Head to head: As seen on the Kardashians and, like, every influencer ever, high-rise bikinis have been hotting up beaches summer after summer. How high are you willing to go?
Never mind it being a quiet one this season: Martine Rose, Ahluwalia and Robyn Lynch still flew the flag for Great British fashion.
Panting, throbbing and a little humid, the designer’s SS23 collection shrinks proportions and winks to the sexual fantasies of London’s queer culture.
Off the Rails: Recently worn by FKA twigs, the CSM grad is as influenced by French philosophers as she is Francis Bacon. Oh, and she’d have Buddha and Angelina Jolie over for dinner.
We meet the design duo behind Sydney-based unisex brand, Song for the Mute, whose latest collection is a love letter to the colourful characters of ’90s Paris.
Head to head: the red, white and blue was unavoidable this Jubilee weekend. But with a history spanning Geri Halliwell and the far-right, can the Union Jack make a Cool Britannia return?
Underwear’s getting a makeover: out with lingerie dictated by male fantasy, in with the shops reinventing what it means to look and feel hot, one (sustainably made) pair of pants at a time.
With a finger on the pulse, and a deep adoration for the women around her, designer Supriya Lele is striding in a vibrant, nuanced lane of her own.
In their latest pairing, ’70s and ’80s silhouettes are reimagined in only the brightest of colours – ready for a summertime proper.
Year on year, the art school’s BA Fashion Communication course churns out the kind of talent that finds its way to a shiny mag cover near you. 2022 is no different.
Off the Rails: This week, we meet Dutch designer Alyssa Groeneveld, whose graduate collection scored praise on and off the pitch, challenging modern masculinity in the process.
As seen on: The celebs have been out wearing pearl necklaces, archive Versace, new Versace, trusty blazers, gimp masks and bloody massive Balenciaga boots. It’s called fashion, darling.
This year’s glittering students opted to celebrate rather than present us with a dark, dystopian future. Thank god – it’s the shot of adrenaline we all needed.
Chris Tordoff, founder of @fruits_magazine_archives, handpicks the freshest images from the cult mag exclusively for THE FACE, in honour of our cover star, Beabadoobee, who was photographed by FRUiTS founder Shoichi Aoki.
Twenty-five years since FRUiTS began and five years since it was canned, its founder and THE FACE’s Beabadoobee cover photographer Shoichi Aoki is set to replant the seeds of the underground style bible.
From Peachy Den to Ice Studios, we trawled dozens of shops to find this summer’s hottest staple so you didn’t have to.
For SS23, Kim Jones enlisted guest designer ERL, who then dipped into the house’s ’90s archive. The result was a “creative dialogue” that bridged oceans and eras with breezy flamboyance.
The televised mecca of fast fashion is ditching the wear-it-once-for-Insta mentality for a more eco-friendly approach.
As seen on: this week, Chloë Sevigny got hitched in Jean Paul Gaultier, Beabadoobee cropped-out and Paloma Elsesser launched her new collab with Miaou. Two very big thumbs up.
Off the Rails: Once Ashley Williams’ intern, the Kiwi designer has just launched a brand-new collection channelling the irreverent spirit of London’s youth. Here’s how she made it happen.
Head to head: This week, our favourite celebrity did her food shop in a bikini. She looked brilliant, but do the same rules apply to us normies? THE FACE debates.
This season, creative director Alessandro Michele was giddy with optimism, and by the end of the show, it almost seemed like an illegal (well-dressed) rave.