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Photographed by powerhouse duo Blommers/Schumm and styled by Claudia Sinclair, dip your toes into this eerie, seductive Saint Laurent fashion special from THE FACE’s winter issue.
A guide to the best puffers, parkas, trenches and bombers from Palace, Acne, Stüssy, Burberry and beyond.
It's pure gothic drama and razor-sharp cheekbones in this cinematic fashion editorial shot by Hemingway and styled by Raphael Hirsch, for our brand new winter issue.
What we wore: the Garbage front-woman discusses a lifetime in looks and being the poster-girl for ’90s-obsessed Gen Z. Plus! What item of clothing would she save from a burning building?
THE FACE Fashion Editor Danielle Emerson links up with photographer Harley Weir to capture transgressive duo Fecal Matter (and a couple of goats) for our latest print issue.
Exhibitions, new shops, cosy bedding and fashion fundraisers for homeless charity Crisis.
Heavy metal! Jewellery, that is. Here’s a list of rings, chains and chokers made by independent jewellers to give this season.
After 27 years, the Belgian designer announced the closing of his namesake label. Here, stylists, photographers and designers reflect on the riot, rebellion and influence of Raf Simons.
It's been a big bumper week in fash-un! Now, slip your bibs on and tuck in to these stories. They're piping hot!
Forget the Fair Isle knits and opt for something a little saucier this Crimbo. Maybe leave out the bondage trousers for granddad, though.
From Christina Ricci in the ’90s to FACE cover star Jenna Ortega in the latest Tim Burton-helmed Netflix series, Wednesday Addams is the original goth girl.
An unexpected link-up between the Italian sportswear brand and Colombian designer was an all-dancing, all-clubbing affair.
Adopted by the Welsh football hardcore, bucket hats in the national colours are now as much a symbol of Wales as the leek, daffodil or rugby shirt.
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Shrooms have long been presented as the magic material of fashion’s future. But Esprit wants to use them to get rid of our old clothes, too.
Beyond the true-to-form politeness, in the Swedish capital, they’re letting off steam in sexy tailoring, XL hoods and stomper boots. Stockholm’s got subversion in spades… even if the nightlife isn’t quite there yet.
William Francis Green’s obsession with bootlegging has led to a collab with independent record labels, creating a super sweet, super sustainable collection of one-of-a-kind pieces.
Can’t find the time to keep up with all the fashun? We’ve rounded up the biggest news of the week. Gird your loins...