If you’ve ever studied abroad or simply wanted to, Sex and the City creator Darren Star’s new series Emily in Paris is required viewing.
The Saint Maud actress is about to hit the big time in a billion-dollar TV reboot of Lord of the Rings.
The Fargo actress and skater-slash-Calvin Klein-model may not actually be related – as was once reported – but they sure do share the same creative DNA.
The London comedy troupe turning the mundane into nightmarish cinema, one laser-firing, dog-incinerating pope at a time.
Eighteen-year-old Alexis Chikaeze discusses her breakout role in the mother-daughter drama, the rigour of beauty pageants and the importance of learning about Black history.
The superfly spy leads from the front in Tehran, an addictive Israeli TV thriller series.
The artist pays homage to the people and places that have shaped his northern identity – the pub, football pitches and boxing gyms – in his debut exhibition, Contender.
Following last year’s successful exhibition-cum-knees up in London, curator Ben Broome returns with his fifth instalment in Paris. Masks on, go see work by Frank LeBon, Bianca Saunders, Rhea Dillon and more.
Fluff is the Melbourne-based start-up giving the industry a make-under with their consciously curated products and no nonsense approach to sustainability.
The Arizona-born actress takes a wild road trip with co-star Barbie Ferreira in Unpregnant, the Superbad of abortion movies.
Mysteriously diffused through the property like a gentle wind, hotel fragrances – like the EDITION Hotel’s Le Labo signature – are the gorgeous result of scent branding.
After writing for The Weeknd and Camila Cabello, the poet-turned-musician is standing tall for the Toronto projects that raised him.
Presenting the four young newcomers at the heart of this powerful British teen drama: lead actor Bukky Bakray and her castmates Kosar Ali, Ruby Stokes and D'angelou Osei Kissiedu.
With a solo exhibition now showing at JD Malat Gallery, Cumberland’s work is at times an uneasy glimpse into the fucked up world we live in – Trump and all.
With contributors including Tracey Emin, Harley Weir and Pussy Riot, A Woman’s Right to Pleasure is a raunchy coffee table book showcasing sexuality through an artistic female lens.
Are you a young, unpublished author with a story to tell? Chart-topping UK rapper Stormzy wants to hear it, and so do we. THE FACE is the competition’s official media partner for 2020.
Set on an Italian army base, the Call Me By Your Name director’s debut TV series serves a drone’s-eye view of American culture. Here, we meet HBO’s hottest new cast.
As a response to the lack of dyke-friendly club nights in London, organisers Melody and Elliott threw one hell of a bash catering to the city’s dyke scene. Socially distanced, of course.
With a wicked sense of humour, the Aberdeen-born artist creates darkly ironic collages intended to hold a magnifying glass up to the art world. Here, he gets frank.
Twenty-somethings across the world are sourcing homeware IRL to then sell through their DMs. Hit follow on our accounts from across the Atlantic.
Featuring the people of Scampia, Naples, over two years, Anime Salve is a celebration of gender non-conformity when the odds are stacked against you.