c-pop star cai xukun (aka kun) is about to takeover the world
i-D spoke to the Chinese phenomenon in the midst of a sold-out US and UK tour.
what we can learn from 10 years of luo yang’s photography
As a retrospective of her works begins its multi-city tour, we spoke the Chinese photographer acclaimed for her raw portraits of womanhood.
no, supreme is not collaborating with samsung
But a fake Supreme is, and technically it's legal.
coach brings a 70s groove to shanghai
The iconic brand delivers a lesson on how to show in China.
next season’s must-have isn’t a handbag, it’s a conscience
What does the Dolce and Gabbana China scandal say about the future of the fashion industry?
dolce and gabbana issue an apology to china
After intense condemnation from the fashion industry and many high-profile Chinese celebrities, the pair have posted a video apology to the brand’s YouTube channel.
yang zhang spent decades capturing china's underground music scene
In the 80s and 90s, as the government cracked down on dissident, Chinese youth found an outlet for their anger in rock and heavy metal. Photographer Yang Zhang captured the nascent scene in all its revolutionary spirit.
surreal photos of strangers and lovers in a paris hotel
No. 223 (aka Lin Zhipeng) took over the Hôtel Grand Amour for three days, capturing models he found on Instagram — "All Asians. And older than 18!" -- in playfully erotic posts.
the fashion awards 2018 will celebrate 100 of the world’s most exciting next gen talents
As the British Fashion Council announces NEW WAVE: Creatives, i-D exclusively reveals the 20 China-based creatives.
ai weiwei says authorities demolished his beijing studio without notice
The space is where the artist created some of his most provocative works.
portraits of chinese twins recreating their most intimate childhood moments
At 16, photographer Greg Lin Jiajie moved to New Zealand, while his identical twin brother remained in China. Here, they return to the place of their childhood, in an attempt to bond after years apart.
Greg Lin Jiajie
feng li captures the dark absurdity of chinese street life
By day, the Chengdu-based photographer shoots pro-government propaganda as a civil servant.