these photos capture madrid's club kids in the 80s
A new exhibition celebrates 'La Movida,' the experimental punk movement that emerged after decades of dictatorship in Spain.
lydia lunch’s new book is a feminist snapshot of our times
i-D talks to the no wave icon about 'So Real It Hurts,' her relationship with Anthony Bourdain, and revolting against the political chaos.
meet gap-toothed gucci muse and nyc punk frontwoman dani miller
She freakin’ rules.
photographing the unruly punk scene of 70s san francisco
In 'Kalifornia Kool', legendary photographer Ruby Ray shares the crazy stories behind the photos in her new book.
jordan is the original queen of punk
A new autobiography tells the fabulous story of Jordan, the one-named wonder woman who personified London’s punk scene in the 70s.
linder sterling: “revolt and rebellion has to happen some part in secret. today there’s this collective urge to share everything”
From underground artist to exhibiting her art on the underground, Linder Sterling has surpassed punk provocateur to become something of a national treasure. Ahead of her new show, we discussed a career working as a surgeon of British iconography.
these photographers documented new york’s legendary punk scene
From Blondie to the Ramones, i-D spoke to Roberta Bayley and GODLIS to find out just what made CBGB’s so special.
90s subcultures: where are they now?
What ever happened to the gabbers, the skinheads, the metalheads and the juggalos?
a guide to all the references in riccardo tisci’s debut burberry collection
Punk, passports and Peter Saville.
japanese punk band chai are redefining kawaii
The Tokyo band have grown tired of seeing beauty defined as 'long legs and big eyes.'
into the new york groove: how madonna's punky early years fuelled her rise to superstardom
If being punk is being free, is there any pop star more free than Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone?
raf simons wants us all to move on from our streetwear obsession
Have we reached peak graphic hoodie? The Belgian-born design genius returned to his second home — a Paris warehouse — to tempt us away from hoodies and T-shirts with his “diy meets couture, punks meets new wave” youthful revolution.