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    Nick Knight shoots Craig Green's debut campaign!

    We are delighted to announce Nick Knight’s collaboration with esteemed menswear designer Craig Green. The pair have united to create Green's first brand campaign, promoting his Autumn/Winter 15 collection. 

    Since his graduate collection received the L’Oreal Professional Creative Award and was nominated for the Design Museum’s Design of the Year 2013, Green's career has gone from strength to strength. SHOWstudio has followed Green’s ascent closely. Knight explains, 'There's a brilliant tension to Craig's work - on one hand it's so simple and pure, rooted in ideas of traditional masculine work wear, but on the other it's so dynamic, so theatrical - full of energy and movement. That combination is what makes it so special to photograph.'

    The campaign has been confirmed to run in a number of media print titles later this year. In addition, Knight and Green have produced a film, which will be released in the lead up to London Collections Men exclusively on SHOWstudio. 

    On working with Knight on this exciting project Green commented, 'I have always been a huge admirer of Nick's work, he has incredible vision and technical skill and this comes through in so many varied ways. He really understood what we wanted to express and the energy of the Autumn Winter ‘15 collection. The support of Nick, his team and SHOWstudio has been incredible.'

    Keep your eyed peeled for the outcome of this dynamic collaboration. Why not revisit Lou Stoppard’s interview with Green while you wait?

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    Follow our McQueen: The London Years analysis films

    We're five films into our McQueen: The London Years analysis series! Esteemed fashion journalist and friend of the late Lee McQueen Susannah Frankel sat down with Nick Knight to discuss the garments pictured in Knight's images for AnOther magazine. From the significance of the A/W 96 Dante collection to McQueen's friendship with Isabella Blow and the 'dark romance' that pervades his work, Frankel and Knight ponder the enduring impact of his extraordinary vision: 'Lee was fashion and beyond fashion and people wanted to take risks for him.'

    A new film will be released each day until 22 May - stay tuned!

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    Review Hari Nef's Tumblr Take-over

    Actress, writer and model Hari Nef has been analysing the trans aesthetic as it appears in fashion.

    She's been posting her musings to our Tumblr page as part of our tradition of inviting a guest creative to control the page for seven days. Nef follows on from previous guest curators - including Alexander Fury, Michel Gaubert and Joseph Bennett - in taking over the platfrom for the first week of the month and exploring a topic close to their heart. Focusing on the history (and future) of trans visibilty within the fashion industry, Nef's curation has provided a thoughtful investigation into gender, androgyny and beauty. 

    Head over to Tumblr now to see Nef's final posts!

  4. by Iain R. Webb .


    If you happen to be in London and have done voting then head over to Hoxton to check out REMEMBER YOU WERE MADE TO BE USED, a multi-media installation by Rauwanne Northcott that includes an interview with Nick Knight. 7 May 2015, 10:00 - 18:00 BST, Hoxton Basement, 12-18 Hoxton Street, London, N1 6NG. @rememberyouweremadetobeused

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    McQueen: The London Years Analysis Films

    In celebration of the opening of Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty at London’s V&A, fashion writer and editor Susannah Frankel collaborated with Nick Knight to produce a series of images for AnOther magazine featuring archive McQueen pieces from the nineties. Featuring everything from his 1992 MA graduation collection to the iconic 1996 Bumster trousers, each image is an ode to McQueen’s unique spirit and creative vision.

    Against a backdrop of behind-the-scenes footage from the landmark shoot, Knight and Frankel candidly discuss the making of these haunting images, their working relationships with Lee and the enduring impact of his extraordinary vision.

    We will be unveiling one film per day for 14 days, revealing the remarkable story behind each iconic garment. Watch the first film now!

  6. by SHOWstudio .

    It's the first day of Hari Nef's Tumblr Take-over!

    Hari Nef's Tumblr Take-over has officially begun! The actress, writer and model introduced her guest curation with a statement of intent: 'The fact is: fashion doesn’t care about trans issues, but it absolutely loves the trans aesthetic. Fashion loves fluidity, movement, role play, discovery–body joy and body horror. These are what they are, but in the context of bodies and clothes I would argue that they comprise what I call the trans aesthetic.'

    Over the next seven days Nef will be exploring this the history (and future) of this aesthetic, starting with an analysis of a Helmut Lang look from 2003. Follow now!

  7. by SHOWstudio .

    Don't miss Nick Knight's 'Fashion in Conversation' interview!

    We are delighted to announce that Nick Knight will be interviewed by creative director, producer and writer Kinvara Balfour as part of Apple's Fashion in Conversation series.

    Knight will be speaking about some of his most influential work and discussing his role in pioneering digital content.

    The event is free and open to all - come along to the Apple Store on Regent Street on Tuesday 5 May at 19:00 BST to see the candid conversation as it happens!

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    In Fashion - Up next Peter Saville

    Our next In Fashion interview approaches! For the next installment of the in-depth video interview series, SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard will be speaking to esteemed creative Peter Saville.

    Working as a graphic designer and art director, Saville has created some of the most recognisable album covers of all time for Joy Division and New Order. He has also collaborated with brands including Yohji Yamamoto, Christian Dior and Alexander McQueen, and in 2000 co-founded SHOWstudio with Nick Knight.

    Tune in on Wednesday 13 May at 14:30 to hear more about Saville's life in his own words. While you wait, catch up on recent In Fashion interviews with the likes of David Sims and Thomas Tait, Glen Luchford and Olivier Rousteing.



  9. by SHOWstudio .

    Hari Nef Tumblr Take-over

    Continuing SHOWstudio's tradition of inviting a guest creative to curate our Tumblr page each month, 1 to 7 May 2015 will see actress, writer and model Hari Nef exploring the trans aesthetic as it has appeared in fashion over the years.

    From runway looks by J.W. Anderson and Hood by Air to Steven Meisel's Asexual Revolution shoot for W magazine, Nef's posts seek to examine fashion content that pushes beyond mere 'androgyny' into a transcendent mode of gender fluidity.

    Stay tuned for her first posts on Friday 1 May!

  10. by SHOWstudio .

    Our In Fashion interviews with Olivier Rousteing and Glen Luchford are available on-demand!

    Catch up on our most recent In Fashion interviews with on-demand footage, available for a limited time only! 

    First up, SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard sat down with Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing on 25 April to discuss everything from ambtion and racism to Kim Kardashian and Instagram politics. This was followed by a live-streamed conversation with photographer Glen Luchford on 27 April, which saw Luchford explain his career trajectory and the changing face of the industry, from 90's Prada campaigns to the newly-revamped Gucci.

    Watch both interviews now and don't forget to explore the rest of the In Fashion series, featuring chats with visionaries including David Sims, Thomas Tait and Venetia Scott.

  11. by SHOWstudio .

    In Fashion - Up next Glen Luchford

    In Fashion returns! The next subject to take the hot seat opposite Lou Stoppard as part of our in-depth video interview series will be photographer Glen Luchford.

    Since his first photographic commission shooting The Stone Roses for The Face in 1989, Luchford has worked for magazines including Arena, i-D, Vogue Homme International, UK and US Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Interview, and Vanity Fair. He has also produced some of the most recognisable fashion advertisments of the past twenty years, from his now-iconic Prada imagery in the late 90's to this season's campaign for the newly-revamped Gucci.

    Watch live on Monday 27 April at 12:00 BST to see the interview as it happens. While you wait, browse previous In Fashions, including chats with fellow image-makers David Sims and Venetia Scott, and be sure to tune in for our sit-down with Olivier Rousteing, streaming live on Saturday 25 April at 13:30 BST!

  12. by SHOWstudio .

    Transformative: Sam McKnight on Irving Penn

    Our Transformative project - a running series of interviews with stylists, makeup artists and hairdressers - continues as renowned hairstylist Sam McKnight shares his experiences of working with photographer Irving Penn.

    Recalling a couture shoot in Paris with eighties supermodel Katoucha, McKnight explains the process behind creating hairstyles for Penn: 'He was using a particular light where the hair looked great when it was a little bit spiky and a little bit see-through. He always liked something that was very graphic and that was kind of the look of the moment.' McKnight also talks about other collaborations with Penn, describing the iconic image-maker as 'very quiet, very polite, very mannered. Very charming, lovely, but confident, as you would expect. And very old-school, so there was no misbehaving, there was no singing and dancing, there was no music.'

    Watch the interview now and don't forget to peruse Transformative's sister project Subjective for the model's point of view on some of the world's most famous fashion imagery.

  13. by SHOWstudio .

    Don't miss SHOWstudio Day on The Cut!

    We are delighted to announce that our friends at New York Magazine's The Cut have dedicated a whole day on their blog to discussing SHOWstudio's history and highlights. From early collaborations with Bjork and Alexander McQueen to 3D scanning and artificial intelligence, Nick Knight explains SHOWstudio's evolution and his hopes for the future while The Cut revisit some of our greatest hits including Sweet, J-Walk, Plato's Atlantis and Subjective.

    Explore the feature now!  

  14. by SHOWstudio .

    Men In Motion: Dancer Daniel Proietto and Nick Knight collaborate on a film

    Inspired and moved after viewing Ivan Putrov's Men in Motion at the London Coliseum (a celebration of the male dancer that compresses 100 years of beguiling choreography for men into a concise 100 minutes), Nick Knight asked featured dancer Daniel Proietto to perform his Sinnerman routine, choreographed by Alan Lucien Øyen, on film. The re-staging is a celebration of the majesty of the male dancer - a sublime example of the possibilities of the body and the impact of the moving image.

    Watch now and revisit our review of Men in Motion


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