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    Check out Caitlin Price's S/S 16 fashion films

    Check out Caitlin Price's S/S 16 fashion films!

    The South London designer's collections of sportswear silhouettes inspired by the 90s club scene  have taken London Fashion Week by storm for the past two seasons. 

    For S/S 16, image-maker Benjamin Bowe-Carter created two films to showcase Price's collection. The first film showcases the inspirations for her designs, compiling imagery of rave club nights. The second film is of Price's presentation. Overlaid with rave music, the film shows the final garments, setting the scene for the pieces and alluding to their context.

    Watch the films exclusively on SHOWstudio now, and check out the SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A e-store for Price's A/W 15 products!

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    Get ready for Black Friday!

    Brace yourselves! Black Friday sales are hitting our SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A online store this week.

    To celebrate Thanksgiving and to prepare you for Christmas, we are offering amazing discounts on all our womenswear, menswear and accessories. 

    The exclusive offer starts today with 10% off, just use the promocode DROP10OFFNOW. Don't miss out!

    Check out our SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A store now to pick your favourites from the likes of Nasir Mazhar, Xander Zhou, Sibling, Hood by Air, Gosha Rubchinskiy and much more.


    Shop Mens

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    NB: Raf Simons and J.W. Anderson products are not included in the sale. 

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    New 'North' essay launches today!

    'North' is a project exploring the various ways the North of England has been portrayed and stereotyped in media and fashion, pondering whether the place where someone has grown up influences their aesthetic.

    The next instalment in the series is an essay by Durham University history professor, Adrian Green. Entitled 'The North Country in History,' Green discovers the origins of the North and South divide and explains why these ideas have remained pertinent today. 

    Green stresses the significance of regional accents, forms of dress and distinct cultural practices in creating the distinct divide between the North and South today.

    Make sure you read the essay and check out the rest of the 'North' series, featuring an essay by Adam Murray as well as an interview with stylist Simon Foxton

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    Congratulations to Nick Knight on winning the Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator!

    SHOWstudio are thrilled to congratulate Nick Knight! Knight had the honour of accepting the Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator at the British Fashion Awards! 

    Knight continiously pushes the boundaries of fashion film and photography, working with some of fashion's most celebrated designers, creating some of fashion's most iconic imagery and film. 

    At the 2015 British Fashion Awards, Knight was accompanied on stage by two of SHOWstudio's collaborators. Lady Gaga accompanied Knight on stage and Karlie Kloss presented Knight with the award. 

    Revisit Nick Knight's interview and process footage in our Unseen McQueen series, Lady Gaga's 'In Camera' interview or watch Karlie Kloss in Mary Katrantzou's fashion film 'There's Something About Mary'.

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    'Sole Searching in South America 2' is now LIVE!

    in February 2014 a group of adidas enthusiasts from the UK were tipped off about a shop in Buenos Aires packed with vintage and dead stock adidas products. This group was made up of Stone Roses’ Ian Brown, trainer collector Robert Brooks, photographer Neil Bedford, filmmaker Greg Bond, plus Gary Aspden and Mike Chetcuti of adidas. They travelled to Argentina where they found the shop and met its owner Carlos Ruiz.

    By way of acknowledging store owner Ruiz and his kind support of the Spezial range, adidas created the New York SPZL 'Carlos' shoe. Sole Searching in South America 2 follows the same group of adidas fans as they reunite to travel back to Argentina to present Ruiz with his shoe and gift him with an allocation of these collectibles for his now legendary store. The film documents their journey and shows how Ruiz's lfe has changed since their original trip.

    Watch Sole Searching in South America 2 to see Ruiz and the adidas team reunite! 

  6. by SHOWstudio .

    'Sole Searching in South America 2' is coming soon!

    The sequel to adidas Originals x SPEZIAL film, 'Sole Searching in South America' launches Monday 23 November 08:00 BST. 

    In 2014, Gary Aspden was tipped off about a store in Buenos Aires, filled with vintage adidas pieces. Upon visiting the shop and its owner, Carlos, with a number of adidas fanatics, including musician Ian Brown, notorious adidas collector Robert Brooks and adidas enthusiast Mike Chetcuti, the group, in awe of the array, took some rare archive pieces back to England to inspire their adidas Originals x SPEZIAL collection, and to showcase in the SPEZIAL exhibition as a part of Design Manchester 14.

    The sequel, 'Sole Searching in South America 2' starts with the aftermath of the first film, which made Carlos into a worldwide celebrity. While spending time with Carlos in 2014, Aspden and his team formed a close relationship with the collector and were compelled to return his kindness. Part two of the documentary sees the group return to the now legendary shop, armed with collectable pieces of the New York SPZL pack, as well as the 'Carlos shoe' to show their appreciation. 

    Tune in Monday 23 November 08:00 BST to watch the sequel. 

    Craving some adidas for yourself? Visit our SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A store and snap up a pair of our adidas x Raf Simons shoes.

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    Don't forget to apply to SHOWstudio's first Fashion Film Award!

    There’s still time to apply to SHOWstudio’s first ever Fashion Film Award. 

    We have partnered with QIC Global Real Estate to offer a budding filmmaker the chance to win a number of incredible prices including a £10,000 budget to create a film for SHOWstudio, a camera from Red Digital Cinema and a trip to Australia to attend an exclusive screening of the winning film. 

    All you have to do is submit a fashion film of no more than five minutes by Monday 4 January 2016. Full terms, conditions and submission guidelines can be found on the Fashion Film Award page

    Entries will be judged by a panel of influential industry figures comprised of Gareth Pugh, Ruth Hogben, Daphne Guinness and Nicola Formichetti

    If you’re looking for inspiration, why not take a look at our fashion film archive? From Nick Knight’s Alexander McQueen-based series to Ruth Hogben's seasonal dramatics for Gareth Pugh, there’s plenty to get your creative juices flowing. 

    Don’t forget to check out some of Knight’s earliest fashion films such as Sweet, Flash and Dolls along with his more recent offerings which include Tom Ford’s S/S 16 campaign video, the tantalising horror A Beautiful Darkness and the fluffy, feminine Girly.

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    'The Moon and the Cat's Eyes' live shoot is now over

    Nick Knight and Amanda Harlech’s live shoot for V magazine is now over.

    Over the course of two days, models Molly Bair and Cierra Skye have transformed into a S/S 16 sorceress and streetwalker for the mystical-themed The Moon and the Cat’s Eyes.

    We’ve seen them model designs by Prada, J.W. Anderson, Gucci and more and have been given a behind-the-scenes look at the photoshoot process.     

    Stay tuned for the final images on SHOWstudio! 

  9. by SHOWstudio .

    Keep watching Nick Knight and Amanda Harlech's live shoot

    Day two of Nick Knight and Amanda Harlech’s V magazine shoot is half way through. 

    Models Molly Bair and Cierra Skye have once again transformed into a mystical sorceress and streetwalker for The Moon and the Cat’s Eyes.

    So far, we’ve seen Bair and Skye pose in between giant piping wearing intricate S/S 16 looks from the likes of Prada, Gucci and Comme des Garçons. 

    Keep watching for more set changes and more looks from Chanel, Givenchy and Gareth Pugh. 

  10. by SHOWstudio .

    Watch the second day of Nick Knight and Amanda Harlech's shoot

    The second day of Nick Knight and Amanda Harlech’s V magazine shoot is now live!

    Entitled The Moon and the Cat’s Eyes, the shoot will see models Molly Bair and Cierra Skye continue their roles of sorceress and streetwalker.

    Watch the live stream now to see hairstylist Sam McKnight and make-up artist Isamaya Ffrench work more of their magic and get the opportunity to see Knight’s photographic process up close.

    Yesterday saw Bair and Skye atop industrial pipes and in the midst of a smoking pool of ice. Keep watching today to see what else is in store...


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    Head on down to Charles Jeffrey's LOVERBOY Film Night!

    Tomorrow, SHOWstudio contributor Charles Jeffrey is hosting another one of his infamous LOVERBOY film nights at Dalston’s Vogue Fabrics. 

    LOVERBOY Film Night #3 will be showing Lars von Trier’s 1998 film The Idiots: a Danish comedy centred around a group of young eccentrics who attack middle class thinking by pretending to be mentally handicapped. 

    The screening will be accompanied by a special performance from Kevin Joseph Bailor with set design by Jack Appleyard. 

    Sharna Osborne and Chloe Valentine have also created a one-off film to commemorate the night while Julie Greve shot the campaign.  

    Head on down to Vogue Fabrics tomorrow, Tuesday 17 November, at 20:00 for a night filled with surprises! 

  12. by SHOWstudio .

    'The Moon and the Cat's Eyes' shoot is now LIVE!

    Nick Knight and Amanda Harlech's shoot, The Moon and the Cat's Eyes, is now LIVE!

    Collaborating with Amanda Harlech, the magazine's Fashion Director and a long time friend, Knight will be shooting Molly Bair and Cierra Skye in an editorial inspired by the horror film 'A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.'

    Tune in to our live-stream right now to watch Andrew Tomlinson's set take shape. 

    Huge thanks to weholite for providing the industrial piping and Robin Parkin at Morris Machinery for delivering the lighting. 

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