1. by SHOWstudio .

    Our Paris Fashion Week panels are nearly here!

    Don’t miss the first of our Paris Fashion Week panels! We'll be kicking off this Wednesday, 24 September with a live discussion on the subject of Dries Van Noten’s S/S 2015 show. Tune into our live stream at 15:00 BST, where we will be joined by creative consultant Mimma Viglezio, PRISM's creative director Anna Laub, and Bon magazine editor Madelaine Levy!

    Join us again on Thursday, 25 September for our live Balmain chat, beginning at 14:00 BST! This panel will see Ponystep’s Richard Mortimer, TV presenter and trend forecaster Angela Scanlon, commentator and TV personality Grace Woodward, and DJ and club brand creator Jodie Harsh in conversation with SHOWstudio’s own Lou Stoppard.

    Be sure to watch these two exciting panels, featuring hand-picked fashion experts guaranteed to spark engaging discussions! 

  2. by Nick Knight .

    Be@rbrick in Shanghai!

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    If you happened to be in Shanghai this weekend, you might have caught YOHOOD2014 - the exhibition dedicated to the cult Be@rbrick toy, curated by my friend the actor, producer and entrepreneur Edison Chen

    He asked me to customise the Be@rbrick, so inspired by Edison's Instagram where he posts pictures of clouds from his long and very frequent airplane journeys I decided to make my Be@rbrick out of the time-lapse clouds I photographed this summer, suggesting a world free of national boundaries, one people, no divisions.


  3. by SHOWstudio .

    Review Frida Wannerberger's MFW artworks

    Review Frida Wannerberger’s wonderful artwork, which has been inspired by the luxurious runways of Milan Fashion Week. Head to our Tumblr to check out her mixed media illustrations, which are inspired by looks from shows such as Dolce e Gabbana, Versace, and Prada and more. The Swedish Central Saint Martins graduate illustrates her favourite collections with her uniquely delicate yet playful approach. Her GIFS are a particular highlight; accentuating her fun, quirky signature style. Enjoy them all on our Tumblr now!

  4. by SHOWstudio Shop .

    New A/W 14 Cav Empt collection now in stock!

    The second drop of Cav Empt's A/W 14 collection is now available to buy from SHOWstudio Shop!
    Cav Empt is a brand founded by Sk8thing and Toby Feltwell in 2012. Sk8thing is the graphics artist behind BAPE®, Billionaire Boys Club, Ice Cream and a host of other legendary Japanese brands. The duo previously worked with OPN to create limited edition t-shirts and sweatshirts exclusively for SHOWstudio Shop. Browse the Shop now for their Autumn/Winter 2014 range of products, which include t-shirts, a hoody and cap!
  5. by SHOWstudio .

    Sans Couture images out today!

    You may have caught the live stream of Nick Knight, Amanda Harlech and Alexander Fury's Sans Couture shoot for The Independent, earlier this year. Playing with the literal idea of 'sans couture' - 'without sewing', the editorial focused on veiling, wrapping and unwrapping the body, using garments drawn from the latest couture collections worn by model Elena Sudakova - a Russian famed for her flexibility and contortion abilities - and dancer Olivia Cowley.

    Get your copy of The Independent today to see the printed editorial, or view the images now on SHOWstudio, along with footage from the shoot!

  6. by SHOWstudio .

    Watch our final MFW panels live!

    Be sure to watch our final Milan Fashion Week S/S 15 panels!

    Lou Stoppard will be chairing a discussion on the Versace collection today, 19 September at 19:00 BST with photographer Amarpaul Kalirai, editor and writer Dal Chodha, Matthew Williamson's Rosanna Falconer and journalist Katie Baron.

    Then, tomorrow 20 Spetember, tune in at 14:00 BST to watch PR Mandi Lennard, creative consultant Gianluca Longo, Centre for Sustainable Fashion director Dilys Williams and milliner Stephen Jones unpick the Jil Sander collection.

  7. by SHOWstudio .

    Catch up on our expert MFW discussions!

    Milan Fashion Week is in full swing, and we've been covering the action in signature SHOWstudio style, with live in-depth discussions on key shows as they happen. If you missed the live broadcasts, you can catch up on the industry insiders' opinions with on-demand footage available now!

    We kicked off with a look at the Gucci show. Mushpit founder Bertie Brandes, creative consultant Gianluca Longo and presenter Grace Woodward joined Lou Stoppard to discuss the defining aesthetic codes of creative director Frida Giannini compared to those of her predecessor Tom Ford, as well as the different portrayal of 'sexiness' seen on the runways recently. 

    Our Prada chat featured special guests including Brandes, designer Bella Freud, stylist Verity Parker and writer Dean Kissick, whose conversation centred around the problems caused by advertising in fashion and the melancholy mood of the S/S 15 collection.

    We unpicked Jeremy Scott's Moschino collection with the help of a panel of students from LCF, CSM and UEL. Students Alexander Kessler, Maria Piankov, Clara Damaschke, Fani Mari and Chloe Curry talked to Stoppard about financing, interning and their own mixed feelings on the current incarnation of the Moschino bran. 'It was fun the first time but now I hope he gets more into the Moschino heritage,' commented Clara Damaschke.

    Catch up on the Milan panels now, and stay tuned for more! 

  8. by SHOWstudio .

    Review Velwyn Yossy's LFW illustrations!

    Review our talented LFW illustrator's paintings on our Tumblr! London and LA based creative Velwyn Yossy took up residence in our studio during the London collections, creating her bold, colourful and playful depictions of her favourite shows, including J.W. Anderson, Vivienne WestwoodBurberry, Simone Rocha and Meadham Kirchhoff.

    Admire Yossy's completed works now, and keep following our Tumblr page as we post witty illustrations and enchanting GIFS by Milan Fashion Week artist Frida Wannerberger

  9. by SHOWstudio .

    Girly: An interview with Ryan Lo

    Our Girly series keeps on growing! We're exploring the many facets of the ultra-feminine aesthetic by interviewing the individuals within the fashion industry who propagate it, from stylists and bloggers to designers.  First up, editor Lou Stoppard talks to Ryan Lo, the London-based designer whose kitsch creations are described on his twitter page as 'a hyper-romantic clothing line in a super-real world.'

    The interview sheds light on the reasons why girlishness is currently having such a moment - Lo attributes the trend to the cultural references of his generation, films such as Mean Girls and Clueless and celebrities like Paris Hilton. The designer also shrugs off suggestions of a subversive or political aspect to his work, 'For me, what I do - girlishness - it's a no brainer,' he explains, 'It's not try hard, it's not pushing boundaries. It's just making girls pretty, cute, gorgeous and sexy.'

    Read the full interview now, and stay tuned for more essays and interviews, as well as the fashion film by Nick Knight and Rei Nadal, coming soon to our Girly project.

  10. by Iain R. Webb .

    Urban Angel

    Halfway through the Spring/Summer 2015 season and there's a new style heroine in the air...

  11. by Lou Stoppard .

    The Miss Hoi Polloi Pageant

    On Tuesday night, I headed down to the Ace Hotel in Shoreditch to celebrate the close of London Fashion Week at The Miss Hoi Polloi Pageant! The whole affair was a re-enactment of scenes from the 1968 documentary The Queen, a film that put a spotlight on the drag scene long before Paris is Burning. The likes of Christopher Kane, Roksanda Ilincic, Ed Marler, Erdem, Stephen Jones, Henry Holland and Jonathan Saunders - all fresh from showing at London Fashion Week - had been recruited to judge. They crowned Miss Philadelphia aka James Davison the winner - what a beauty. The brilliant Jonny Woo was our host for the evening, dressed in head-to-toe Giles. What a glamourous evening! Review our Collections page for our coverage of London Fashion Week for more beautiful looks and catwalk turns...

  12. by SHOWstudio .

    Meet our new illustrator: Frida Wannerberger

    We are very excited to welcome our new illustrator, Frida Wannerberger into the studio! Wannerberger will take up residence at SHOWstudio for the duration of Milan Fashion Week. She will be picking her favourite designers and interpreting the Spring/Summer 2015 runway looks in paint. If we're lucky she'll even be making some of her works into animated GIFS! Go to our Tumblr for a sneak peek of what’s in store - her first drawing, inspired by the Gucci show, along with a wonderful mixed media self portrait display her delicate yet playful style. 

  13. by SHOWstudio .

    Nick Knight creates a green screen BE@RBRICK

    SHOWstudio founder and photographer Nick Knight has been invited by his friend Edison Chen to customise the cult BE@RBRICK toy as part of an exhibition in Shanghai curated by the actor, musician and producer. 

    Approaching the brief, Knight was inspired by images of clouds on Chen's Instagram, as well as the skyscapes he just spent the summer photographing. Of this current aesthetic preoccupation, he explained he likes the way the clouds represent, 'an optimistic global vision, not to do with national boundaries.' The resulting finished piece, nodding to the work of Korean video-artist Nam June Paik, sees the bear painted with greenscreen paint and revolving under projections of Knight's cloud films.


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