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To celebrate Juicy Couture’s OG velour tracksuit turning 25, the brand has launched a new collection that pays homage to its famed heritage. Here, THE FACE looks back at the tracksuit’s best sartorial moments.
Amid mass job resignations and Brexit-aggravated economic strain in the UK, young women are repurposing the Y2K staple – jeans and a nice top – and finding new meaning in 2022.
A cohort of boisterous teens, smoking in Burger King, loads of booze, a trip to Brighton and zero common sense. What could possibly go wrong?
The siren call of netted fabrics, sheer dresses and tattered, asymmetric hems is taking fashion by storm. Is it some much-needed escapism, or does it point to something a little more political?
After two years of enforced masking up, slogan tees have become the best way to speak up and speak out. The ruder the better, we say.
Lindsay Lohan, MySpace and Red Bull Light make up the holy trinity for this provocative new womenswear brand, whose goal is to make mini-dresses the new office-wear.
Mark Hunter spent the mid-’00s documenting the era’s sauciest and naughtiest parties. 15 years on, his Y2Ks Archive book features Ye, MIA, Paris Hilton and more.
Nostalgia ain’t what it used to be. We’re recycling eras so quickly in the 2020s that the 1990s might as well be a century ago. But if 2014 is already old hat, where do we go from here?
Photographer Guen Fiore and stylist Rubina Vita Marchiori have teamed up on GIRLS, a series of intimate portraits documenting women in their early twenties.