the voice of a generation issue
reimagining romance with photographer oliver hadlee pearch
Modern love is rubbish. But these photographs, styled by Francesca Burns for i-D's The Voice of a Generation Issue, are not rubbish.
a trip through sun-soaked ghana with photographer kyle weeks
For The Voice of a Generation Issue, photographer Kyle Weeks and i-D's Senior Fashion Editor at Large Ib Kamara team up to celebrate the raw and authentic style of Accra, Ghana.
is fashion really the world's second worst polluter?
While the popular myth about fashion pollution was recently debunked, the moral obligations for the industry to be accountable for its output has never been more important.
what does it mean to be a man in 2019?
Once didactic and restrictive, the definition and parameters of 'masculinity' are more fluid than ever. For The Voice of a Generation Issue, photographer Sam Rock and i-D Senior Fashion Editor Max Clark uncover a new, modern, fresh take on manhood.
vivienne westwood and greenpeace talk staying angry and finding hope
John Sauven, executive director of Greenpeace UK, took a starring turn in Vivienne Westwood’s recent climate protest catwalk spectacular. We got the two in conversation to hash out our impending ecological apocalypse.
welcome to the golden age of drill
There are no government grants, no youth clubs, no mentoring schemes. The sound of drill is coming from kids carving out independent labels and production houses on their own and often in the face of police interference.
tyler mitchell shoots teen dreams and prom queens
For The Voice of a Generation Issue, photographer Tyler Mitchell and i-D's Fashion Director Carlos Nazario team up with hair stylist Jawara and make-up artist Susie Sobol on a beautiful story about powerful hair and beautiful faces.
politics for young people by young people: meet teenage mp athian akec
The future of British politics belongs to figures like Athian, the 16-year-old Youth MP for Camden taking the old guard to task to tackle the root of knife crime in the UK: austerity.
tim walker captures charles jeffrey at a career turning point
When Charles Jeffrey presented his joyously self-referential autumn/winter 19 show back in January, it felt like the end of one thing and the start of another. Where the Scottish designer goes next will be an awfully big adventure.
nothing about us, without us: 50 years of stonewall
On the 28th of June 1969 a spontaneous riot outside the Stonewall Inn in New York City sparked a seismic change in gay liberation. Fifty years on, the elders of the SAGE LGBT advocacy group have a new fight on their hands.
lucia pica: “what even is an imperfection?"
When did make-up become about rules and guidelines? Chanel’s Global Creative Make-up and Colour Designer Lucia Pica overthrows the old beauty regime to present a more liberating approach to face painting.
emily driver: the kiwi model closing prada
We meet Emily Driver, the model of the moment from the New Zealand countryside, on a trip to London a few weeks back.