why are we so bad at breaking up with people?
i-D explores the lack of authenticity and directness when it comes to dating and breaking up with people today.
what's your side-hustle really costing you?
9 to 5 isn’t enough anymore: it’s 9 to 5 to midnight now. Anything less, and we start to feel an insidious sense of guilt.
the feminist comedians dismantling sexist ‘jokes’
From Hannah Gadsby to Ali Wong, a distinct wave of smart female comics are poking fun at the old guard of comedy and starting from scratch.
why we're all so obsessed with neon
In the era of 'fake news' and reality star presidents, neon is everywhere, allowing us to revel in the hyperreal.
are we pushing horror film actors too far?
Actors are putting their mental health at risk for movies that push the boundaries of fear.
the problem with ryan murphy's take on #metoo
No, you should not make a fictionalised show about the #MeToo movement.
the tired spongebob meme captures our cultural exhaustion
Why is Spongebob Squarepants so damn memeable?
march for our lives showed me why we should listen to the kids
“This march is not the end of anything, it’s the beginning of a revolution.”
brands celebrate international women's day, but they're still oppressing women workers
As fashion brands cash in on the women’s day hype with feminist slogan T-shirts, ethical label founder Sophie Slater of Birdsong asks who made those clothes, and who is making the money?
why we need to stop treating young designers as commodities
We live in a culture that glorifies youth, without supporting it. With VOID, 1 Granary are raising awareness to the real needs of emerging design talent and inviting the industry to start fresh conversations.
this righteous badass has been taking selfies with all the men who catcall her
Street harassment is never a compliment, but the men of #DearCatcallers have no idea that she’s shaming them -- and that’s the problem.
the legacy of princess diana’s 'fuck you' fashion
This week marks the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death, and with the avalanche of commemorative documentaries and conspiracy theories, it’s vital we don’t overlook one of her most important legacies: her sense of style.
Anne T. Donahue