Fashion news of the week: Palace's posh dinnerware link-up, Puma's not-so-guilty Pleasures and Carhartt goes camping.
Fashion news of the week: Plus, Gucci does good for students, adidas Originals takes to Newcastle, Levi’s and Kenzo go mad for denim, Barbour and C.P. Company go for the double and Jean Paul Gaultier gets all tatted up.
Forget the pristine polish of an all-black get-up. We should be slouching around in muddy brown, apparently.
Fashion news of the week: Plus, Stone Island’s winter warmers, Louis Vuitton’s office culture, C.P. Company’s 50 years, Tekla and Birkenstock’s cosy collab and Palace’s first unisex line.
In the early-’00s, the designer introduced a romantic, vulnerable man to the runway. Now, in his new book 55 Collections, he’s taking some time to look back.
Hooray, it’s the final pit stop! Starting off with Vaquera, Hodakova, Saint Laurent, Courrèges, Marni (and ending with a long, long lie-in).
This summer, thousands of young people have been scouring the UK’s car boots on Sunday mornings to earn or burn some cash. Is it a new thing or have we just reinvented the wheel?
Roo Oxley, lifelong casual and author of new book Clobber, discusses what it means to belong to one of Britain’s most contentious subcultures.
Fashion news of the week: Plus, the denim brand collabs with Crocs, Fred Perry and Raf Simons toast the final farewell, Telfar does denim with UGG and Asics does Otto.
We’ve got the goods from Fendi, Diesel, Moncler, MM6 Margiela, Prada, Moschino, Blumarine, Tom Ford, Gucci, MSGM, Sunnei, Versace, BOSS, Ferragamo and Karoline Vitto supported by Dolce & Gabbana.
Somerset House’s latest exhibition is testament to the influence of Black designers and subcultures, celebrating the style of the community’s trailblazers.
The 18-year-old model has already walked for Prada, Maison Margiela and Rick Owens. Now, the fast-rising Finnish model is letting us in on a few industry secrets. Sssssshhhh...
THE FACE’s team reports back from the catwalks and the shmoozy parties.
A new breed of hustlers are shaking up London’s oldest and most venerable jewellery quarter, Hatton Garden: where talk is fast, prices are fat and every second is valuable.
All the good stuff from Burberry, Aaron Esh, Supriya Lele, JW Anderson, Fashion East’s Olly Shinder, Standing Ground, Johanna Parv and ASAI, KNWLS, Ashley Williams, Molly Goddard, Stefan Cooke and Chopova Lowena.
Get stuck into this rule-breaking fashion story by photographer Hanna Moon, taken from the new print issue of The FACE. No cause needed.
Get wrapped up in this fashion story from Thue Nørgaard and Taylor Thoroski.
We rounded up friends of THE FACE for a proper fashion week knees-up, featuring Nia Archives, Charli XCX, The Cobra Snake and more.