The Post Truth Truth Issue
shaun king wants real justice
For The Post Truth Truth Issue, the activist and journalist got on the phone with District Attorney Audia Jones to discuss the task of making America a fairer place to live.
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these photos will make you see stars
Take a trip all the way to the bright lights of the big top with photographer Theo Sion and stylist Max Pearmain.
how sterling ruby made the leap from art to high fashion
On the eve of his newest art show, Sterling Ruby looks back on his rural childhood, his storied career and his lauded debut fashion show.
we went to paris and had a party with tyshawn jones
The Supreme-approved skateboarder signed a super limited edition hardback version of our new issue. Get yours here! 👀
a celebration of alexander mcqueen
As the house prepares to present its SS20 collection, Sarah Burton discusses her creative process, nostalgia and the importance of British craftsmanship.
how indya moore fought through pain, and found liberation
The actor and model shares their mantra for queer survival.
yvie oddly is a beautiful weirdo
Since winning RuPaul's Drag Race season 11, Yvie Oddly's life has been transformed. For The Post Truth Truth Issue, she tells i-D about the wild ride and how she's ushering in a new, decidedly odd era of drag.
we've launched our own chat show! here's how you can watch it 👀
Hosted by i-D contributing editor Paloma Elsesser, this is The Squeeze -- let’s get into it.
how rapper chika oranika turned a kanye diss into a thriving career
The enigmatic rapper talks beauty standards, fatphobia and abortion rights with i-D's new Contributing Editor, Paloma Elsesser.
a celebration of modern beauty on the streets of istanbul
"Whenever I step out of the house I'm treated like a live bomb, everybody's wondering, but nobody gets close. I'm trying to tell people that everyone can wear anything."
rihanna tells us how she's going to transform the fashion industry
“The most important message is that this a line designed by a woman for women. It’s for women to feel their sexiest, their boldest, their most feminine, their most masculine, their 'most', period.”
i-d mobs dsm for issue signing with alastair mckimm and gus van sant
See Tyshawn Jones, Paloma Elsesser and 1,000 kids who came for the hour.