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    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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    We're kicking off LC:M with a MAN panel

    It's London Collections: Men! Join us for observation and analysis of the season's key collections with another round of our signature live panel discussions, starting with MAN. London College of Fashion's Frances Corner, Complex Magazine's Matthew Henson, designer Carri Munden and stylist Cobbie Yates will be sitting down with resident chair Daryoush Haj-Najafi to unpick the offerings of A/W 15's emerging menswear designers Liam Hodges, Rory Parnell-Mooney and Nicomede Talavera.

    Tune in Friday 9 January at 16.00 BST to see the panel as it happens and as always follow our Collections page for complete up-to-the-minute coverage!

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    Naomi Campbell talks Bruce Weber

    Our rolling model interview series, Subjective, is back. In the first instalment of 2015, supermodel Naomi Campbell remembers modelling for photographer Bruce Weber alongside her friend, boxer Mike Tyson.

    Comparing the experience of working with Weber to The Godfather, Campbell describes his shoots as, 'very family - he wants everyone together and he’s shooting the whole way through. If you’re not even dressed sometimes he’s still shooting.' 'Is he loud as a photographer?' asks Nick Knight, ‘No Bruce is soft, very moderate voiced, very sweet’ replies Campbell.

    The two also discussed the power of the internet, with Campbell describing fellow model Cara Delevingne as a 'rock star' in terms of her staggering social media following. 

    Watch the full interview now and stay tuned for next week's episode!

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    Review Michael Gaubert's Tumblr takeover

    Michel Gaubert's Tumblr takeover is now complete!

    Following SHOWstudio's tradition of allowing a new creative to take the reigns of our Tumblr each month, the acclaimed DJ and man behind the sounds at Chanel, Celine and J.W. Anderson’s shows took over for the first week of January. Exercising his signature wit, Gaubert provided seven days of uplifting posts ranging from glorious GIFs to glamour pin-ups, as well as his own favourite online finds.

    Review Gaubert's curation now - if you can't get enough be sure to follow his sensational Instagram account - and don't forget to revisit past curations by artist Rei Nadal, Lucy Moore of Claire de Rouen books and many others.

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    Catch-up on our interview with David Downton

    Whether you missed our inspiring chat with esteemed fashion illustrator David Downton, or just want to re-watch, you can now view the interview in full on-demand as part of our continuing In Fashion series..

    Speaking candidly about his path into fashion, Downton covers everything from his early love of drawing - 'I thought I was a genius, because I lived in rural Kent and didn't know any better,' - to his thoughts on his favourite subjects Erin O'Connor and Dita Von Teese.

    Catch up on our talk with the artist now, it's a must-see for all aspiring illustrators! 

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    Stay tuned for on-demand footage of David Downton's In Fashion interview

    David Downton visited the studio this afternoon for a very special chat with Lou Stoppard about his life in fashion.

    Beginning with first realising his talent or ‘knack’ for capturing likenesses as a child in rural Kent - ‘I thought I was a genius’ - Downton talks through the frustrations of art college and his early commercial work as a graphic artist. Launched into the fashion industry relatively late in his career as an illustrator, he recalls the story of his very first visit to Paris in 1996 to cover the haute couture shows, walking straight into a Valentino fitting with supermodel Amber Valetta: ‘I went into Narnia’. Offering opinions on the ‘sympathy’ between photography and illustration, the digital revolution gripping the industry, and full of stories of his spirited subjects, Downton explains the enduring magic of his medium: ‘Paul Klee said drawing is taking a line for a walk; fashion drawing is taking it dancing.’ 

    On-demand footage of the entire interview will be available to watch from tomorrow, Wednesday 7 January 2015. In the meanwhile revisit the rest of our In Fashion series, featuring fashion luminaries from Daphne Guinness to Lady Amanda Harlech. As an extra treat, all the interviews are available to download as podcasts from iTunes.

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    Tune in tomorrow for David Downton's In Fashion interview at 14:30 GMT

    Tomorrow at 14:30 GMT fashion illustrator David Downton will be in the studio. The acclaimed illustrator will be the latest fashion great to feature in our rolling In Fashion interview series. Tune in to watch him speak to our editor Lou Stoppard live about his fashionable life, from years of attending Paris’ haute couture shows to drawing the world’s most beautiful women.

    While you wait, watch his long-time collaborator British supermodel Erin O’Connor speak to Nick Knight about Downton’s working practice and extraordinary ability to ‘capture the essence of a person in three lines’.

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    It's day five of Michel Gaubert’s Tumblr takeover

    It’s day five of Michel Gaubert’s Tumblr takeover and it just gets better and better.

    Famed for creating sounds to serenade Chanel, Celine and J.W. Anderson's shows (and latterly, his unmissable Instagram), Gaubert has been sharing some visual treats over the past five days. From wise words, digital nostalgia and glam pin-ups to tales of his earliest collaborations with Karl Lagerfeld at Chloe - ‘how candid and spontaneous fashion could be’ - Gaubert rings in the New Year in his light-hearted but ever precise style.

    Head over to the SHOWstudio Tumblr now to feast on Gaubert’s latest posts and while you’re at it, be sure to revisit past Tumblr takeovers by esteemed guest curators Alexander Fury, Alistair O’Neill and Liberty Ross.

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    DJ Michel Gaubert's Tumblr Takeover
    Happy New Year!

    Ring in the New Year with a Tumblr guest curation by acclaimed sound artist Michel Gaubert. He's the man behind the music at Celine, Chanel, J.W. Anderson and more!

    In our tradition of handing over the reins of our Tumblr to one of our favourite creatives for the first week of every new month, we called up Gaubert and asked him to kick off 2015 in the most stylish way possible. Gaubert's Instagram is celebrated as one of the best out there - if you're not following him, you must - so we're sure to be in for some visual treats.

    Check out his posts so far (or revisit past takeovers by Simon Foxton, Mary Katrantzou, Anna Trevelyan and Ellie Grace Cumming). Happy 2015!

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    Merry Christmas from SHOWstudio

    Along with our fondest Christmas wishes to our viewers, SHOWstudio is delighted to announce a very exciting upcoming project for 2015 - Unseen McQueen

    In conjunction with the opening of Savage Beauty at the V&A on 14 March 2015, SHOWstudio will celebrate the life of the late Lee McQueen and his fruitful relationship with Nick Knight. Knight has filmed all of his photo-shoots since the late eighties and, for the first time, will reveal hidden gems from his archive to the public. One piece of unseen McQueen footage will be revealed each day from 13 - 20 March.

    Knight's relationship with McQueen, who passed away in February 2010, began formally in 1996, when the two collaborated on a series of images for the Florence Biennale, though the pair had met previously at events and McQueen had begun to send Knight an annual Christmas fax.

    Footage to be released as part of Unseen McQueen includes a candid interview with McQueen, filmed at the early stages of his career in 1997, footage of Knight shooting McQueen for the April 1998 cover of The Face - a now iconic image - and a video of Knight, Katy England, Michael Clark and McQueen collaborating on the unforgettable Blade of Light image featuring clothing from the They Shoot Horses, Don't They? collection from Spring/Summer 2004.

    While you wait for our week-long tribute to McQueen to begin, revisit some of our greatest archive McQueen projects including Plato's Atlantis, McQueen's final collection before his death live-streamed by SHOWstudio, Transformer, in which Lee himself turns a bridegroom to a bride in seconds, and of course our first ever In Fashion interview with the late designer. 

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    Send us your fashion films!

    We've just made it easier to submit fashion films to SHOWstudio. Since its inception, SHOWstudio has worked with the world's most sought-after filmmakers and acclaimed figures of contemporary fashion as well as supporting and nurturing emerging talent. We're continually seeks to offer a platform for new filmmakers to showcase their work.

    Submissions of fashion films for inclusion on SHOWstudio are encouraged and will be considered on an individual basis. Please contact us on submissions@showstudio.com or via this form with a detailed written outline of your submission, as well as a link to the film you are submitting and images where relevant.

    Need some inspiration? Browse through every fashion film on SHOWstudio for gems from pioneers of the medium including Nick Knight, Marie Schuller, Kathryn Ferguson and Ruth Hogben!

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    A Man Called Bones

    The latest film from director Nathaniel Brown pays homage to the jaw dropping abilities of flex dancer Bones The Machine. Taking Old West Americana films as a visual reference point, A Man Called Bones is a fusion of fashion, music and dance. As Brown explains; ‘ to tell the story of Bones, I wanted to do something about being a rebel, a cowboy and going against the grain. To carve your own path regardless of how or what or why, and to make weird waves! I think it's about a fusion - a musical fashion piece.’ 

    Taking inspiration from the Western influence of the film, stylist Prince Franco created a jacket in collaboration with Bones and Brown especially for the film. The one-off jacket is available for purchase only at SHOWstudio Shop. Watch the film and browse the jacket now.

     
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