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  1. by SHOWstudio .

    Two new interviews in our Girly series!

    Our Girly project continues with two new interviews as Lou Stoppard talks to stylists Louby Mcloughlin and Lola Chatterton about the cartoon femininity that informs their work and personal style.

    Mcloughlin discusses Tumblr, trend-cycles and strong women, explaining 'I’ve always enjoyed very glamorous, successful women. Like a woman being glam and making it - I really like that idea.' While Chatterton cites nineties references, young London designers and the difference between dressing for yourself and dressing for men 'I feel like it's completely not for men. If they like me then they like me, but I just think about my own style.'

    Read both interviews now and stay tuned as the Girly project develops!

  2. by SHOWstudio .

    Tune in tomorrow for two live interviews

    Don't miss the next two interviews in our rolling In Fashion series, which profiles the fashion industry's most influential individuals live on camera!

    Tomorrow, Tuesday 7 October, our own Lou Stoppard will be chatting to i-D founder Terry Jones at 11:30 BST, be sure to tune in as he discusses working at Vogue in the seventies and creating the first issue of i-D in his home studio. Then at 15:00 BST, Storm Model Management founder Sarah Doukas will be talking about her reputation as a legendary 'spotter', including the moment she discovered Kate Moss. Be sure to tune in and learn from these industry veterans! 

  3. by Joseph Lally .

    Belle de Jour 2014

    I wanted to show the beauty of modern boys as if they were under the gaze of filmmaker Luchino Visconti. Fredo the stylist gave them the modern touch while my framing and manner was with the attentiveness of Visconti, wanting to drink in their beauty.

  4. by SHOWstudio .

    Four new In Fashion interviews coming soon!

    It's almost time for our next batch of In Fashion interviews! Over the next two weeks SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard will be sitting down for no less than four new live discussions with fashion's most influential figures.

    Kicking things off on Tuesday 7 October, Stoppard will be talking to i-D founder Terry Jones at 11:30 BST, followed by director of Storm Models (and noted Kate Moss discoverer) Sarah Doukas at 15:00 BST.

    The next morning, Friday 8 October, we'll be chatting to MATCHESFASHION.COM co-founders Tom and Ruth Chapman at 10:30 BST and on Monday 13 October, we'll hear from the design duo behind Marques Almeida.

    While you wait, revisit the In Fashion archive for insights from our most recent subjects Penny Martin and Nasir Mazhar!

  5. by SHOWstudio .

    Watch Nick Knight's latest interview with Alek Wek

    The latest instalment of Subjective is here! Nick Knight continues to re-evaluate contemporary fashion imagery from the perspective of the model. This week he interviews Alek Wek about her involvement in a portrait Knight took of John Galliano.

    Knight explains that Galliano specifically requested Wek to appear in the image alongside him. 'He could've asked so many beautiful women that he's worked with... It was very humbling that he asked me,' says Wek of the former Dior creative director. 'He's not just a designer, he's quite an artist I feel.' The two also discuss the issues of racism in the fashion industry, posing nude and Knight's relationship with Wek, with Knight praising her presence in front of the camera; 'The poetry that you give off is incredible,' he says.

    Watch the full interview now and stay tuned for more as Subjective continues. In the meantime, be sure to check out Subjective's sister project, Transformative!

  6. by SHOWstudio .

    Viktoria Kim's delicate works available for purchase!

    You can now own the works of our collections artist Viktoria Kim! As part of our extensive coverage of New York Fashion Week S/S 15, New York native, Viktoria Kim depicted her favourite looks in the form of delicate illustrations. Having worked for the likes of Visionaire, V Magazine and Vfiles, Viktoria has developed a uniquely exquisite style. Exclusively for SHOWstudio, Kim has drawn inspiration from the collections of Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, MBMJ, Thom Browne, Alexander Wang and Gareth Pugh. These one-off illustrations are now available for purchase at our online store, SHOWstudio Shop.

  7. by SHOWstudio .

    Release screening at Raindance Film Festival

    SHOWstudio's own video editor Raquel Couceiro has edited a short documentary, Release, which is being screened at the Raindance film festival today, 30 September! Directed by Kez Glozier of The New British, Release centres around on a new subcultural dance movement that has hit Britain. Derived from the 1920’s Jazz dance ‘The Charleston,’ it has re-emerged in the modern underground house scene with its own sound, fashion and attitude and is now known as ‘Shuffling’. 

    Watch the trailer!

  8. by SHOWstudio .

    The best of SHOWstudio!

    To celebrate our win at Fashion Film Festival Milano and to kick off our film screening last week at the Silencio club in Paris, we made a 10 minute edit of our top fashion film moments! 

    This SHOWreel features a compilation of some of SHOWstudio's most celebrated fashion films and interviews, cut alongside quotes from some of our most iconic contributors. Featured footage dates as far back as 1995, when Nick Knight was just beginning to explore and pioneer the medium, and includes legendary pieces of video including Dynamic Blooms, Make Up Your Mind and #asif. Also included is footage of Lee McQueen at work on a gown in our studio, taken from our Transformer project. Interviewees include Suzy Menkes, J.W. Anderson, Meadham Kirchhoff, Tim Blanks, Phillip Lim, Daphne Guinness and Alexandra Shulman.

    Watch the SHOWreel now and subscribe to our Youtube channel for future fashion films!

  9. by Nick Knight .

    Current musical obsession

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    Found this late on Saturday night and now listening to and watching it on repeat. Glorious. Love it.

    All Hustle No Love by 2TONE ft Reverie

     
  10. by SHOWstudio Shop .

    Shop Velwyn Yossy's LFW S/S 15 illustrations!
    New original artworks for sale now

    Artworks from Velwyn Yossy’s residency at SHOWstudio are now available for purchase from SHOWstudio Shop! 

    Yossy has created an exclusive series of illustrations as part of SHOWstudio's extensive reportage of the shows. She interpreted designs from London Fashion Week S/S 15 using expressive line drawing and bold splashes of colour. The result is a playful take on looks from the collections of Burberry, J.W. Anderson and Simone Rocha to name but a few.

    Browse Velwyn Yossy’s LFW S/S15 illustrations now and snap one up before they're gone!

  11. by SHOWstudio .

    Check out new illustrations from Abbey McCulloch!

    Check out the latest from our talented Paris Fashion Week illustrator, Abbey McCulloch! McCulloch has been busily translating her favourite looks from the Paris S/S 15 catwalks into wonderful artworks. Working in both watercolour and crayon, her delicate illustrations include looks taken from the Chloe, Givenchy, Vivienne Westwood and John Galliano shows, among others. Visit our Tumblr now to see these beautiful drawings for yourself, and stay tuned for McCulloch's next selection! 

  12. by Marian Newman .

    Vivienne Westwood Gold S/S 15

    The wedding dress inspired by a little Indian boy who had wrapped himself in yards of material. For MAC Cosmetics trashed dolly nails. Eliza Cummings modelling.

  13. by Marian Newman .

    Giles S/S 15

    Giles green and black plastic 'drug capsule' nails for MAC Cosmetics. Let's get knitting!

  14. by Calum Knight .

    MALIBU 1992

    Drawing its inspiration from artistic videos, lifestyle, Los Angeles and contemporary art and music, jewellery brand Malibu 1992 are gaining momentum like no other. Started in 2012, the brand say they believe in a golden age where every dream of splendour and neoclassical perfection is possible.
     

    Photo: Adam Salma
     
    Models: Jade Simone & Pedro Zeek
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