Make-up mogul Zenia Jaeger’s Submission brand, three years in the making, fights back against single-use plastic – inside and outside the bottle.
The multi-hyphenate artist is best known for his slick production work for NiNE8 Collective. Yesterday, he released his debut solo EP – Make It Thru – a compelling blend of hazy vocals set against a backdrop of hip hop beats and indie rock instrumentals.
This secretive south London-based operation wants to use cryptocurrency as a force for good, by democratising artist contracts and directing cash flow to local scenes via virtual galleries and NFTs.
In 2018, the London musician released Devotion, one of the best albums of the year, then went quiet. THE FACE meets her to discuss her tender new material.
Nicole Della Costa, a Brazilian multidisciplinary artist, started The Poetry Bank last month. With it, she’s determined to make the medium of poetry accessible to all.
Fake Instagram lives with Digga D and Billie Eilish first sparked interest in the 20-year-old’s esoteric, heartwarming videos. Now, we’re all along for the ride.
Amanda Ba paints larger-than-life, energetic characters that inhabit a hypothetical world – conceived entirely in her mind.
He’s got his own skate brand, once toured with Tyler, The Creator and co-produced Jonah Hill’s Mid90s. Today marks the release of North Hollywood, the Illegal Civilization boss’ directorial debut – and the first film about being a pro skater.
Over the last year, prescriptions to antidepressants in the UK have soared. One of their most exasperating side effects? A decreased sex drive and inability to reach orgasm.
In her new book, Everybody, the revered author of Lonely City poses sharp questions about how bodily freedom has evolved since the 20th century – and where we can go from here.
Missed out on tickets to slowthai’s tour? Bag yourself a spot at his new festival Happyland instead, where you’ll be able to see the likes of Pa Salieu, beabadoobee, Greentea Peng and, of course, slowthai himself.
Photographer Lucie Rox and Crystabel Riley have collaborated on WATER••COLOUR. Loosely based on Rivers Solomon’s book, The Deep, it features fashion by Di Petsa and all the best in beauty.
Filmed just three weeks before his death, you can watch it via TV One on 16th May.
With contributions from Dobby Club and Blondey, Mancunian photographer Oliver Jackson’s ode to one of his favourite shows is testament to its cultural appeal – and reveals a lot about the British psyche.
Hot gossip, hotter sex, meditations on domesticity, family and relationships… This novel has it all. Here’s what its bestselling author gets up to off the page.