see how nyc students dressed for their first day of school
i-D photographed all the best looks at Parsons and The New School.
how these images of punks in london changed fashion photography forever
In this week’s episode of i-D podcast, Fash-ON Fash-OFF, we explore the origin of the straight up: a documentary style of photography that uses head-to-toe portraits to capture people in both real and imaginary situations.
the fiercest looks at afropunk atlanta, straight up
At Afropunk Atlanta's 2018 edition, guests expressed self-love and solidarity in bedazzled blue tulle and alien nipple covers.
this is mighty hoopla, straight up
Photographer Amber Grace Dixon accosted the coolest kids with the coolest looks at London's biggest, gayest festival.
the next gen of australian fashion, straight up
Sydney photographer Daphne Nguyen shoots the cool kids of Australian Fashion Week.
The straight up was invented by Terry Jones in 1980, published in the first issues of i-D. It's a head-to-toe portrait of someone looking good in their clothes with something to say.