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.
Fumiko Imano – known for her introspective self-portraits – returns alongside her doppelgänger and takes us along for the ride.
With countless celeb and fashion endorsements under its belt, Crocs’ status as the ultimate stay-at-home accessory is expanding far beyond the pandemic.
Louise Trotter’s latest outing for the heritage label offers a rousing call-to-arms, expressed through lively silhouettes and innovative use of fabrics.
Bologna, Italy meets Darwen, Lancashire for a collab – and exhibition – informed by industry, hard graft and a desire to look sharp on street corners.
The creative director transcends time for SS22, exploring the darkness of 17th century ruffles, skirt hoops and embroidery. But, true to form, it remained oddly futuristic – and he didn’t even need a sonic screwdriver.
From vintage Prada to old school Japanese and Belgian designers, Millie Foster Price is selling the most sought after pieces you’d never dream of owning – until now.
Miuccia Prada’s SS22 collection cut, slashed and tore up beige fabric in its masses. Low-rise trousers, V-neck jumpers and a flash of skin… welcome to the School of Miu Miu.
Virginie Viard’s SS22 collection paid playful tribute to Chanel classics and the glitzy runway shows of hedonistic eras – and the rose-tinted joy was contagious.
Returning to the IRL runway, McCartney’s latest (sustainably-minded) collection takes its roots from fungi. Could it be magic?
For his latest collection, John Galliano presented a film that paid homage to new-age mudlarkers, the sea and William Blake. Didn’t think you’d ever hear those three words in the same sentence? Us neither, but don’t worry – there were loads of great clothes in there, too.
A further taste of the French house’s future under creative director Matthew M. Williams – his first in front of a live audience.
Demna Gvasalia presented his SS22 offering for the French fashion house with a red carpet spectacle like no other.
A number of painstakingly replicated Valentino archive pieces punctuated a collection hellbent on remixing tradition for the modern age.
An all-out extravaganza, Thierry Mugler, Couturissime is the newly-opened exhibition charting the infinite possibilities of the Parisian couturier since his 1970s beginnings. Whips, chains and latex at the ready…
Did you know that the word "Gucci" has been sung more than 22,000 times since 1921? Neither did we, until Alessandro Michele made a trippy film about it to celebrate.