Wanting You To Want Me is a tell-all photo book that functions as a window into the lives of “fantasy technicians”, from darkly funny anecdotes to life-affirming revelations.
The filmmaker’s new film is bloody historical epic The Northman. His next was meant to be bloody historical horror Nosferatu, starring Harry Styles. He talks Valhalla, vampires and the hell of scheduling.
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.
Brits bloody love a rooftop, don’t they? And with the weather picking up, The Standard, London felt it was no better time to reopen its 11th floor. Throw in a Tems performance, flowing drinks and a bit ’o sunshine, and you’ve got yourself a decent party. Cheers.
Once a month, NTS and Bottega Veneta will treat us worthy listeners to collaborative sounds with a host of guest stars on the newly-formed station, Bottega Radio. And to celebrate, the powerhouse duo got the best-looking people in the city and threw a bash in a dark corner of Soho. The proof is in the pout...
Poet James Massiah teams up with Barbour International to explore what it means to be an original artist today.
Alienation, anxiety and economic pressures are the ultimate themes in Daisy Sanchez’s exhibition looking at fashion in the context of contemporary art.
What is 2022’s equivalent to The Ketchup Song? Where are the tunes that teach us how to “Cha cha real smooth”?
The author of the Booker-winning Shuggie Bain on the challenging childhood that shaped Young Mungo, his new novel about teenage love, gang brutality and Glasgow’s bitter sectarian divide.
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 time to make official what many of us already know to be true: that the ex-dominatrix, artist, photographer and actress is one of pop culture’s most fascinating figures – and a riotous paragon of celebrity.
A new exhibition from Martin Parr, Corbin Shaw and OOF magazine spotlights the footie fan. Who are ya?
The actor-turned-mentor is working with five rising creatives for Converse’s Create Next Film Project.
He was the doe-eyed child of Britain’s biggest reality TV star, then grief – and his own consciousness – changed him. At just 18-years old, what’s next for Bobby Brazier?
Each week, the pair host one of the internet’s hottest pop culture podcasts, diving deep into Hollywood’s seedy underbelly via elusive celebrity blind items. Here’s what they get up to behind their own screens…
Playing Tommy Shelby’s long-lost kid, Conrad Khan is the rogue new element in the final season of the blockbuster BBC drama. As the last ever episode approaches, could son save dad? Or will everyone go down in a hail of bullets and flat caps?
The submissions-based Instagram account documents the hedonism of art school in the ’90s. “It was the original safe space,” says its founder, Matt Atkatz.
Chris Rock could have died! It was Will's Illuminati initiation! The whole thing was staged! Let's just all take a breather, shall we?
Award-winning filmmaker Darren Emerson captures the ecstasy of Coventry’s acid house rave scene in the late ’80s, recreating every exhilarating step of a typical night out.
Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s three-hour masterpiece was up for four gongs at last night’s Oscars, winning Best International Feature Film. Hungry for more Japanese cinema amidst all the hype? Here’s what to watch next.
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…