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!)
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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.
Nothing says I care like gifting your loved ones with art. It’s thoughtful, cool and will have you looking hyper cultured. And when The Big Day gets too much (nan’s pissed, turkey was crap, dad’s asleep), retreat to a corner of the house and immerse yourself in any of these stellar selections.
Macaulay Culkin’s blue number in Gucci’s show has us thinking of the Hawaiian shirt in four key categories: The Existential Romantic, The Psychoactive Zonker, The Bad Boy, The Comic. Where do you fit?
Staged on Hollywood Boulevard, Alessandro Michele’s latest collection was rooted in his yearning for something bigger and better while growing up in a squat on the outskirts of Rome.
...and it’s one of their finest collabs yet.
Antwerp’s MoMu Gallery tackles three decades of fashion in E/MOTION, exploring the defining socio-political moments in an exhibition that emphasises the transformative nature of clothing.
THE FACE speaks to the creative director about his democratic approach to fashion, his pursuit of fashion films and making clothes for the women he sees every day.
It’s not another teen movie. It’s a new age, twenty-something angst. Thanks to Heaven by Marc Jacobs, Beabadoobee, Brian Molko and Kathy Acker, ’90s nostalgia is totally rad again.
To mark the release of his new book, Donkey Man and Other Stories, THE FACE chats to the photographer about fashion, family, naked pictures, celebrities and the ethics of shooting raw portraits.
Spooky season is upon us, but put down the fake blood. These costume ideas will ensure you’re the afterlife of the party without it.
The artist photographed a fashion story for our latest issue, placing mannequins in weird scenarios after they’d been styled to the nines by THE FACE’s fashion director, Danny Reed.
The ICA’s brand-new, multi-sensory exhibition, Damien Hirst’s NFTs, food at Rita’s and loads more. THE FACE has got you covered.
After five years of presenting the house’s collections in Paris, Sarah Burton finds purpose in the city’s contrasts – hard and soft, fast and slow, sun and, well, pissing it down – to super cool effect.
The whimsical designs of the artist-slash-designer merge with McCartney’s London spirit in a capsule collection celebrating youth, counter-culture and club kids.