these female photographers documented 30 years of civil unrest in Italy
In the '60s, women like Paola Agosti and Letizia Battaglia took their cameras to the streets, immortalizing feminist demonstrations and protests in their images.
lisetta carmi was the first to document italy's lgbtq community
The photographer's 1965 series 'I travestiti' has been equated with the work of Nan Goldin.
giuliano calza unveils gcds beauty, its new and colorful project
“Nowadays, if a man wants to buy concealer he feels as embarrassed as a 14-year-old boy buying condoms at a pharmacy." GCDS' founder explains how his new makeup line altering gender stereotypes.
vìen brings 'buffalo gals' to milan
One of the city's most exciting young designers takes inspiration from the iconic 80s movement.
italy legalizes same-sex civil unions
After three decades of campaigning, Italy makes a step in the right direction towards equality.
finding beauty on the slum beaches of sicily
Mauro D’Agati has been photographing the young Marzia and her family for the past eight years, revealing the hidden world of Palermo vegetable sellers.
premiere: casa del mirto, reflex
Clear your mind as you drift away to this beauty of a track.
meet manchester's new imaginary outsider girl group whyte horses
Originally conceived as an imaginary band, Mancunian record collector and label owner Dom Thomas dreamed up the idea of an outsider girl group playing in a Mexican church. Recruiting a few musically-inclined friends, Whyte Horses was born.
dressing the duomo: pucci celebrates sixty years of made in italy
Marking sixty years of 'Firenze, Hometown of Fashion', this week Emilio Pucci clad the Florence Baptistery in their trademark scarf. In town for Pitti Immagine, i-D visited Laudomia Pucci at her palazzo.
Anders Christian Madsen