Depersonalisation and derealisation disorder leaves sufferers feeling like nothing around them exists – including themselves
In an atmosphere of massive mental health cuts, young people are turning to a new form of an old advice-giver – but when agony aunts experience a moment, what does it say about us?
With her own brand of ‘fetish rap’ and art hoe swag, Tommy Genesis embraces sexual self-reliance as artistic creed – she tells us why she’ll never be less than Awful
Azis was born in Bulgaria’s only women’s prison – ever since then the flamboyant musician has risen to the top and enjoyed an endlessly taboo-breaking career in his home country
Eternal Dragonz are a collective of Western-based, Asian-descended musicians and visual artists channelling their ‘AZN pride’
Instead of waiting for wider representation of PoCs within traditional art institutions, we speak with five artists creating (and thriving within) alternative spaces
The two electronic music pioneers sit down for a discussion about technology, the future, and the barriers to progress
From repping next gen supermodels to founding the world’s first plus size men’s division, the fashion-forward agency IMG is redefining what it means to be a model
When it comes to gender, we’re more progressive and accepting than ever – so why do so many intersex people still feel invisible?
Skate videos were Spike Jonze’s “gateway drug” to the world of movie-making. In this 2008 interview, the Being John Malkovich director and other skate-film legends discuss the enduring importance of the underground scene
With his former band finished and a child on the way, James Righton decamped to the south of France to start his new psychedelic pop project Shock Machine
‘I’m a concrete cupcake topped with meringue’: speaking from his batcave by the Seine, the designer lifts the lid on his SS16 vision of women supporting women