denim and florals reign as topman design goes 90s for fall/winter 16
Oversized, elongated, disheveled, and worn out, Topman Design was an homage to chill vibes.
the a-z of body image in 2015
They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and this week we’re looking right at you. Kicking Size Matters Week off with a big body positive bang, we discover the drama surrounding our bodies. From Drop the Plus and #curvy, to in betweenies and...
lucky blue smith's star is on the rise
You may think he sprung out of nowhere less than a year ago, but Lucky’s career has been leading up to this moment since he was discovered at the age of 12...
lou de laâge is the beautiful new face of french cinema
Superstar by name, superstar by nature, French actress Lou de Laâge is living the life she always dreamed of.
how the internet has given marginalized artists a voice
Internet artist Vanessa Omoregie talks to i-D about being young, black and female in a predominantly white male art world.
from sea nymphs to woodland pixies, prue stent’s nudes are totally surreal
We talk to the artist about sexuality, fertility, and the power of Mother Nature.
edie campbell is not like other models
We talk social media, beauty and brains, with one of the cover stars of the 35th Birthday Issue.
my i-D: supermodel josephine skriver speaks out on growing up as a rainbow baby
You may recognise Danish supermodel Josephine Skriver from magazine covers, campaigns for Gucci, Armani or DKNY (delete as appropriate) or pretty much any catwalk under the sun - take your pick. But what you might not know is that Josephine grew up in...
in defense of vloggers
Could the future of fashion be a democratic world of fashion fans talking to each other?
the truth about vlogging with michelle phan
In celebration of YouTube’s 10th anniversary, we are delving into the weird and wonderful world of internet vlogging. Meet the voices of the digi generation, who have been redefining fashion and beauty, one shopping haul at a time.
unpicking gender with the raw photography of jessica yatrofsky
The American photographer's new monograph, 'I Heart Girl,' is an unflinching and real look at the beauty of diversity and the female body.
are music subcultures losing their definition?
Today, the music we listen to no longer dictates the clothes we wear. In our consumer-driven, social-media obsessed society musical subcultures are in danger of losing both their definition and their ability to challenge the status quo. Tish Weinstock...