the new fashion rebels issue

Fashion

why we need more designers like telfar

Telfar’s fashion isn’t making a political statement. He just thinks you should wear a dress if you want to wear a dress.
Jack Sunnucks
4.26.18
Music

why rina sawayama is no ordinary superstar

All singing, all dancing, Rina is your ultimate 90s popstar, reimagined for 2018.
Frankie Dunn
4.25.18
Music

how sophie radically changed the music industry

One of the most visionary producers of her generation, Sophie continues to test the boundaries within which electronic music exists. In a rare interview, she discusses queer spaces, fame, and the importance of PC Music.
Ryan White
4.23.18
Fashion

the london blitz: why the city's fashion scene has never been better

These era-defining designers are ensuring London remains the most creative city in the world.
i-D Staff
4.20.18
Music

why the uk's rap scene is world-leading

To accompany i-D's cover story with Dave, Alasdair McLellan shoots four of the most exciting, incendiary, and inventive new rappers right now.
Hattie Collins
Matthew Whitehouse
4.17.18
Fashion

these are the most exciting designers in new york right now

The city that never sleeps has woken up to a new generation of talent. Diverse, wild, inclusive and radical, New York fashion is making a brand new start of it.
i-D Staff
4.16.18
Music

an intimate look inside the mind of sza

As the thunderous noise around 'CTRL' starts to fade, and her energy is pointed to the future, we asked SZA to tell us, in her own words, what now?
Ryan White
4.13.18
Music

dave is leading the new rap revolution

On the cover of i-D's summer issue, we meet the Streatham teen breathing new life into Britain's rap scene and making his mom proud in the process.
Hattie Collins
4.12.18
Fashion

jazzelle: the model who changed the game

Jazzelle is more than a model. She's a movement. She's a rule-breaker. She's a fashion game-changer. i-D meets the break-every-rule alternative beauty icon.
André-Naquian Wheeler
4.11.18