After nailing it for over a decade, veteran manicurist Natalie Minerva landed a job on Gen Z’s favourite show. Here’s how she matches the perfect claws with the personalities of Maddy Perez, Cassie Howard and, of course, Fez’s nan.
Based in London, the mysterious Japanese hairstylist has been busy subverting fashion campaigns all over the shop, using his work as therapy to create the coolest cuts.
Here’s a practical guide to one of this year’s biggest trends, from picking your bling to after-care and everything in between. Time to flash those pearly whites.
Look no further for a fresh stack of quality writing about mental health, TikTok, electronic music and the daily lives of Gen Z.
Since 2019, writer Isaac Rangaswami has been documenting London’s greatest caffs in homage to the food, interiors and wholesome comfort provided by local communities in all corners of the city.
22 for ’22: the musicians who are going to smash it in the months ahead. Dig in.
The 24-year-old actress sacked off a corporate job to star in the highly-anticipated second season of Netflix’s steamy, salacious period drama. With its release date imminent, here’s the lowdown on her character, Edwina Sharma.
The Deviation co-founder and legendary UK soul band have joined forces to raise a glass to 2021 and see the new year in with a bang.
The first season of Netflix’s hit series reached 76 million eyeballs. As the second instalment launches, the Wolverhampton-born actor gives us the lowdown on the emotional toll of playing Yennefer de Vengerberg and breaking fantasy stereotypes.
Somewhere on a dancefloor in East London, the multi-coloured, multi-pierced twentysomethings sweat out their troubles come Saturday night. Here, photographer Varvara Schvetsova captures a regular (but not so regular) night.
Worms is an antidote to the pretentiousness of academia that celebrates female and non-binary writers. Editor Clem MacLeod gives us the lowdown on the new issue, psychogeography and the simple joy of reading.
Get your hands on limited-edition items from the likes of Beepy Bella and Ji Won Choi. The price? Your own secondhand clothes.
In collab with Netflix, this programme will ensure the likes of It’s a Sin’s Lydia West and Sex Education’s George Robinson get all the industry support they need to keep telling boundary-breaking stories.
Artist Tan Gillies mixes moving image, painting, sculpture and photography in a soul-bearing new exhibition tackling mental health, domestic abuse and the hard road to getting clean.