The Face Magazine No 78 October 1986 Miles Davis Arthur Tress Was (Not Was) David Byrne Iain Banks

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The Face Magazine No 78 October 1986 Miles Davis Arthur Tress Was (Not Was) David Byrne Iain Banks

The Face Back Issue No 78 October 1986

MILES DAVIS 18
AT SIXTY THE GREATEST LIVING
JAZZMAN IS COMPETING WITH HIS OWN PAST

40 DAVID BYRNE 
TRUE STORIES AND GASEOUS CLOUDS
FROM OTHER PLANETS. THE FACE INTERVIEW

46 FASHION: BLUE MOODS 
AND ROLLED GOLD. STYLED BY FINBAR.
GILDED PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROGER CHARITY

59 AGONY AND ECSTASY
FLAWS IN THE NEW DESIGNER
DRUGS. REPORT BY PETER NASMYTH

58 FLATBUSH CITY LIMITS
SHERYL GARRATT MEETS THE GANG:
FULL FORCE, UTFO, THE REAL ROXANNE

74 FASHION WEEK
LONDON COLLECTIONS. EIGHT-PAGE SPECIAL.
PREVIEWS, PREDICTIONS, SOURCES — FOR SPRING 87

84 THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI
FILM NOIR FASHION STYLED BY MITZI
LORENZ, MONOCHROMED BY EAMONN MCCABE

100 JEUNES SANS FRONTIERES
PLAY OUR GAME FOR THE STATELESS AND
WIN A EURO-PASSPORT TO A NEW CONTINENT

106 WAS (NOT WAS)
THAT WAS THE GROUP THAT WAS.
THE WAS BROS INTERVIEWED BY DAVE HILL

109 EXPO: ARTHUR TRESS
THE PHOTOGRAPHER AS SHAMAN TRESS
PUTS THE FEAR BACK INTO CIVILISATION

D E P A R T M E N T S
INTRO 26-37 Keith Carradine’s got trouble in mind 
Fission Which one’s Jef? Hf Trivia (not trivial)
The Spielberg Folly Filming in Manhattan’s back yard 
Art Blakey Hf lain Banks takes it to The Bridge 
Jay Strongman’s Dancefloor 
Graham Budgett’s montage madness
Record Selections
Bobbi Humphrey hi-flutin
Joseph minding the store 
LETTERS 
99 BACK ISSUES and SUBSCRIPTIONS
110 DISINFORMATION 
130 MONITOR 
115-127 Print reviewed by Gordon Burn
Television by lan Penman
Polities by Marek Kohn and Sheila Hayman
Music reviewed by David Toop 
Films Dawn Of The Dead, Crossroads etc: The new releases reviewed by Neil Norman


The Face was a very popular British music, fashion and culture magazine that was launched in May 1980 by Nick Logan who had also previously created the teenage pop magazine Smash Hits, and had been an editor at the New Musical Express (NME) in the 1970s. Some people associated with The Face over the years were designer and typographer Neville Brody (Art Director, 198186), 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 and others.

Very Good+ condition. No torn pages.

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