With his off-the-wall reports on wasted spring breakers, flat earthers and far-right protesters, Callaghan has built an audience of millions. But despite the laughs his Channel 5 platform provokes, he tells THE FACE that his journalism is no joke.
We meet the design duo behind Sydney-based unisex brand, Song for the Mute, whose latest collection is a love letter to the colourful characters of ’90s Paris.
The Danish band lost their singer to suicide last year. Now, talking about it for the first time, they’re ready to release the beautiful album they completed with him.
The star of the first Muslim superhero comic in the Marvel Cinematic Universe shares what she’s been reading, watching, memeing and more.
The beauty industry’s boldest outsider talks through her gritty debut beauty label, featuring smart tools and wearable rings.
Beyond the Prets, Soho’s red-lit underbelly still lives and breathes amongst its storied streets. But which store sells the best pornos, butt plugs or, er, weapons of ass destruction? THE FACE finds out.
From Wagatha Christie to Depp v. Heard, the media circus around trials means the public exonerates the stars it chooses to side with. But what are the consequences of us playing judge?
You can try to resist Mark Zuckerberg’s dead-eyed insistence but there’s no escape from the metaverse. Your physical life is being swallowed by your digital life. Is it possible to avoid upgrading your human operating system?
Head to head: the red, white and blue was unavoidable this Jubilee weekend. But with a history spanning Geri Halliwell and the far-right, can the Union Jack make a Cool Britannia return?
As the gifted footballer – the game’s first real influencer – leaves Manchester United as a free agent, we look back at his troubled spell in the club.
With some critics heralding the latest A24 film the horror of the year so far, we take a look-back at the folks that came before it. Expect pagan rituals, witchcraft and a creaky branch or two.