Un/employmenthood: Has the pandemic made saving seem pointless to you? You're not the only one. Laura Whateley finds out why young people are now prioritising fun over their financial futures. Introducing the fuck-it spenders...
For the past six weeks, a British travel writer has been exploring the remote islands of the South Pacific. Then, COVID-19 went global. Here, she describes what the virus means for the world’s most isolated populations.
With BAME people in the UK 10-50% more likely to die from coronavirus than white people, it is vital to protect yourself and others while showing solidarity.
2020 in review: In a year of lockdown and social distancing, millions have hit the street to stand in solidarity against injustices that pre-existed – and were made worse by – the government mishandling of Covid-19.
Two savvy New Yorkers – Thi Lam and Rance Nix – have borrowed the premise of Netflix’s Love Is Blind to help people in lockdown find love.
Anthony Vaccarello points at a big and bolshy return to luxury for the French house’s AW21 collection.
Award ceremony red carpets have transformed over the past year. There's the obvious differences like the absence of, you know, actual red carpets, but the most stand out change? Male stars upping their style game.
From Fortnite exhibitions to virtual museums, the art world is innovating online. It’s a change of pace that’s bringing in swaths of new audiences.
A record six million UK adults were prescribed antidepressants last year for circumstances that one psychotherapist believes “drugs were never meant to treat”. But after a decade of government cuts to mental health services and three national lockdowns, what's the alternative?
THE FACE explores the weird and not-so-wonderful changes to daily life after a year on plague planet.
Jessica Meir completed her space mission in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic after seven months on the International Space Station. Here, she reveals how it felt going from isolation to, well, isolation.
Three lockdowns in and pandemic fatigue in the UK has truly set in. But what are the lasting impacts of people staying home and switching off from online communication?
While the seaside town has undergone regeneration in the past decade, unemployment is soaring and 35% of its 16-year-olds are living in poverty. Here, we speak to the young people that call Margate home.
Writer Hannah Tindle asked five fashion-adjacent people what they’ll be wearing once lockdown lifts in the UK on 21st June – exactly a month today. Get shoppin’.
Video conferencing app Zoom added 2.2 million monthly active users in 2020 – more than the entirety of 2019.
A vampiric mob of faceless fun-fascists are block-booking everything months in advance. Is this what the future looks like now?