...and it’s one of their finest collabs yet.
The House of Genius space will house a number of exclusive pieces, including Moncler and HOKA®'s Mafate Speed 2, an elevated running shoe designed for rugged outdoor adventure. Kick off your city skates and scope it out.
Antwerp’s MoMu Gallery tackles three decades of fashion in E/MOTION, exploring the defining socio-political moments in an exhibition that emphasises the transformative nature of clothing.
In Versace Catwalk: The Complete Collections, the Italian house’s glittering legacy is traced from the excesses of its late ’80s beginnings and the hedonism of the ’90s, right through to the digital era of today.
A range of sustainable, genderless garments, it features organic sweats, underwear and T-shirts – perfect for the Sunday morning trip to the offie for a pint of milk.
THE FACE speaks to the creative director about his democratic approach to fashion, his pursuit of fashion films and making clothes for the women he sees every day.
Fendace, Gucci and Balenciaga, Balenciaga and The Simpsons (!): this year has seen a wave of fashion moments that cause ripples and disruption, taking things to the next level.
It’s not another teen movie. It’s a new age, twenty-something angst. Thanks to Heaven by Marc Jacobs, Beabadoobee, Brian Molko and Kathy Acker, ’90s nostalgia is totally rad again.
Daniel Lee presented his SS22 collection for the Italian house in Detroit, showcasing a uniform for our return to “real life”, imbued with a welcome theatricality.
Spooky season is upon us, but put down the fake blood. These costume ideas will ensure you’re the afterlife of the party without it.
In a new film capturing the sweet spot between fantasy and reality, creative director Riccardo Tisci presents a new outerwear collection that’ll have you longing for those cold, cold nights.
With Earthkeepers, the veteran British designer encourages us to look after our planet and buy only what we need – in this case, high-tech garments made from recycled and natural materials built to last a lifetime.
The artist photographed a fashion story for our latest issue, placing mannequins in weird scenarios after they’d been styled to the nines by THE FACE’s fashion director, Danny Reed.
The New York-based artist captures close-knit friendships and newfound connections in this gritty fashion story, featuring a hand-picked cast from the four corners of the city: Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and the Bronx.
Taken from the new print issue of THE FACE – get your copy here.
Photographer Esther Theaker and stylist Isabelle Sayer get up close and personal in a fashion story balancing the sensuality, temporality and slow, soft movement of fleeting moments. Ahh.
Taken from the new print issue of THE FACE. Get your copy here.
After five years of presenting the house’s collections in Paris, Sarah Burton finds purpose in the city’s contrasts – hard and soft, fast and slow, sun and, well, pissing it down – to super cool effect.
Bums are out, inflatable octopuses are in for this shoot by photographer Lengua and stylist Ursina Gysi for the latest issue of The FACE.
Artists Nathalie Nguyen and Dominic Lopez have built their very own world where digital clothes are worn by miniature dolls and humans alike. Now stocked at Marc Jacobs’ Heaven shop in LA, Happy99 is the real deal – both virtually and IRL.
As we approach party season, Louis Vuitton provides joy through luxe trophy pieces to go out out in. Here, Danish photographer Michella Bredahl captures the AW21 collection for the latest issue of THE FACE.
The whimsical designs of the artist-slash-designer merge with McCartney’s London spirit in a capsule collection celebrating youth, counter-culture and club kids.