LEVI'S THE 2020 PROJECT
The 2020 Project: E2 Spill
Visual artist, Shikeith, carves out a new future for black men through his art.
what do you really hear when asked ‘where are you really from?’
i-D contributors sound off on the loaded question and answer it on their own terms.
is fashion becoming gender non-binary?
The gender binary is being shaken up! i-D teams up with model and activist Munroe Bergdorf to unravel why the future of fashion is non-binary, as she gears up for a runway debut at London brand Art School's spring/summer 19 show.
CONIFA: The Other World Cup
VICE follows the CONIFA World Football Cup, a grassroots, non-profit, international football tournament for countries, de facto nations, regions and minority peoples not represented by FIFA.
Credit Card Scammers: Street Gangs on the Dark Web
VICE met up with a full-time scammer for a look inside the shady, lucrative world of stealing credit card info on the dark web.
Natasha Somalia: On Faith and Persistence
Despite discrimination because of her faith and the challenges of being a single mother, it hasn’t stopped Natasha Somalia from being a financially independent black muslim woman in the hair industry.
On Being Black, Muslim American, and Proud: Yasmine Yasmine
Yasmine faced bullying as a kid because she was Black, Muslim and wore a hijab but now an adult she uses her money and career as a fashion consultant to further embrace her faith and blackness.
VICE Money Shorts
Meet the man selling influence over his personal life decisions
This episode of Outliers follows Mike Merrill's communal decision-making platform, where investors can purchase stock that gives them voting power over Merrill’s choices.
Out Of This World
mykki blanco - out of this world: johannesburg's born free queer creatives
Out of This World follows Mykki Blanco as he explores queer culture in Johannesburg. Mykki meets artists, designers, models and dancers of the 'Born Free' generation, voicing issues of their sexuality, gender, identity and humanity.
Flip Book - Abdul Abdullah
Perth-born visual artist Abdul Abdullah unpacks his work and the messages behind. Abdullah talks about the political, personal and social implications of racial prejudice—of living as part of a perceived minority.
Creators Meets / web
Transcendence Through Comedy + Makeup | TCP Meets Miz Cracker
In Harlem, we visit drag performer Miz Cracker, who manages to make the subversion of gender and sexuality a truly entertaining and engaging endeavor.
The Australian Model Calling Out Fashion’s Size Hierarchy
Model Stefania Ferrario explains how she’s challenging the fashion world to #DropThePlus.