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    1. amenart
      17:25 13 Aug 2014
      I've been playing the song on repeat since I heard it this morning!
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  2. by SHOWstudio .

    Daphne Guinness' new music video

    Daphne Guinness consolidates her move into music with a theatrical, mesmerising new music video directed by acclaimed image-maker David LaChapelle. Evening in Space was produced by Tony Visconti and is the first single from Guinness' upcoming debut album, which is billed for release in September 2014. The video features custom fashion by many of Guinness' favourite houses, including Iris van Herpen and Noritaka Tatehana, alongside pieces from her own celebrated clothing collection. Watch now!

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    1. amenart
      11:00 13 Aug 2014
      the song's amazing!
    2. nasa
      11:23 13 Aug 2014
      Brave and beautiful and just brilliant
    3. amenart
      15:31 13 Aug 2014
      will the song be on itunes?
    4. ali
      21:02 15 Aug 2014
      Thanks Daphne..it was inspiration of the dayXx
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  3. by SHOWstudio .

    Evening in Space

    Tomorrow, 13 August, at 10.01 BST Daphne Guinness' Evening in Space music video, directed by David LaChapelle and produced by Tony Visconti, will launch on SHOWstudio. Watch this space...

  4. by Nick Knight .

    Steven Meisel's Miu Miu book

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    I often get really lovely things sent to me at SHOWstudio.
    Today's lovely object was Steven Meisel's Miu Miu campaign catalogue.
    I will post the wonderful things I get sent on the blog to share them with you.

  5. by Iain R. Webb .

    J'aime Jean Paul Gaultier

    This week I've been hanging out in my local library monopolising the photo copier machine (again!), armed with scissors and glue stick, pasting together a special limited edition fanzine that will accompany an informal talk I'll be giving at the Barbican next week celebrating the marvellous Monsieur Jean Paul Gaultier. The fanzine will include this picture I styled inspired by JPG's Autumn/Winter 1987 Rock Stars collection. It was photographed by Pete Moss at the old Town and Country Club in Kentish Town and features models Jean Luc and Andre Van Noord. It originally appeared in BLITZ magazine, June 1987. J'adore...

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    1. petemoss
      16:37 8 Aug 2014
      oh that was eons ago , way ahead of the curve , superb choice !!
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  6. by Nick Knight .

    Prayers

    Our Lou prays that we can have a SHOWstudio office pet

  7. by SHOWstudio Shop .

    Coming Soon: Gosha Rubchinskiy's A/W 14 collection

    Gosha Rubichinskiy’s A/W 14 collection will be available to purchase from SHOWstudio Shop this week! The collection, which features logoed sweatshirts, sweatpants and beanies, is entitled Epic Aces and pays tribute to Moscow’s skate community.

    Also known as a stylist and photographer, Russian designer Rubichinskiy made his fashion debut in 2008 with the release of his first collection. Since then he has been presenting Moscow youth culture to the fashion world.

    Also coming soon: Off-White, CavEmpt and Nasir Mazhar!

  8. by SHOWstudio .

    The last day of Ruth Hogben and Lou Stoppard's Tumblr takeover!

    It’s the last day of Ruth Hogben and Lou Stoppard’s Tumblr takeover!

    The fashion filmmaker and SHOWstudio’s editor have taken over our Tumblr account to create a special Ugly themed curation to show all of their reference imagery and inspirations behind the project. Hitchcock, freaky fashion and grotesque figures all feature in this fascinating exploration of Ugly. And if you haven't already, read through our intriguing essays to pair with Hogben's incredible fashion film, 'Beyond the Glass'.

    Head over to Tumblr now to see the final day of the special curation!  

  9. by SHOWstudio .

    Edited footage of Carlo Brandelli's interview now live!

    Our In Fashion series continues! 

    In Fashion is a collection of interviews with fashion’s luminaries, including designers, editors, stylists, art directors, and more. Today, 7 August, we are launching the edited footage of our interview with designer and tailor extraordinaire Carlo Brandelli. Watch our own Lou Stoppard sit down with Brandelli to discuss his return to Kilgour, the idea of fashion as communication, and how his childhood has influenced his work. 

    Browse through our current collection of interviews, and be sure to tune in for our next two interviews this September, starting with The Gentlewoman’s Penny Martin and designer Nasir Mazhar!

  10. by SHOWstudio Shop .

    New Fiona Gourlay illustrations!

    Fiona Gourlay has created six brand new illustrations exclusively for SHOWstudio Shop. Gourlay has had works featured in SHOWstudio's Maison Martin Margiela exhibition, as well as in the V&A Shop alongside The Glamour of Italian Fashion exhibition. She has also made contributions to i-D and Volt Cafe magazines.

    Her new series of works were created as part of her final major project before graduating from the London College of Fashion. In these works, Gourlay explores how fashion can be utilised to construct personal identities and self-representations.

    Browse through Fiona Gourlay's illustrations now at SHOWstudio Shop!

     

  11. by SHOWstudio .

    Erin O'Connor talks Alexander McQueen!

    Today we are launching the next segment of Subjective, a series of interviews conducted by Nick Knight to unravel the history of contemporary fashion photography from the perspective of models. This week’s interview is with Erin O’Connor, who sits down with Knight to discuss walking for Alexander McQueen’s Spring/Summer 2001 collection, entitled Voss

    Right before she went out, McQueen told O’Connor to rip apart her dress, resulting in an iconic clip: ‘I was worried that it looked like I was victimised, and actually, it was the complete opposite. It was stripping away the pain, and the armour, and going ‘Here I am’. He pushed me, and I’m glad’. 

    Watch this candid interview now, and stay tuned for more, rare Subjective interviews! 

  12. by SHOWstudio .

    U.G.L.Y! The latest Tumblr takeover is almost over

    Our week-long Tumblr curation of Ugly inspirations is nearly over!

    Both Lou Stoppard and Ruth Hogben have been sharing imagery that formed the basis of their work on SHOWstudio's wonderful Ugly project. For Stoppard these consist of runway looks from recent seasons and iconic archive shows and quotes on the theme by the likes of Uberto Echo and Judith Clark, while Hogben continues to show Hitchcock stills, uncanny artworks and close ups of make-up looks from Galliano shows. Their references also converge, with both guest curators citing Leigh Bowery as an emblem of Ugliness. 

    Catch up on the Ugly curation now!

  13. by SHOWstudio .

    It's day four of the Ugly Tumblr takeover
    Lou Stoppard and Ruth Hogben explore Ugly

    It's day four of the Ugly Tumblr takeover, curated by our own Lou Stoppard and filmmaker Ruth Hogben

    In keeping with our tradition of Tumblr takeovers, where a guest contributor curates seven days of content around a specific theme, Stoppard and Hogben are posting the references behind the recent, acclaimed Ugly project. 

    So far these include runway imagery from the likes of Meadham Kirchhoff, Alexander McQueen, J.W. Anderson and of course the doyen of ugly fashion, Prada, interspersed with quotes from the essays and articles in the series. These sit alongside the inspiration from Hogben's film Beyond the Glass - stills and gifs from the classic Hitchcock horror The Birds and unnerving artworks by Alexandra Engelfreit, Bart Hess and John Stezaker. 

    Stay glued to Tumblr to follow the Ugly takeover as it unfolds. 

  14. by SHOWstudio .

    Our Sans Couture shoot is complete

    Yesterday and today, 1 and 2 August, Nick Knight has been shooting breathtaking haute couture pieces by by houses such as Chanel, Dior, Margiela and Schiaparelli. The looks were selected by Amanda Harlech who styled model Model Elena Sudakova, a Russian famed for her flexibility and contortion abilities, and dancer Olivia Cowley, a soloist with The Royal Ballet, in pieces that wrapped and enveloped the body. The editorial, which will go on to appear in The Independent, focuses on using garments to make abstract marks on the page, nodding to the movement in ballet and written music. Stay tuned to see the final images, and brace yourself for a beautiful fashion film. While you wait visit our coverage of the A/W 14 couture collections. 

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