NEW YORK CITY

Fashion

Kristin Mallison’s tapestry corsets are a playful, punk take on femininity

The Brooklyn-based designer tells us about turning discarded furniture into viral wearable garments and her latest collection, ‘Le Jardin’.
Nicole DeMarco
11.19.21
Photography

Sex clubs, Studio 54, Central Park: A portrait of NYC in the 70s & 80s

The late Arlene Gottfried captured her city with effortless charm.
Miss Rosen
10.15.21
Music

Meet Gustaf, the Brooklyn punk band that want you to get up and mosh

New York's favourite art punk band on touring during the apocalypse and releasing their long-awaited debut album 'Audio Drag for Ego Slobs'.
E.R. Pulgar
10.1.21
Fashion

Commission’s SS22 collection is a deep dive into Asia in the 70s

The New York label expands its vision through a new deconstructed look.
Zoë Kendall
9.28.21
Photography

The rare Andy Warhol photographs on show for the first time ever

Fotografiska New York's new exhibit 'Photo Factory' contains some of the iconic artist's never-before-seen polaroids, hand-stitched photos and films.
Abigail Glasgow
9.27.21
Fashion

Dirty Magazine: Downtown New York's horny new fashion publication

"Our content uniquely communicates some key points: suck dick, carry Narcan, download Signal."
Beatrice Hazlehurst
8.25.21
Created with Betty on HBO

'Betty' season 2 focuses on growing pains and personal growth

We talked to skaters, artists, and designers in the Betty Community about their own journeys.
Caroline Thompson
7.16.21
Fashion

Marc Jacobs stages his comeback in New York

The designer's fast paced, colourful show was an ode to happiness, inspiration and creativity.
Jack Sunnucks
6.29.21
united states of i-D

Watch i-D's new film: what it's like to be an Asian American creative in NYC

Danny Bowien, Gia Seo, Jeannie Jay Park, Lumia Nocito and Masami Hosono talk identity, community and how to make it big while pursuing your passions.
Eda Yu
6.24.21
Photography

Vintage party photos from Cherry Grove, New York's hedonistic queer utopia

'Safe/Haven' explores the Fire Island community's history as both a party destination and refuge for 1950sNew York’s queer underground.
E.R. Pulgar
6.24.21
Photography

Kadar Small’s tender portrait of Black men ‘just existing’ in New York City

"My Brotha" documents everyday moments — at the barbershop or the basketball court — to overturn the hardened stereotype of growing up in urban areas.
Juliana Ukiomogbe
6.18.21
activism

Photographs from the Brooklyn Liberation action to protect trans youth

We spoke to the organizers about America's "state of emergency" fighting anti-trans violence and what liberation means to them.
Ashley Tyner
6.17.21
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