No one does courting quite like Mr. West. Got someone you want to impress? Follow these simple tips.
As seen in…
The best new releases to keep you entertained throughout the deadest month of the year.
22 for ’22: the musicians who are going to smash it in the months ahead. Dig in.
Last year brought us Bottega green, hot celeb couples, bloody musicals and amapiano. But what can we expect in the year to come? Let’s find out...
Screen Time: Christmas specials, blockbuster streams and juicy drama to ride out your festive food coma with.
O tannenbaum, o tannenbaum, how lovely are thy spray paint…
2021 in review: From Naomi Osaka’s tennis hiatus to the Great Resignation, this year we turned our backs on always-on culture and prioritised ourselves.
As artists strive to replicate the successes of Wham! and Mariah Carey’s Christmas classics, we’ve ranked the year's best – and more turkey-shaped – offerings for spreading festive cheer.
Screen Time: Christmas, crime and cracking tunes take centre stage this week. Get into it.
From diaristic DMs to mermaid mysteries, the R&B crooner gives us a peek inside his mind.
Popcorn and negronis at the ready.
Screen Time: From Gaga’s Gucci extravaganza to soft-launch Christmas content to drip feed you some festive feels, here are the week’s best watches.
From boy talk with Serena and Venus, to pulling pranks on Will Smith, the 14-year-old fills us in on how she stepped into the shoes of tennis’ GOAT.
Those four words are flooding inboxes across the world. Kick the habit and unleash your inner pro communicator. But no worries if not, obvs.
Founded in 2017, the magazine, agency and community is carving out a space in media for women of Middle Eastern, North African and South Asian heritage. With their latest issue “The Rituals” out now, we find out how the team makes it all happen.
The London DJ takes us around the world with her eclectic Face Mix. Dig in.
Meet the fans who were exactly the same age as each of Adele’s albums – and who used her music to soundtrack the growing pains of young adulthood.
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.
On the hunt for more Black cowboy films after watching Netflix’s star-studded flick? We rounded up a Black westerns expert for recommendations. Saddle up.
Screen Time: The best new watches to keep you company from 5th November onwards.
Rebecca Hall’s adaptation of Nella Larsen’s 1929 novel sparked heated debate before it was even released. Here, the actor-turned-director and the film’s star explain why the story still resonates today.