The sequins, the fringe, the glitter, the glam. For influencers and brands, festival dressing now has one key goal in mind: looking good for the ’gram. But it turns out that performing a good time isn’t all that, er, good.
In photos: Sam Hughes, manager of Supreme’s London store, is back with a collection made in collaboration with ultra-cool London tattoo artist Cash Frances.
In photos: For its sixth outing as Lagos’ No.1 music-slash-culture festival, Homecoming took over sexy concept store Alara, with exclusive bits from Denim Tears, Stüssy, Off-White, Mowalola and more. Just take a look at the happy shoppers – they’re bloody gorgeous.
There’s a new radical emerging, and it’s coming to a red carpet near you. Expect balloon boobs, Frankensteinian gowns and Quaver shoes – Emma Corrin and Kalvin Phillips are already on board.
The electronic music label and style brand come together for the best London-Amsterdam link-up since Dennis Bergkamp’s arrival at Arsenal.
Worming its way into 50% of the British male population’s wardrobes (or thereabouts), the Topman tee is a relic of fashion’s past. But why did it become so popular?
Once a month, NTS and Bottega Veneta will treat us worthy listeners to collaborative sounds with a host of guest stars on the newly-formed station, Bottega Radio. And to celebrate, the powerhouse duo got the best-looking people in the city and threw a bash in a dark corner of Soho. The proof is in the pout...
Alienation, anxiety and economic pressures are the ultimate themes in Daisy Sanchez’s exhibition looking at fashion in the context of contemporary art.
Each month, we’ll be pulling the best bits from the internet’s slew of online stores and guiding your hand (and bank balance) through the storm.
It’s the event nobody needed. Our advice? Choose life, choose a hobby, choose friends. Choose The Real World. You’ll have way more fun.
Get the Look: The coolest woman on the planet gets The Kimbino treatment this week, as THE FACE’s resident personal shopper takes Sevigny’s ultra-style for a spin.
Generation Covid: In the confines of our four walls, the UK’s young people created more subcultures, trends and styles than we thought possible.
In photos: Last week, Lulu Kennedy and Raphaelle Moore set off to Sweden, with Ashley Williams, Per Gotesson, HRH and Goom Heo in tow, to present in the UK ambassador’s fancy residence. Keep your eyes peeled for the best bits list.
Our favourite sportswear designer is back with a brand-new collection and an exclusive preview for THE FACE. On your marks…
Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear at London’s V&A journeys through the complex history of modern menswear. The best bits? When fashion’s at its most radical.
With an SSENSE collection released today, THE FACE chats to one of the most innovative and ingenious young designers out there, an adventurer often found scaling a snowy mountain. We catch up on five years of reaching her peak. Starting at base camp…
As the British house returns to New York City after 22 years, Sarah Burton finds a common thread in the spiritual properties of mycelium and the world coming together again for AW22.
Recently, Balenciaga, Comme des Garçons and Rick Owens have shown strength, courage and resistance in the face of war and destruction.
Influenced by how our roots influence our identity, this season Riccardo Tisci put forward a new proposition for what dressing like a Brit could look like, nodding to community and rallying together in dark times.
On Saturday in Paris, the gaming giant and legendary fashion brand unveiled an exclusive collaboration, crossing over into both physical and digital realms. We got a BTS look at the whole thing…