We caught up with the editor of MC1R, who's representing for reds around the world.
"What has genitalia got to do with the way you want to look?"
Mish Way of White Lung on how the kinderwhore aesthetic championed by grunge rockers like Courtney Love shaped her view of feminism—and why it's more important now than ever.
We asked fashion experts like Nick Wooster and John Varvatos if the guys delivered.
We talked to London's newest menswear star about race, gender, and sexuality, her love of poetry, and how a recent trip to Senegal inspired her spring/summer 16 collection.
I sat down with the menswear designer to get his take on the future of New York City fashion and the way our culture impacts the shit we wear.
By mixing sportswear with non-Western influences and utilizing fabrics usually designated for women, the label is helping redefine the way guys dress.
Part retail space, part gallery, Centre for Style is both a challenge and a joy to explore. i-D meets creator Matthew Linde to talk Tumblr, an upcoming book and staging shows in Airbnbs.
This could be the year we pull out our trucker hats again.
We talked with the talented menswear designer about becoming a New Yorker, working with Kanye West, and the future of menswear.
We talked with Jorge Cosano, the CEO of the men's e-commerce site École, about how dudes shop, the future of menswear, and the upside to capturing the male millennial demographic.
The answer is complicated, of course. But at its core, there's a simple idea: The talent in America—especially among the younger generation of designers—has hit critical mass.
For a short time in the 2000s, he transformed white trash culture and new money aesthetics into a coveted and desired fashion empire with Von Dutch and Ed Hardy.
New York designer Gogo Graham creates garments by the trans community for the trans community.
They traipse around Manaus in heavy black bodices and chunky black boots attracting the sun like a moody solar panel.
These girls have taken their eyebrow game to the next level.
Fashion blogger Wiwid Howat is breaking down stereotypes about Muslim women.
In 2012, Californian model Lauren Wasser lost half of her right leg after contracting toxic shock syndrome. Today, she's using her experience to inspire other women and take on the tampon industry.
It's hard not to feel extra guilty about the horrors of the meat industry when you're obsessed with grilling big hunks of steak.
Over the course of two decades, iconic streetwear brand Supreme has put out seminal collaborations and defined the look of a generation.
For the first in our Worn In series, we travel to downtown Johannesburg, where for the Skhothane, life is all about looking good and making money.
Before Amazon, Tinder, and Netflix, there was the mall. It was a place to shop, meet boys, and go see Clueless for the 99th time. Here's a fashion shoot dedicated to its glory days.
An Australian woman suffered a complicated leg injury. and now skinny jeans are bad.
I asked some of the best minds in our country to take a break from solving legitimate world problems to contemplate the feasibility of making a bikini out of worms.