The duo discuss the life and career George Hoyningen-Huene, who Muir describes as 'the quintessential thirties photographer', having influenced the likes of Horst P. Horst.
The duo are interviewed by Kelly Hash, editor of Harpers Bazaar Australia, discussing Marshall's recent work on the Isabella Blow: A Fashionable Life exhibition in Australia.
Guiness provides a unique insight as the owner of the entire collection. 'She (Blow) could talk you into being a designer,' adds Guinness.
Our S/S 17 Menswear round-ups are about to begin!
Be sure to tune in and catch up with the collections!
The students from the BA Fashion Communication course have created a series of essays, films, stills and illustrations focusing on topics such as bearded ladies, grey hair and eyebrows.
Be sure to have a look at their work here!
A new interview with hair stylist, Eugene Souleiman is now available to watch as part of our Transformative series - exploring the history of fashion photography through the eyes of the stylists, hair stylists and makeup artists.
Discussing his time working with Steven Meisel on a shoot for Vogue Italia, Souleiman chats to Nick Knight about his role on shoot, transcending that of just hair stylist by sparking the very inspiration behind it.
It is Tumblr AnswerTime!
This Thursday 14 July from 17:00-18:00 BST Nick Knight will be answering all questions, responding to questions concerning photography, fashion film, SHOWstudio and for those who cannot wait, answering questions regarding his upcoming solo exhibition at the Daelim Museum in Korea.
Send your questions in here
The exhibition keeps mesmerising its visitors.
Knight and Muir discuss Edward Streichen, a pictorialist art photographer who brings the Vogue imagery into the modern age. His photographs bring a wonderful modernist feel to fashion photography, as well as his portraits.
Check out the duo's latest discussion to find out more...
Steve Kim will be illustrating NYFW menswear collections!
Originally born in Seoul, Korea, he immigrated to the United States at the age of two and currently resides there, in Oxford, Mississippi. Having graduated from the Art Centre College of Design in 2006 before going on to complete a Masters from Claremont Graduate University in 2010, Kim has since exhibited in Los Angeles, Korea, London, Amsterdam, and Krakow to name a few.
The discussion between SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard and illustrator David Downton forms part of a series of exclusive video interviews, aiming to provide insight into the world of fashion by profiling a multitude of individuals who had an impact.
In their dialogue, Downton talks about changes in the role of fashion illustration, his aesthetic and muses about being labelled.
Inspired by his experiences watching friends being harassed by paparazzi, the t-shirt features wording that is visible only during flash photography.
'The idea for the shirt came from the sense of outrage I felt after seeing footage of a pack of male paparazzi pursuing, hounding and terrorising Kate Moss,' adds Knight. Having been modelled by Moss - this limited edition piece is sure to be a hit!
Shop the ANTI-T-SHIRT here!
A new video by Nick Knight is launching today, commissioned by Alyx's Creative Director Matthew Williams for 032c. The video, titled The Sound of Light's Own Destruction features three different fireworks exploding inside a single plexiglass box.The film challenges the notion of the firework as something celebratory, leaving us with a poignant comment on how destructive it can be to contain and suppress beauty. The mood of the piece reflects Knight's concerns about immigration, exile, social alienation, violence, crime, and repression, all of which are at the forefront of the artist's image making and social consciousness today.
SHOWstudio joined the Snapchat community!
Use the QR Code shown above to join SHOWStudio on Snapchat! We will be sharing behind-the-scenes clips and snaps of our current projects, as well as videos from the office. If you are interested in the way the SHOWstudio Team works, make sure to add us!
Haute Couture A/W 16 is about to begin and we are pleased to announce the illustrator covering the shows for SHOWstudio is Jessica May Underwood.
Underwood rose to the public’s attention debuting for Alexander McQueen and has since collaborated with stylists Katy England and Alister Mackie. With her minimalistic pencil drawings her international presence continues to broaden. Her largest project to date, the Harrods Spring windows, were the largest independently illustrated campaign ever undertaken by the luxury department store.
Visit SHOWstudio’s Tumblr to see Underwood's runway interpretations.
After two days of styling, shooting and illustrating, #StyleShootDraw is coming to an end, leaving an immense selection of photographs and illustrations in its wake.
The models, who were styled by GARAGE Magazine donned looks by Moschino, Balenciaga and McQueen amongst many more, made for a series of incredible life drawing sessions, which are available to watch on-demand on our Facebook page.
The original illustrations from our life drawing sessions, from artists such as Frida Wannerberger, Valerie Servais and Richard Kilroy, will be available to shop soon. In the meantime, keep an eye on our #StyleShootDraw page, as well as Instagram and Facebook for all the latest.
We saw Molly Bair in a flaming red Moschino dress, Yasmin Wijnaldum in starry Gareth Pugh and Armani, Ruth Bell in bedazzling Balenciaga and Jazzelle Zanaughtti in Alexander McQueen. The looks inspired an impressive array of fashion illustration, all of which will be available to shop soon on showstudio.com! In the meantime, be sure to check out footage from the day on Facebook, and keep an eye out for the the rest of the illustrations.
See all the backstage imagery from today's shoot here
Today marks the launch of our exciting new project, #StyleShootDraw!
Taking place today and tomorrow, we will be live streaming a series of models - styled by GARAGE Magazine, as they pose in front of up to 20 illustrators including Frida Wannerberger, Stephen Doherty and our very own Bex Cassie! The models will also be shot by Nick Knight, whilst we live stream all of the action throughout the day.