The Face Community!

We are so honoured to be a part of The Face Creative Council & Community.

For those of you not familiar with The Face, The Face Launched in May 1980 and was a British music, fashion and culture monthly magazine published from 1980 to 2004. It’s now relaunched digitally after being closed for 15 years, with a whole new team and diverse community! The Face was and is ahead of its time – it was arguably the first ‘gender-blind’ and multi-racial magazine, aimed neither exclusively at men or women, black or white, nor at any particular sexual orientation.

We are so excited that Jameela is representing AZEEMA - have a look at her profile here

Look out for exciting things to come!

It's the year of the Millennium – and the year of UK Garage bossing the mainstream. I'm glad to have caught some of the era of UK Garage's reign and I feel like this cover for me sums up the attitude of it all. This was shot by The Face legend  #ElaineConstantine , she is well known for capturing the raw energy of British Youth Culture of the 90s. As a photographer and the editor of a magazine that champions diversity, I love this cover and the story – and for me seeing a woman of colour on the cover of a magazine is everything, especially celebrating UK talent and music with such energy and positivity. We honestly need to see more of this in magazines today. It's actually hard to believe this cover and editorial is from 2000 – it looks as if it could have come out yesterday."⁣⠀ –  @jameelaelfaki  editor and art director of  @azeemamag ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ Selecta by  @elaine_constantine ⁣⠀ Volume 3 - No. 41, June 2000⁣⠀ ⁣⠀  #FaceForward   #TheFaceCommunity

It's the year of the Millennium – and the year of UK Garage bossing the mainstream. I'm glad to have caught some of the era of UK Garage's reign and I feel like this cover for me sums up the attitude of it all. This was shot by The Face legend #ElaineConstantine, she is well known for capturing the raw energy of British Youth Culture of the 90s. As a photographer and the editor of a magazine that champions diversity, I love this cover and the story – and for me seeing a woman of colour on the cover of a magazine is everything, especially celebrating UK talent and music with such energy and positivity. We honestly need to see more of this in magazines today. It's actually hard to believe this cover and editorial is from 2000 – it looks as if it could have come out yesterday."⁣⠀
@jameelaelfaki editor and art director of @azeemamag⁣⠀
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Selecta by @elaine_constantine⁣⠀
Volume 3 - No. 41, June 2000⁣⠀
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#FaceForward #TheFaceCommunity

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