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    This Weekend: Milan Menswear Panel Discussions

    Following London Collections: Men and Pitti Uomo, we're moving on to Milan this weekend with live panel discussions centered around two of the season's most eagerly awaited shows, Versace and Prada

    Tune in at 19:00 GMT this Saturday 17 January to watch a panel of industry experts including creative director Harris Elliot and fashion photographer Amarpaul Kalirai dissect Donatella's dream for the male Versace customer in a live-streamed video chat. 

    On Sunday 18 January at 17:30 GMT's Jessica Bumpus, milliner Stephen Jones, Machine-A's Stavros Karelis and Anna Pesonen of SSAW magazine join our resident chair, Complex UK's Daryoush Haj-Najafi to unpick master designer Miuccia Prada's latest menswear offering.

    Don't miss these insightful discussions and while you wait, revisit our on-demand panels from LC:M covering Cottweiler, Craig Green, Nasir Mazhar and MAN amongst others. Be sure to keep an eye on our live curated social media and runway image feeds, as well as show reports by our editor Lou Stoppard.

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    In Conversation: Allen Jones's Chair

    In the latest addition to our In Conversation series, a group of experts gathered with members of the public to discuss the provocative work Chair by artist Allen Jones. This piece is currently on display at the Royal Academy, where this discussion was held, along with other work from the artist’s long career. Leading the debate, which discusses reactions to Chair then and now, was Art Under Attack; Histories of British Iconoclasm curator Stacy Boldrick. Invited speakers included conservator Lyndsey Morgan who worked on Chair after it was sabotaged with acid in 1986, fashion commentator and feminist Grace Woodward, and Edith Devaney, curator of Allen Jones RA at the Royal Academy of Arts, who each present their own personal reactions to the work.

    Considering reactions to the piece since its creation in 1969, the discussion cites media depictions of controversial artworks, the destruction of artworks as feminist protest and the peculiarities of the visual language of BDSM. The conversation verges around subjects of the suffragettes, the 2002 film The Secretary and the fashion photography of Ellen Von Unwerth, as Woodward comments; ‘It raises the question, if this was made by a woman would we even be sitting around talking about it?’ On the topic of public responses to art exhibitions, Morgan also points out that ‘people get disgusted at a distance, I feel that happens often with shows I’ve been involved in. People go off and talk and go ‘it’s terrible’ and you say ‘well have you been?’ and they haven’t.’ 

    Watch this thought-provoking discussion and revisit others in the In Conversation series.

  3. by SHOWstudio .

    Review Chloe Feinberg's LC:M illustrations

    London Collections: Men is finished but you can still head over to Tumblr to view artist Chloe Feinberg's illustrations of the key shows! Feinberg has depicted looks from LC:M favourites including Sibling and Christopher Shannon as well as young designers Sankunz and MAN, all in her signature sweetly surreal style. 

    Stay tuned for the Milan shows as seen through the eyes of self-taught, London-based illustrator Unskilled Worker!

  4. by SHOWstudio .

    Don't miss our Marni live panel discussion

    Join us tonight for our first and only Pitti panel of the season as we unpick the Marni show!

    Resident chair Daryoush Haj-Najafi will be sitting down with creative consultant Sharmadean Reid, editor Dal Chodha and writer Natalie Theo as they ponder the Autimn/Winter 2015 collection and the current climate of Italian menswear.

    Tune in live at 20:00 GMT to see the discussion as it happens and in the meantime catch up on our LC:M panels, now available on-demand!

  5. by SHOWstudio .

    Take 15 minutes with Shaun Leane

    Our beautiful final edit of Shaun Leane’s In Fashion interview with Lou Stoppard is now available to watch. 

    Watch the acclaimed jeweller share his first memories of fashion and tales of his ‘amazing’ apprenticeship making fine jewellery in Hatton Garden. Describing his ‘favourite phase’ restoring antique pieces, Leane credits his past masters with inspiring him to produce ‘my own jewellery that is a statement of the times that we live in now’, in reaction to the ‘real mass production era’ of the 1990s. Leane reflects: ‘That’s when I fell in love with design. Then through a moment of serendipity I met Alexander McQueen, and off we went.’

    Watch Leane’s revealing interview now, complete with stories of his innovative work with McQueen - ‘nothing was impossible’ - and his continuing need to push boundaries in the wake of his collaborator’s tragic, untimely death. Don’t forget to review the rest of the rolling In Fashion interview series featuring fashion luminaries from Daphne Guinness to McQueen himself. 

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    Subjective: Liberty Ross on Nick Knight

    This week's Subjective interview is with British supermodel Liberty Ross, who speaks to Nick Knight about their first ever shoot together.

    'I was just so ecstatic to work with you because I'd been a fan of yours for so long,' says Ross of the editorial for POP magazine, and Knight is equally complimentary; 'From my point of view, you modelled in a completely different way from anyone else I'd ever photographed.' Styled in cardboard garments by John Galliano and bondage tape, she also recalls the experience of getting undressed at the end of the day: 'I don't forget that feeling of relief!'

    Other topics of conversation include mentors, Katie Grand, and why modelling can't be taught -'It's something you feel inside you that needs to come out, but it's also a business and you have to learn that side of it.'

    Watch the complete interview now and stay tuned for more as Subjective continues!

  7. by SHOWstudio .

    SHOWstudio + MACHINE-A LC:M Closing Party

    Our own Nick and Charlotte Knight together with Stavros Karelis, founder and buying director of London's acclaimed Soho concept store MACHINE-A and stylist Anna Trevelyan, who is also MACHINE-A's creative director, hosted the SHOWstudio + MACHINE-A London Collections: Men Closing Party last night.
    Held within the panoramic 7th Floor of Ace Hotel London Shoreditch, guests enjoyed Absolut Elyx cocktails (respectively named after Charlotte Knight, Anna Trevelyan and SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard), and music from Skinny Macho, Larry B, and Matthew Williams while enjoying the amazing view of the London skyline.
    Guests included industry insiders such as Ed Marler, Craig Green, Carri Munden, Rafferty Law, Skepta, Nasir Mazhar, Harriet Verney, Henry Holland, Princess Julia, Astrid Andersen, Tim Noble, Calum Knight, Bip Ling, Ryan Lo, Liam Hodges, Antony Price, MNEK, Billie JD Porter, Claire Barrow, Shaun Samson, Cozette McCreery, Sadie Williams, and Benjamin Kirchhoff.  The event appeared to also form aftershow parties for Craig Green, Nasir Mazhar, and Xander Zhou, all showing on the official LC:M schedule earlier in the day.
    Catch up with our coverage of all the key LC:M shows, and stay tuned for Pitti and Milan coming soon! 
  8. by SHOWstudio .

    Check out Chloe Feinberg's first LC:M illustrations on Tumblr

    Selected to cover the London Collections: Men, SHOWstudio resident illustrator Chloe Feinberg has been busy depicting her favourite shows, the results of which are beginning to appear on Tumblr.

    Taking inspiration from Topman and Fashion East's MAN initiative, Feinberg reveals her pencil rendering of Nicomede Talevera's striking separates in stages, set in an architectural space, the model having melted away. The Central Saint Martins and Royal College of Art trained artist then moved on to depict Sibling's playful offering for A/W 15. 

    Follow Chloe Feinberg's progress on the SHOWstudio Tumblr as she captures more of the London shows in her signature style and explore original artworks by SHOWstudio resident artists from past seasons, available to purchase now from the SHOWstudio Shop.


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    LC:M show reports by Lou Stoppard

    Our very own editor Lou Stoppard has been dashing round London Collections: Men, taking in and writing up the designers' new Autumn/Winter 2015 offerings.

    Providing insightful and detailed analysis, Stoppard's reviews so far include heavyweights Alexander McQueen, Moschino and J.W. Anderson and London stalwarts Sibling - 'both silly and cerebral' - Christopher RaeburnAstrid Anderson and more. Giving us insight into the newest wave of talent, Stoppard also gives her verdict on the three young designers starting out at MAN, Fashion East and Topman's initiative: 'a strong showing and one that said lots about the future of menswear and its history as well.'

    Stay tuned to our collections coverage as Stoppard moves on to Pitti, Florence and thereafter to Milan and Paris, continuing to report back on the menswear shows.

  10. by SHOWstudio .

    LC:M continues with more live panel discussions

    The London Collections: Men are still going strong and so are our live panels - join resident chair Daryoush Haj-Najafi and and a host of industry experts as they talk London menswear.

    On Monday 12 January we'll be starting off bright and early with a discussion of the SANKUANZ by GQ China show featuring writers Hettie Judah, Tianlei Han and Tianwei Zhang at 10:00 GMT. This will be followed by a closer look at Craig Green's collection with help from art director Rob Meyers, A Magazine Curated By editor Dan Thawley, lecturer David Kappo, stylist Tom Guinness and Hettie Judah once again at 12:00 GMT. Last but not least, tune in at 18:00 GMT for observation and analysis of Cottweiler with the ICA's Matt Williams, fashion consultant Alban Adam and fashion editor Tim Neugebauer.

    You can also stay up-to-date with the happenings at LC:M with runway shots, social media feeds and Lou Stoppard's runway review, all available on our Collections page! 


    1. amenart
      18:43 11 Jan 2015
      can't wait!!
  12. by SHOWstudio .

    Tune in for LC:M panel discussions this weekend

    We've got an exciting weekend of panel discussions planned in honour of the Autumn/Winter 2015 London Collections: Men (all against the backdrop of our fantastic new set). 

    On Saturday 9 January our resident chair Daryoush Haj-Najafi will be joined by industry experts Hilary Alexander, fashion consultant Gianluca Longo and creative director and stylist Soki Mak to discuss the Agi & Sam show, live from 15:00 GMT. That evening at 19:00 GMT Christopher Raeburn will be up for discussion, with panelists including The Australian Finanical Review's international fashion editor Marion Hume, creative director Harris Elliott and i-D's Steve Salter

    At 14:00 GMT on Sunday 10 January Jeremy Scott's latest menswear offering for Moschino will be picked apart by Archivist editor Dal Chodha, Machine-A's fashion director Anna Trevelyan, editor-in-chief of Ponystep Richard Mortimer and designer Carri Munden

    Tune in to watch the discussions take place live and don't forget to check out our curated social media and image feeds for all the collections showing. Our editor Lou Stoppard will also be providing detailed show reports and analysis as LC:M progresses.

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    Introducing our LC:M A/W 15 Illustrator: Chloe Feinberg

    Every season as part of our signature collections coverage, SHOWstudio invites an artist to interpret their favourite looks from each major city. For LC:M A/W 15, London-based illustrator and animator Chloe Feinberg will be working from the studio creating GIFs inspired by the key shows - stay tuned for JW Anderson, Craig Green, Sibling and much more menswear!

    Look out for Chloe's collections coverage on Tumblr and in the meantime revisit her sweetly surreal collaboration with C.E.

  14. by SHOWstudio .

    Watch the LCF MA Menswear show live

    We're very excited to be kicking off the London Collections: Men with a livesteam of the London College of Fashion's first stand-alone MA Menswear show tomorrow, 9 January at 11:00 GMT. 

    Tune in to view the collections of twelve students graduating from the MA Fashion Design Technology Menswear course, selected for the show by a panel of key industry figures and SHOWstudio favourites David Hellqvist, Becc Gray, Stavros Karelis of Machine-A and Daryoush Haj-Najafi. The show will feature styling by Anders Sølvsten Thomsen, who worked closely with students during the design process.

    The budding designers whose work will feature are as follows: Emma Fenton Villar, Gebei He, Xuefei Wang, Jasmine Haoyao Deng, Jun Zhou, Thien Trang Bui, Roberto Antonio Slusarz Filho, Ka Kui Cheng, Kitty Ng, Xiaoli Su, Na Liu and Young Hwan Yang.

    Watch the show here to spot the industry’s newest talents and don’t forget to keep an eye on the rest of our Autumn/Winter 2015 menswear collections coverage, including curated social media and image feeds and show reports by our very own Lou Stoppard.

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