In photos: Sam Hughes, manager of Supreme’s London store, is back with a collection made in collaboration with ultra-cool London tattoo artist Cash Frances.
Ahead of the launch of his first monograph, Feeling Seen, the British-Ghanaian photographer talks us through his career so far, from his post-uni hype to finding solace in those around him.
Opening last Saturday in Peckham’s Hannah Barry Gallery, Sins of a daughter is the artist’s latest ode to youth, the body and the female gaze. Haunting, yes. Liberating? Definitely.
Alienation, anxiety and economic pressures are the ultimate themes in Daisy Sanchez’s exhibition looking at fashion in the context of contemporary art.
Shot in a park in Mumbai, Vivek Vadoliya’s photos document the ancient sport of mallakhamb – and it’s as calming as it is totally exhilarating.
It’s the event nobody needed. Our advice? Choose life, choose a hobby, choose friends. Choose The Real World. You’ll have way more fun.
Generation Covid: In the confines of our four walls, the UK’s young people created more subcultures, trends and styles than we thought possible.
In photos: Last week, Lulu Kennedy and Raphaelle Moore set off to Sweden, with Ashley Williams, Per Gotesson, HRH and Goom Heo in tow, to present in the UK ambassador’s fancy residence. Keep your eyes peeled for the best bits list.
With an SSENSE collection released today, THE FACE chats to one of the most innovative and ingenious young designers out there, an adventurer often found scaling a snowy mountain. We catch up on five years of reaching her peak. Starting at base camp…
In photos: This season, the designer revels in characters found on the beaches of her Alméria hometown in a collection seeped in 3D techniques, distorted knots and sexy strappy swimwear.
The photographer’s new book, While You Were Sleeping, presents unseen photos from London’s clubs between 1998 and 2000. Here, the great Geordie describes the dancefloor’s pre-millennial magic.
To celebrate adidas’ latest Spezial collection, we tackled Arsenal’s ace defender on all sorts. And no, we didn’t stick the boot in.