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AW22: A new man is emerging and he’s drilling fashion’s underground for something bigger, bolder, brighter. Luckily, that’s exactly where Bianca Saunders’ skills lie.
Sunday’s AW22 show was a big hit, thanks to the tailoring, fur-trims, shoulders and men over 40. A decade after Willem Dafoe and Gary Oldman marched for AW12, Prada finds the power of the daddy for a new generation.
The painter graduated from the Royal College of Art last year and is hell-bent on flipping the narrative of trauma in Black art, one euphoric, sexy portrait of Black women at a time.
In photos: Gabber ravers, acid housers and ’80s illustrator Syd Brak brush shoulders in the British designer’s heady latest collection, shot by Rosie Marks, Sharna Osborne and Camille Vivier. Steady now...
Influenced by underground filmmaker Kenneth Anger, photographer Bob Foster visited car shows across the UK, capturing the gaudy, supersized motors. Oddly sexy, we're saying.
After two years of enforced masking up, slogan tees have become the best way to speak up and speak out. The ruder the better, we say.
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...
Sexy knitwear, ice-cold menswear, saucy slogans and a designer that hasn’t even graduated yet… phew. This year is looking good.
Picking up the L'Oréal Professionnel Young Talent Award last year, the Central Saint Martins graduate finds catharsis in his designs, merging his paint background with cut ’n sew.
Today, the Italian house launched Bottega for Bottegas, a project platforming the country’s independent food, drink and culture craftsmanship.
2021 in review: As we geared towards a summer of hedonism, the anti-climatic months were exacerbated by collections pointing to practicality in September. Here’s how fashion found its libido, only to remind us of the dreaded 9 to 5.
The CEO of YouTube show Chicken Shop Date, Very Serious Journalist and Britain’s favourite rising comedian featured in THE FACE’s coveted back-page Q&A in our latest issue. Get stuck in.
From a niche hobby to making its debut at the 2020 Olympics, pulling plastic has become a millennials' obsession. Here we meet four climbers who have their eyes on the prize (the top!)
After his sudden death was announced last night, we look back at the designer’s immense influence on culture.
The British fashion house and Man United’s shining forward – and ardent campaigner – team up for a mission to make reading as accessible as possible in the UK.
Through a personal narrative, the artist uses strange assemblages to question gender constructs, mass media and the over-blown narratives of American TV.
Emerging designers Jimmy Howe, Aaron Esh and Horace Page are proving that oftentimes, the most subversive fashion comes out of political bleakness.
Kind of. Just the Instagram for now and some teasers.
He’s been shockin’, repulsin’ and pissin’ people off since his late ’70s beginnings as a subversive filmmaker. Now he’s back with a new photo book, Baron.
Partnering with A Team Arts Education, the initiative will work with young people based in the East End of London keen to work in the creative industries.