Barcelona is in a state of severe political and civil unrest. So how do the locals feel in the midst of a battle for regional freedom?
Some argue that the 30-year Republican grip on Texas could slip in 2020. Anna Hart road trips through the border towns of West Texas to find music and art flourishing in the shadow of Trump’s wall.
A glimpse into the rise and treatment of the LGBT right wing in a political climate that feels more fractured than ever.
The words and phrases you'll be using most in the next 10 years. Other than “help!”
Volume 4 Issue 001: Get your head out your arse, your pods out your ears and your Ps and Qs out your mouth.
Cynical millennials are partying while the planet burns. The teen idealists of Gen Z are revolting. But who’s right and who’s the most woke? Four pairs of siblings challenge each other on who deserves the moral top bunk.
The Face asked 100 people what hedonism looks, smells and feels like to them. Here are the results.
Volume 4 Issue 001: The last decade has seen Britain’s city centres radically altered, making way for a new breed and an experiential take on retail. But exactly who are these new malls for?
One week, one mood: Moya Lothian-Mclean’s deep-dive into the feel of the week.
Volume 4 Issue 001: NASA has plans to reach Mars by 2033. Eighteen-year-old Alyssa Carson has dedicated her young life to taking part in this monumental mission to the Red Planet.
More and more artists are talking about climate change, but are they the right people to do so? Journalist and climate change expert Adam Corner tackles some tricky questions.
Five takeaways from the British designer and activist’s climate call to arms at London Design Festival.
Greta Thunberg could only have come from Scandinavia. Here’s why.
Author and journalist Naomi Klein has become one of the world’s leading figures in the battle to avert climate disaster. Here she delves into the intersection of capitalism, climate and government policy.
Photo of the day: Demonstrators turn their backs and boo during the Chinese national anthem at a World Cup qualifying match between Iran and Hong Kong on 10th September.
Here’s all the juice from the opening night of The Face Apartment in New York.
This week British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced plans to suspend – or ‘prorogue’ – parliament for a month.
An undercover report investigating the secret financial backers using their wealth to internationally diminish our equality and human rights.
Can a new wave of housing lottery schemes make the fantasy of owning a home a reality?
Photos of the day: a real scorcher! Seye Isikalu captures the energy bursting out of London’s Notting Hill Carnival in 33.2°C heat.
The devastating fires in the Amazon will have a knock-on effect for the rest of the world.
“Could the 2011 riots happen again? 100%.”
Lucy Vincent has spent the last three years campaigning for an improvement in prison food. Here she explains the impact better meals could have and shares the insight of three ex-offenders.