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    The Face (magazine)


    The Face

    Cover featuring Adam Ant
    Former editors Nick Logan
    Sheryl Garratt
    Richard Benson
    Adam Higginbotham
    Johnny Davis
    Neil Stevenson
    Categories Fashion, Popular culture
    Frequency Monthly
    First issue May 1980
    Final issue May 2004
    Company EMAP
    Country  United Kingdom
    Language English
    Website www.theface.co.uk
    ISSN 0263-1210


    The Face was a British music, fashion and culture monthly magazine started in May 1980 by Nick Logan.


    The Face (magazine) History



    The Face (magazine) 1980s

    Logan had previously created the teen pop magazine Smash Hits, and had been an editor at the New Musical Express in the 1970s before launching The Face in 1980.

    The magazine was influential in showcasing a number of fashion, music, and style trends of youth culture including New Romantic, and the "Hard Times" look of the mid-1980s.

    From 1981 to 1986, Neville Brody was typographer, graphic designer, and art director of the magazine.


    The Face (magazine) 1990s

    In 1992, the magazine ran an article which contained a reference to the supposed sexual orientation of the Australian actor and pop star Jason Donovan. Donovan sued the magazine for libel in 1992 and won the case.[1] Subsequently, the magazine requested donations from readers to pay the substantial libel damages and court costs which came to £300,000.

    Cover featuring David LaChapelle photo of Gisele Bündchen

    The magazine set up the "Lemon Aid" fund—supposedly so-called because the original article on Donovan had stated that he treated his hair with lemon juice to make it blonder. Donovan reached a settlement with the magazine which allowed it to stay in business.

    Its best selling period was in the mid-1990s[citation needed], when editor Richard Benson brought in a team that included art director Lee Swillingham. Benson ensured the magazine's written content reflected developments in music, art and fashion whilst Swillingham changed the visual direction of the magazine to showcase new photography, commissioning work by Stéphane Sednaoui, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Steven Klein, David LaChapelle, Norbert Schoerner, Glen Luchford, Henry Bond,[2] Craig McDean and Elaine Constantine.

    In 1999, Wagadon was sold the title to the publishing company EMAP.

    Notable names associated with the magazine were designer & typographer Neville Brody (Art Director, 1981–86), creative director Lee Swillingham (Art Director 1993–1999), Craig Tilford (Art Directior 1999–2002), Graham Rounthwaite (Art Director 2002–2003), Julie Burchill, Tony Parsons, photographers Juergen Teller, David Sims and writers including Jon Savage, Fiona Russell Powell and James Truman, subsequently editor of Details in the US and editorial director for Condé Nast in the US.


    The Face (magazine) 2000s

    By the time of its May 2004 closure, monthly sales had declined and advertising revenues had consequently reduced. Publishers EMAP closed the title to concentrate resources on its more successful magazines. In an ironic twist, Jason Donovan led a consortium that made an abortive approach to EMAP to save the title prior to its closure.[3]


    The Face (magazine) Legacy


    In 2011 The Face was added to the permanent collection of the Design Museum, London,[4] and featured in the Postmodernism exhibition and the 2013 "Club to Catwalk" exhibition at the V&A.[5]

    Thames & Hudson is to publish a history of The Face 1980-1999 by Paul Gorman in 2015.[6]


    The Face (magazine) Editors


    • Nick Logan
    • Sheryl Garratt
    • Richard Benson
    • Adam Higginbotham
    • Johnny Davis
    • Neil Stevenson 2002–2004

    The Face (magazine) References


    1. ^ Daphne Lockyer (5 January 2008). "The return of Jason Donovan". London: timesonline.co.uk. Retrieved 2011-08-21. 
    2. ^ See, for example: Tony Naylor, "Thieves Like Us," [a story on anarchist group Decadent Action] The Face, 9/1997, p. 124-28. Facsimile available of p. 124-25; Siân Pattenden, "Fitter, happier, more productive?" The Face, 3/1998, p. 170-74. Facsimile available of p. 170-71.
    3. ^ "Jason Donovan may save The Face | B&T". Bandt.com.au. Retrieved 2011-08-20. 
    4. ^ "The Face's greatest hits, by Nick Logan – in pictures". The Guardian. 4 December 2011. Retrieved 2013-03-01. 
    5. ^ "Eighties Music Scene Resurrected in V&A Club To Catwalk Exhibition". Pillowmagazine.com. 22 January 2013. Retrieved 2013-03-01. 
    6. ^ http://www.paulgormanis.com/?p=9125

    The Face (magazine) External links




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