RuPaul's Drag Race
Sequins, selfies and Shea Couleé: colourful images from Drag Con UK
Photographer Heather Glazzard gets up close and personal with the crowds, while Drag Race Season 9 star Shea takes some time out from the madness to catch up with i-D.
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And I OOP is the well-deserved GIF of the year
Watch Jasmine Masters’ extremely pure reaction to the news of the award right here.
all the diverse performers you won't see on rupaul's drag race uk
While we're excited for the show, that doesn't erase the fact that the UK scene is *way* more interesting and inclusive than RuPaul could imagine.
is the uk ready for drag race?
Prepare yourself for niche 'Eastenders' references, because they are a-comin'.
yvie oddly is a beautiful weirdo
Since winning RuPaul's Drag Race season 11, Yvie Oddly's life has been transformed. For The Post Truth Truth Issue, she tells i-D about the wild ride and how she's ushering in a new, decidedly odd era of drag.
how violet chachki made the leap from drag to high fashion
Basically, she really is that bitch.
how miss fame became the darling of couture week
The Drag Race star dazzled at Iris Van Herpen, Gaultier, Margiela, Mugler and Miu Miu. This is how she made the jump from drag to high fashion -- in her own words.
what happens when reality tv stars are frozen in time
From ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ to ‘Love Island’, the rediscovery of old seasons of reality TV on streaming services can be both a blessing and a curse.
behind the scenes with some of the most iconic queens from rupaul’s drag race
Photographer Jonathan Daniel Pryce was given full access to shoot Violet Chachki, Detox and Kim Chi on their annual Werq The World tour.
capturing the contemporary drag scene
Read an excerpt from 'Alright Darling?', a new book by Greg Bailey featuring the biggest names in drag today.
what to expect from rupaul's drag race season 10
We're excited to see queens lip sync for their lives, not their legacies.
what rupaul’s problematic comments mean for the future of drag
RuPaul’s transphobic comments about Drag Race might have been painful to hear, but drag queen and activist Amrou Al-Kadhi argues the ensuing backlash has helped push understandings of drag and gender to a more nuanced place.