January 1990: After a year of underground success, Stone Roses and Happy Mondays crowd into a Top of the Pops dressing room to celebrate their entry into the national charts. With Britain at their feet the world will surely follow, and if you're looking for the sound of the Nineties, these are the Mancunian candidates.
The Face Archive
To celebrate his fierce Travis Scott cover-shoot for our new print edition, Richard Benson (Editor of THE FACE 1995-98) walks us through LaChappelle’s best bits from the archive.
It’s the blockbuster that’s part Western, part comic-book and a bit Mortal Kombat... It’s the sci-fi film reinvented. Let the experts who made it show you how. The Matrix: you’ll believe Keanu can fly.
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.
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.