Issue No.2, March 1997, Volume 3: Where did it all go wrong for The Artist Formerly Known As Slave? Ask Ekow Eshun. He visited Prince at Paisley Park, and thinks he might have the answer. Kind of.
The Face Archive
To mark the 23rd anniversary of his death, editor Sheryl Garrett has reissued Bliss To Be Alive – a collection of The Face’s foremost features writer’s most loved work.
1997: They’re Number One pop stars and the architects of Amyl House. They’re Dr. Ed and Mr. Tom, and they’re ready to unleash more weird science on you. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
February 1984: “The badly-dressed people are always the most interesting,” says Jean-Paul Gaultier. His zany and iconoclastic creations have managed to bemuse even the most modern tastes. Here are six of the most striking, described and photographed by the designer himself.