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    A/W 14 Round-up Panels!

    We've had a post-fashion week break to reflect on all we've seen in the four major fashion cities, and now Lou Stoppard and a very impresive selection of panelists are back to round up the shows in our signature live panel format! 

    Tune in tomorrow 18 March at 11:00 GMT to watch Susanna Lau, Katherine Ormerod and Harriet Walker review New York, followed by a London discussion with Mandi LennardAlex Fury and Camilla Morton at 15:00 GMT. Then on Thursday 19 March prior to our Paris finale with Alex Fury, Harriet Walker, Susannah Frankel and Jo Ann-Furniss at 15:00, Mimma ViglezioHilary Alexander and Richard Gray will be dissecting Milan at 11:00 GMT. 

    Watch what are sure to be four extremely animated debates LIVE! 

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    Gareth Pugh talks A/W 14

    Earlier this month, Gareth Pugh talked Lou Stoppard through his Autumn/Winter 2014 collection look by look. The designer explained the influences behind the show and discussed his working relationship with stylist Katie Shillingford. He also revealed why this season was an important turning point for him - a chance to consider and consolidate his general approach as a designer. Watch the film now for an exclusive insight into Pugh's work.

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    William S. Burroughs Portraits by Kate Simon exhibition is now open

    SHOWstudio Shop hosted the private view of our new William S. Burroughs exhibition last night, which was attended by the likes of models Alek Wek and Alexia Wight as well as artists Robert Hawkins and Paul Fryer. The show features widely unseen photographs of the writer by Kate Simon taken between 1975 and 1995. In this show, Simon’s portraits capture the familiar image of Burroughs with his glasses perched on his hollow cheeks, his suit, his trilby hat and often a gun in tow, while also revealing the many facets of the man.

    The show is now open to the public at SHOWstudio Shop, 19 Motcomb Street, London from Monday to Friday, 11:00 to 18:00. It runs until 9 May 2014.

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    Check out the Sinking the Pink editorial gallery!

    Late last year Nick Knight, Katy England and Alister Mackie united on the Sinking the Pink project, paying homage to London's most exciting new club kids. The shoot featured beautiful boys, girls and drag queens spotted at the East End's infamous Sink The Pink nights, and fashion from contemporary designers, items from the subjects' own wardrobes and iconic clubland pieces from Leigh Bowery and Bodymap. You may have caught the footage live as it happened, as we streamed every minute of the vibrant shoot! If you missed it, you can still revisit it on-demand.

    After months of waiting, the shiny new London Blitz issue of AnOther Man is out, featuring the full editorial, entiled Millenium People. SHOWstudio have also launched the portraits in an editorial gallery. You can buy the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of AnoTher Man, and check out the rest of the London-centric content, in SHOWstudio Shop, along with a London Blitz poster featuring one of the striking images, in both a signed and unsigned version. Wow! 

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    William S. Burroughs exhibition opens tomorrow

    SHOWstudio Shop will open a solo exhibition of portraits of William S. Burroughs by Kate Simon tomorrow. The show celebrates the occasion of Burroughs' centenary and marks the debut release of Simon’s Cibachrome Edition portfolio, which is comprised of 11 iconic shots of the literary master printed in the now extinct cibachrome medium. These rare photographs will be displayed alongside a selection of black and white limited edition prints and a series of Burroughs' own File Folder paintings. Taken over a 20 year period, between 1975 - 1995, Simon has amassed a critical body of work that is widely unseen and captures the many faces of one of the most important American writers of the twentieth century.

Visit us at 19 Motcomb Street from Friday 14 March from 11:00 to see this wonderful body of work.

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    Design Download: Giles - a new fashion film!

    Here at SHOWstudio we thrive on collaboration, and one of our favourite projects we love to see you get involved with is our Design Download series! In December 2012, Giles generously offered up an exclusive pattern from his A/W 07 collection and crafty individuals from accross the world got involved and interpreted the dress into their own colours, textures and styles! 

    Nick Knight and Giles himself picked their favourite creation. The winner was Leanne Broadway, a latex specialist who put a brilliant, futuristic and sleek twist on the pattern. In her own words, she wanted, 'to create a garment that translated the observers experience to the physicality of the wearer; it needs to feel as powerful to wear as the original looked.'

    As we continue to champion fashion film, we rewarded Broadway's creative flair with a fashion film, featuring her garment and shot by our very own head of fashion film Marie Schuller in a suitably futuristic setting!

    Watch the film now, and be sure to enter our most recent Design Download competition which is a covetable two piece look from the one and only J.W. Anderson! 

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    Get your hands on a signed Nick Knight poster

    In December 2013 Nick Knight got together with super stylists Katy England and Alister Mackie to capture the club kids spotted at East London's infamous 'Sink the Pink' night for AnOther Man's London issue, which is out today and available from our SHOWstudio Shop

    We will be releasing full editorial images from Sinking the Pink on site tomorrow! Be sure to visit our SHOWstudio Shop so you can get your hands on a copy of the mag to see beautiful boys, girls and drag queens in incredible fashions from Craig Green and archive Leigh Bowery pieces! In tandem with this very exciting shoot, we will be offering exclusive posters, some of which are signed by Knight himself!

    As if that wasn't enough, you can top it all off with un-cut on-demand footage from the live broadcast of the shoot - get sunk! 

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    Dressing the Screen: Russia - Panel Discussion

    Our own head of fashion film, Marie Schuller, chaired a panel discussion as part of the British Council's Dressing the Screen initiative. The discussion spanned everything from the creative scene  in Russia to the potential of fashion film as a platform for rising talents to promote their work with. Schuller was in good company with Russian photographer Vlasta Guryeva, writer for Russia Vogue Natalia Turovnikova, FF.Digest's Maria Pudan, journalist Jana Melkumova-Reynolds, The Calvert Journal's Anastasiia Fedorova and Interview Russia's Natela Potskhveriya, as well as British filmmaker and curator of Dressing the Screen Kathryn Ferguson, who also ran a workshop with Schuller in Moscow mentoring the creation of fourteen fashion films from individual Russian talents. 

    Watch the absorbing discussion and re-visit the project in full for a visual insight into the designer and directorial stars of Russia as well as essays for an academic viewpoint!

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    Watch Joe Lally's latest Soap Opera episode!

    Joe Lally continues to entice us into his dark portrayal of Hollywood with his latest film for his on-going Soap Opera series.

    Lally has been exploring, in a Warholian-esque ode, everything from transgender reality-stars to the downfall of aspiring actors. Homages to Kenneth Anger, depections of ex-convicts breaking down in the shower and violent LSD-inspired visions are all tied together by Lally's raw, sensual and somewhat unnerving filming. His latest episode, The Suicide Club, is (just like it says on the tin) a artistic suicide note starring Richard 'Dick' Stinger.

    Watch now!

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    Tune in for a quadruple bill of In Fashion interviews!

    It's almost time for our next batch of In Fashion interviews! Later this week, our editor Lou Stoppard will sit down with a grand total of six design talents and media moguls from the world of fashion. We'll get started on Thursday 13 March with the trio behind London label Sibling at 11:30 GMT, followed by Purple founder Olivier Zahm at 15:00 GMT. 

    Then the next day, Friday 14 March, Stoppard will talk publishing with two of the fashion world's print superstars - Esquire editor Alex Bilmes at 09.30 GMT and Dazed & Confused and AnOther Magazine founder Jefferson Hack at 15.30 GMT. 

    While you wait impatiently for the secrets of their success to be revealed, revisit more interviews in the series to hear from fashion insiders like Phillip Lim, J.W. Anderson, Amanda Harlech and Gareth Pugh. 

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    Dressing the Screen: Russia is here!

    SHOWstudio celebrates the unique creative talent emerging in Russia today with a dynamic film and essay series, launched to time with the UK-Russia Year of Culture 2014. All the featured films were produced as part of the British Council's Dressing the Screen initiative which was born as a rolling fashion film exhibition, curated by Kathryn Ferguson and brings together work by some of the world’s most famous and innovative fashion designers and filmmakers from the last 75 years and features over 100 British fashion films.

    Celebrate with us by immersing yourself in a fantastic selection of fourteen films created with the help of esteemed directors such as our own Marie Schuller and enjoy a number of essays by Russian fashion insiders that discuss the brightest new talent emerging from Russia.

    Check out Dressing the Screen: Russia now!


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    Review PFW through the stitches of Jenifer Corker
    See her take on Celine, Chalayan and Chanel!

    It is the final day of Paris Fashion Week! We are priveleged to have had multi-disciplined artist Jenifer Corker offering up an alternative take on the most important collections. Corker has created inky, stitched depicitions of memorable PFW moments, from the textures at Céline to the false nail details of Chalayan and the poignant prints at Givenchy. Together the works have been transforming our Tumblr and Collections pages into a hub of visual delight!

    Stay tuned for her interpretations of Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu. And also keep an eye out, as Corker's works will soon be available to snap up fom our SHOWstudio Shop!

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    Lou Stoppard interviews Tom Rich!

    As part of an upcoming project with Machine-A, Tom Rich, of Wild Style LA and Joyrich stopped by SHOWstudio to chat with our own Lou Stoppard. The conversation covered Rich's views on what gives a shop that unique edge, and will be available soon along with more from the project. Stay tuned!

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    Last few days of our Paris panels!

    We're nearing the end of Paris fashion week, with some brilliant panels already behind us from yesterday's giggly Celine discussion to the strong opinions invoked by Balenciaga. If you missed them you can catch up with the on demand footage. Stay with us for the next three days as our illustrious panelists review the final key shows of the season. 

    Tonight at 20:00 GMT, our editor Lou Stoppard will be dissecting the Saint Laurent show along with designer Carlo Brandelli, Selfridges' Jack Tobin, stylist Bay Garnett and iD's Dean Kissick. Tune in to watch the discussion, and clear your schedules for Iris van Herpen and our special Alexander McQueen student panel on 4 March 2014, as well as Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu on 5 March 2014. The last of our womenswear panels include the insights of such SHOWstudio favourites as Mimma ViglezioEmma Elwick-Bates and even our own Nick Knight!

    Don't miss out, stay glued to the Collections page for all the coverage!


    1. benetton
      04:09 13 Mar 2014
      sick about reading about lou stopard on showstudio, change the tune
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    Stephen Jones' new perfume is here!

    Stephen Jones launches his seductive new scent, Wisteria Hysteria, with a striking film directed by Henry Pincus and edited by Jamie Harley. The work is set is a world that is both rococo and futuristic, and depicts a woman discovering  a new side of herself,  all while clad in L'Wren Scott and Stephen Jones, of course. The deliberate contradictions of the scent - clean but sensual, familiar yet strange - are reflected in the protagonists complex new side, which is both light and dark, and positive and negative. The work is accompanied by music by Haxan Cloak.

    Watch the work now or snap up a bottle...Hysterical!


    1. Agoprime
      10:51 4 Mar 2014
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