In our latest print issue, skaters Simone Gozzetti and Beatrice Domond paired up for a photo story documenting their friends during the summer in Milan – young, wind-swept and freeee.
The Fence is London’s second-best magazine: an independent quarterly that publishes witty essays, sketches, investigations and insider accounts of powerful institutions. So when it came to deciding who we should send to cover October’s Frieze Art Fair, there was only one place to call.
Editor Matthew Whitehouse on THE FACE's latest cover star Adele.
To celebrate the launch of its latest collection, Isabella Burley, founder of cult book distributor Climax, speaks to Ava Nirui about the teenage fashion fantasia of Heaven by Marc Jacobs.
The clothes. The politics. The attitude. The romance. The... Sopranos.
Welcome to the Roaring Twenties. We got off to a slow start, and it’s sure been a bumpy ride, but you’ve now reached your final destination: a full-blown fashion fantasy awaits. Prepare to dress up again because we’re going out out. And we’re going all out.
In March 1985, 12-year-old model Felix Howard graced the cover of THE FACE, photographed by Jamie Morgan and styled by the late Ray Petri. Thirty-six years later, Felix’s children, Herbie and Ray (named after Petri), are about to share the same experience.
Editor Matthew Whitehouse introduces our summer sports special – one that celebrates people, not packages.
A reminder that life, too, endures, always promising to rise and overflow.
For our winter issue, we made the decision to focus, predominantly, on stories from within our own shores.
Volume 4. Issue 4: a powerful, Travis Scott-fronted issue that takes on the pandemic, politics and protest, sports, stars and style.
Stuart Brumfitt, Editor, February 2020.