baby placenta serum and 7 other japanese beauty trends
From kiwi eye pads to Kawaii contact lenses, snail slime face masks to face lift corsets, Mancunian make-up maverick Lucy Bridge examines Japanese beauty trends.
partying in tokyo, talking raf simons and the american dream
We went for the good times and stayed for the Tokyo insider tips.
i-D meets: tokyo's genderless youth
We meet the Tokyo youth celebrating genderless fashion. Using make-up, clothes and Instagram filters, these young people are challenging international social norms and drawing on anime's fluid beauty standards.
meet the coolest kids from tokyo, straight up
Open your ears to the voices that get washed away in the hustle and bustle of present day Tokyo. You may find what you were looking for.
yoon on the evolution of the ambush universe
We caught up with the woman behind one of Tokyo's favourite fashion institutions to talk about stylishly taking over the world.
this is tokyo, straight up
No matter the trends that come and go, Tokyo's kids are always in style. Meet the latest generation shaping the city's eternally cool look.
dior homme takes tokyo with its first-ever mid-season show
Marking the launch of the Ginza Six store in Tokyo, last night Kris Van Assche staged Dior Homme’s first mid-season show in a huge event in the Japanese capital.
Anders Christian Madsen
maria grazia chiuri extends her dior haute couture collection in tokyo
Eight new looks were added to Maria Grazia Chiuri’s first haute couture collection for Dior as the designer took her show to Tokyo for the opening of Ginza Six on Wednesday evening.
Anders Christian Madsen
why juergen teller is working with students
As the photographer's new show creates a stir in Tokyo, i-D Japan caught up with Juergen to talk about what's driving him to work with the next gen (and it's not just because they call him Professor Teller).
drifting through tokyo with ami sioux
Ami Sioux documented Tokyo by asking 50 friends to draw a map of a place in the city that was important to them, and photographing what she found there.
a guide to the new tokyo underground
As part of their latest exhibition Japanese art collective Chim↑Pom gathered some of Tokyo’s most off-beat performers together and set them loose on the city. Virtually unknown overseas, here are the gritty talents hidden under Tokyo’s surface.
chim↑pom are raising a riot in tokyo’s red light district
Riffing on Tokyo's ever-transforming cityscape, So See You Again Tomorrow, Too? is the collective’s largest solo exhibition to date. The plot twist? It's all scheduled for demolition. We speak to Ellie and Ryuta about sex-workers, catching rats, and...