1. by Calum Knight .

    DOG FOOD MUSIC GROUP - 05//11//2016 - Paris

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    Went to see Mykki Blanco and some of the other acts on his label DOGFOOD on Thursday.

    It was one of the most incredible things I have ever seen.

    Luckily RRCN filmed and editied some footage of the night. 

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    Yves Tumor


  2. by SHOWstudio .

    Zoe Bleu's tumblr take-over has finished!

    Zoe Bleu's tumblr take-over has now ended.

    The American artist has invited us into her world of influences, inspirations and visions through an all-encompassing curation. The imagery, videos, soundbites and pieces of writing by artists such as Darius Khonsary, Olivia Bates and Walker Bunting, as well as Bleu herself, have made for a full sensory experience, giving us a little peek into the mind of the eccentricity-loving Bleu. 

    Head over to our tumblr page to look back at her week of art and revisit the tumblr take-overs by  Matthew Williams, Lucy Norris or Liberty McAnena.  

  3. by SHOWstudio .

    We're halfway through Zoe Bleu's tumblr take-over

    As a part of our traditional monthly tumblr curations, Zoe Bleu, the American artist based between Los Angeles and New York, has taken over the reigns for the first week of November.

    Known for her eccentric fashion sense, Bleu's curation is a sensory feast. Alongside stunning visuals, the artist presents sound clips, videos and her own pieces of writing.

    With only a few days left, make sure you head over to tumblr to take a peek into Bleu's world.

  4. by SHOWstudio .

    Our new 'North' project has launched

    SHOWstudio is launching a new project which explores the idea that the place you were born and grew up in influences your aesthetic and outlook. 

    Entitled 'North,' the project focuses on taste makers and fashion designers born in the North of England. In a series of discussions, the personalities open up about their youth accompanied by images of the places most significant to them, the street they grew up on, their fondest memories of their hometowns and how these affected their works today. 

    Our first instalment sees the stylist Simon Foxton comment 'the most northern part of me is my humour,' as he talks about growing up in a hotel, the importance of the sea and his ideas of masculinity, as well as the significance of a certain Miss Dickinson. 

    Watch it here and peruse Foxton's SHOWstudio archive

  5. by SHOWstudio .

    Shop Joyrich's branded collection now!

    New items from Los Angeles label Joyrich have just landed in our SHOWstudio / MACHINE-A online store!

    Mixing a streetwear aesthetic with an inventive take on consumer culture, Joyrich’s Coke logo garments are perfect for the new season.

    Varsity jackets and crewneck sweatshirts have been given the red-and-white Coke treatment and updated in new faux fur styles while easy-to-wear t-shirts have stuck to the brand’s athletic roots. 

    Check out the entire collection and take a look at the rest of our store for more fashion and artwork. 

  6. by SHOWstudio .

    Own one of our exclusive 'A Beautiful Darkness' illustrations

    For SHOWstudio and Veuve Clicquot’s Halloween event, A Beautiful Darkness, Nick Knight commissioned twenty-two illustrators to interpret key looks from the recent S/S 16 womenswear collections.

    Each artist was allocated a designer and look by AnOther Man’s fashion director, Ellie Grace Cumming, and was told to centre their work around the twisted theme of A Beautiful Darkness.

    All the illustrations are now available to buy in our online store. 

    Peruse your way through the likes of Unskilled Worker’s masked Givenchy girl, Charles Jeffrey’s denim Maison Margiela piece and Laura Laine’s intense Rodarte artwork. 

    Don’t forget to revisit the entire experience and check out the rest of our art offerings

  7. by SHOWstudio .

    Revisit our 'A Beautiful Darkness' Halloween experience

    For Halloween 2015, Veuve Clicquot partnered with Nick Knight and SHOWstudio on the first installment of The Widow Series

    Knight commissioned designers, illustrators and performance artists to create bespoke work revolving around the theme, A Beautiful Darkness. The event, held on 28 October 2015 in the former Central Saint Martins building, came alive with creative energy from the many guests and contributors including Gareth Pugh, Scott Campbell and Lady Amanda Harlech

    In keeping with SHOWstudio’s inclusive nature, Knight asked fellow fashion filmmakers - both established and upcoming - to create a series of horror fashion films. The five works are now available to view. Jeff Vash traced the search for sin and pleasure in a film inspired by Dutch artist, Hieronymus Bosch, while Rei Nadal and Ellie Grace Cumming reflected our childhood fears in a classic horror short. Long-time SHOWstudio collaborator, Ruth Hogben, worked with designer Gareth Pugh to create a film exploring the internal conflict that is chaos versus control. Knight also responded to his own brief with the help of stylist Charlotte Stockdale, referencing cult horrors and snippets of folklore on the bodies of Ruth Bell, Binx Walton and more. 

    Knight also continued his commitment to fashion illustration by asking 22 artists to depict key S/S 16 looks as chosen by Ellie Grace Cumming. View the exclusive macabre artworks from the likes of Unskilled Worker, Ozabu and Laura Laine in our illustration gallery. Each illustration is available to purchase in our online shop.   

    The entire list of creatives and their corresponding work can also be viewed. See how guests were greeted by Thom Browne-clad mourners and take a look at Gareth Pugh’s clown-like creations. Get an inside look at the Cinema Room and Veuve Clicquot Tasting Room as well as spaces designed by the likes of Amanda Harlech, Claire Barrow and taxidermist Rose Robson.

    Don’t miss the chance to see all the imagery from the night including IMMA/MESS’ liberating performance, Russian clairvoyant Pavel’s psychic readings and Craig K. Talbot’s chilling reading of Edgar Allen Poe. 

  8. by SHOWstudio .

    There's still time to enter our Fashion Film Award

    Our Fashion Film Award is still open for submissions.

    Nick Knight and QIC Global Real Estate have invited aspiring filmmakers to apply for our Fashion Film Award.  By creating a short fashion film, entrants have the chance to win £10,000 to create a film for SHOWstudio with mentoring from Nick Knight, RED Digital Cinema’s latest professional camera, RED Raven Sigma 35mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art lens and a trip to Australia to attend an exclusive screening of the winning film. 

    If you are in need of some inspiration, peruse the work of one of our judges, the acclaimed filmmaker, Ruth Hogben. Her iconic film for Alexander McQueen's last show, Plato's Atlantis, for S/S 10 might just get the creative juices flowing.

    Submissions close on Monday, January 4, 2016. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity and make sure you enter! 

  9. by SHOWstudio .

    Zoe Bleu Tumblr Take-over

    In keeping with our tradition of handing the reins of SHOWstudio's Tumblr over to a different contributor for the first week of every month, artist Zoe Bleu will be curating our Tumblr for the next week.  

    Zoe Bleu is an artist based between Los Angeles and New York City. Bleu possesses an array of talents, but is most recognized for her eccentric fashion sense. Stay tuned to explore Bleu's visual interpretations and costumed looks. 

    Head over to SHOWstudio's Tumblr to follow Zoe Bleu’s takeover.




  10. by Sarah Piantadosi .

    Milk Jagger

    I'm excited to announce that my first show and artist zine, Milk Jagger has opened this week at the Doomed Gallery.
    Milk Jagger is a zine based on the fantasy character created by Viet Cong drummer Michael B. Wallace. Milk Jagger is a corrupt LA cop. Both alluring and repulsive, he can and will abuse his power. Inspired equally by the action film 'Lethal Weapon' and A.A. Bronson’s 'Queer Zines.'
    Milk Jagger is a vision of eighties American male machismo warped into a hazy queer fantasy.
  11. by SHOWstudio .

    Exclusive! Gosha Rubchinskiy 'In Fashion'

    Our 'In Fashion' project is a series of in-depth, exclusive interviews featuring a myriad of individuals who help shape the ever-changing landscape of contemporary fashion.

    The latest installment sees Lou Stoppard chat with the artist Gosha Rubchinskiy, who opens up about his childhood, influences and ambitions. Rubchinskiy's work is known for the romance of youth, Russian religious roots and the clash between the Russian post-soviet mentality and growing up in a country undergoing huge political, economical and cultural change after dissolution of the USSR in 1991. 

    His multidisciplinary, multi-media approach is Rubchinskiy's way of building his own world and ideology. He designs his collections, photographs them, casts models, produces his lookbooks and seasonal fanzines, as well as producing films and albums. He has recently published a book titled 'Youth Hotel.'

    Watch the interview here and shop Gosha Rubchinskiy pieces in our SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A online store.

  12. by SHOWstudio .

    A Beautiful Darkness exhibition: Three days to go

    On Wednesday, October 28, Veuve Clicquot will host their first event for The Widow Series initiative, an annual Halloween happening designed exclusively by their creative partners. Their first collaboration is with Nick Knight who has created an evening inspired by fear, death and the senses. 

    Knight has asked artists, designers and filmmakers to create unique and interactive exhibtition pieces, including the likes of designer Gareth Pugh, illustrator Unskilled Worker, filmmaker Rei Nadal, tattoo artist Scott Campbell and model Tessa Kuragi.The exclusive pieces of art will be showcased in an immersive exhibition correlating to the theme of All Hallows' Eve. 

    The event and exhibition will include a further revolutionary feature. By using the hashtag #TheWidowSeries on Instagram and Twitter when taking a photograph of the event, the imagery will be projected onto our unique 3D interactive floorplan, allowing everyone to experience the space and the exhibition in real time. So if you're not there for the opening event, or can't make it to our free public exhibition the next day, you can still see all the happenings live on SHOWstudio. 

    Mark your calendars and join the Halloween fun on October 28 and 29 on SHOWstudio! While you wait, check out Isamaya Ffrench's downloadable masks and submit images of you wearing them to be in for the chance of being featured in our Submission Gallery. 

  13. by SHOWstudio .

    Colour your way through 50s fashion with Vogue

    Ever wanted to be a fashion designer? Or live in the 1950s? Now, with the help of longtime SHOWstudio collaborator and respected writer, Iain R. Webb, you can design your own glamorous wardrobe of ballgowns, suits and cocktail dresses. 

    Inspired by images found in British Vogue issues from the fifties, Webb has released the Vogue Colouring Book, accompanied by fashion and style tips captions from the original pages of Vogue.  Readers can colour their way through iconic garments and redesign them in their own colour palettes. 

    Get your hands on this exclusive book on November 5th. While you wait, watch our Vogue On books discussion in 'Book Club.'

  14. by SHOWstudio .

    Watch Melissa Tofton S/S 16 fashion film 'Leather'

    The designer Melissa Tofton cut her teeth at Middlesex University, Savile Row's Henry Rose and at a specialist leather bondage store in Berlin. Influenced by these experiences, her clothing fuses bondage with tailoring and craftsanship.

    For her S/S 16 collection, Tofton has teamed up with photographer Katja Mayer, set designer Miguel Bento and Feast Films, creating a fashion film titled 'Leather.' Featuring Stoya, the adult film actress, 'Leather' is intensely sensual and passionate, with entwining bodies battling with the juxtaposition between restriction and movement.

    With a sci-fi soundtrack by Yasmina Dexter, the film captures the tactile conversation between textures and bodies, clad in Tofton's pices for the spring/summer season which utilises pony skin, hand-rippled chiffon silks, horse hair and cashmere wools.

    Watch the film here and explore the rest of our fashion film exclusives


  15. by SHOWstudio .

    Watch the haunting 'Amor' fashion film

    Nick Knight has taken his Amor shoot for V Magazine one step further, championing the medium of fashion film once again. 

    The original shoot first took inspiration from Anselm Kiefer’s blackened sunflower heads and set out to explore the many parallels between love and creativity. With the help of Amanda Harlech, Knight further embraced the concept in this fashion film, choosing to set the final images of model Molly Bair ablaze. The film begins with a haunting look through the imagery then sees Bair's fire-lit face melt before being pieced back together again.  

    Watch the entire film and don’t forget to take a look at the corresponding image gallery and behind-the-scenes footage of the shoot.   

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