It's pure gothic drama and razor-sharp cheekbones in this cinematic fashion editorial shot by Hemingway and styled by Raphael Hirsch, for our brand new winter issue.
... Or, well, the very nice human actor and magician attached to Thing, Christopher Hart, who, across three Addams Family movies in the ’90s, had the best hand job in Hollywood.
“What better way to cap off a horrorshow of a year for UK politics than an issue packed with all manner of strange and haunting things?” asks Editor Matthew Whitehouse.
Jenna Ortega is the star of Wednesday, Netflix’s Addams Family reboot. Olivia Rodrigo is… well, you know who she is. The old Disney pals chat about fame, Tim Burton doing plaits and being asked for autographs while peeing. Individually they’re scarily talented. Together? So cool it’s frightening.
The New York writer’s exhilarating second novel, I Fear My Pain Interests You, features a distant and unfeeling protagonist. Someone who’s far from the charming, approachable former Vogue journalist who arrives armed with a list of questions for, um, THE FACE. Hmm, just who’s interviewing who, Stephanie?
Violence, racism and verbal abuse are on the rise in Britain’s football grounds. Many blame cocaine. But a number of illegal drugs have been popular among fans at one time or another, with each having an impact on the atmosphere around the sport and the country. Sam Davies takes a deep dive into footy’s druggy underbelly.
The Sopranos actor waxes lyrical about Buddhism, series two of The White Lotus, and the late, great Paulie Walnuts.
He’s the sound of young Montreal via Saint Vincent: a mix of drill, dub, dancehall and Drake that’s grabbing the ears of fans far beyond Canada and the Caribbean.
Chase Sui Wonders, Rachel Sennott, Myha’la Herrold, Thuso Mbedu, Whitney Peak and Rain Spencer are starring in some of the most exciting projects on screens big and small over the coming months.
The Bodies Bodies Bodies and The Idol star is comedy’s number one It Girl. Here’s how she went from Twitter over-sharer to silver screen standout.
As a kid, she'd impersonate movie villains as a means of gaining confidence. Now the 26-year-old has landed roles in HBO's Generation and the discourse-generating slasher Bodies Bodies Bodies.
Lonely, weary, waiting for a sign? Check out this shoot by photographer Nick Sethi and stylist Yohana Lebasi.
Young Thug shaped contemporary rap and conquered the US mainstream. Now he's awaiting trial alongside 27 others because his record label, YSL, is accused of being a criminal street gang. With lyrics being used as evidence against him, is this the biggest ever case of rap on trial?
New ideas. By new graduates and bedroom designers. Celebrated here.
Editor Matthew Whitehouse on this issue's 40-page cover-story, shot by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott and featuring clothes made entirely by new designers.
For our latest issue, photographer and friend of THE FACE Alexandra Leese shot this summer's technicolored beauty trends on a group of teenagers.
Getting pissed in a field is officially back for summer 2022. From moshers to drum and bass heads to rap fans, here’s what the youth will be wearing at Wireless, Latitude, Reading and Leeds and more. We told you subcultures aren’t dead!
The Belgian designer’s latest collections for Y/Project, Diesel and Jean Paul Gaultier couture have all received rapturous responses. His MO? Irreverence, irony and plenty of sex appeal.
The New Yorker loved Honor Levy's writing so much that they published one of her short stories when she was only 21. Now she’s one of the most intriguing talents in the literary world.
We may have collectively lost our libido, but fashion certainly hasn’t: skirts are getting shorter, boots higher and shirts are disappearing all together.
Unionising in America is a battle, but it’s even harder when you’re up against Jeff Bezos. In April, Chris Smalls made history when he led workers in Staten Island to vote to form the country’s first Amazon union.
Hackney’s wackiest community shopping destination is a Santa’s grotto of cult memorabilia and homemade weirdness. Jack Mitchell and Roydon Misseldine stock everything from Baby-Gs and troll dolls to DIY zines and fantastic fashion, only available IRL.
Green juice cleanse? No, thanks. A new and improved girlboss is reigning terror and she doesn’t just beat men at their own game – she eats them, too.
Prada loves him, he’s acted in one of Netflix’s biggest films of 2020, and is about to star as Sid Vicious in a TV drama about the 20th century’s most notorious British band, the Sex Pistols. Where did it all go wrong, Louis Partridge? Where did it all go wrong…?