Over the last few weeks, The Face has introduced you to key workers from sectors across the UK. Here, 23-year-old Amira takes us onto the frontline of the postal service, as we spend a day on her round in Watford.
The LA-based singer who cut her teeth writing songs for Beyonce, Dua Lipa and Mary J. Blige unpacks her new semi-autobiographical Wasted Youth EP, for which the title track’s music video premieres on The Face today.
The Face cover star serves four sultry poses over Zoom for an assortment of Sketch Sesh regulars (and his long distance girlfriend Abby Roberts). It’s state of the art technology. Isn’t he dreamy?
Fred Perry came under Twitter-attack last week for featuring non-white models in their campaigns. “Youth culture pushes through,” says activist, artist and model Saffiyah Khan…
The New York duo’s ambient blends take you to another place.
The Russian designer-cum-photographer fashions everyday objects into weird and wonderful outfits. Here, she makes AW20’s most memorable looks out of paper — including one of Moschino’s mega three-tier cakes — exclusively for The Face.
To mark the 23rd anniversary of his death, editor Sheryl Garrett has reissued Bliss To Be Alive – a collection of The Face’s foremost features writer’s most loved work.
With her forthcoming LP Couldn't Wait To Tell You set to drop this summer, the Texan-raised producer-songwriter teases two left-field, experimental tracks.
The University of Salford’s Fashion Image Making and Styling students were set a brief earlier this year: document what “family” means to you, based on MoMA’s seminal Family of Man exhibition in 1955. Here are (six of) their interpretations.
The Mercury-winning band's guitarist spent his down time post-tour volunteering at a north London food bank. Now he’s releasing an album of folk instrumentals to raise money and awareness. We speak to him, and to centre manager Abi Odujoko, about the scourge of food poverty – and how it’s immeasurably worse now.