Heads up: Instagram milliners Benny Andallo, Puer Deorum, Creature Featur3 and Ed Curtis are spearheading an outlandish headgear renaissance.
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As Covid-accelerated tensions resurface between ancient frenemies Scotland and England, we ask five north-of-the-border FACE friends: is it time for your country to go solo?
THE FACE explores the weird and not-so-wonderful changes to daily life after a year on plague planet.
Three lockdowns in and pandemic fatigue in the UK has truly set in. But what are the lasting impacts of people staying home and switching off from online communication?
We asked the author of The Corona Crash, Grace Blakeley, who is rallying for young people to fight back against the powers that be.
A record six million UK adults were prescribed antidepressants last year for circumstances that one psychotherapist believes “drugs were never meant to treat”. But after a decade of government cuts to mental health services and three national lockdowns, what's the alternative?
Last year, colourful, amorphous rings from jewellers La Manso, Bea Bongiasca, Beepy Bella and Blobb were spotted on celebs and Zoom calls alike. As the world remains under the thumb of a health crisis, THE FACE explores how outsider designers providing nonsensical escapism will continue to dominate in 2021.
The Kiwi Rekords boss has united a new wave of producers who are determined to deliver feel-good bangers.
The xx member and freshly soloed artist shares a selection of emotional dance pop tunes.
2020 in review: In a year of lockdown and social distancing, millions have hit the street to stand in solidarity against injustices that pre-existed – and were made worse by – the government mishandling of Covid-19.
Tyrell Hampton’s new high-gloss photobook, China Chalet: Memories, immortalises the New York club-slash-restaurant that became a nightlife institution for over forty years.
The 22-year-old is turning heads with her sexually-charged R&B tunes. Listen to her latest horny track, Incognito, here.
After an 18 month hiatus, London-via-Lagos collective Vivendii are back with a new cyber-inspired collection of neck warmers, tees and bags all in honour of Tekken.
Bea Bongiasca’s made-in-Milan rings have wiggled their way into our hearts (and onto our fingers).
The producer, songwriter and singer talks horoscopes and that time she received eight birthday cakes in one day. Show-off.
Skip the salon with these ornate, in-your-face fingertip drips.
It’s been a tough year. The Aussie pop singer has gathered some tunes which capture the mood.
As students occupy an unused building at the University of Manchester, we speak to photographer Marc Vallée who finds precedent in the Millbank Tower protests a decade ago.
Get your kink on with designer Bei Kuo’s strappy enivoromentally-friendly smalls.
No reason to dress up? No problem. Zhoosh up your stay-at-home wardrobe with these alternative sweatpants suppliers.