1. by Calum Knight .

    Francesca Capper

    Really love this designer, her sexy yet constrictive clothes are divine. Images and video from her 2013 BA graduate collection at CSM.


    1. tor.hopkins
      17:38 5 Dec 2013
      Wow! Love these clothes!!!!
  2. by SHOWstudio .

    Michelle Harper payed us a visit!

    This weekend, the lovely Michelle Harper popped into the studio with Jenny Shimizu to chat to Nick Knight! We couldn't stop admiring her rings - she made them herself! 

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    Charlie Le Mindu's punk playlist

    'Well, punk is not dead - it's still here but in more clever way.' As part of our continuing Punk series, Charlie Le Mindu shares a very special playlist to sit within our Fashion Mix page. 

    The hairstylist and designer compiled together fourteen songs, each with punk in mind, however not necessarily the punk you would expect. Le Mindu gave us a little insight into his decisions, 'I chose a playlist of punk women. For me punk has never been a fashion since after [Vivienne] Westwood, since it was always a mood. Punk fashion does exist but in different ways of course; always provocative and choking. This playlist is, for me, a choice of women who are punk in real life not obviously in their music, 'Punk' is a style of music or fashion for some people but those people don't know the real punks.'

    Listen now to the powerful voices and tunes from female artists such as La Chatte, Edith Massey and Bikini Kill, who feature amongst others in this eclectic mix. 

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    Always & Forever live shoot now up on-demand

    If you didn't get a chance to tune into to our live stream of Always & Forever for Garage, don't worry - you can now watch the whole tattoo-inspired shoot, whenever you like, with our on-demand footage. 

    This weekend, 30 Novemeber and 1 December, some very exciting things were unfolding here at SHOWstudio with some incredible talents in the building. Six beautiful models graced our studio to be shot by Nick Knight, with the help of super beauty trio Val Garland, Sam McKnight and Marian Newman

    Charlotte Stockdale aided the models' transformations with some impeccable styling. Pieces that were of particular note include a gold feather Stephen Jones headdress, worn by Karlie Kloss as she chanelled a fierce day-of-the-dead bride, a gorgeous Lovestruck corset worn by Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, a sheer Gucci dress worn by Cara Delevingne, pink gem-studded Miu Miu heels worn by Marina Nery, a great PVC neckpiece by Patrick Ian Hartley worn by Gerogia May Jagger and an incredible colourful mohawk created by McKnight for Liya Akebede.

    The next step of the process has seen Knight send his images to a range of acclaimed tattoo artists; Maxime Buchi, Freddy Negrete, Len Levin, Madame Chan, Angelique and Doctor Woo. These talented tattooists will now interepret the images in their own unique way onto actual human flesh. Stay tuned for more from the project and watch the shoot!

  5. by SHOWstudio .

    Alistair O'Neill continues to unveil the memories Isabella Blow left behind

    The Isabella Blow: Fashion Galore! exhibition is now in full swing! The stunning tribute was curated by Alistair O'Neil who has been taking his curating further on SHOWstudio's Tumblr - as part of our own exploration into the late icon - with a rare, wonderful insight into Blow's world. 

    There is something undeniably remarkable about these glimpses of the great Blow; her personality and creativity is ever present in everything from a Givenchy reciept to an old school photograph. Hauntingly and delightfully, you can also listen to short clips of Issy speaking, her remarks on the Titian exhbition are a particular highlight. 

    These little things really help put together the bigger picture of how unique Blow was - on Friday O'Neils curation ends, so don't miss it.

  6. by Nick Knight .

    Terry Jones, a diamond geezer!

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    Terry Jones, a diamond geezer!

    Back in the late 1970s and in direct response to Punk, Terry Jones, then the art director of British Vogue realised that the most exciting fashion was actually happening on the streets of London and not on the catwalk, bravely he resigned and started a magazine called i-D.

    Terry invested his time, his passion and his money into creating a magazine that reflected simply and clearly fashion at its most pure, the fashion of the street. In the late 1970s and early 1980s London streets were vibrant and bursting with fashions way more extreme, inspiring and audacious than anything in the mainstream of fashion. They were the catwalk of the world.

    Terry Jones saw this and through i-D allowed the rest of the world to see it too. A gesture so clever, insightful and altruistic which in many ways reflects Terry's whole attitude to life. His clear love and devotion to and of his wife Trish is also the love he expressed for all of us, making us all feel part of their family and is in part the reason they are loved back by so many people.

    In i-D they created a platform for a totally new generation of fashion image makers, designers, stylists, journalists and models, who they encouraged and championed. In so doing creating the one of the most important magazines ever.

    NB: Yesterday, The British Fashion Council gave Terry and Tricia Jones the Outstanding Achievement Award at the 2013 British Fashion Awards

  7. by SHOWstudio .

    Morgan Fox returns!

    Morgan Fox contributed to SHOWstudio not so long ago; over the first week of November, Fox had us refreshing our feed on a daily basis as he curated our Tumblr with his fleetingly hilarious, perfectly disgusting diary of a young boy in love. Now, Fox is back! 

    We are now proud to showcase Composition 4, a film by Fox. This piece offers a glimpse into the sordid, lonely daily routine of one anonymous man. In Fox's words, the project looks at ''empty' spaces in a public library and some of the things that happen in those spaces.'

    Become absorbed in Fox's world, again! 

  8. by SHOWstudio .

    A new punk film: God Should Have Saved Diana

    Leo Frango, also known as Ejakulation in the world of Tumblr, has contributed to our Punk film series with a new work, God Should Have Saved Diana

    Frango explains, 'The inspiration behind the film was to show the decay of the world around us in a glimpse and to use Diana as an idea, a symbol of hope.' The end result is an anonymous, figure dressed in black who moves mesmerisingly against an influx of imagery, from swastikas to Westwood. While punk might have peaked over thirty years ago, Frango gives punk its ressonance in today's generation, subtly, by recognisably filming his piece on a MacBook's photo booth application. 

    Watch the film now!


    1. sartorialgirl
      00:13 3 Dec 2013
      Woohoo!!! Go Leo!!
  9. by SHOWstudio .

    Isabella Blow - a trail of memories on our Tumblr

    'When I take something on I am eccentric in the sense I really want to succeed for you and for me because I've spent twenty-four years on my image.' You can listen to Isabella Blow come out with some truly intriguing, perfectly crude comments on our Tumblr this week. 

    Alistair O'Neill acted as curator for the fantastic Somerset House exhibition, Isabella Blow: Fashion Galore! As part of our continuing project exploring the late Blow, O'Neill is curating our Tumblr with some candid treasures - from letterhead memos to rare audio bites - he has uncovered from the late icon. 

    'I vividly remember coming across a mouth of red, applied to the corner of an envelope that made me realise that Isabella impressed her very palpable sense of self into those things she used to communicate with,' he discloses. 

    Delve into the rare trail of beautiful memories Blow left behind.

  10. by Calum Knight .

    Eliphino - I Dont Care

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    The Always & Forever live stream is over!

    This weekend has seen the first part of the innovative Always & Forever Garage editorial come to life via live stream. 

    A quintuplet of creative stars came together - Nick Knight photographing, styling by Charlotte Stockdale, make-up by Val Garland, nails created by Marian Newman and Sam McKnight on hair - for the shoot, which was broadcast in its entirety on SHOWstudio.

    Today saw supermodel Karlie Kloss work two impeccable looks and finished with the sultry Rosie Huntington-Whiteley on set, whilst yesterday Liya Kebede, Georgia May Jagger, Marina Nery and Cara Delevingne were all present here at SHOWstudio. 

    Make sure you stay tuned to see how the tattoo inspired vision unfolds! 


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    Always & Forever live stream day two!

    Nick Knight's Always & Forever editorial for Garage is set to challenge fashion's fleeting nature by creating an editorial built around a permanent form of art. Yesterday saw Knight shoot Cara Delevingne, Georgia May Jagger, Marina Nery and Liya Kebede in some incredible looks styled by Charlotte Stockdale, inspired in part by incredible tattooists such as Mark Mahoney, Scott Campbell and Angelique.

    With other amazing creatives collaborating on this vision - Sam McKnight, Val Garland and Marian Newman - this shoot is proving to be breathtaking. 

    Make sure you tune in today for the second half, to catch Knight shooting supermodels Karlie Kloss and Rosie Huntington-Whitely.

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    Check out the last steps of the #asif process on our Tumblr!

    Over the last two weeks, including a two day live stream, Nick Knight and Simon Foxton have shared their collaborative vision for their #asif shoot for V MAN magazine. 

    Our Tumblr has been taken over with the initial casting process through to the digitally inspired looks, some internet references, glitchy behind the scenes images and today we bring you the final step - early tests created of the selection images using various techniques from 3-D animations to the classic cut and paste. 

    Head over to our Tumblr for the full #asif vision as it unfolded.

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