is still so powerful today
Get an exclusive look at unpublished work from Davide Sorrenti, as the late photographer’s niece, Gray Sorrenti, discusses his legacy with ‘See Know Evil’ director Charlie Curran.
shaun king wants real justice
For The Post Truth Truth Issue, the activist and journalist got on the phone with District Attorney Audia Jones to discuss the task of making America a fairer place to live.
we went to paris and had a party with tyshawn jones
The Supreme-approved skateboarder signed a super limited edition hardback version of our new issue. Get yours here! 👀
here’s how you can get your hands on a hardback copy of i-D
We’ve made a book, guys!
come see some of the best photography from i-D at belfast photo festival
A feast for the eyes, tbh.
timothée chalamet in conversation with harry styles: the hottest actor on the planet interviewed by music's most charismatic popstar
To mark the release of Beautiful Boy, Timothée Chalamet and Harry Styles talk politics, social media and modern manhood.
arsun sorrenti is the new york teen resurrecting vintage rock
Listen to his impressive debut single, White Light, right here.
mario sorrenti on those unseen portraits of ex-girlfriend, kate moss
In this week’s episode of i-D podcast, Fash-ON Fash-OFF, we’re joined by iconic photographer Mario Sorrenti to discuss his new book, Kate, a collection of portraits of a young Kate Moss.
from kate moss to skate kitchen: the best things to watch, see and do this week
Get your indispensable gui-De to leisure action, with our culture highlights of the week.
mario sorrenti shares 50 unseen portraits of ex-girlfriend, kate moss
These pictures would go on to inspire the Calvin Klein Obsession campaign that catapulted both photographer and model to superstardom.
check out these experimental beauty look on the 90s' hottest models
Featuring the likes of Kate Moss, Milla Jovovich and Kirsten Owen, take a look back to i-D's Survival Issue, from February 1996.