meet the savage x fenty model campaigning for disability awareness
Haitian-American activist Mama Cax tells i-D about her journey to self-acceptance.
Gloria Maria Cappelletti
why we need more sober safe spaces for marginalized communities
If we want to get serious about intersectional mental health, we first have to create more sober spaces for QTIBPOC.
'hustlers' director lorene scafaria on capturing 00s style and telling epic stories of women
"There’s something really exciting about seeing women on screen letting loose in ways that most people never would, and seeing the complexities of it.”
how rapper chika oranika turned a kanye diss into a thriving career
The enigmatic rapper talks beauty standards, fatphobia and abortion rights with i-D's new Contributing Editor, Paloma Elsesser.
tyshawn jones is skateboarding's new superstar
He's the Skater of the Year, the face of Supreme, has a line of signature Adidas trainers and now he's on the cover of i-D. Meet the coolest skateboarder in NYC.
how losing everything saved FKA twigs
“I knew that my life was about to fall apart. Everything that I knew, all my stability and everything I was attached to... was about to fucking go.” Read FKA twigs's first interview in nearly three years as she discusses her new album here first.
a portrait of fashion now, by alexandra leese
For The Homegrown Issue of i-D, Alexandra Leese and Bojana Kozarevic capture the designs of the moment on a beautifully grey Hong Kong day.
frank and tyrone lebon give us a behind-the-scenes look at 'the beach bum'
The photographers were given an all-access pass to document Harmony Korine's latest film.
'young americans' is a document of new york's youth
Photographer Marie Tomanova's new book has an introduction by her hero Ryan McGinley.
meet the japanese rockabillies keeping mid-century fantasies of americana alive
Photographer Alvin Kean Wong captures the spirit of the rock and roll subculture.
is menswear the future of australian fashion?
The world is paying more attention to menswear than ever before, providing a wave of opportunity for Australian labels.
sabah koj has already made modeling history, but she's not done yet
In 2016 she was the first African model to open Australian fashion week, these days she's walking for Valentino Couture.