The fashion house has released the Tread Slick sneaker first shown in their SS20 pre-collection, as lensed by six photographers from around the world. It’s a nod to the summer months, and since you’re saving all those pennies staying at home...
Fred Perry came under Twitter-attack last week for featuring non-white models in their campaigns. “Youth culture pushes through,” says activist, artist and model Saffiyah Khan…
The Russian designer-cum-photographer fashions everyday objects into weird and wonderful outfits. Here, she makes AW20’s most memorable looks out of paper — including one of Moschino’s mega three-tier cakes — exclusively for The Face.
Influenced by pop art, politics and pin badges, the artist’s sociopolitical work is delivered with a wink. His graphite works – inspired by artists from Ed Ruscha to Jenny Holzer – have found a fan in Hedi Slimane.
The master mane tamer shares four exclusive hair sculptures with The Face.
The founders of high-end streetwear label 424, SoCal’s go-to uniform kitter Noon Goons, and zine publishing imprint-turned-clothing brand Total Luxury Spa weigh in on creativity pre, during and post-Covid-19.
Nye Bevan stans 🤝 fans of premium British skatewear.
We catch up with Ahluwalia, Supriya Lele, Nicholas Daley, Chopova Lowena and Casablanca a day after the LVMH Group’s decision to split the €300,000 cash prize equally between the eight finalists.
The anonymous Brighton-based designer and elusive London figure has been fond of hiding behind masks since long before they were mandatory. So who better to ask for a round-up of the best masked moments in pop culture history?
The British Fashion Council, longtime champions of British talent and design, have announced today the launch of the BFC Foundation Covid Crisis Fund.
Immie Spilsbury’s wash-your-hands tap signet rings are a sign of the times.
The designer makes club-ready clothes, dons men in mesh and studied at the fancy Royal College of Art. Now she’s listed as one of Forbes’ annual 30 Under 30. Naturally, we got on the phone to send our congrats.
Volume 4 Issue 3: Preview Supreme’s SS20 collection, as seen on a cast of London’s hot young artists, musicians, skateboarders and designers.
The Manila-based fashion label have launched their Resort 2020 collection that looks at island life through the turbulent lens of adulthood.
Inside the famous footwear designer’s largest-ever exhibition.
Childlike joy, mundane surrealism and post-apocalyptic apparel – this is how designers are responding to oppression right now.
The South African designer tells us about his homespun, high tech AW20 collection.