“There’s a febrile atmosphere of anything-goes absurdity that pitches governments, billionaires and their space toys into the same orbit as chancers.”
It’s been 50 years since the Apollo 11 moon landing and space tourism is blowing up. Welcome to the new-age space race.
Sandra Bullock in Gravity? Shantay, you stay. Jeff Bezos using his obscene wealth to go to space for LOLs? Sashay away.
The duo spotlight the fearless producers, poets, dancers and DJs in the North West.
As Branson, Bezos and Musk look up to stars and see dollar signs, experts are bracing themselves for the environmental impact of their space-race jerk off.
A remote island in the Indian Ocean, the far reaches of space... No place is off-limits for perfumers when it comes to creating unique scents.
The Central Saint Martins MA Fashion graduate and emerging designer recently debuted at London Fashion Week, with a technicoloured take on giving zero fucks.
Photos of the day: Astronaut Anne McClain, cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko, and Canadian Space Agency's David Saint-Jacques emerge from a space craft, after touching down on 25th June.
The Face guide to the 2020s: Sue Horne is the head of space exploration at the UK Space Agency. Here she talks new space stations and Europe’s first mission to Mars.
The New York duo’s ambient blends take you to another place.
The artist pays homage to the people and places that have shaped his northern identity – the pub, football pitches and boxing gyms – in his debut exhibition, Contender.
The annual Portrait of Humanity award has shortlisted Vivek Vadoliya’s image of 16-year-old Ebony Horse Club rider Maxim to be exhibited 111,000ft above Earth.
And the Beat Goes On celebrates the much-loved clubnight and raises money for a vital new project.
We celebrated the wild imaginations of Tyler, the Creator and Lava La Rue at a DIY spot in Brixton Village.
Models practiced extreme social distancing at Anthony Vaccarello’s first off-schedule show set in a dramatic desert landscape, complete with equally as dramatic looks.
Following the toppling of racist statues around the world, five Black London-based designers share their visions for systemic, abstract and physical spaces of Black joy exclusively for The Face.