Since last year, The Black Curriculum has campaigned to reimagine the national curriculum by teaching black history across all subjects. We speak to its founder, Lavinya Stennett.
Launching today as part of London’s first digital fashion week, Ahluwalia’s new book, Jalebi, celebrates Southall’s multiculturalism in all its glory – and is named after a golden syrup-coated dessert. Delicious.
So you’ve made a donation and signed the petitions? Here’s what you need to do next.
With Slipknot, image is everything. Now, at the age of 50, the band’s percussionist and co-founder Shawn Crahan – aka Clown – is using this interview to go public with a private passion that might seem at odds with a day job in one of rock’s loudest and rawest bands: his love of fashion.
While you’ve been scoffing your chops on banana bread, Ware has been busy building a DIY T-shirt operation from her home. Spread the luv, show some support and slide into her DMs for your very own T...
KK Obi and Emmanuel Balogun have launched the second coming of their original 2017 zine. It’s now a fully-fledged publication and the contents, as well as its contributors, are wicked.
Chinese-British photographer Alexandra Leese’s new photo series spotlights the diverse range of Asian beauty and captures coming-of-age moments and brotherly love in Du’an, a rural town in Southern China.
Influenced by pop art, politics and pin badges, the artist’s sociopolitical work is delivered with a wink. His graphite works – inspired by artists from Ed Ruscha to Jenny Holzer – have found a fan in Hedi Slimane.
She’s Paris’ answer to Blue Peter! PZ Opassuksatit is the all-making, all-designing woman behind PZtoday©. Get messy with her latest project, exclusively for The Face.
He’ll do yours, too – if you ask politely.
Over the coming weeks, The Face will introduce you to key workers from sectors across the UK. Here, 20-year-old supermarket assistant Keziah takes us onto the frontline of food sales, as we spend a day on a supermarket floor in Reading.
When photographer Christaan Felber moved back to his hometown Woodstock, New York, he took it as an opportunity to document the locals – from a responsible distance – during the coronavirus pandemic.