Ireland is more than the border
With the UK's general election on the horizon, photographer Sam Rock and i-D Senior Fashion Editor Max Clark shoot a portfolio of young Irish people with hopes and dreams and concerns and worries that have little to do with Brexit.
step on our throats, coucou chloe!
“Making music has allowed me to understand the complexity of my own emotions.”
Lafawndah is the multilingual musician who knows pop isn't a dirty word
“Different languages are better at expressing different things. French is playful and poetic, but Farsi is very extra. It’s really cool to be able to tap into different selves. I feel all of them.”
Deijuvhs isn't Soundcloud rap, he's post-genre actually
“I don’t know what the fuck it is. It’s just new age shit. We live in a generation where we’ve had so many musical genres before us that now everything’s just mashed up.”
vegyn just released your new favourite album
“People always wanna understand, you know? But I feel like it’s good to not understand sometimes... so if I can help confuse people, I think that’s a good thing.”
shygirl's music is sexy, south london asmr
“I love seeing emotions that’re considered to be taboo, the worst of us, and just being like: fuck it, I’m gonna explore that.”
it's all falling into place for ama lou
“You know when you’ve done a lot of behind the scenes work and start manifesting the future? I’m really excited to get things moving now and actually start doing what I was always supposed to do.”
the power of a protest tee
For The Post Truth Truth Issue, photographer Drew Vickers explores the often overlooked social and political power of our clothing.
what does it mean to be a man in 2019?
Once didactic and restrictive, the definition and parameters of 'masculinity' are more fluid than ever. For The Voice of a Generation Issue, photographer Sam Rock and i-D Senior Fashion Editor Max Clark uncover a new, modern, fresh take on manhood.
jess and reba maybury are fashion's favourite twisted sisters
Just one look at Jess and Reba Maybury’s ethereal faces is proof enough that there is a higher power. But not only a pair of pretty faces, the talented duo are creative polymaths and new subversive icons.
dilara findikoglu wants to change the world
Meet the young Turk rebel concocting fantastical fashion for otherworldly dreamers and fairytale queens.
matty bovan is brightening up london's fashion scene, from his studio in yorkshire
Designer, illustrator and make-up artist Matty Bovan is one of the most exciting talents on the capital's fashion scene, and an example of survivalist leadership emerging on the brink of the crashing old system.