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.
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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.
The Booker Prize longlister pens a summer read on brotherhood exclusively for THE FACE.
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The Minnesota musician lines up some chill tracks for the guests of their summer feast.
Born in Sudan, raised in the American Midwest, Dua Saleh is now in Wales, wrapping a role in Sex Education. But just how did a queer underground musician land a part in one of Netflix's biggest shows?
The artist, who has worked with ICA, Peak Gallery and was awarded a spot at the Royal Academy, takes the crap you tip and turns it into proper works of art. Humorous, sensitive, and always irreverent, Crowther is set to be BritArt’s Next Big Thing.
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.
The Kiwi Rekords boss has united a new wave of producers who are determined to deliver feel-good bangers.
The Booker Prize longlister pens exclusively for THE FACE.
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.
From kicking a football about with his mates, to a starring role in County Lines playing an exploited Class A-dealing teen, the 20-year-old actor is set to take on the film biz.