Head to head: Denim shorts are heading further south this summer, extending way past the knees and saluting middle-aged suburban dads – jorts, they call it. Hit or miss? Go on, let’s discuss.
Off the Rails: Inspired by lenticular technology, Cowboy Bebop and sprawling US road trips, the Taiwanese-American designer blends nostalgia and surrealism in her latest trippy collection.
Saucy snogs, blockbuster bust-ups and villas full of filler. Nothing hits the spot quite like a dating show, does it?
Hackney’s wackiest community shopping destination is a Santa’s grotto of cult memorabilia and homemade weirdness. Jack Mitchell and Roydon Misseldine stock everything from Baby-Gs and troll dolls to DIY zines and fantastic fashion, only available IRL.
Underwear’s getting a makeover: out with lingerie dictated by male fantasy, in with the shops reinventing what it means to look and feel hot, one (sustainably made) pair of pants at a time.
Supreme’s favourite videographer has a killer instinct when it comes to spotting new talent. This year, he decided to start his own company and break the hard-entrenched rules of skateboarding in the process.
Meet designer Randa Kherba, actor Marli Siu, author Moses McKenzie, chef Rahel Stephanie, musician Rainy Miller and photographer Fin Flint – six up and comers across six different disciplines to keep a watchful eye on. They’re gonna be huge.
After writing and producing music for the likes of Griff, Ed Sheeran and Finn Askew, the Londoner’s impressive first EP, Kwong, is a poignant love letter to his family.
Mark Hunter spent the mid-’00s documenting the era’s sauciest and naughtiest parties. 15 years on, his Y2Ks Archive book features Ye, MIA, Paris Hilton and more.
Designers like Brogan Smith, Shulian Nell, Melted Potato and Marland Backus are at the forefront of a movement which embraces sensuality, loudness and excess in all its glory.
As seen on: Seven days (almost) of Met Gala afterparty debauchery, Julia Fox in predictably skimpy get-ups and Miley Cyrus smashing it in leather on tour.
Head to head: Year after year, it seems like celebs are less interested in sticking to the Met Gala’s theme. Is it time to stop getting our knickers in a twist when they don’t fulfil the assignment? THE FACE debates.
Widely used as a protesting tool thanks to its encrypted messaging capabilities, party organisers are increasingly using the platform to put on secret DIY raves, recreating all the thrill, hedonism and anonymity of the acid house days.
Jacob Lusk, Ryan Hope and Ari Balouzian have made waves with their critically-acclaimed jazzy sound. Now, they’re going global with a packed summer on the festival circuit.
The renowned journalist and author’s new book, Losing It: Sex Education for the 21st Century, debunks the world’s most damaging sex myths and leaves readers feeling empowered.
THE FACE spoke to the UK’s leading LGBTQ+ organisations, including Mermaids, Stonewall and Gendered Intelligence, about the practice’s devastating impact and what we can do to help.
It’s time to make official what many of us already know to be true: that the ex-dominatrix, artist, photographer and actress is one of pop culture’s most fascinating figures – and a riotous paragon of celebrity.