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    V magazine photoshoot with Caitin Stickles! LIVE on SHOWstudio

    Today is day one of our V magazine photoshoot with Caitin Stickles! We will be live streaming the entire day on SHOWstudio where you can watch Nick Knight work with the unique model. Born with a rare chromosomal disorder, Cat Eye Syndrome, Stickles opposes what is quintessnetially beautiful with her own, unique, attraction. 

    Taking insipration from the work of artsist, Gustav Klimt, the shoot will see Stickles glitter and gleam in looks from Lanvin, Balenciaga and McQueen, styled by Jacob K, hair by Martin Cullen and nails by Kate Cutler. Watch it all live!

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    Fashion Film Award in collaboration with QIC Global Real Estate

    In October 2015, Nick Knight announced that SHOWstudio, in collaboration with QIC Global Real Estate, would be launching our first ever fashion film award. 

    The subsequent winner was Maksim Bashkaev from Moscow, Russia, with his film, OutlawThe premise of the film is to look into the unexplored life of 'the outlaw people' of Moscow, focusing on the controversial people who take an alternative route, combining the mixed cultural patterns of Empire and Soviet eras. The work of the 'Outlaws' is dedicated to fighting isolation, representing 'the other' Russia: open, intellectual and free.

    Explore the project to see Maksim Bashkaev and Dilyara Minrakhmanova's winning film, all finalist films, the panel discussion that took place on the night with Dan Thawley, Gareth Pugh and Nathalie Khan as well as Bashkaev's memorable acceptance speech!  

     
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    New Fashion Film by Nick Knight: 'New Happiness · Love Chaos' for Alyx

    Nick Knight and Matthew Williams continue to collaborate, bringing you a brand new fashion film entitled New Happiness · Love Chaos, featuring the dual Alyx S/S 17 collections, watch it now on SHOWstudio! 

    Featuring both Ysaunny Brito and Demi ScottNew Happiness · Love Chaos references the freedom and clarity one finds when driving alone. Reflective 3M material is utilised throughout. 

    Explore the project on SHOWstudio and head over to our SHOWstudio x MACHINE-A Shop to browse more Alyx products! 

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    EXCLUSIVE: Lou Stoppard interviews Dries van Noten

    We've launched a brand new interview with Dries van Noten, filmed exclusively for SHOWstudio in collaboration with JOYCE, the Hong Kong based retailer.

    Watch the Belgian designer speak to Lou Stoppard about how his upbring amongst tailors contributed to his thoughtful use and creation of fabrics, the importance of the shop in an e-commerce driven indsutry and what his reponse would be if approached by the high street brand H&M.

    Be sure to watch the full interview exclusively on SHOWstudio! And visit our 'In Fashion' series to see more interviews featuring the individuals who help shape the landscape of contemporary fashion. 

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    New Exhibition! Molly Goddard's 'What I Like'

    Don't miss the new exhibition at NOW Gallery from young talent, Molly Goddard! Entitled 'What I Like', the show encourages its audience to interact with the seven signature tulle Molly Goddard dresses on display.

    The dresses, recognisable in their shapes and colours, black, white, grey, shocking pink, neon green, traffic cone orange and tomato red, are remarkable in their length. Towering from the ceiling, each dress is on a pulley to be raised or lowered to a height at which visitors can sit and embroider directly onto the gauze. At the end of the show, one of the dresses will be auctioned for charity. 

    'What I Like' is showing until 19 February 2106 at NOW Gallery, The Gateway Pavilions, Peninsula Square, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 0SQ. Admission is free! Until then, watch one of Molly's dresses in motion in Nick Knight's fashion film, 'The Worst Crime is Faking It'.

     

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    Nick Knight's latest V Magazine editorial has launched

    Nick Knight's editorial, Demi Couture for the A/W 16 issue of V Magazine is now available to buy on stands and view on SHOWstudio.

    Styled by Jacob K, model Demi Scott transforms in ethereal couture by DiorValentino and Iris van Herpen to name a few. 

    Custom made latex undergarments by Atsuko Kudo serve as grounding elements and offer a contrast to the delicate beauty of the couture clothes.

    When placed within the atmosphere of Knight's daylight studio, amongst set design by Andrew Tomlinson, Scott calls to mind Cecil Beaton's sixties portraits of Jean Shrimpton.

    Check out the full editorial here!

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    Our 2002 archive is now on YouTube!

    Our entire body of work from 2002 is now available to watch on YouTube! Go back and see what was happening at SHOWstudio fourteen years ago, from our Transformer series with Alexander McQueen and Katy England, to More Beautiful Women with Linda Evangelista and Erin O'Connor

    SHOWstudio strives to document fashion as it happens, be sure to take advantage of this time capsule of information and explore our achive from the turn of the century!

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    'Hair by Sam McKnight' Tumblr take-over has come to an end

    For the 1 to 7 November, the the team behind Hair by Sam McKnight took over the SHOWstudio Tumblr page in a guest curation celebrating the opening of the new exhibition at Somerset House.

    The Hair by Sam McKnight Tumblr take-over looked at the behind-the-scenes creation of the exhibition, along with research and seminal Sam McKnight photographs and magazine covers. Each few days were run by a different member of the team, starting with archivist Tory Turk, followed by Sam McKnightEamonn Hughes, Myles Grimsdale and Shonagh Marshall. See our interview with Marshall from our Hair project, explaining the - at times - difficult task of curating with hair.

    Head over to the SHOWstudio Tumblr today to view all posts and revisit past take-overs by Alistair O’NeillAlexander FurySimon FoxtonLiberty Ross and many others.

     

  9. by SHOWstudio .

    Santiago International Fashion Film Festival

    For the second year in a row SHOWstudio is participating in the Santiago International Fashion Film Festival. This year's SAIFFF will include lectures, conversations and retrospectives around fashion and film. Alongside these activites will be a curated exhibition of the entires from the competition and a special reel of footage from SHOWstudio's fashion film archive!

    One of last year's selected directors of SHOWstudio at SHOWstudio Fashion Film Award, Jon Jacobsen, is exhibiting a solo show at SAIFFF 2016 titled, Ekeko, featuring his unique style of combining photography and illustration. 

    The festival will take place on the 22 to 26 November 2016 in the Providencia Cultural Foundation in Santiago, Chile. 

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    Fashion Film Submission: Ephasini Lamabhudango by Ndumiso Sibanda

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    SHOWstudio is a committed supporter of fashion film and aspiring creatives. To show this support, Nick Knight asks filmmakers from across the globe to submit their work to SHOWstudio - a selection of submissions that Knight finds impressive or inspiring feature on SHOWstudio.

    The latest addition is a film entitled Ephasini Lamabhudango by Ndumiso Sibanda, a filmmaker based in South Africa. Ephasini Lamabhudango is a film about the celebration and reimagining of a Ndebele woman in modern day Johannesburg who dares to be her true self. 

    Revisit our previous submissions and send your work to submissions@showstudio.com to be considered for inclusion! 

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    NEW Subjective! Guivenere van Seenus talks Steven Meisel.

    SHOWstudio's Subjective series presents the history of contemporary fashion photography from the point of view of the subject. The series empowers the models and subjects of the photographs, asking them to present the often untold stories behind iconic images.

    In our latest series, the American model Guinevere van Seenus joins Nick Knight to talk about her experience of working with Steven Meisel. 'He cares about everything; every colour, every pillow, every nuance of it, he’s on it. There’s nothing that goes by him.' adds Van Seenus.

    Watch the film now and be sure to take a look at some of the other films in the series that feature a range of women including Kate MossAlek Wek and Lily Cole

     

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    Tumblr take-over: 'Hair by Sam McKnight'

    It's the first of the month and a new Tumblr take-over is underway, in celebration of Somerset House's new exhibition Hair by Sam McKnight

    A selection of the team behind the exhibition and coinciding book are posting behind-the-scenes photos and research, along with seminal Sam McKnight images. Archivist Tory Turk will kick off the take-over, followed by Sam McKnight, Eamonn Hughes, Myles Grimsdale and Shonagh Marshall.

    Sam McKnight has been instrumental in the creation of some of the most iconic fashion imagery, forging groundbreaking collaborations and constructing the images of supermodels Linda Evangelista, Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell among many others. Hair by Sam McKnight is the first exhibition to contextualise the wider cultural significance of hair and it's important role within fashion.

    Head over to the SHOWstudio Tumblr today to view Turk's first posts and revisit past take-overs by Alistair O’NeillAlexander FurySimon FoxtonLiberty Ross and many others.

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    10th Anniversary of Art and Fashion Forum by Grażyna Kulczyk

    This weekend, 29 to 30 October, SHOWstudio will be moderating two creative panel discussions in Poznań, Poland as part of the 10th Anniversary of Art and Fashion Forum by Grażyna Kulczyk!

    The team are heading to Poland with a selection of key SHOWstudio contributors including curator Oriole Cullen and milliner Stephen Jones to participate in two debates; one on fashion and one on art. The theme of the event is 'Different = Irreplaceable' and the discussions will elaborate upon this.

    Videos of the debates will be available on SHOWstudio.com, providing a global online reach for the first time in Art and Fashion Forum’s history. Explore behind the scenes at the event via Periscope!

     
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    Visionare releases a new book

    Visionaire have released a new book today, published by Rizzoli, to document the 25 years of the publication.

    Visionaire focuses on the cross-pollination of art, fashion, film, and contemporary culture as a tool to communicate unique experiences, with a deep and developed network of creatives.

    Nick Knight has been a huge part of the Visionare story since the early nineties and shares the founding beliefs of the quest for creative expression.

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    Subjective: Pat Cleveland on Guy Bourdin

    SHOWstudio are launching a brand new film from our Subjective series which presents the history of contemporary fashion photography from the perspective of it's subjects, the models. 

    In our latest edition, Pat Cleveland sits down with Nick Knight to discuss her time working with Guy Bourdin. Cleveland takes us behind the scenes of her first shoot with the mysterious Bourdin in 1971, and talks candidly about Bourdin's silent presence and minimal direction. 

    Watch this conversation now and be sure to check out the Subjective archive

  16. by Lou Stoppard .

    Rest in Peace Richard Nicoll

    All of us at SHOWstudio are so saddened by the news of designer Richard Nicoll’s passing. Richard was a beautiful, bright and talented soul and such a supporter and friend to SHOWstudio over the years. In July 2009, our former fashion director Alexander Fury had the pleasure of interviewing Richard for our rolling In Fashion series. 'I think all that you need to worry about is what’s right in front of you and let destiny control the rest,’ he says, as a closing note, before smiling - that gorgeous, uplifting, infectious smile. We’ll miss you Richard and we’re so sorry for all your family and friends - our thoughts are with you.

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