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Photography

Unearthed Photos of Paris's Trans Community in the 1970s

Photographer Jane Evelyn Atwood's latest book helps to rediscover Paris' energetic Pigalle district.
Louis Dabir
10.10.18
right-to-die

Meet the Woman Who's Picked Her Own Death Date

"I don't want someone else deciding for me whether I'm ready to die or not. I'm not a child anymore—I know what I want."
Estelle Dellaire
9.19.18
Photography

Why Fashion Can Be Vital for Some Refugees

"I think that if you're badly dressed, everyone sees you as just another refugee."
Anna Topaloff
8.7.18
Royalty

This Guy Is Trying to Bring Back the French Monarchy and Become the King

We headed out for a day with Louis “King Louis XX” Alphonse—a direct heir to the obviously defunct French throne—and his supporters.
Bruno Lus
7.27.18
Clubbing

I Went to the 'First Nudist Club Night' in Paris

I highly recommend getting naked in a nightclub—as long as everyone else is, too.
Quentin Monville
7.20.18
The 2018 FIFA World Cup

We Watched the World Cup Final in Kylian Mbappé's Hometown

The World Cup's young star was raised in Bondy, a poor suburb north east of Paris.
Manon Walquan
7.16.18
The 2018 FIFA World Cup

Photos of Paris Partying After France's World Cup Win

Sunday's match was France's second win in 20 years.
VICE Staff
7.16.18
Culture

A Black-Only 'Black Panther' Screening Has White People Crying Racism

We spoke with a member of Mwasi, the French Afro-feminist collective, about their controversial screening of the movie and the racial dialogue it has stirred up in France.
Christelle Oyiri
3.21.18
Photography

These Are the Most Beautiful Basketball Courts in the World

From New York and Kampala to Paris and Manila—photographer Kevin Couliau documented the planet's prettiest places to play basketball.
Flamen Keuj
10.5.17
Photos

Heartbreaking Photos from the Life of a Hoarder

Photographer Arnaud Chochon spent a year with Jean, a 60-year-old hoarder whose house is cleaned out once a year, for health and safety reasons.
Glenn Cloarec
6.7.17
New Neighbours

On Fleeing Egypt and Studying Filmmaking in France

The repression of my homosexuality and the brutality of the Egyptian regime pushed me to leave Cairo forever.
Ahmed Sleiman
6.1.17
French Election

How the French Media Turned Emmanuel Macron Into a Presidential Candidate

A sociologist explains what he thinks French media has to gain if the centrist candidate wins.
Ludivine Bénard
5.6.17