i-D Magazine

Music

6 Super-Rare Album Covers Designed By Basquiat, Warhol, Richter, and More

Tracing the history of modern art through iconic vinyl artwork.
Emily Manning
1.14.18
relationships

The Science of Breaking Up

Sometimes love hurts, but breaking up isn't all bad. One science and psychology writer shares what he learned after a painful personal experience.
Doug Main
1.4.18
environment

Fashion Creates More Greenhouse Pollution Than the Airline Industry

The plastic from our clothes is also causing more damage to the ocean than cosmetics.
Isabelle Hellyer
12.5.17
Music

How SZA Became the Definitive Sound Of 2017

i-D first met SZA in 2013. Newly signed and about to drop her third mixtape, she oscillated between suburban teen and R&B superstar. Now, four years later, having released her delayed but critically-acclaimed debut album, Solána Rowe has taken control.
Ryan White
12.2.17
movies

'Lady Bird' is Rotten Tomatoes's Freshest Movie of All Time

Greta Gerwig's semi-autobiographical stunner just set a new record.
Hannah Ongley
11.29.17
#metoo

Natalie Portman Could Share '100 Stories' of Sexual Harassment In Hollywood

"I’ve had discrimination or harassment on almost everything I’ve ever worked on in some way."
Isabell Hellyer
11.26.17
Music

The Dark Arts of the Pop Charts: How Music Superstars Sell Millions When No One Buys Albums

As Taylor Swift’s "Reputation" sells 1.2 million copies in a week — making it the biggest selling album of 2017 so far — we explore the rise of artists’ partnerships with brands, streaming deals, ticket bundles, and other magic sales tricks.
Alim Kheraj
11.24.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Making Sense of the Strange YouTube Unboxing Trend

Philosopher Jean Baudrillard can help us understand this odd online phenomenon.
Aleks Eror
11.24.17
Beauty

Glass Skin Is the Latest Korean Beauty Trend to Take Over the Internet

In the age of natural beauty and pimple empowerment, we still want to look like poreless porcelain dolls.
Hannah Ongley
10.23.17
street harassment

This Righteous Badass Has Been Taking Selfies With All the Men Who Catcall Her

Street harassment is never a compliment, but the men of #DearCatcallers have no idea that she’s shaming them—and that’s the problem.
Charlotte Gush
10.10.17
movies

The 10 Best Films to See In the Rest of 2017

Including plots on the 1967 Detroit riots, an aspiring kid rapper, and depicting a teenager's first queer romance, the best has yet to come this year.
Colin Crummy
8.13.17
Tattoos

Inside the Underground Subculture of Female Korean Tattoo Artists

Although tattooing is illegal in South Korea, these brave women sacrifice safety for art.
Tim Chan
6.13.17
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