Photographer Marc Asekhame and stylist Daniel Obasi are in fashion, on horseback, and reclaiming Nigeria's public space.
The University of Salford’s Fashion Image Making and Styling students were set a brief earlier this year: document what “family” means to you, based on MoMA’s seminal Family of Man exhibition in 1955. Here are (six of) their interpretations.
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.
Dutch photographer Rineke Dijkstra is something of a master in capturing an intimate portrait. With her eponymous exhibition at Marian Goodman Gallery ending before it even began back in March, we catch up on the online version, instead.
Theatre is a photobook dedicated to one of London’s leading NHS hospitals by photographer Lewis Khan, who made it his home in 2015.
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.
Works by Ewen Spencer, Elaine Constantine, Juergen Teller, and Martin Parr are part of a photography fundraiser from which 100% of proceeds will benefit food banks across the UK.
Photographer Jamie Lee Curtis Taete came across a Facebook event for a far-right, anti-lockdown protest in Huntington Beach, California. Naturally, he went down with his camera in tow.
We catch up with Ahluwalia, Supriya Lele, Nicholas Daley, Chopova Lowena and Casablanca a day after the LVMH Group’s decision to split the €300,000 cash prize equally between the eight finalists.
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.
Shagging, wanking, getting off, getting on, listening to erotica, necking vodka, PornHub, dicks, knobs, tits and a bit of foreplay. How’s your love life looking during lockdown?
That’s Rita Ora, of course. A string of hits, kinky feature films, judging Masked Singers, walking in Miu Miu’s AW20 show – and now, partnering with the UN and bringing us the perfect pop song for now. Is there nothing she can’t do?
Guts Gallery have tackled the nationwide closure of galleries by setting up an online Instagram exhibition instead, featuring 38 emerging British artists who will be sharing their work over the coming weeks. Here, seven of them weigh in.
In the current situation, isolation is an ordeal – but it can also look pretty. Just check out these seven photographers lensing quiet street scenes, empty shopping centres and bars without people for proof.
The designer makes club-ready clothes, dons men in mesh and studied at the fancy Royal College of Art. Now she’s listed as one of Forbes’ annual 30 Under 30. Naturally, we got on the phone to send our congrats.
Volume 4 Issue 3: Preview Supreme’s SS20 collection, as seen on a cast of London’s hot young artists, musicians, skateboarders and designers.
Homoerotica’s late, radical master arrives in London for the first time, in the year of his centennial. His partner, Durk Dehner, talks to us about the fascinating life of the subversive artist who helped liberate gays in the 20th century.
On his new album he sets out his plans to create a new world for the displaced – a no man’s land in between “us” and “them”. Here, the actor, musician, poet and political activist talks of finally feeling like himself.