From sequinned short shorts to blood-red ballgowns, The Suicide Squad's most iconic antihero is always dressed to impress, embracing femininity to hoodwink her male victims. Never judge an assassin by her outfit
The pingdemic ushered in a wave of milk 'n' crisps 'n' booze couriers to make our lives even more frictionless. But of the five leading start-ups, which one rules? THE FACE finds out.
The star of the stirring, Scotland-set refugee drama reveals what he's been reading, watching, memeing and more.
Trailer of the Week: The new chiller from the studio that brought us Hereditary and Midsommar. A wolf in sheep’s clothing? If only it was that cuddly.
“He had a lust for life”: Anthony Bourdain superfans on his legacy
This weekend, we celebrate 50 years of Bangladesh’s independence. To mark that moment, artist Shezad Dawood has created a virtual reality stage for a ground-breaking concert spotlighting the country’s art communities.
After 17 years of terrorising the Christmas No.1 spot and giving us the likes of bloody Honey G, the show is over. We look back on its best and worst bits.
It comes following months of back and forth and just weeks after an explosive firsthand testimony, during which Spears spoke of the "embarrassing and humiliating" arrangement put in place in 2008.
In a photo project titled Asian Kids, photographer Gabriel Chiu went around New York shooting East Asian teenagers smoking, riding the subway, bunking off and making out.
The art, business and weird psychology of cursed virtual creatures.
In celebration of skateboarding being at the Games for the first time, twigs has teamed up with Facebook to document the art of longboard-dancing.
With Casa Amor approaching, we recap who got dumped, who’s giving us the ick, and the fascinating case of Toby: a man apparently doomed to an eternity of pulling ex-partners for chats until they forgive him.
If you don’t have a Hingston-designed record in your collection, someone within pinging distance of you will. Now the sleeve-famous creative director has curated 21 unique works from musicians, artists and designers all in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.
Today, OOF magazine has opened its first permanent gallery space next to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, featuring work by artists Jazz Grant, Sarah Lucas and JJ Guest. Its purpose? To question our relationship with the beautiful game, one art piece at a time.
Screen Time: Got a case of streaming decision paralysis? Here’s everything worth watching from 23 July onwards.
Trailer of the Week: the first in a sporadically scheduled series dissecting the 150-second mini-blockbusters that we call “trailers”.
The Danish R&B singer-songwriter and producer gives us a local’s tour of all the most charming spots in her home city.
Is Netflix’s new dating show Sexy Beasts the last frontier of concealed-identity reality TV? Probably not. It’s not even an original concept. THE FACE meets the furries who have dressed up as anthropomorphic characters for years, for friendships, dating and, yes, sex.
Face It: May contain cowboy hats, Frozen, a toupée and, er, a naked OAP.
In 2018, Delvey’s faux-heiress story had the world hooked, scamming her way through New York City’s elite and landing herself in jail. Now, writer Joseph Charlton has turned it into the play of the moment.
The island’s buzz-worthy beach club, El Silencio, is finally open – and it offers more than just idyllic views.
Taking stock over lockdown, the London actor and advocate has spent the last 12 months helping to provide arts education for young people in the justice system.
A video-game designer from Pittsburgh has made it his mission to track down the world’s most outlandish McDonald’s restaurants. Now he’s on a race against time to document them before they disappear forever.
Thea von Engelbrecht started Sylvanian Drama to cure her quarantine boredom. Now, her self-deprecating, darkly hilarious animal-themed videos have over one million fans to their name.