The UK’s first-ever gay dating show, I Kissed a Boy, airs this Sunday and has the Aussie club banger queen play Cupid. We get all the goss’ from Ms. Minogue.
The last five years have seen boobs and bums become standard in Urban Outffiters-approved home decor. In a post-free the nipple world, is the dick next?
The photographer’s latest transgressive photobook Analog Human Studies celebrates our differences, at a time when we need it most.
In his new book, TOY, photographer Jurgen Maelfeyt reframes ’70s and ’80s porn for a new generation.
Call Sheet: The actor stars in the house’s new campaign, photographed by Hedi Slimane. And he didn’t injure anyone on the shoot – unlike on True History of the Kelly Gang…
From that Ncuti Gatwa tee to his heart-on-his-sleeve bromance with Macaulay Culkin, our new Ken has always known how to send a message with a novelty T-shirt.
The Turner Prize-winning artist’s first retrospective book, Art is Magic, is a masterclass in making political art fun.
“We didn't design these clothes to be for a fashion photo.” As the HBO drama nears its endgame, Michelle Matland explains how she made every look a memeable moment.
My Media Diet: We sat down with Instagram’s patron saint of satirising trends and explored his favourite books, music and TV shows. He can’t take the piss out of us all the time... can he?
Photographer Brynley Odu Davies spent three years documenting multiple artists shaping Britain's creative landscape. Now his debut exhibition brings them all together.
In an exclusive extract from her brilliant new memoir about battling breast cancer, the legendary FACE writer asks: how do you wear mascara if you’ve lost your eyelashes?
Arthur J. Comely’s book £1 Entry captures the style and subculture of London’s weekend bargain hunters, old and young.
Jack Scollard’s new photography zine, The Horny of Plenty, invites the viewer to relive 12 months of uncurbed liberation through the eyes of an East London scene queen.
Call Sheet: in thrilling, chilling Cronenberg remake Dead Ringers, the Oscar-winner plays identical siblings on a mission to right the wrongs of childbirth. And have a bloody – very bloody – good time while doing so.
You’re a big time pop star, a bonafide Marvel superhero, one of the highest paid models in the world. Still feeling the pinch? Time to diversify your portfolio.
The fifth instalment in the classic horror franchise, Evil Dead Rise is only the Dublin director's second film. But he's already tipped to become horror's next gruesome mastermind.
Photographer Anna-Rose McChesney's new photobook captures 172 of Glasgow’s finest clubbers in their best get-ups.
A24’s Talk to Me is already being touted as the supernatural thriller of the summer. To get you in the mood, we’ve ranked the studio’s most bone-chilling prestige horrors. Click through, if you dare…
From Harry Styles in Don't Worry Darling to Kim Kardashian's upcoming turn in American Horror Story, it's now nearly impossible to watch a TV show or film that doesn't have a random celeb in it for no reason. Wait, is that Billie Eilish playing a cult leader in Swarm?
From Marlon Brando and Leonardo DiCaprio to Timothée Chalamet and Pedro Pascal, the objects of our collective infatuation can often reflect our shifting culture and sexuality right back at us.