Culture

Culture

campbell addy on how his generation is doing it for themselves

In this week’s episode of i-D podcast, Fash-ON Fash-OFF, i-D Fashion Features Editor Steve Salter is joined by one of the most exciting image makers working today — south London-born-and-based photographer Campbell Addy.
Matthew Whitehouse
11.2.18
Culture

everything to watch on netflix in november and december

It’s officially November, so prepare yourself for dark mornings, dark evenings, and cosy weekends on the sofa when you don’t want to face the weather.
Roisin Lanigan
11.2.18
Culture

12 important things we learned when harry styles met timothée chalamet

We broke down the best bits of Timothée and Harry's long chat.
Roisin Lanigan
11.2.18
Culture

why sadie dupuis of speedy ortiz published her 'sad girl poems'

The indie rock queen started writing poems during Speedy Ortiz's 2011 inception — but she hasn't shared them until now.
Nick Fulton
11.1.18
Culture

young new zealanders get candid about mental health

With New Zealand in the middle of a mental health crisis, we spoke to young Kiwis about their experiences.
Mitch Parker
11.1.18
Culture

tillie walden writes sci-fi space adventures about queer love

The 22-year-old's latest comic has an all-female cast — plus a nonbinary character and a male cat.
Emma Russell
10.31.18
Culture

capturing the contemporary drag scene

Read an excerpt from 'Alright Darling?', a new book by Greg Bailey featuring the biggest names in drag today.
Greg Bailey
10.31.18
Fashion

this intimate portrait series documents male models off duty

A world away from the fashion fantasies of catwalks and campaigns, Joachim Mueller-Ruchholtz’s ‘Portraits’ takes us inside the homes, hotels and everyday lives of male models.
Steve Salter
10.31.18
Culture

the people fighting to end knife crime in london

Kids are dying, the violence is being normalized. Youth worker and writer Ciaran Thapar speaks to those working to end it now.
Ciaran Thapar
10.31.18
Photography

the photographer inspired by degas's portraits of women

Alice Neale talks us through her latest work, 'Protect,' published by Claire De Rouen, and created in collaboration with stylist Isabelle Sayer.
Felix Petty
10.30.18
Culture

your selfies actually make you (post)human

In 'Faceworld,' theoretician Marion Zilio shows how selfies allow us access to previously hidden parts of ourselves
Micha Barban Dangerfield
10.30.18
Culture

'fear street' made a generation of teens afraid of their babysitters

With a film in development, we talk to fans of the iconic 90s books by R.L. Stine.
Adam White
10.30.18