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    In Fashion - Up next Glen Luchford

    In Fashion returns! The next subject to take the hot seat opposite Lou Stoppard as part of our in-depth video interview series will be photographer Glen Luchford.

    Since his first photographic commission shooting The Stone Roses for The Face in 1989, Luchford has worked for magazines including Arena, i-D, Vogue Homme International, UK and US Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Interview, and Vanity Fair. He has also produced some of the most recognisable fashion advertisments of the past twenty years, from his now-iconic Prada imagery in the late 90's to this season's campaign for the newly-revamped Gucci.

    Watch live on Monday 27 April at 11:30 BST to see the interview as it happens. While you wait, browse previous In Fashions, including chats with fellow image-makers David Sims and Venetia Scott, and be sure to tune in for our sit-down with Olivier Rousteing, streaming live on Saturday 25 April at 13:30 BST!

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    Transformative: Sam McKnight on Irving Penn

    Our Transformative project - a running series of interviews with stylists, makeup artists and hairdressers - continues as renowned hairstylist Sam McKnight shares his experiences of working with photographer Irving Penn.

    Recalling a couture shoot in Paris with eighties supermodel Katoucha, McKnight explains the process behind creating hairstyles for Penn: 'He was using a particular light where the hair looked great when it was a little bit spiky and a little bit see-through. He always liked something that was very graphic and that was kind of the look of the moment.' McKnight also talks about other collaborations with Penn, describing the iconic image-maker as 'very quiet, very polite, very mannered. Very charming, lovely, but confident, as you would expect. And very old-school, so there was no misbehaving, there was no singing and dancing, there was no music.'

    Watch the interview now and don't forget to peruse Transformative's sister project Subjective for the model's point of view on some of the world's most famous fashion imagery.

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    Don't miss SHOWstudio Day on The Cut!

    We are delighted to announce that our friends at New York Magazine's The Cut have dedicated a whole day on their blog to discussing SHOWstudio's history and highlights. From early collaborations with Bjork and Alexander McQueen to 3D scanning and artificial intelligence, Nick Knight explains SHOWstudio's evolution and his hopes for the future while The Cut revisit some of our greatest hits including Sweet, J-Walk, Plato's Atlantis and Subjective.

    Explore the feature now!  

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    Men In Motion: Dancer Daniel Proietto and Nick Knight collaborate on a film

    Inspired and moved after viewing Ivan Putrov's Men in Motion at the London Coliseum (a celebration of the male dancer that compresses 100 years of beguiling choreography for men into a concise 100 minutes), Nick Knight asked featured dancer Daniel Proietto to perform his Sinnerman routine, choreographed by Alan Lucien Øyen, on film. The re-staging is a celebration of the majesty of the male dancer - a sublime example of the possibilities of the body and the impact of the moving image.

    Watch now and revisit our review of Men in Motion

     

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    Live now: The second part of Nick Knight's Mary Katrantzou shoot!

    Our There's Something About Mary project continues live today! Watch as Nick Knight shoots supermodel Lily Donaldson in some of Mary Katrantzou's most fantastical creations, from the striking floral tailoring of S/S 12 to her now infamous goldfish print from A/W 11, all styled by SHOWstudio regular Alexander Fury

    Tune in now to watch the shoot as it happens and stay tuned for the finished fashion film!

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    Live tomorrow: The second part of Nick Knight's Mary Katrantzou shoot!

    Remember last year's live shoot with Karlie Kloss to celebrate the 5-year anniversary of the Mary Katrantzou label? There's Something About Mary returns tomorrow, 17 April, when Nick Knight will continue to shoot iconic pieces from Katrantzou's archive, this time on British supermodel Lily Donaldson. Fresh from her 2015 BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund win, there is no better time to celebrate Katrantzou's most acclaimed designs, from lampshade skirts to eye-popping digital prints.

    Watch live at tomorrow at 11:30 BST to see the action as it happens and stay tuned for the completed fashion film, coming soon! 

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    Duty Free Pour Homme - New Fragrance by Tigran Avetisyan

    SHOWstudio is proud to present Duty Free Pour Homme, a new fashion film from Tigran Avetisyan created to introduce the Russian designer's debut perfume. 

    Comprised of four different fragrances (by Chanel, Dior, Calvin Klein and Gucci) poured into one 3D bottle, the perfume was designed to accompany the S/S 15 collection. As Tigran explains, 'The point of the collection was never to sell perfume but through the perfume sell the S/S 15 collection. It might not make sense, but it's actually the reverse logic of what big brands are doing, who produce collections only to support sales of their best selling perfumes.'

    Watch the film now and browse the S/S 15 collection in our newly launched SHOWstudio Shop!

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    Transformative: Val Garland on Tim Walker

    Transformative is back! Hand-in-hand with our Subjective series, which sees Nick Knight re-imagine fashion photography from the model's point of view, our Transformative project presents a history of contemporary fashion imagery from the perspective of those who work behind the scenes: makeup artists, stylists and hairdressers.

    This week's interview is with makeup artist Val Garland, who discusses working with Tim Walker on a shoot for W magazine. Garland describes the makeup for one particular model: 'This young boy was just so incredibly gorgeous, and Edward [Enninful] was going, 'Just do what you want to do!' I thought, he's wearing this beautiful yellow dress, let's just cover him in yellow glitter. It was something so simple.' She also recalls collaborations with Lee McQueenKate Moss and Katie Grand, and explains why her relationship with Walker is so strong; 'What I love about Tim is that he is a storyteller. Anything can happen so it's always a lot of fun.'

    Watch the complete interview now and stay tuned for more as Transformative develops. While you wait, catch up on Nick Knight's chat with hairdresser Sam McKnight!

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    Review the ready-to-wear Paris, Milan, London and New York

    Missed this week's round-up panels? Don't fret, you can still revisit all the highs and lows of New York, London, Milan and Paris A/W 15 with on-demand footage of our live panel discussions chaired by SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard.

    Re-live NYFW with The Independent's Alexander Fury, fashion historian Lucy Norris and creative consultant Mimma Viglezio. The panel of industry experts discussed wearabilty, the relevance of diffusion lines and the commercial constaints of New York.

    Watch writer Camilla Morton, PR Mandi Lennard, The Independent's Rebecca Gonsalves and The Mushpit's Charlottle Roberts review the latest London offerings, pondering theatricality, the dangers of early hype and the appeal of daywear.

    Alexander Fury, The Telegraph's Victoria Moss and journalists Harriet Quick and Hilary Alexander unpicked Milan, covering economic evolution, celebrity endorsement and 'the new awkward.'

    Finally, writer and blogger Susanna Lau, Sunday Times Style's Pandora Sykes and The Times' Anna Murphy explored Paris, department stores and 'uncomfotable' dressing.

    Catch up now!

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    A Re-see with Ryan Lo

    Our latest Re-see sees Ryan Lo reflect on his A/W 15 collection with SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard.

    The London-based designer explains how his most recent offering was a deliberate move away from his signature girlishness towards something more grown-up; 'There's no glitter. I just thought it was time to do something a bit more sophisticated, a bit more womanly. There's black - I never work with black!' Lo also talks about early reference points, feeling pigeonholed and collaborating with Gary Card and Robbie Spencer.

    Enjoy the front row experience now!

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    Don't miss our A/W 15 round-up panels

    Fashion week withdrawal? Join us on Monday 13 and Tuesday 14 April as SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard rounds up the Autumn/Winter 2015 collections with the help of fashion industry experts in more of our signature live panel discussions.

    First up, on Monday 13 April, The Independent's Alexander Fury, fashion historian Lucy Norris, creative consultant Mimma Viglezio and freelance fashion stylist Verity Parker will be unpicking the New York shows at 10:30 BST. This will be followed by an overview of London with The Independent's Rebecca Gonsalves, writer Camilla Morton, PR Mandi Lennard and The Mushpit's Charlotte Roberts at 17:00 BST. Then on Tuesday 14 April, Alexander Fury, journalists Harriet Quick and Hilary Alexander and The Daily Telegraph's Victoria Moss will be dissecting Milan at 10:30 BST before our Paris finale with writer and blogger Susanna Lau, Sunday Times Style's Pandora Sykes and The Times' Anna Murphy at 17:00 BST.

    While you wait, revist the highlights of the seaosn with SHOWstudio's Collections coverage, featuring curated social media feeds, show reports and on-demand panel discussions!

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    In Fashion - Up next Olivier Rousteing

    In Fashion returns! For the next instalment of the in-depth video interview series, SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard will be speaking to Balmain's creative director Olivier Rousteing

    Tune in on Saturday 25 April at 13:30 BST to hear Rousteing discuss celebrity campaigns, star designers and being appointed as head of Balmain aged just 25.

    In anticipation, browse previous In Fashion interviews including recent chats with Thomas Tait and David Sims.

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    Love, Money, God: Michèle Lamy

    Over years of researching her Icons and Muses project, Sofia Tchkonia has interviewed numerous influential figures of 20th and 21st century fashion and culture, including Pierre Berge, Rick Owens and Serge Lutens. She invited SHOWstudio to edit and release the footage as a series entitled Love, Money, God, a nod to the journalist's three key questions.

    Following on from previous interviews with Jean-Paul Goude and Betty Catroux, this week's candid conversation is with fashion consultant and entrepreneur Michèle Lamy. Lamy discusses studying to be an attorney, opening a factory in LA and meeting Rick Owens, who she is now wife and muse to; 'I think I had seen him in the street. His look before was not so different to now, a little more fierce... He was sticking out.' Aside from her career, Lamy also ponders wrinkles, humanity, and what keeps her going: 'Tea and cigarettes!'

    Head to our Love, Money, God project now to hear the fashion icon reminisce about her life

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