1. by SHOWstudio .

    Transformative: Sam McKnight for Chanel by Karl Lagerfeld

    Our Transformative project - a running series of interviews with stylists, make-up artists and hairdressers - continues as renowned hairstylist Sam McKnight shares his experience of working with Karl Lagerfeld on Chanel runway shows. 

    Comparing photo shoots with the chaos of the runway show McKnight explains ‘You kind of relinquish lots of control at the shows, because it’s not your environment, it’s someone else’s environment.’ He reveals he gets past the challenge of creating hair styles for up to a hundred models by using wigs and hairpieces, preparing them weeks in advance and working on each model right up to the moment they walk; ‘I’m right there at the very end… I need to be the last person who touches them, much to the dismay of the show producers.’

    Watch the interview now for McKnight’s perspective on Chanel, and peruse Transformative's sister project Subjective for the model’s point of view on some of the world's most famous fashion imagery. 

  2. by SHOWstudio .

    Subjective: Alek Wek on John Galliano

    This week's Subjective interview is with Sudanese supermodel Alek Wek who speaks to Nick Knight about walking for John Galliano.

    'I mean, talk about celebrating different beauty!' says Wek of Galliano's diverse casting. 'I never got to work with him and I said to my agent, 'Can I at least go see?' Before I even got on the train I got a call - 'You're booked!''

    Wek also discusses mentoring younger models, working with Pat McGrath and why the runway doesn't faze her; 'Thousands of girls want to do that show and we're getting paid to look gorgeous? I don't get nervous - unless I have dangerous shoes!'

    Watch the complete interview now and don't miss our chats with fellow Galliano muses Liberty Ross and Erin O'Connor.

  3. by SHOWstudio .

    Kabuki interprets haute couture S/S 15
    Follow his progress on Tumblr

    Celebrated make-up artist Kabuki is the latest in a series of talented illustrators to depict key looks from the runways as part of our expansive Collections coverage. So far, our resident haute couture S/S 15 artist has captured the dramatic make-up of Versace, the fetishistic latex at Christian Dior and the floral embellishments at Chanel in the form of beautifully rendered drawings, paintings and process videos. 

    See his works on Tumblr, and stay tuned for more as he continues to illustrate haute couture!

  4. by SHOWstudio .

    Our next Tumblr curator is Iain R. Webb!

    It's almost time for our next Tumblr takeover! Following our tradition of inviting a guest curator to take the reigns of the SHOWstudio Tumblr for the first week of each month, we're pleased to welcome writer Iain R. Webb from Sunday 1 February.

    During his career Webb has been fashion editor of BLITZ, The Evening Standard, Harpers & Queen, The Times and Elle. He writes for numerous publications and lectures at the Royal College of Art and Central Saint Martins. He also muses over his life in frocks on his blog, as well as regualrly contributing to our own! 

    Stay tuned to see what Webb has in store. Meanwhile, revisit other absorbing curations by the likes of artist Peter de Potter, designer Mary Katrantzou and our own Nick Knight

  5. by SHOWstudio .

    Kabuki Illustrates Haute Couture

    Introducing Kabuki, our new guest illustrator capturing the key looks from the Paris S/S 15 Haute Couture shows.

    Following on from the A/W 15 menswear season, as captured by Gary Card, this week's couture collections will be re-imagined by the artist on our Tumblr page over the next few days. Primarily known for his work as a makeup artist, Kabuki's talent for drawing was influenced by his friendship with famed British illustrator Errol Le Cain.

    His first piece, inspired the Versace show will be up on Tumblr soon. Stay tuned as he interprets more couture giants including Dior, Chanel and Valentino!

  6. by SHOWstudio .

    Review Gary Card's Paris Menswear Artworks

    Our resident illustrator Gary Card has been busy re-imagining the key Paris menswear collections in his delictately vivid style. 

    The London-based set-designer and illustrator has mixed mediums to recreate Autumn/Winter 2015 looks from designers including Loewe, Maison Margiela, Yohji YamamotoLouis Vuitton, Rick OwensComme des Garçons, Dior Homme and Saint Laurent.

    Head over to Tumblr to view the complete collection of Card's Paris-inspired artworks and stay tuned for haute couture season

  7. by SHOWstudio .

    Watch our Paris panels on-demand

    It's couture season but if you're missing the menswear collections, our Paris panel discussions are now available on-demand. Resident chair Daryoush Haj-Najafi and industry experts including creative consultant Mimma Viglezio, Sang Bleu editor Reba Maybury, designer Maarten van der Horst and many more unpicked the Autumn/Winter 2015 offerings from key shows including Gosha Rubchinskiy, Walter Van Beirendonck, Raf Simons, Rick Owens, Louis Vuitton, Loewe and Etudes.

    Watch now and don't miss our in-depth haute couture coverage!

  8. by SHOWstudio .

    Watch our Couture S/S 15 panels this week!

    Today we wave goodbye to the last of the Paris menswear A/W 15 collections and head straight into haute couture S/S 15. Join us for more live panel discussions as we watch and dissect some of the most highly anticipated shows of the season: Dior, Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier and Valentino.  

    Sharing their thoughts on Christian Dior on Monday 26 January at 17.00 GMT is fashion historian Lucy Norris, V&A curator Oriole Cullen and designer Rosie Wallin. Analysing the Chanel show on Tuesday 27 January at 10:00 GMT, are designer Deborah Milner, fashion journalist Julia Robson, auction specialist Kerry Taylor and curator Alison Moloney

    Then, tune in once more on Wednesday 28 January at 14:00 GMT for a Jean Paul Gaultier discussion, featuring Stylus Media Group editor Katie Baron, Metro's Style editor Bel Jacobs, designer Caroline Charles and fashion writer Camilla Morton. Finally, be sure to catch an in-depth look at Valentino on Wednesday 28th January 17:30 GMT with’s Verity Parker, curator Sonnet Stanfill, The Independent’s Rebecca Gonsalves and Caroline Charles.

    You can also stay up to date on the rest of the couture shows right here on our Collections page. 

  9. by Marie Schuller .

    Fashion Film screening presents RCA fashion class 2015 work in progress
    Unique film by Maxim Kelly

    Fashion Film has long been a tool to present fashion students' work to a wider audience online and the RCA has been at the forefront of the genre for some time. For the past two years, the RCA fashion class used film to present their work; You can watch the MA 2013 film by SHOWstudio contributor Marlon Rueberg here or have a look at last year's MA offering with three separate fashion films as well as a discussion and live stream here

    This week the RCA presented the student work in progress show and the fashion class once more decided to use fashion film. Filmmaker Maxim Kelly was commissioned to create a three minute film including work by students across menswear and womenswear, as well as knitwear, millinery and accessories. Each student contributed one full look - or in case of accessories, one piece. The diversity of the students is reflected in the breadth of creative output. 

    Maxim Kelly's film captures this vast range of designs perfectly in his surreal and humorous filmic rendition which launched at the show's private view.

    The RCA Work In Progress show is on until January 25th so make sure to catch Kelly's fashion film and the students' work while you can!

  10. by SHOWstudio .

    Psy-Active Mutation - A new fashion film

    SHOWstudio is proud to launch Psy-Active Mutation, a new fashion film showcasing the Spring/Summer 2015 collection from emerging lifestyle brand P.A.M. (Perks and Mini). Shot on location, the film tells the story of human transcendence - a human 'alien' is found on a distant planet, embalmed, and sent off into the 'next life', shining and enlightened. Directed by Misha Hollenbach and with a soundtrack by electronic music producer Lee Gamble, the atmospheric film combines retro sci-fi with contemporary fashion.

    Watch the fashion film now!

  11. by SHOWstudio .

    Check out Gary Card's first Paris menswear illustrations

    Our resident illustrator Gary Card has been hard at work illustrating the key looks from the Paris A/W 15 menswear collections, and the results are beginnning to appear on our Tumblr. Following on from Unskilled Worker's coverage of Milan and Chloe Feinberg's portrayal of London Collections: Men, Card's subjects so far include Walter Van Beirendonck, Valentino and Raf Simons.

    Check out Card's striking, ink-rendered figures and be sure to follow his progress on Tumblr as the Paris collections continue. Don't forget to check out his work as a set designer too, on Nick Knight and Dinos Chapman's project Agathe and Seraphine's House featuring model Lily Donaldson.

  12. by SHOWstudio .

    Watch our panel discussions on-demand

    The menswear collections continue in Paris, but you can revisit the Italian shows with our panel discussions, now available on-demand! Daryoush Haj-Najafi and our industry expert panelists unpicked the Autumn/Winter offerings from Marni's Pitti Imagine show as well as Milanese icons Prada and Versace, pondering vularity, nostaligia, gender-bending at Prada and the lack of pants at Versace.

    Watch both discussions now and keep updated on all things Paris including curated social media, show reports and upcoming live panels over on our Collections page.

  13. by SHOWstudio .

    Watch our Paris Menswear Panel Discussions this weekend!

    We're rounding off our coverage of the Autumn/Winter 15 menswear shows with two of Paris' most discussion worthy shows, Loewe on Friday 23 January at 16:00 GMT, and Études on Saturday 24 January at 13:00 GMT. 

    Unpicking the Madrid-based house's second collection with star designer J.W. Anderson at the helm, our Loewe panel will feature the expert verdicts of i-D's senior digital editor Dean Kissick, creative consultants Gianluca Longo and Mimma Viglezio and LCF's Rob Phillips. This season's creative output of the Études studio collective will be analysed by Cake on Coffin PR's Maria Pizzeria, stylist and music producer Henry Mackay-Bull, 1 Granary editor-in-chief Olga Kuryshchuk and T-R-E-M-O-R-S editor Maksymilian Fus Mickiewicz who will join our chair, Complex UK's Daryoush Haj-Najafi on Sunday at 13:00 GMT.

    Tune in to watch these panels live and review all our A/W 15 menswear collections coverage while you wait, with curated image and social media feeds, show reports by our editor Lou Stoppard and all the rest of our insightful panel discussions, available to watch on-demand.


  14. by SHOWstudio .

    Gary Card illustrates Paris menswear

    Introducing Gary Card, the latest guest illustrator to give their take on the A/W 15 menswear collections. 

    Following on from Unskilled Worker, SHOWstudio's resident artist for the Milan menswear collections, Card's original artworks inspired by the Paris shows will be appearing on our Tumblr page over the course of the week. The set designer and illustrator is one of London's most talked-about talents, having previously collaborated with SHOWstudio on Nick Knight and Dinos Chapman's Agathe and Seraphine's House project for Garage magazine.

    While you wait for Card's interpretations of the key collections, review our LC:M and Milan illustrators as well as all Paris menswear happenings over on our Collections page.

  15. by SHOWstudio .

    Review Unskilled Worker's Milan menswear artworks

    Our talented resident Collections illustrator Unskilled Worker has been busy over Milan Fashion Week creating her expressive take on her favourite shows.

    The London-based, self-taught artist has combined mediums to recreate Autumn/Winter 2015 looks by the likes of Gucci, Prada, Ermenegildo Zegna, Daks, Roberto Cavalli, Fendi, Bottega Veneta and more!  

    Head to our Tumblr to find the full series of Unskilled Worker’s wonderful Milan-inspired artworks.

  16. by SHOWstudio .

    Don't miss our Paris menswear panels this week

    Following London, Pitti and Milan we're finally at the last leg of the men's collections - Paris! Join resident chair Daryoush Haj-Najafi and a host of industry experts as they consider the season's biggest shows.

    On Wednesday 21 January we'll be kicking things off with a discussion of the Gosha Rubchinskiy show featuring Masha MombelliAnastasiia Fedorova, Kyle Steward and Alban Adam at 15:30 GMT. This will be followed by a closer look at Walter Van Beirendonck's collection with help from Hettie Judah, Maarten Van Der Horst, Carri Munden and Curtly Thomas and at 17:30 GMT. Last but not least, tune in at 20:30 GMT for observation and analysis of Raf Simons with John-Michael O'Sullivan, Dean Kissick, and Rob Meyers.

    The next day, Thursday 22 January, we'll be talking Louis Vuitton at 13:30 GMT with Mimma Viglezio, Katie Baron and Paul Gorman, followed by an examination of Rick Owen's A/W offering featuring Maarten Van Der Horst and Rebecca Gonsalves. Phew!

    There will be more to come this weekend as we ponder Loewe and Etudes but in the meantime, you can stay up-to-date with menswear happenings including runway shots, social media feeds and Lou Stoppard's runway reviews, all available on our Collections page.

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