“There’s this tendency to look for icons… to the extent of losing whatever made that person human.”
The respected London DJ delivers a bold, energetic mix that honours The Face’s legacy.
The 18-year-old alternative singer-songwriter pens a poem about England’s capital.
“I try to push the boundaries of showing skin, being comfortable with your sexuality, with menswear as well as womenswear.”
May, 2004: From bun-shakin’ Kelis to André 3000 twistin’ in jockey silks, flamboyance and fun have taken over.
May, 2003: Beyoncé brings passion. She sings it like she means it… eyes shut, sweat pouring, body rocking.
Founder Nick Logan on why The Face was never preachy, never tried hard to be cool and why we need it all over again.
May, 2002: First, they came for us. Then they came for your parents. Then our kid brothers and sisters. Are mobiles taking over?
July, 2001: The Divine David Beckham: casting a godspell over Britain. But does the King of England really want to be Emperor of Europe?
October, 1998: It’s orange. It’s mainly sugar and water. It outsells Coke in supermarkets. Sunny Delight is the marketing success of the decade. Haven’t tried it yet? Don’t worry. You will.