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    See Marie Cunliffe's illustrations of Bottega Veneta and Prada!

    We’ve got a great new set of illustrations by our resident Milan S/S 15 menswear collections artist, Marie Cunliffe! Head over to our Tumblr page to see her newest interpretations, and view them in context within our Collections coverage.

    Of yesterday's shows, Cunliffe has chosen to illustrate Bottega Venetta and Prada. Using her trademark washes of colour layered with intricate pen drawings and scanned in photographs and textures, the images cause the viewer to look twice at the deceptively simple works.

    Tune in now to watch Cunliffe as she creates her last set of drawings on a live stream!

  2. by SHOWstudio .

    Dolce e Gabbana, Calvin Klein, and Prada panels now available on demand!

    Missed this weekend’s set of live panels? Not to worry, because the Dolce e Gabbana, Calvin Klein, and Prada panels are now all available on demand.

    Our Dolce and Gabbana panel included writer Natalie Theo, musician Tafari Hinds, journalist Katie Baron, and milliner Stephen Jones discussing the duality of the two designers; ‘you get that yin and yang- Domenico is the tailoring and history, and Stefano is the party side’, said Baron. For a twist, own Nick Knight posed an interesting question to the panel: ‘Could there be a Dolce without a Gabbana? Could there be a Gabbana without a Dolce?’

    The Calvin Klein panel featured creative consultant Gary Aspden, designer Liam Hodges, and editor Dal Chodha, noting ‘Calvin Klein and Marky Mark changed the way every man wore his trousers for the next fifteen years’, but ultimately conceding that ‘you can’t rely purely on nostalgia’.

    Finally, the Prada panel saw fashion designer Maarten van der Horst, editorial director Harriet Quick, creative director Mimma Viglezio, and fashion designer Martine Rose discussing the subversive qualities of Prada, along with Miuccia Prada’s famed obsession with ‘ugly’. ‘I think that’s the most appealing thing about Prada, it’s slightly gross’, said Rose. All three panels available now were chaired by resident host Daryoush Haj-Najafi.

    Stay glued to our Collections page for more live coverage!

  3. by SHOWstudio .

    Catch up on MFW S/S 15 with Lou Stoppard's reports!

    The reports are in! Our own editor Lou Stoppard has been attending and reporting on the menswear shows from the Milan Spring/Summer 2015 collections. So far our own editor has delivered her verdict on Bottega Veneta, Dolce e Gabbana, Calvin Klein, Versace and more!

    Of Prada, Stoppard writes: ‘This was all about fitting in and pleasing. But there’s the twist- the pioneer of beautiful bad-taste showing us good-taste. The queen of embellishment, print, and fun fur telling us to dress to conform and defer to accepted standards… She’s also the master of ugly, awkward fashion - the stuff you don’t know you want until she shows it to you.’

    Read the rest of her Prada critique and the rest of the reports, located on the Collections page, along with our specially curated social media content and catwalk photos. Stay tuned for the rest of Stoppard’s reviews, coming soon! 

  4. by SHOWstudio .

    Marie Cunliffe illustrates Versace, Calvin Klein and Dolce e Gabbana
    Up on our Tumblr now

    The first set of illustrations of the Milan Spring/Summer 2015 menswear collections from our new artist, designer Marie Cunliffe, are now available to view on Tumblr! Take a look at her colourful and floral interpretations of Versace, Calvin Klein, and Dolce e Gabbana. And soon, you’ll be able to purchase these exquisite renderings of the collections, right here at the SHOWstudio shop

    Tune in now to see Cunliffe create more beautiful images, on a live stream! And keep checking our Collections page to see Cunliffe's works in context. 

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    1. tor.hopkins
      12:18 23 Jun 2014
      Gorgeous!!
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  5. by SHOWstudio .

    Watch Marie Cunliffe illustrating Milan S/S 15!

    Designer Marie Cunliffe is in the studio today creating illustrations from the Milan menswear Spring/Summer 2015 collections shown today. At the moment she's working on Calvin Klein, Versace, and Dolce & Gabbana! Tune in to our studio webcam now to watch her recreate the catwalk for a unique perspective. 

    We will be posting her illustrations on our Tumblr as well as on our Collections page, and soon you will be able to take them home from the SHOWstudio shop!

     

  6. by SHOWstudio .

    Calvin Klein Collection and Prada live panels tomorrow!

    The Milan Spring/Summer 2015 menswear collections are well into their first day, and we’ve got some exciting new panels to celebrate!

    Tune in tomorrow at 12:30 BST for a live stream review of the Calvin Klein Collection show, chaired by Daryoush Haj-Najafi, and featuring creative consultant Gary Aspden, designer Liam Hodges, model and designer David Lindwall and editor Dal Chodha

    Then, be sure to return for our Prada live panel review at 17:30 BST, chaired by Daryoush Haj-Najafi, with fashion designer Maarten van den Horst, creative director Mimma Viglezio, and fashion designer Martine Rose

    Stay glued to our Collections pages for more live coverage of the shows and behind the scenes action!

  7. by SHOWstudio .

    Dolce & Gabbana live panel tomorrow!

    We're covering Milan’s Spring/Summer 2015 menswear collections with some great live panels this weekend! 

    Tune in tomorrow at 13:00 BST to see our Dolce & Gabbana live panel! We have writer Natalie Theo, musician Tafari Hinds, journalist Katie Baron, milliner Stephen Jones, and Daryoush Haj-Najafi in the studio to discuss their thoughts on the Dolce & Gabbana show as it happens live.

    Don’t forget, keep checking back on our Collections page for more live coverage and behind the scenes action!

  8. by SHOWstudio .

    Exclusive Marni S/S 15 GIF and Q&A!

    We're excited to present an exclusive Q&A with designer Consuelo Castiglioni, along with a sneak preview GIF ahead of the Marni S/S 15 menswear presentation!

    Our own Lou Stoppard interviewed Castaglioni on what we can expect from this season's collection, the designer's reasearch and inspirations 'Mid-century designed space; interiors and architecture,' and what gives Marni its special 'twist'. 

    What's more, Marni have sent us a sneak preview of the upcoming collection in the form of an animated GIF! Check out the GIF and interview now in our Collections feed, and stay tuned for more coverage of the show on Sunday 22 June!

  9. by SHOWstudio .

    Marie Cunliffe illustrates Milan menswear S/S 15

    Each season, we invite an artist to illustrate the looks seen on the runway for a new and unique perspective on the collections. This week, we’re excited to announce that for the Milan menswear Spring/Summer 2015 collections, we will have London based womenswear designer Marie Cunliffe illustrating the shows live from the studio!

    We will be posting her illustrations as they arrive, located in our Collections page as well as on our Tumblr- and soon, available for purchase in the SHOWstudio shop

    As always, keep checking our Collections page for live coverage of all the shows. 

  10. by SHOWstudio .

    The Deep Web - Part Two

    Today we are shooting part two of The Deep Web in the studio! Tune in for a live stream of the shoot. 

    The Deep Web is a collaboration with #BEENTRILL#, the KTZ team and Nick Knight, exploring the links between the limitless possibilities of the unconscious mind and the limitless possibilities of the deep web. Today's shoot stars beautiful model Betty Adewole, with make-up by Lucy Bridge, hair by Roxanne Attard and nails by Kim Treacy. Expect plenty of innovative green screen action!

    Get all the behind-the-scenes happenings from our stream of the shoot, live now!

  11. by SHOWstudio .

    Watch the Cottweiler panel now on demand!

    In case you missed it- the Cottweiler panel is now available to watch on demand! 

    The panel featured Daryoush Haj-Najafi, Dan Thawley, Andrew Grüne, Matt Williams, and Finn Diesel discussing sportswear in fashion, ultimately deciding that ‘sportswear is always going to be relevant’, with Williams adding, ‘Cottweiler represents a brilliant moment in youth culture’. 

    Catch up on this panel and the rest of our live streamed discussions from the London Spring/Summer 2015 menswear collections, all available on demand!

  12. by SHOWstudio .

    Dolce & Gabbana, Calvin Klein and Prada panels this weekend!

    This weekend, to kick off Milan’s Spring/Summer 2015 menswear collections, we’ve got three fantastic live panels: Dolce & Gabbana, Calvin Klein Collection and Prada!

    Tune in Saturday 21 June at 13:00 BST for a live stream review of the Dolce & Gabbana show, with our special guests: writer Natalie Theo, musician Tafari Hinds, journalist Katie Baron, and milliner Stephen Jones

    Then, Sunday 22 June sees two panels. First up is a live stream review of Calvin Klein at 12:30 BST, with creative consultant Gary Aspden, designer Liam Hodges, and editor Dal Chodha. Next is Prada’s live stream review at 17:30 BST, with fashion designer Maarten van den Horst, editorial director Harriet Quick, creative director Mimma Viglezio and fashion designer Martine Rose. All three panels will be hosted by our resident chair, writer Daryoush Haj-Najafi

    Stay glued to our Collections pages for more live coverage of the shows and behind the scenes action!

  13. by SHOWstudio .

    Sibling S/S 15 illustrated by Eduardo Mata Icaza!
    Live on Tumblr now!

    More S/S 15 illustrations by our resident LC:M artist Eduardo Mata Icaza just went live on our Tumblr! The Costa-Rican born artist has chosen to illustrate the dynamic Sibling show, depicting three looks using an expressive style that is simulaneously abstract and refined. Visit Tumblr now to see the newest paintings and review Mata Icaza's work from the rest of the London menswear collections!

  14. by SHOWstudio .

    Eduardo Mata Icaza illustrates KTZ!

    For our latest collection of London menswear Spring/Summer 2015 illustrations, check out Eduardo Mata Icaza’s last offerings, this time from the KTZ show. Icaza illustrates three of KTZ’s geometric designs using only black, white, and shades of grey atop the orange canvas, a perfect reflection of the mostly monochrome collection presented on the steel grey catwalk. 

    View the images now on our Tumblr and Collections pages. And don’t forget- all of these fantastic illustrations are arriving shortly in the SHOWstudio shop for you to purchase!

  15. by SHOWstudio .

    Kristen McMenamy talks Juergen Teller in the next segment of Subjective

    Subjective is the series instigated by Nick Knight to explore the history of contemporary fashion photography through the eyes of those who are at the centre of the image, but often left voiceless - the models. So far, Knight has sat down with icons including Kate Moss, who opened up about working with Corrine Day, and Lily Cole, who spoke about learning to model and being shot by Steven Meisel.

    This week’s interviewee, Kristen McMenamy, shares her experiences working with Jeurgen Teller. McMenamy sat down with Knight to recount the story of how she began her modelling career. It was after being canceled from a Versace shoot, ‘Versace, at that point, that was it… you get cancelled, you’re a loser,’ that the devastated American model returned to London to do an i-D cover with Juergen Teller, who similarly had just been cancelled from another Versace shoot. ‘Who needs them?’ they decided, with McMenamy scrawling “Versace” across her chest, leading to the famously controversial photograph at the centre of this Subjective.

    Watch this candid interview now and stay tuned for more, rare Subjective perspectives. 

  16. by SHOWstudio .

    Craig Green and Xander Zhou panels now available on demand!

    The London Men's Collections ended yesterday! Before the madness of Milan begins, be sure to catch up on our previous discussions - the Craig Green and Xander Zhou panels are now available to watch on demand! 

    The Craig Green panel featured Matt Williams, Rob Meyers, and Dan Thawley, chaired by Daryoush Haj-Najafi. The panel spoke to the highly emotional nature of the show, with Thawley reporting that our own Lou Stoppard was in tears at the end. ‘When I first saw these first looks, that was what I got - purity’, said Williams. 

    The Xander Zhou panel consisted of Daryoush Haj-Najafi, Tianwei Zhang, Sohrab Golsorkhi, and Shaun Cole exploring the Chinese context of the show. ‘People in Asia dress in a more radical way because we feel disconnected from our pasts,’ Zhang said. 

    Catch up on the in depth discussions now!

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