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taiwanese street style keeps getting better, can you keep up?

Taiwan's capital is buzzing with ideas, energy, and brilliant style.
i-D Team
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capturing the inimitable style of afropunk 2017

Follow Adama Jalloh's lens through London's Printworks (and up the stairs to our BBZ x i-D: MY YARD installation), as we meet the young lovers and dreamers that made this year's Afropunk London so special.
i-D Staff

what does london street style look like this summer?

We hit up a few cool kids on the streets of London to find out what inspires them creatively.
i-D Staff

tbt: what did london street style look like 30 years ago?

We throwback 30 years to The Comic Issue, and remind ourselves that London's inimitable style has always been red hot. "Availability, accessibility, and adaptability! Let us run this past you: street-smart and cost-conscious with the reek of chic... In...
i-D Staff

photographing the red hot street style of são paulo, straight up

We took to the streets of Brazilian melting pot São Paulo, to meet the city's lovers, dreamers, and creators.
i-D Staff
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the coolest international street style from primavera sound 2017, straight up

A radiant blue sky, good music, and the ocean shoreline: Primavera Sound is one of the world’s best musical events, and we couldn’t have asked for a better stage to celebrate. We decided to take a stroll through the Forum over the festival's three-day...
i-D Staff

meet the coolest kids from tokyo, straight up!

Open your ears to the voices that get washed away in the hustle and bustle of present day Tokyo. You may find what you were looking for.
i-D Staff
Think Pieces

the secret meanings behind seoul's outlandish street style trends

Rebelling against the constrictions of conformity and uniform dressing, young Koreans are taking to the streets in extreme pastiched looks.
Tim Chan

this is tokyo, straight up

No matter which trends come and go, Tokyo's kids are always in style. Meet the latest generation shaping the city's eternally cool look.
Isabelle Hellyer

the editor of 'fruits' magazine on the rise and fall of harajuku

Shoichi Aoki, the editor of the pioneering Japanese street style magazine, sounds off on the future of Tokyo style.
i-D Japan

what the closure of 'fruits' magazine means for japanese street style

The legendary magazine publishes its last issue, citing a lack of stylish individuals to photograph. Where does this leave the state of street fashion in Japan?
Ashley Clarke

young londoners tell us about their vision for the future

Photographer Finn Constantine hits the streets of the capital to hear the hopes and dreams of the young Londoners with the future in their hands.
i-D Staff