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    NEW Marques' Almeida footage!

    Brand new edited footage from our live-streamed interview with Paulo Almeida and Marta Marques is now available to watch on SHOWstudio, to tie in with the showing of the Marques'Almeida S/S 17 collection today.

    Originally streamed in 2014 as part of our rolling 'In Fashion' series, the duo were interviewed by Lou Stoppard discussing their 'intense experience' as MA students at Central Saint Martins as well as the 'soul' behind their label.

    Be sure not to miss the interview and watch the conversation here!

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    Our LFW Illustrator is Jacquetta Crook!

    We are moving on from New York to London Fashion Week! Don't miss any of our S/S 17 coverage from our LFW illustrator, Jacquetta Crook.

    Jacquetta, also known as Sally in the Wood, is a self-taught arist challenging the notion of the female gaze. Her quirky take on classic figurative drawing contributes to her beautifully intricate illustrations.

    Check out the SHOWstudio Tumblr to see her illustrations of the S/S 17 collections so far!




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    LFW S/S 17 Panel Schedule

    Our live panel discussions with Lou Stoppard and industry experts have begun!

    Check out our LFW S/S 17 schedule below:


    Christopher Kane : 19 September at 15:00 BST


    Lou Stoppard, SHOWstudio editor.

    Charlotte Roberts, stylist.

    Neilie Eden, writer. 

    Lucy Norris, writer. 


    Burberry : 19 September at 19:00 BST


    Lou Stoppard, SHOWstudio editor.

    Amy de la Haye, professor. 

    Rosanna Falconer, business director at Mathew Williamson.


    While you wait, take a look at our Collections page and stay up to date with the S/S 17 shows!

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    New exhibition: Drawing on Style

    Don’t miss Drawing on Style, an exhibition curated by illustrator and member of the SHOWstudio team, Bex Cassie in collaboration with SHOWstudio

    The exhibition will showcase fashion throughout time presented in historical fashion illustrations by a range of international artists and illustrators, including, Velwyn YossyUnskilled Worker, René Gruau, Carl 'Eric' Erickson, Antonio Lopez, René Bouche and Christian Bérard amongst others.

    Be sure to visit Gallery 8, 8 Duke St Jame’s Street, SW1Y 6BN from the 15-20 September, open every day from 10:00am-6:30pm!

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    NYFW S/S 17 Panel Schedule


    Our live panel discussions with Lou Stoppard and industry experts have begun!

    Check out our NYFW S/S 17 schedule below: 


    Oscar de la Renta : 13 September at 11:30 BST


    Lou Stoppard, SHOWstudio editor.

    Gianluca Longo, stylist.

    Paula Reed, creative consultant.  


    Marc Jacobs : 21 February at 19:00 GMT


    Lou Stoppard, SHOWstudio editor and a panel of experts. 

    Charlotte Roberts, stylist and consultant. 

    Andrew Davis, stylist.

    Rebecca Gonsalves, writer.


    While you wait, peruse our Collections page to stay up to date with everything S/S 17.


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    Remember You Were Made To Be Used × illyr

    On the 22nd of this month, the incredible REMEMBER YOU WERE MADE TO BE USED and illyr are screening their new film "Prelude" to celebrate there newfound collabortaion.

    "The two artists have begun producing a triptych of music videos under the title ‘scrolling subconscious’, exploring the juncture between love, lust and sexuality in the face of surveillance within a digital age.

    This week long exhibition will be a continuation of REMEMBER's own work as well as an initiation of what’s to come via remnants of the past. Expect chaos of footage, disused images, replicated zines, unused boys, worn out clothes and soundscapes which make use of sampled found-sound ranging from arias, church recordings to sex clubs and amateur pornography.

    Based between Paris and London, REMEMBER and illyr’s practices combine choreography, filmmaking, video montage, music and print to address various aspects of intimacy, identity and privacy.

    Clothing and styling in collaboration with Sonny Tassel."






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    Our NYFW illustrator is Kelly Beeman!

    As the S/S 17 collections kick off again with NYFW, be sure not to miss any of the coverage from our illustrator, Kelly Beeman!

    Based in New York, Beeman is a self-taught artist and fashion illustrator who is inspired by fashion as an important feature of everyday life. Her work consists of simple, black and white contour drawings as well as fully-rendered watercolor paintings.

    Check out the SHOWstudio Tumblr to see her pick of the collections for S/S 17!

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    #StyleShootDraw returns! Explore the editorial, illustrations and process film

    #StyleShootDraw is now live on SHOWstudio! The project presents Nick Knight’s editorial images, footage of the event and the resultant artwork from the Live Stream on 30 June and 1 July 2016.

    The event incorporated a high fashion photoshoot with a luxury life drawing class, in collaboration with GARAGE Magazine

    Models such as Molly Bair, Ruth Bell and Jazzelle Zanaughtti wore garments designed by the likes of Mary Katrantzou and Balmain, as styled by Chaos Fashion. As Knight shot the models, twenty of the world’s top illustrators including Velwyn Yossy, Bex Cassie and Connie Lim, interpreted the looks in paint, pencil and ink. 

    Continue to follow the Tumblr for images of the illustrations buy the originals via the SHOWstudio shop!

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    Tumblr Take-over: #StyleShootDraw

    On 30 June and 1 July 2016, SHOWstudio undertook its first ever Facebook Live broadcast.
    The stream, a collaboration with GARAGE Magazine, encompassed a high fashion photoshoot and a luxury life drawing class. Nick Knight shot models such as Molly Bair and Ruth Bell, while 20 of the world's top illustrators rendered them in paint, pencil and ink. Charlotte Stockdale styled, selecting fashion by the likes of Balenciaga, J.W. Anderson and Moschino. Footage of the event, alongside all the resultant images and illustrations, will be available on SHOWstudio in the coming days.
    Each day this week, we'll be posting one image from Knight's editorial alongside corresponding illustrations. Featured artists include Frida Wannerberger, Rei Nadal, Stephen Doherty, Jenifer Corker and Helen Bullock.
    Head to our Tumblr now to peruse the curation - all illustrations will be available to purchase from the SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A e-store over the next week. 


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    New Fashion Film Submission by Harun Güler

    As part of SHOWstudio's commitment to championing fashion film, Nick Knight invites aspiring filmmakers from across the globe to submit their work to SHOWstudio.  A selection of submissions that inspired or impressed him feature in our Fashion Film Submissions page.

    The latest edition is a film entitled Ela Kaçmaz, Istanbul, 400 Lira by Harun Güler, a Berlin based artist and filmmaker. Güler's film follows Ela Kaçmaz - a transsexual sex worker based in Istanbul who charges 400 lira a night.

    Inspired by Philip Lorca diCorcia’s photographic series, Hustlers, the film threads the line between staging and authenticity, aiming to raise questions about gender identity, sexual morals and concealment.

    Watch the film and revisit our previous submissions and send your work to to be considered for inclusion! 

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    New fashion film by Nick Knight: 'The Worst Crime is Faking It'

    A departure from Nick Knight's past moving image work, the latest film to launch on SHOWstudio, The Worst Crime Is Faking It, is an intimate portrait of two young lovers, Demi Scott and Harmony Boucher) which observes true loss, affection, love and pain. The duo were left to their own devices before the camera, showcasing their real emotions and tempestuous relationship. 

    Merging fashion with reality, regular SHOWstudio contributor Anna Trevelyan styled Demi Scott, Harmony Boucher and Scott's housemate Jen Joint, in fashion stocked in SHOWstudio’s e-store, Martine Rose, Cottweiler, GoshaRubchinskiy, Ashish and Molly Goddard.

    Watch the film and be sure to shop the looks at SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A

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    Port Eliot 2016

    A few days ago much of the SHOWstudio team headed to Cornwall for fashion’s favourite festival, Port Eliot. The event takes place on the beautiful estate of Lord and Lady St Germans and features music, reading, style and food. A whole host of our brilliant contributors were there to participant. Critic Sarah Mower was pulling together the fashion events in the lively 'Wardrobe Department', notably interviewing Chloe’s Clare Waight Keller and chairing panel discussions with the likes of hatter Stephen Jones and journalist Alexander Fury. If you couldn’t be there but love the sound of that crowd, revisit our In Fashion interview with Mower, watch Jones at work crafting a hat, or revisit this landmark series from Fury’s time as fashion director of SHOWstudio.

    Other SHOWstudio favourites in attendance included designer Charles Jeffrey and hatter Piers Atkinson. Jeffrey loves to transform, so it’s apt that he’d set up camp in the MAC tent to bring his LOVERBOY energy and make-up styles to the weekend’s procedures. He brought a similar prowess to SHOWstudio during our recent three-day, Boy Meets Wool LiveStudio - revisit the stream. Atkinson was doing a great job offering a millinery crash course to attendees. If you’re keen to learn from the master himself, revisit our LiveStudio from November 2012, during which Atkinson makes three hats live on camera.

    In the gift shop, Mower had assembled some gems - Chloe sunglasses, Claire Barrow bags (watch the designer discuss her youth and influences in our North project) and a host of vintage magazines. If you’re a Print fan, revisit our lively series.

    Out and about, guests marvelled at the elaborate sets and stages. Fact fans - they were made by Nick Knight's regular collaborator Andy Tomlinson who dreams up the props and backdrops for many of our SHOWstudio shoots and broadcasts.

    The festival not only plays host to the fashion pack, it also inspires them. Waight Keller, Chloe’s creative director since 2011, told me that the festival had inspired her S/S 16 collection, which was perfectly modelled at this year's event by five delicious Cornish sisters, the Warrens. Waight Keller has been based near Port Eliot for the last few years, and was desperate to attend after hearing glowing reviews from friends. ‘It was the spirit of it,’ she mused, when discussing her inspirations. ‘It was a festival where you learn a lot - there are amazing writers who talk about their craft, or musicians who discuss their song writing.’ To hammer home the summery, bohemian spirit of the Chloe girl, Waight Keller had staged a small but well considered exhibition in the imposing Drawing Room of the house. Dedicated to the white dress, a Chloe staple, the exhibition featured garments dating back to the sixties, seventies and eighties as well as her own more modern work. It served to highlight the many icons who have once helmed the Parisian house - aka Phoebe Philo and Karl Lagerfeld - and the seemingly unshakable durability of whimsical femininity and festival style within fashion.

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    NEW: 'In Conversation' with Hans-Ulrich Obrist

    Don't miss the latest addition to our 'In Conversation' series, in which Nick Knight interviews curator Hans-Ulrich Obrist.

    Obrist, who is the co-director of Exhibitions and Programmes and Director of International Projects at the Serpentine Gallery, talks to Nick Knight about his work in a live interview that took place as part of Photo London 2016.

    Be sure to tune in to their discussion, available to watch on demand at SHOWstudio now!


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    NEW! Guinevere van Seenus talks Tim Walker!

    SHOWstudio's Subjective series presents the history of contemporary fashion photography from the point of view of the subject. The series empowers the models and subjects of the photographs, asking them to present the often untold stories behind iconic images

    In our latest series, the American model Guinevere van Seenus joins Nick Knight to talk about her experience of working with Tim Walker for Love Magazine's S/S 16 issue. 'Every project he does he puts everything into it,' adds Van Seenus. 

    Watch the film now and be sure to take a look at some of the other films in the series that feature a range of women including Kate MossAlek Wek and Lily Cole

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