The Rome-born artist has exhibited work across the world and crafted an alluring, lo-fi sound – all while experimenting with fitness and nutrition. Now, she’s balancing it with her increasingly busy day job: being one third of Bar Italia, the UK's most exciting new guitar band.
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The young Londoner spent two years, naked and blue, filming James Cameron’s epic sequel. This is The Way of Water, and the way of building an acting career from teenage dreams.
Issue 12: Introducing musicians Flowerovlove and Yunè Pinku, designer Freya McKee, artist Navinder Nangla, filmmakers Jonah and Stan, actor Sheyi Cole and TikTok sensation Nizzythakidd.
The London-via-Leeds artist has perfected her combination of neo-soul songwriting and sound system-ready beats.
This year, the irresistible North Londoner is set to act in Sky drama Then You Run and Disney+ rom com Rye Lane, all while moonlighting as a DJ and musician. Is there anything she can’t do?
After being selected for Future Academy, an initiative helping young people get into the creative industries, Cassandra Joseph and Sulay Kelly joined THE FACE to work on a six-month editorial project. They were so good we had to sign them as full-time team members. But their journeys are only just beginning.
The Brighton rapper went viral with his show-stealing verse on Tion Wayne and Russ Millions’ hit, Body. Now, he’s working hard to sustain the buzz.
The London artist has teamed up with Vegyn for her debut project, SHILOH: Lost for Words.
In the fifth of a week-long series, figures from music, art, food, sex work and education look back on a year that shook their fields. Here, the DJ, producer and label boss talks about keeping spirits high while the clubs are closed.
The 27-year-old producer-director powerhouse has proven he’s worth his salt as a director, after creating deeply intimate, dynamic music videos for musician Ms. Carrie Stacks. But there’s plenty more where that came from. And, scene...
Paying homage to Trinidadian carnival culture, the young designer and Fashion East newbie made a sizeable impression with his electrifying London Fashion Week collection debut.
We’ve long-seen Britain’s gory gang life played out on screen, and even charting in the Top 40. As for books? Not so much, until Gabriel Krauze – once juggling a criminal career and a university degree – released his ultraviolent debut, Who They Was, last year.