Homemade rugs are the latest trend to blow up on TikTok and Instagram. Here we profile our favourite tufters flipping their hobby into a side hustle.
Watch the Grammy-nominated artist record the song at the not-too-shabby Geejam studios, Jamaica, last year.
Student halls across the UK are being put into lockdown, leaving thousands of freshers cooped up in box rooms, isolated from family, and watching sub-par online lectures. We go inside Manchester Metropolitan, one of the universities worst affected by the crisis, in search of signs of life – and of protest.
We put the sisters to the test.
Fluff is the Melbourne-based start-up giving the industry a make-under with their consciously curated products and no nonsense approach to sustainability.
Co-founders Acyde, Tremaine Emory and Brock Korsan team up with the streetwear supremo for a collaborative collection that references iconic '80s pop-culture moments.
Following a 90 day will-it, won’t-it speculation over Trump’s US TikTok ban, a rival app has welcomed an exodus of disenfranchised, renegade-dancing TikTokers. But how will this impact Triller’s hip-hop DNA that has traditionally elevated its Black creators?
The German label sits at the intersection of fashion and architecture, weaving silicone lace into contemporary fashion statements.
Are you a young, unpublished author with a story to tell? Chart-topping UK rapper Stormzy wants to hear it, and so do we. THE FACE is the competition’s official media partner for 2020.
Twenty-somethings across the world are sourcing homeware IRL to then sell through their DMs. Hit follow on our accounts from across the Atlantic.
The Moscow-based label is weaving fairytales into fantastical, upcycled silhouettes that range from patchwork crochet dresses, to itsy-bitsy crocheted tops.
Inspired by "ugly" fabrics and Central American Kandi ravers, founder Adrian Fierro Lara is on a mission to create an alternative future for his community, while supporting the local economy.
She has 11.5 million followers on TikTok and is dating one of the app’s swoon-worthy e-boys, Noen Eubanks. Now the Yorkshire teen is readying to up sticks to Los Angeles to carve out a space as YouTube’s Gen Z voice on beauty.
Imagined by 22-year-old Morenike Ajayi, this meme account curates outfits for the modern, post-lockdown woman with punchy, exposing captions to match.
The Oscar-nominated film that’s the new La Haine – but also, explains its director, so much more.
Prada’s new Re-Nylon drop is packed with sustainable pieces made from bits of ocean plastic. Yorkshireman Danny Lomas talks us through the coat that’s giving him superpowers and the “Prada bad boy” that’s set to save him 5p on the reg.
With a gold record for her monstrously streamed track Bitch from Da Souf, a cameo in the biggest music video of the year and co-signs aplenty, the 21-year-old rapper is poised for big things.
The 26-year-old south Londoner is making empowering tunes for all. Feel the self-love.
From buying shirts off random people’s backs to criss-crossing Europe’s thrift stores with his military sack, Ladi Kazeem does whatever it takes to find the rarest tees.
With gut punching vocals and her signature larger-than-life bubble ponytail, 18-year-old artist Griff is prepping for super stardom.