Volume 4 Issue 003: He’s TikTok’s first crossover star, a walking, talking embodiment of NOW, with a following the size of Hungary. He’s the face of Celine. He’s the stuff of dreams. But Noen Eubanks is more than just a face and a tight pair of jeans.
Volume 4 Issue 003: With the third-most followed music channel in the UK (behind Ed Sheeran and One Direction), KSI has transitioned from bedroom gamer right to the very top.
The producer rapper on music that hits him where it heals.
Volume 4 Issue 003: The acting choices of LaKeith Stansfield demonstrate range, taste, and a predilection for the uncanny. As well the ecstatically received Uncut Gems and the romantic drama The Photograph, love is another role he’s dived into – head first.
Review: Archy Marshall’s third album as King Krule looks forward, leaving as many doors open as it does closed. Was he born in a barn??
When she blew up back in 2016, the Oakland rapper was headed for stardom, but she claims a major label deal stunted her success. With her new album Got it Made out today, she speaks exclusively to The Face to toast her independence.
The New York-based photographer shot 26 kids on his tiny Caribbean island in the hopes of proving to them that anything is possible. Aww.
The BRITs 2020 Producer of the Year can count Stormzy, Ed Sheeran, Headie One, Mist and Stefflon Don as collaborators. Now he’s stepping out on his own.
Volume 4 Issue 003: As she releases her high-tech pop album Miss_Anthropocene, Canadian musician, producer and artist Grimes unveils a new Balenciaga-clad iteration of WarNymph and reveals how the creation allows for freedom, experimentation and mental-health preservation.
Review: Who says the guitar is dead? No one in The Roundhouse, Camden, London last night.
Ice-cold waters run deep for the London menswear designer tapped by Kanye, and making clothes for the dystopia.