INDIA

Beauty

the make up artists fighting back against india's skin bleaching industry

Light skin and the products used to achieve it have long been ingrained within South Asian culture, but a new generation are finally rejecting colourism.
Tom George
10.31.19
Fashion

do you know where your cotton comes from?

We want to know what's gone into our soup — why not our clothes too? A new film from Volcom explores the benefits of organic cotton.
Jack Sunnucks
4.22.19
Fashion

meet india's first trans runway model

Anjali Lama tells i-D about growing up in rural Nepal, her advocacy for trans rights, and being selected from hundreds to walk in Mumbai's fashion week.
Tasnim Ahmed
3.18.19
Culture

the women taking on india's sexual harassment problem

Pretika Menon's photographs of female musicians and rappers questions the practice known as 'eve teasing.'
Nadya Agrawal
1.7.19
News

india has made history by decriminalizing gay sex

The landmark ruling is being celebrated as a huge step forward for human rights in the country.
Roisin Lanigan
9.6.18
Culture

why is it still taboo for men to hold hands?

While male friends holding hands is stigmatised in the UK, in India it’s normal. Photographer Vincent Dolman captured men of every age on the streets of India, holding hands.
Georgie Wright
8.3.18
Fashion

if you're tired of london, you're tired of life

Tim Walker teams up with hot and cool young stylist Alice Goddard for a shoot on the streets of London, in its newsstands, and amongst its markets, for a celebration of the capital's diversity.
5.10.17
Culture

photographing the intimate, ordinary lives of india’s illegal lgbtq community

Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh's 'Delhi: Communities of Belonging' reveals the determination and diversity of LGBTQ Indians in a country where being queer is illegal.
Hannah Ongley
4.10.17
News

exclusive: how john alexander skelton brought his new collection to life

We premiere a new film from the exciting young menswear designer, showing the delicate and intricate processes that make up his bold creative vision.
Felix Petty
12.6.16
Culture

how snapchat is leading a domestic violence revolution in india

Snap Counsellors is the organization using the app to provide ultra private micro-counseling sessions.
Wendy Syfret
7.28.16
News

snapchat filters let sexual assault survivors share their stories anonymously

An Indian news channel's coverage of the Climb Against Sexual Abuse used Snapchat to let young women regain control over the narrative.
Hannah Ongley
7.11.16
Fashion

global youth: meet the young dreamers of delhi and mumbai

Follow Bharat Sikka's lens through the streets of Delhi and Mumbai, as we ask young Indians what their vision for the future of their country is.
i-D Staff
6.20.16
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