Once upon a time The Face hit you right in the solar plexus with its renegade aesthetic, poetic ferocity and creative concentric multiverses. It reboots in April — YASSS!
Fashion’s slickest, most frontline mag, The Face, is back. FUCK YEAH! The bangin’ British publication, which had a colossal impact on the eighties and naughties creative/style scenes under its extra visionary editor Nick Logan, has rebooted. Yep, under brand new ownership and artistic direction, the revamp will drop online in April and in print this September. This week it launched on social media with mad pizzazz. We’re stoked!
Its fusion of socially conscious commentary, avant-garde fashion spreads and Neville Brody’s inventive take on graphic design/fonts helped forge the mag’s fierce identity and facilitated the genesis and evolution of a new era of lifestyle glossies, including Blitz, Dazed, Details and i-D. The rag was an incubator for artistic swashbucklers and shutterbugs like Juergen Teller, Corinne Day, Nick Knight, David Sims and Inez & Vinoodh, as well as a beacon for the Buffalo collective, led by stylist Ray Petri. READ FULL ARTICLE ->