1. by SHOWstudio Shop .

    New Alyx and Y-3 products!

    Our SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A online store has had a fresh drop of product!

    Get ready for the warmer months with new pre-collection pieces by Alyx and new season Y-3. Introducing staple shapes with dark undertones, for pre S/S 16, Alyx is offering the perfect hoodie, long black dresses gothic dresses and slouchy jeans, while Y-3 marries the signature adidas stripes with Japanese ease of Yohji Yamamoto. 

    Shop the pieces now and check out what else is in store. Our sale is now on with up to 70% off, or take a look at our exclusive S/S 16 Cottweiler looks. If you prefer art, don't miss our fashion illustrations by the likes of Unskilled Worker, Jennifer Corker, Jowy Maasdame and more.

  2. by SHOWstudio .

    Tumblr take-over: Lou Stoppard

    Our editor, Lou Stoppard, will be sharing all the references and research behind her upcoming exhibition, Mad About The Boy. The show will open on 8 January and run until 2 April 2016 at the Fashion Space Gallery, London.

    For the first week of January 2016, Stoppard will be posting the photographs, artworks, catwalk looks and text that helped inform the ideas and ethos of the display. The exhibition explores fashion’s obsession with youth, focusing on the way ideas of the teenage boy are constructed through specific collections and fashion images. Works by J.W. Anderson, Meadham Kirchhoff, Nick Knight, Raf Simons, Kim Jones, Larry Clark, Nasir Mazhar, Tyrone Lebon, Christopher Shannon, Martine Rose, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Alasdair McLellan, Jason Evans, Jun Takahashi, Brett Lloyd, Mark Leckey and Sibling will all be on display in the gallery. The show also features a set by Tony Hornecker.

    Get ready for the exhibition and check out what happened when we handed the reigns of our Tumblr over to curator Alistair O'Neill when he was working on the Isabella Blow: Fashion Galore! exhibition, which ran at Somerset House from 20 November 2013 to 2 March 2014. While you're at it, why not also revisit our Fashion Galore! series in full, or our Unseen McQueen project, which ran alongside Savage Beauty at the V&A in 2015. Or, if it's depictions of teenagers within a fashion context that interests you, then why not revisit Stoppard and Knight's Girly series, which explored another facet of the industry's obsession with youth, the trend for sarrachine, almost cartoon, childlike femininity.

  3. by SHOWstudio .

    Watch Cottweiler's 'In Fashion' on demand

    The latest interview in our rolling 'In Fashion' series is now available to watch on demand.

    Lou Stoppard chatted to Matthew Dainty and Ben Cottrell, the duo behind London menswear brand Cottweiler, about how they became interested in fashion and their career so far. The designers opened up about meeting on a bus on a college trip to Paris, the point when they began working together, about their childhood and how that influences their design aesthetic, frustrations over categorisation in fashion, their attitude to branding as well as the importance of authenticity and longevity in their garments. 

    'We find it more satisfying for something to be recognisable for cut and fabrication rather than branding,’ they maintain. 

    Watch the footage on demand now or shop Cottweiler's S/S 16 pieces available exclusively online on SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A. Want to know more about other influential fashion figures? Check out the rest of our 'In Fashion' interviews with the likes of Stephen Jones, Gosha Rubchinskiy or Dylan Jones

  4. by SHOWstudio .

    It's 'Merry's Christmas'

    This Christmas, we are excited to be joining forces with the acclaimed embroiderer James Merry and Icelandic environmental NGOs Landvernd, Protect The Park and Iceland Nature Conservation Association in our annual exclusive Christmas project.

    Seeking to harness the power of special, one-off items of clothing to do good, a range of SHOWstudio’s high profile contributors have donated garments from their own wardrobes and archives to be customised by Merry. Men’s artistic director of Louis Vuitton Kim Jones, supermodel Kate Moss, London designer Astrid Andersen, musician Björk, SHOWstudio director Nick Knight and producer Edison Chen have all joined our cause, and you can own one of these exclusive pieces yourself. 

    Merry's creations will be auctioned off via a silent email bidding, with all profits from sales going to the Icelandic NGOs in order to help protect the country's precious wildlife and environment by turning the highland areas into a national park. The endangered flora from this area will inspire Merry's embroideries. 

    The first bidding will commence on Christmas Day, 25 December 2015. Find out more in 'Merry's Christmas' and take a look at the pieces up for sale. 

  5. by SHOWstudio .

    Nick Knight is live on Reddit

    Our director, Nick Knight is now answering your questions LIVE on Reddit!

    Knight will chat about his career, photorgaphy, moving image and our new exciting SHOWstudio Fashion Film Award.

    Don't miss your chance to talk directly to Knight! Head over to Reddit's AMA site right now to find out what you've always wanted to know about the industry from its leading creator. 

    Feeling inspired? Check out our SHOWstudio Fashion Film Award for more information on how to apply and win incredible prizes. 

  6. by SHOWstudio .

    'In Fashion' with Cottweiler is now live!

    Our LIVE interview with Matthew Dainty and Ben Cottrell, the duo behind Cottweiler has now begun.

    Lou Stoppard talks to the designers about their work, how they came to be interested and work in fashion, their collaborations with artists such as FKA Twigs and Skepta, as well as with each other, their inspirations and aspirations. 

    Tune in now to watch the interview and shop the brand's S/S 16 collection from our SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A. Love our 'In Fashion' series? Revisit our interviews with prominent fashion figures such as Colin McDowell, Lucinda Chambers or Sir Paul Smith.

  7. by SHOWstudio .

    Nick Knight answers your questions on Reddit

    On Friday, December 18 at 17:00 BST, our director, Nick Knight, will be doing a live AMA on Reddit. 

    Knight is going to answer questions about his photography and fashion film as well as about our exciting SHOWstudio Fashion Film Award. The award, established in collaboration with QIC Global Real Estate, is looking for most innovative fashion filmmakers to submit a short film to be in for a chance to win amazing prizes including mentoring from Knight himself while creating a fashion film for SHOWstudio. 

    Have your questions ready and tune in this Friday, December 18 at 17:00 BST for a chance to chat to the fashion creator! Budding filmmaker? Take a look at how to submit your films to our first ever award. 

  8. by SHOWstudio .

    New 'North' film with Claire Barrow

    Our 'North' project was inspired by the stereotypical imagery of the North of England in fashion, while questioning whether places of origin have an impact on identity and creative output. 

    In the latest instalment, the London designer, Claire Barrow, talks about her upbringing in Yarm, her rebellious teenage years, what importance fashion played in her early life, and describes her favourite places, such as the fair and a nightclub called Tall Trees.

    Barrow reflects, 'I take every opportunity as a really big deal and I always try to put my heart into it. I think that’s definitely because of my upbringing.'

    Tune in to the interview and don't forget to browse the rest of the project featuring essays by Adam Murray and Adrian Green as well as an interview with Simon Foxton

  9. by SHOWstudio Shop .

    New Craig Green has landed in SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A

    Craig Green A/W 15 products have landed in our SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A e-store!

    For A/W 15, Green's pure aesthetic has been padded out with quilting, which features heavily on jackets, vests and trousers in navy and yellow, complete with signature loose ties and fastenings reminiscent of kimonos. His interest in elevated workwear also remained prominent this season.

    Shop the new products on our SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A store, revisit Green's debut campaign photoraphed and filmed by Nick Knight and shown exclusively on SHOWstudio, or find out more about the designer in his 'In Fashion' interview. 

  10. by Marianne Maric .

    Olivia (The DØ)

    The Dø is a French/Finnish indie pop band founded in Paris in 2005. Besides being good musicians, they are true and complete artists, whose concerts are always a great performance.

    Bastien Burger, Marielle Chatain & Pierre Belleville are the other musicians.

    This is an image I took of Olivia Merilahti, one half of the musical duo, during the recording of their album 'Shake Shook Shaken.' We have collaborated many times in the past and it has always been a great pleasure.

    They are playing in London tomorrow, Wednesday, December 16.


    Pink Olivia, photography ©Marianne Maric

  11. by SHOWstudio .

    'North' project student submissions

    'North' is a series looking at how the North of England is portrayed in fashion and how it influences the upringings and aesthetics of fashion creators.

    As a part of the series, fashion communication students from Liverpool John Moores University have been given briefs by Lou Stoppard, Ben Whyman, Jamie Hawkesworth and Nina Manandhar to address and document elements specific to the North of England through visuals and written work. 

    Examples of the submissions so far, by Hollie Corcoran Bradbury, Jess Morris, Lucy Fletcher, Lyn Dizon, Megan Storey, Ryan Rogers Hinks, Erin Tisdale, Isobel Pownall, Martha Weaver and Michaela Moss, can be seen here. 

    Stay tuned for more student work and a new interview with Claire Barrow coming soon! While you wait, take a look at the briefs and check out the series so far, featuring interviews with Simon Foxton and essays by Adam Murray and Adrian Green

  12. by SHOWstudio .

    Erdem turns 10

    To celebrate his ten years in fashion, Erdem has collaborated with the photographer Sølve Sundsbø to create a film capturing the ten most iconic designs of his career. 

    Entitled 'X,' the film sees model Guinevere Van Seenus floating around as in a fantasy world whilst clad in Erdem dresses. Beginning with a S/S 06 design, the fashion film takes us through the first decade of Erdem's creations, accompanied by soft, classical music, evocative of the designer's aesthetics. 

    Watch the film for yourself and immerse yourself in Erdem's wonderful world. 

  13. by SHOWstudio .

    In Fashion: Cottweiler

    As a part of our ongoing 'In Fashion' project, a series of interviews with influential creatives, Ben Cottrell and Matthew Dainty, the design duo behind Cottweiler, will be coming to SHOWstudio for a live interview on Friday, December 18 at 11:00 BST.

    Cottweiler's concept-led designs, which respond instinctively to their social environment, have become firm favourites during the menswear collections. Cottrell and Dainty also produce films and installations which have been showcased around the world, and collaborate with the likes of FKA Twigs, Skepta, Holly Herndon and Palmistry.

    The duo will be interviewed live by SHOWstudio's editor, Lou Stoppard and will chat about their journey to fashion, their childhood, aspirations, inspirations and collaboration. 

    Tune in on Friday, December 18 at 11:00 BST to watch the interview live! While you wait, Visit our SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A e-store for exclusive pieces from COTTWEILER's S/S 16 collection, or revisit other 'In Fashion' interviews with Gosha Rubchinskiy, Public School or Ellen von Unwerth.

  14. by SHOWstudio .

    Live interview with Cottweiler coming soon

    Our latest In Fashion interview will focus on cult London menswear label Cottweiler - the perfect kick off to the menswear show season.

    Tune in on 18 December at 11:00 BST to watch Ben Cottrell and Matthew Dainty, the Cottweiler design duo, talk to SHOWstudio editor, Lou Stoppard, about their work, how they became interestedin fashion, their inspirations, collaborating with each other and supporters such as FKA Twigs and Skepta.

    Then, head over to SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A online store to buy exclusive S/S 16 Cottweiler pieces, or check out some of our other 'In Fashion' interviews with Peter Saville, Olivier Rousteing or Craig Green

  15. by SHOWstudio .

    Cottweiler S/S 16 launch party

    Cottweiler have launched their S/S 16 collection exclusively on SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A e-store and in the MACHINE-A Brewer Street shop. 

    To celebrate the launch, MACHINE-A hosted a party on Tuesday, 8 December introducing the products and making them available for the first time. The collection is a mix of popular sportswear and streetwear designs infused with shapes reminiscent of Buddhist monk robes. Maintaining the minimalistic style synonymous with the brand, the S/S 16 pieces embrace nature and spirituality while remaining masculine and functional. 

    Here, we show exclusive polaroids from the night. Thanks to The Impossible Project for the camera and film.

    Like the look of the garments? Head over to SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A to get your own piece. 

  16. by SHOWstudio .

    Watch our 'Untitled Project' discussion with Cav Empt on-demand

    'Untitled Project' is a new form of broadcast where an image-driven conversation is set up over split-screens, showcasing the image curation of the stream. 

    For Stage One, Nick Knight invited Daryoush Haj-Najafi and the Cav Empt duo Sk8thing and Toby Feltwell to discuss the idea of youth. Sparked off by images of seventies London, skinheads and the book The Invention Of Morel, the spontaneous talk explored the influences of music on teenagers, first and key encounters with fashion, the control of imagery as well as the future and asking when do you actually become an adult. 

    Tune in to watch the conversation now and find out why Nick Knight spent 'most of my youth dodging the law and not getting caught.' Don't forget to explore the exclusive Cav Empt pieces available to purchase in our SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A store

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