i-D meets sam smith
After contemplating giving up music altogether, i-D Meets Sam Smith to discover the musical and emotional inspirations behind his much-anticipated second album. We discuss his clubbing habits, body image and finding inspiration in loneliness.
i-D meets rina sawayama
Through her alternative take on Japanese beauty standards and "glittery cute" R&B sound, Rina Sawayama is the rising star redefining outdated ideas on what it means to be an East Asian model and musician today.
i-D Meets St. Vincent
During her recent trip to Australia, i-D spent the day with Annie Clark at the Sydney Opera House. Between exploring empty theatres, backstage secrets and quiet corners we caught up on the latest incarnation of her musical doppelgänger St. Vincent.
i-D meets charli xcx
In this episode of i-D Meets, self-professed 'imperfect' popstar, Charli XCX talks growing up on Myspace and subverting gender roles in her latest self-directed video for Boys.
i-D Meets London's Rising Fashion Stars
Shaking up the capital’s fashion scene from afar, these four designers are a non-compromising, multi-tasking collaborator of the creative resistance.
body positivity pioneer paloma elsesser
In this episode of i-D Meets, we get to know body positivity pioneer Paloma in London, before visiting a group of teenagers at a school to talk about how important it is as girls to surround yourself with strong female friends. Then we'll head to Bri
We head to the seaside with Brighton's Josie Millard for an intimate look inside the growing female skate scene.
Elle Fanning x Nicolas Winding Refn
Under the neon glow of Soho, we sat the provocative director down with his leading victim to dissect their creation.
Exploring London's DIY Zine Revolution
i-D meets the creative minds behind 'Polyester,' 'LAW,' and 'Mushpit,' three zines for the 21st century, born out of love, sweat, tears, late nights, and paper cuts.
i-D Meets Violet Chachki
Join us as i-D meets Violet Chachki, learns more about her beginnings in the scene, and goes backstage with her at Ru Paul's DragCon in Los Angeles.
Bibi Bourelly may be an in demand songwriter, but it’s her own music that will make the most noise.