Style

How Manchester’s youth are carving their own style in 2022

Manchester’s Northern Quarter has been in a tug-of-war for some time. It's Big Biz on one side, independent spirit on the other. But out of this has come an exciting city style, with brands like Donkwear and Drama Call making noise across the country.

Do fashion show protests change anything?

Fashion show protests have a long and messy history, with Molly-Mae's Pretty Little Thing show the latest to hit the headlines. But as the line between designers and activists blurs, what role do protests play today?

Supersonic youth: who said subcultures were dead?

We’ve trawled the depths of TikTok, the nichest corners of the internet, London’s sweatiest clubs and local shopping centres to find out what all the cool kids are wearing. From mall rats and happy campers to medieval mystics and Depop drama queens, here’s where the youth are now pledging their sartorial allegiances...

How can I dress like Kanye?

Get the Look: Caught up with jeen-yuhs yet? If not, wet your whistle with The Kimbino’s latest column for THE FACE, where she dissects all things Ye.

How can I dress like Pamela Anderson?

Get the look: This week, The Kimbino salutes the greatest blonde to ever grace our screens (sorry, Marilyn), retracing her best looks from the ’90s and finding contemporary versions in Marine Serre, Balenciaga, Miaou and more.

The history of nameplate jewellery

Documenting the Nameplate debunks the notion that nameplates are nothing more than fancy bits of bling, celebrating the rich, emotional history behind the pieces.

A case for Rihanna’s bonkers pregnancy jeans

The Bajan singer announced her pregnancy on Monday, wearing a wide pair of jeans that dragged through the New York City slush. Warning: this style is not to be tried at home. Some things are better left to Rih.

Will twee’s revival bring back toxic body image?

The movement that gave us 500 Days of Summer and ukulele YouTube covers aplenty, twee fashion is back. But for some, its revival is bringing back memories of the toxic body image ideals that were originally associated with the movement.

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