With frustration comes fearlessness, if the young, emerging British artists of today are anything to go by. Responding to the politics, protest and pandemic of the past year, THE FACE introduces you to 13 bold and brilliant painters, photographers, filmmakers and sculpturists making British art special.
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An unexpected link-up between the Italian sportswear brand and Colombian designer was an all-dancing, all-clubbing affair.
This year, nine out of 10 Italians have decided to stay in Italy for their summer vacation. Southern Italy’s Forest of Mercadante is just one of the hotspots families are flocking to – and it‘s pure magic, as captured here by photographers Jean-Marc Caimi and Valentina Piccinni.
THE FACE explores the weird and not-so-wonderful changes to daily life after a year on plague planet.
“Covid secure” viewing pens, plastic bubbles and sit down raves. Desperate times call for desperate measures. THE FACE speaks to DJs and musicians who’ve had the strange pleasure of performing to masked punters this year.
This year’s glittering students opted to celebrate rather than present us with a dark, dystopian future. Thank god – it’s the shot of adrenaline we all needed.
Anthony Vaccarello points at a big and bolshy return to luxury for the French house’s AW21 collection.
We speak to the designer about her latest collaboration, subverting the “Hamptons man” and spiking the all-American brand with her British DNA in a subtly political collection that unpicks US subcultures.
Growing up on Sheffield council estates, the 29-year old artist takes the mundanities of Blighty and turns them into beauties. Proper.
Fashion news of the week: After a fairly quiet first week back to school, fashion’s out, loud and proud with mega campaigns, covetable collabs and even a stunt performer.
A summer of demos saw anti-everything Covid protestors take to the streets. Is it a sign of classic, but harmless, Great British eccentricity? Or is it a darker oncoming storm of weirdness and worrying rhetoric that we should have seen coming?