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    SHOWstudio's Fashion Film Award!

    Tonight, Wednesday 3 February, SHOWstudio will be announcing the winner of the first ever Fashion Film award. Nick Knight established the award in partnership with QIC Global Real Estate, in celebration of the developing medium of Fashion Film. SHOWstudio aim to find the world's most innovative and creative fashion filmmaker and celebrate their achievements with this award. 

    After an overwhelming response from hundreds of talented filmmakers, the panel, which included Nick Knight, Daphne Guinness, designers Gareth Pugh, Nicola Formichetti and filmmaker Ruth Hogben, chose a winner who will be announced at the ceremony. 

    The winner will receive £10,000 to create a film for SHOWstudio with mentoring from Nick Knight, as well as a RED RAVEN camera and Sigma Imaging Lens and a trip to Australia for an exclusive screening of their film. 

    After the announcement, an interview with the winner will be streamed live on Periscope and we're giving you the chance to ask them questions! 

    While you wait for the winner to be announced, take a look at the entries to the Fashion Film Award!  

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    Nick Knight is contributing editor of CNN Style this week!

    For the first week of February, Nick Knight will be the contributing editor of CNN Style. 

    Knight's first piece for CNN explores and explains the concept of photographic scultpture. A medium Knight plays with often and encourages others to use. Photographic sculpture is an innovative and interactive art form in which 3D printing plays a large role.

    Later this week, CNN Style will release an article focusing around SHOWstudio's Fashion Film Award to coincide with our award ceremony and event.

    Friday sees the release of an article of by our Shop Director, Carrie Scott!

    Stay tuned for more! While you wait, why not check out Nick Knight's latest venture, #beatsxee25


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    'Seven Deadly Sins of Edward Enninful' Premiere

    The wait is over! The 'Seven Deadly Sins of Edward Enninful' celebrating the stylist's 25 years in fashion was released on the Beats billboard at Times Square in New York 29 January 2016 at 21:00 EST. 

    To create a vision of fashion spanning Enninful's illustrous career, Beats by Dre collaborated with Enninful and Nick Knight to create seven short films based on the seven deadly sins. Seven colours and seven sounds selected by Beats to represent the future of music accompany eight muses (fittingly, gluttony required two): Maria Carla Boscono (sloth), Naomi Campbell (pride), Jourdan Dunn (envy), Karen Elson (wrath), Karlie Kloss (greed), Kate Moss (lust), Anna Ewers and Lara Stone (glutony).

    Enninful says: 'To mark my 25th year in fashion with Beats by Dre, I wanted to celebrate the past and look forward to the future by marrying the worlds of fashion and sound. In an age of technology, with the world at our fingertips in so many good ways, we have developed an affinity to over-stimulation greed, lust, etc. I wanted to challenge each of my eight muses to interpret the deadly sins in a modern way.'

    Knight adds: 'When Beats by Dre and Edward spoke to me about illustrating the 'Seven Deadly Sins', it was an exciting prospect – to marry my visual perspective with sound seemed so appropriate at a time when people are looking to believe in a totally new and modern sense; a belief free of dogma and the weight of the past but rather a belief in a future, where everyone is treated as equals, where there is no discrimination against anyone whatever their age, gender, ethnicity, class or faith.' 

    If you missed the billboard release, don't miss the worldwide premiere of the films! The films will be released on SHOWstudio February 2016, make sure to follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to stay in the loop! 

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    Julia Männistö available now!

    Julia Männistö’s Boys Don’t Cry collection is now available to shop on SHOWstudio/Machine A. Männistö is a Finnish designer who finished her MA at Central Saint Martins in 2014. 

    Inspired by Ice Hockey and the Elizabethan era, the collection consists of puffa jackets, dresses and trousers made from different materials in a range of prints. 

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    'Merry's Christmas' is back with a new item!

    As part of our Christmas charity initiative to protect the Icelandic Central Highlands in association with Landvernd, Iceland Nature Conservation Association and Protect the Park, Kate Moss donated a beautiful Bella Freud jumper.

    Currently being customised by master embroiderer James Merry, this jumper will be available to buy via silent auction on 5 February 2016. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram for further announcements!  

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    SHOWstudio are moving offices!

    SHOWstudio are moving offices! SHOWstudio has been based in 19 Motcomb street, Belgravia for the past three years and we are now relocating to Bedford Square, Tottenham Court Road.

    As we now make the move from our Belgravia studios to Tottenham Court Road, stay tuned for future projects and announcements by following us on Twitter, Instagram and Periscope (@SHOWstudio). 

    While you wait, revisit 'Milking Mayfair' - the last project SHOWstudio launched before moving to the Belgravia studios. Daphne Guinness pours milk over herself in the studio!


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    Watch Our A/W 16 Menswear 'Head to Head' On Demand

    Our last 'Head to Head' of the A/W 16 menswear is now available to watch on-demand.

    Creative consultant Mimma Viglezio and esteemed fashion journalist Colin McDowell discuss the Prada menswear A/W 16 show as the main topic of conversation while touching on many other menswear highlights and topics including Craig Green, political fashion and wearability. 

    Both McDowell and Viglezio don't hold back when it comes to revealing their true opinion, making for a truly entertaining discussion.  

    Watch the lively chat here. Make sure you catch up with the rest of our Head to Head's from London, Milan and New York and check out the rest of our menswear collections coverage

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    Watch our Gosha Rubchinskiy A/W 16 Panel Now On-Demand

    On Saturday 22nd January we hosted an A/W 16 menswear panel discussion on Gosha Rubchinskiy

    Chairing the panel was fashion writer and academic Daryoush Haj-Najafi. Joining him in the discussion were fashion writers Anastasiia Federova, Gregk Foley, Owen Myers, menswear design student Rei Delos Reyes, and Dover Street Market Shop Associate Dominic Wallace. 

    They discussed topics as diverse as memory, youth, Russian culture, and the Gosha R forum.

    Watch the on-demand footage here.

    Be sure to check out or 'Collections' page to see all the catwalk looks from the show and backstage action. 

    Special thanks to Fritz Hansen and Skandium for the chairs and Ottolenghi for the catering.  

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    Connie Lim is our Haute Couture S/S 16 illustrator

    As Marco Rea sees in the end of Menswear A/W 16, we now look towards Haute Couture S/S 16. We commissioned illustrator Connie Lim to depict the key looks from the couture collections in her fittingly glamorous style. 

    Lim specialises in fashion illustration and uses traditional illustration techniques to create visually striking images that are influenced by dark, beautiful subjects. 

    Have a look at Lim's interpretations of the Haute Couture shows on our Tumblr page and follow her progress on Instagram. You can buy your favourites shortly after from our SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A store.

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    Carlo Brandelli's 'Left Glass' exhibition

    The designer and artist Carlo Brandelli is hosting an exclusive exhibition of his new works entitled 'Left Glass.'

    Corresponding with the Paris Autumn/Winter 2016 menswear collections, Brandelli's series of eight glass sculptures will be on show from 25 January to 6 February 2016 at 32 Rue de Lille, Paris. 

    Can't wait? Revisit our 'In Fashion' interview with the designer.

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    Shop 'Isolated Heroes' by Raf Simons and David Sims

    An exclusive capsule collection by Raf Simons has just landed in our SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A online store. 

    Featuring photographs by David Sims, captured on street cast models dressed in Raf Simons' S/S 2000 collection, their collaboration has now been brought to life on a parka, a hooded vest and a t-shirt. Taken in the summer of 1999, Sims portrayed the boys in his signature style of fixed gaze and intense realism against a plain backdrop, letting the clothing take centre stage. The photographic series has been published as a limited edition book, but you can now own a piece of it too.

    Head over to SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A to shop 'Isolated Heroes' and wear a piece of art. 


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    Our 'A Beautiful Darkness Exhibition' closes on Friday

    The last day of our 'A Beautiful Darkness' exhibition is on Friday, 22 January 2016.

    Come visit the gallery for your last chance to see twenty-two exclusive illustrations of the S/S 16 collections by the likes of Fiona Gourlay, Unskilled Worker and Velwyn Yossy, unique garments created especially by Gareth Pugh, a perfume by Michael Boadi inspired by Nick Knight's 'Black Rose' photograph, also on show, as well as a selection of paintings by Marvin Gaye Chetwynd.

    Our Motcomb Street Gallery is open from 11:00 to 18:00 GMT. Can't make it in? Check out our SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A store to shop your favourite illustrations. 

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    Our Marcelo Burlon and Gucci panel's are now on-demand!

    Our Milan menswear panel discussions are now available to watch on-demand.

    It was Gucci's turn to be put under scrutiny as Daryoush Haj-Najafi was joined by a designer collective including; Samuel RossPatrick CoxSebastiaan Pieter,  Anna Gloria Flores and Matthew Miller to discuss the Gucci A/W 16 menswear collection and to pose the question 'How do you design luxury?'  Watch the full panel here.

    Also available to watch on-demand is the Marcelo Burlon A/W 16 panel. Daryoush Haj-Najafi was joined by a PR collective including; Andrew HarperMadeleine Davenport and Stephen Monaghan to discuss the Marcelo Burlon A/W 16 menswear collection and to discuss the great PR strengths of 2015Watch the Marcelo Burlon panel here.

    Stay tuned for more live panels, visit our 'Collections' page while you wait.

    Special thanks to Ottolenghi for providing the catering and thanks to Fritz-Hansen and Skandium for providing the chairs. 

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    Marco Rea illustrates Paris menswear

    As the menswear Autumn/Winter 2016 shows move to Paris, we have commmissioned the Italian illustrator Marco Rea to capture the key looks from the collections in his expressive style of Lowbrow and Street Art.

    In Rea's artwork, created by spraying paint on existing advertising posters, the faces become blurred, losing their shape of reality and aiming to catch your attention while transmitting a vague sense of anxiety.

    See how Rea interprets the Parisian catwalk shows on our Tumblr page and buy your favourites shortly after from our SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A store

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    Our Paris A/W 16 Menswear panel schedule is announced

    The menswear A/W 16 collections have moved to Paris, but we still have extensive coverage on SHOWstudio. Our live panel discussions chaired by Daryoush Haj Najafi also continue with all you need to know from the shows and expert opinion on the happenings. 

    Take note of the schedule and don't miss a thing. 

    Raf SimonsWednesday, 20 January 2016 at 20:00 GMT

    Panelists include:

    Daryoush Haj Najafi, writer. 

    Dr Carolyn Mair, academic. 

    Lucy Norris, writer.

    Tom Adams, academic.

    Topics: Where does Raf fit in fashion history?


    Undercover: Saturday, 23 January 2016 at 11:30 GMT

    Panelists include: 

    Daryoush Haj Najafi, writer.

    Gregk Foley, writer

    Topic: Why does the media love Jun Takahashi?


    Special thanks to Fritz-Hansen and Skandium for providing the chairs.

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    Our Milan menswear panel schedule is here!

    Following on from London Collections: Men, as usual during Milan menswear we will be hosting live panels where experts from the industry will be discussing the collections. Writer Daryoush Haj Najafi  will be chairing the talks.

    Mark your diaries and make sure you don't miss a thing. 

    Gucci: Monday 18 January 2016 at 13:30 GMT

    Panelists include:

    Daryoush Haj Najafi, writer.

    Samuel Ross, creative director

    Patrick Cox, designer

    Sebastiaan Pieter, creative dfirector

    Anna Gloria Hydra, creative director

    Topic: How do you design luxury?


    Marcel Burlon: Monday 18 January at 19:00 GMT

    Panelists include:

    Daryoush Haj Najafi, wtiter.

    Andrew Harper, PR coordinator, 

    Victoria Meekings, marketing manager,

    Stephen Monaghan, director 

    Topic: Great PR game in 2015.


    Special thanks to Fritz-Hansen and Skandium for providing the chairs.

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