As THE FACE and Moncler’s training programme, providing educational resources and paid opportunities to emerging UK creatives, comes to a close, we introduce five top talents and hear what they learnt on their jam-packed, eight-week journey.
One of British magazine publishing’s all-time greats, King has headed up some of the most visionary images of the past two decades. Now, he has a manifesto to live and learn from.
The subversive one-stop-shop for the best art, gear and trinkets is intrinsic to the city’s creative scene. Its founder, Erin Fremder, gives us a proper local’s (virtual) tour.
Toronto-based designer, Steff Eleoff, sacked off her MFA in New York to pursue jewellery design – a decision that’s proving worthwhile, one seductive piece at a time.
Side Hustles: Art director Sophia Tassew has harnessed her creative power this lockdown, unleashing a bold accessories brand that’s already bowled over the fashion industry and beyond.
The Hungarian designer is cooking up a cauldron of frilly, frothy goods influenced by their love of horror, while simultaneously fighting for trans rights in their hometown.