dreamy portraits of next-gen magic makers
Fusing the intimate and the otherworldly, photographer Daria Kobayashi Ritch focuses on the splendor of youthful vibrancy.
69: the non-demographic l.a. lifestyle brand of the future
We meet the anonymous designer behind 69, a brand "for everybody" built on Margiela-levels of obscurity.
empowering photos of skater girls of color
Adrienne D. Williams never saw skaters who looked like her. With "MS.RPRSNTD," she's bringing diversity to the L.A. skate scene.
meet the skaters, actors, and musicians of l.a.’s new generation
Los Angeles is abuzz with a new wave of activists, actors, and rhymers. Dexter Navy travels to the heart of LA to celebrate the kids making the city their own.
Frankie Dunn, Matthew Whitehouse and Hattie Collins
delfin finley paints young, black l.a. in obsessive detail
Ahead of his first solo show, the artist discusses his path in portraiture.
arthur jafa’s explosive, kanye-scored opus arrives in l.a.
We speak to the artist about Dave Chappelle, ‘Daughters of the Dust,’ and radical jazz, as his outstanding film ‘Love Is The Message, The Message Is Death’ begins its run at MOCA.
sterling ruby and the apocalyptic nature of los angeles
He's collaborated with Raf Simons, is a muse to Calvin Klein, and is known for making bleached denim canvases. Now, the Los Angeles-based artist Sterling Ruby is showing a new exhibition at the Vito Schnabel Gallery in St. Moritz, featuring work...
l.a. band the buttertones on their new sounds and vintage style
We premiere ‘Matador,’ the newest video from the five-piece’s forthcoming album.
the best documentaries about los angeles
"OJ: Made In America" won an Oscar for its in-depth excavation of the trial of the century, but it also whet our appetites for more Los Angeles. So here’s your guide to the City of Angels, told through its best docs.
hermès goes downtown in LA
i-D spoke to menswear designer Véronique Nichanian in the City of Angels.
Anders Christian Madsen
l.a. pride will be a resistance protest this year
'Instead of a Pride Parade meant to celebrate our past progress, we are going to march to ensure all our futures.'
two friends remake 1986 play 'women of manhattan' to support planned parenthood
Actress and We the Women collective co-founder Nathalie Love discusses her how Los Angeles theater can benefit women’s reproductive rights today.
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