what it's like to be 16 in NYC
NYC's post-9/11 generation tells us what it's like to be 16 in 2019.
respect your lgbt+ elders: 50 years of stonewall
50 years since the Stonewall Riots, we celebrate the generation who opened doors for NYC’s then-emerging LGBTQIA+ community, and discover the lasting effects of the resistance in 2019.
i-D meets: aaron philip
A short documentary detailing the challenges of being a disabled model with Aaron Philip, as she turns 18 in NYC.
Back In My Day
Two Generations of Models on the Evolution of Fashion
"I had to sit in a trash can...and have water poured on my head for 5 hours. But the pictures were amazing." A young, plus size model and an iconic fashion veteran discuss how the modelling industry has changed over the years.
what it’s like to be a 16-year-old in london today
We spoke to sixteen 16-year-olds about the issues affecting their generation.
how to plan a music festival with 88rising
i-D hangs out with 88rising, while the musical collective work on their first-ever music festival.
a guide to creating change in 2018
Britain’s young activists tell us how we too can become involved in our communities.
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.
rose mcgowan discusses dismantling hollywood while visiting a london farm
Rose McGowan was known as an actor who starred in the most hyped cult films, a glamorous star. Then she became known as one of the first to speak out against producer Harvey Weinstein. What’s more, she’s only just getting started.
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.
women test the internet’s scariest beauty products
Double chin remover, anti-wrinkle face mask, nose lifter, lip plumper... How far would you go for the perfect features?
meet the lgbt football team celebrating their identity within the beautiful game
There are no openly gay footballers at the World Cup so we caught up with Stonewall FC to find out if the beautiful game can ever change.