“Wow, you’re going to the launch of the new Face magazine? I’m so envious! “
That was the response provided by my daddy when I told him what I was doing for make, and it totally took me by surprise.
His face lit up as he told me about buying The Face for the first time in May 1980, and he even had the first 10 editions on hand to show me.
But as someone in their 20 s, the store genuinely doesn’t mean much to me – it went out of publish in 2004 when I was 10 years old.
In its heyday, The Face came out every month and would feature interviews with “the worlds biggest” creators in the UK and US, along with showcasing fashion tends, club culture and cutting-edge photography.