10 things you need to know about Melbourne’s emo popstar, daine
Shaped by her local hardcore scene, this 17-year-old innovator is one to watch.
10 things to know about international woolmark prize winning label ex infinitas
From DMT inspiration to shooting with actors from Larry Clark's film, there's a lot to learn about this fast-rising luxury surf label.
there's a massive dior couture retrospective coming to australia
The huge 2017 show will explore the legendary French house’s relationship with the country.
video premiere: nearly oratorio, tin
The Melbourne artist shares a DIY visual for his latest hauntingly hazy release.
an iconic feminist mural has been defaced and removed in melbourne
After the Bomboniere to Barbed Wire mural in Melbourne's Northcote was defaced, we spoke to the local council about why they painted over the feminist messages left on the vandalised piece.
beyoncé's melbourne music video set is for sale
The shabby Brunswick, Australia pad featured in 'No Angel' could be yours.
meet the woman hijab-ifying fashion
Zulfiye Tufa wants to create modest clothing that doesn’t make the wearer look like “a piece of fabric walking around”.
marques'almeida go down under
Fashion’s brightest duo were recently in Australia talk industry hype, meritocracy, PSG Store and the eternal thrill of seeing a stranger on the bus outfitted in their signature ‘raw edge’. On a whirlwind trip to Australia, i-D caught up with the pair...
centre for style takes america
We speak to Matthew Linde of Centre For Style about curating fashion outside of the museum and creating one of fashion's uniquest ventures.
centre for style's messy fashion utopia
Part retail space, part gallery, Centre for Style in Australia is both a challenge and a joy to explore. i-D meets creator Matthew Linde to talk Tumblr, an upcoming book and staging shows in AirBnBs.
a sneak peek inside home girl zine
Ingrid Kesa explores the worlds of some of Melbourne's coolest ladies for her new, visually compelling project.
We go down under and head to Melbourne, to hang out with the city's brightest and most beautiful kids.