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    Review the ready-to-wear Paris, Milan, London and New York

    Missed this week's round-up panels? Don't fret, you can still revisit all the highs and lows of New York, London, Milan and Paris A/W 15 with on-demand footage of our live panel discussions chaired by SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard.

    Re-live NYFW with The Independent's Alexander Fury, fashion historian Lucy Norris and creative consultant Mimma Viglezio. The panel of industry experts discussed wearabilty, the relevance of diffusion lines and the commercial constaints of New York.

    Watch writer Camilla Morton, PR Mandi Lennard, The Independent's Rebecca Gonsalves and The Mushpit's Charlottle Roberts review the latest London offerings, pondering theatricality, the dangers of early hype and the appeal of daywear.

    Alexander Fury, The Telegraph's Victoria Moss and journalists Harriet Quick and Hilary Alexander unpicked Milan, covering economic evolution, celebrity endorsement and 'the new awkward.'

    Finally, writer and blogger Susanna Lau, Sunday Times Style's Pandora Sykes and The Times' Anna Murphy explored Paris, department stores and 'uncomfotable' dressing.

    Catch up now!

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    A Re-see with Ryan Lo

    Our latest Re-see sees Ryan Lo reflect on his A/W 15 collection with SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard.

    The London-based designer explains how his most recent offering was a deliberate move away from his signature girlishness towards something more grown-up; 'There's no glitter. I just thought it was time to do something a bit more sophisticated, a bit more womanly. There's black - I never work with black!' Lo also talks about early reference points, feeling pigeonholed and collaborating with Gary Card and Robbie Spencer.

    Enjoy the front row experience now!

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    Don't miss our A/W 15 round-up panels

    Fashion week withdrawal? Join us on Monday 13 and Tuesday 14 April as SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard rounds up the Autumn/Winter 2015 collections with the help of fashion industry experts in more of our signature live panel discussions.

    First up, on Monday 13 April, The Independent's Alexander Fury, fashion historian Lucy Norris, creative consultant Mimma Viglezio and freelance fashion stylist Verity Parker will be unpicking the New York shows at 10:30 BST. This will be followed by an overview of London with The Independent's Rebecca Gonsalves, writer Camilla Morton, PR Mandi Lennard and The Mushpit's Charlotte Roberts at 17:00 BST. Then on Tuesday 14 April, Alexander Fury, journalists Harriet Quick and Hilary Alexander and The Daily Telegraph's Victoria Moss will be dissecting Milan at 10:30 BST before our Paris finale with writer and blogger Susanna Lau, Sunday Times Style's Pandora Sykes and The Times' Anna Murphy at 17:00 BST.

    While you wait, revist the highlights of the seaosn with SHOWstudio's Collections coverage, featuring curated social media feeds, show reports and on-demand panel discussions!

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    In Fashion - Up next Olivier Rousteing

    In Fashion returns! For the next instalment of the in-depth video interview series, SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard will be speaking to Balmain's creative director Olivier Rousteing

    Tune in on Saturday 25 April at 13:30 BST to hear Rousteing discuss celebrity campaigns, star designers and being appointed as head of Balmain aged just 25.

    In anticipation, browse previous In Fashion interviews including recent chats with Thomas Tait and David Sims.

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    Love, Money, God: Michèle Lamy

    Over years of researching her Icons and Muses project, Sofia Tchkonia has interviewed numerous influential figures of 20th and 21st century fashion and culture, including Pierre Berge, Rick Owens and Serge Lutens. She invited SHOWstudio to edit and release the footage as a series entitled Love, Money, God, a nod to the journalist's three key questions.

    Following on from previous interviews with Jean-Paul Goude and Betty Catroux, this week's candid conversation is with fashion consultant and entrepreneur Michèle Lamy. Lamy discusses studying to be an attorney, opening a factory in LA and meeting Rick Owens, who she is now wife and muse to; 'I think I had seen him in the street. His look before was not so different to now, a little more fierce... He was sticking out.' Aside from her career, Lamy also ponders wrinkles, humanity, and what keeps her going: 'Tea and cigarettes!'

    Head to our Love, Money, God project now to hear the fashion icon reminisce about her life

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    Watch Thomas Tait discuss his life in fashion

    Catch up on our interview with Thomas Tait, streamed live as part of our In Fashion series. On-demand footage of the designer's conversation with SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard is available to view for a limited time only. Watch as he discusses theatricality, winning the LVMH prize and why fast fashion doesn't appeal to him; 'My mission isn't to please as many people as possible as quickly as possible.'

    Watch now and explore the rest of the In Fashion series, featuring in-depth chats with visionaries including David Sims, David Downton and Marques'Almeida.

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    Alyx - Matthew William's new line!

    SHOWstudio is delighted to present the debut lookbook from regular contributor Matthew Williams' new label Alyx! The Autumn/Winter 2015 collection (entitled My First Time) offers 'subverted luxury imbued with subculture.' The ready-to-wear and accessories harness inspirations from Williams' California youth and global urban subcultures.

    Peruse Nick Knight's lookbook images now and stay tuned for the collection, coming soon to the the brand new SHOWstudio x MACHINE-A Shop!

  8. by Sarah Piantadosi .


    Selfridges launched their Agender campaign this spring which I had the pleasure to work on. Our shoot features pairings who resemble each other, illustrating how genderless fashion can be. I've always been very interested in androgyny and am so excited to see the idea of genderless dressing represented in one of London's major luxury retailers.

    See the whole shoot here.

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    Subjective: Liberty Ross on Phil Poynter and Katie Grand

    This week's Subjective interview is with Liberty Ross, who speaks to Nick Knight about appearing on the inaugural issue of Pop.

    Photographed by Phil Poynter for the debut cover of Katie Grand's cult magazine, Ross recalls the experience of pole dancing alongside fashion heavyweights including Stella McCartney, Luella Bartley and Phoebe Philo: 'This cover was about the next wave of imagemakers. It was just fun!' The British model also discusses her longterm relationship with Grand ('She is really loyal to me, the wind under my wings') and what's going through her mind during a shoot; 'It's not about how I look, it's about how I feel. So if I'm feeling it and connecting with whoever is in front of me, that's all that really matters.'

    Watch the exclusive interview now and don't forget to explore the rest of the Subjective series inclding chats with fellow English supers Kate Moss, Erin O'Connor and Lily Cole.

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    Review Joseph Bennett's Tumblr takeover

    Production designer Joseph Bennett has been sharing his extensive archive of imagery from his many collaborations with Alexander McQueen in his role as this month's Tumblr guest curator.

    Bennett follows on from previous guest curators  - including Alexander Fury, Michel Gaubert and Iain R. Webb - in taking over the platform for the first week of the month and sharing emphemera collected over the course of his career. Acting as the perfect companion to last month's Unseen McQueen project, Bennett's curation has provided previously unseen backstage photographs from legendary McQueen shows including Voss, The Widows of Culloden and Plato's Atlantis

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


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    Linda Watson has released a new book!

    We are delighted to announce that fashion writer and SHOWstudio contributor Linda Watson has realeased a new book! Fashion Visionaries features 75 of the world's most legendary designers and presents the story of fashion through the fascinating personal lives and innovative collections that have shaped the field over the past century. 'From revolutionaries to revisionists, provocateurs to aesthetes, in each case their creative output has defined their identity and, ultimately, altered the way we dress,' it reads. A must-have!

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    Tune in for a live interview with Thomas Tait

    In Fashion continues tomorrow, Wednesday 8 April with a live-streamed interview with Thomas Tait. Tune in at 11:30 BST when the Canadian fashion designer will be sitting down with SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard to discuss his eponymous label and illustrious career, including winning last year's inaugural LVMH Young Designer Prize.

    The candid conversation will be the latest instalment of our ongoing series of in-depth interviews with industry luminaries. While you wait, catch up on our most recent with David Sims and Venetia Scott.

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    The Biggest Sin

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    SHOWstudio is proud to present The Biggest Sin, an atmospheric new fashion film directed by Ivan Olita. Shot entirely underwater, the films stars albino model Shaun Ross and investigates a state of limbo.

    'Shaun is the protagonist of the film because I’ve been always incredibly inspired by him: his features, his being and most importantly the state of limbo he inhabits within our society. He doesn’t want to define, he doesn’t need to. He subverts the perception of sin to the incapacity of doing anything rather than the intention of doing something,' explains Olita.

    Ross himself adds, 'I think the biggest sin is not to live your life the way you want to.'

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