A trailblazer in the world of youth culture commentary, The Face magazine finally receives a full retrospective in book form with the release of The Story of The Face: The Magazine that Changed Culture. Published by Thames & Hudson, written by curator and author Paul Gorman, this image-heavy new release charts the rise of fall of the magazine 37 years after the first issue hit shelves. Showcasing just about every significant movement, both underground and mainstream, The Face championed stylist Ray Petri’s iconic Buffalo movement, featured some of Nick Knight’s earliest photography and introduced the likes of Sade, Corinne Day, Cindy Sherman and Robert Mapplethorpe to a mass audience. “A strong voice of British urban identity in the age of Thatcher, it rapidly became the first lifestyle publication and the global benchmark for journalism concerning trends in music, fashion, photography, film, media, politics and social issues.” Find a copy here.
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