Omar El Lahib Is Saatchi Yates' New Talk of the Town
Lebanese artist Omar El Lahib's dream world open Saatchi Yates' new 10,000 sqft space.
Paris S/S 23 Haute Couture: TikToks
Discover the best of Paris S/S 23 haute couture rounded up in bitesized TikToks featuring the designers to have on your radar.
British Fashion Royalty Dame Vivienne Westwood Has Died
A rebel never without a cause, it was announced yesterday that Punk's fairy godmother Dame Vivienne Westwood has died, aged 81.
Transformative: Notes on Narcissism
The story of Narcissus is a fable as old as time, but why is caring about your image seen as such a damning thing? Christina Donoghue looks to the antichrist of make-up, Inge Grognard and her anti make-up make-up aesthetic to find out more.
Elise By Olsen's New Project Propels Fashion Print Into the Future
Opening the International Library of Fashion Research, SHOWstudio contributor Elise By Olsen tells us about her latest project, preserving the past, present and future in print.
The Historical Allure of the Coiffure
The 18th century Swiss-born artist Henry Fuseli had a fetish for women's hair, as tells the Courtauld's Fuseli and the Modern Woman: Fashion, Fantasy, Fetishism exhibition. SHOWstudio's Hetty Mahlich and Christina Donoghue report.
Matty Bovan Invites You Into His Immersive World With New Exhibition
A one-off site-specific installation 'Ribbons', created by the designer Matty Bovan, takes the Greenwich Peninsula's NOW Gallery by storm.
Essay: On The Silencing of Women's Pleasure
In response to our Book Club conversation between journalist Anastasiia Fedorova and erotic jewellery designer Betony Vernon, writer Christina Donoghue looks deeper into the topics of kink, power, play and a woman's right to pleasure.
Was NFT.London Worth It?
Experts and enthusiasts across gaming, fashion, music and even finance gathered together for a meeting of minds, but shameless self-promotion and an overpacked schedule resulted in more problems than innovative solutions.
Horror and Creative Rebellion Collide In Somerset House's Latest Exhibition
Creative rebellion provides the backbone of Somerset House's latest exhibition, challenging our definition of horror and how we interact with it, packing work by David Bowie, Noel Fielding, Leigh Bowery, Jake and Dinos Chapman and Gareth Pugh all in one.
The Exhibitions Offering You A Slice of Culture This Winter
From various retrospectives to a Matty Bovan installation at NOW Gallery and the most important talks on AI, and NFTs, our winter exhibition guide promises to fulfil all your cultural needs, detailing events that look to the past, present and future.
The New Spirit of New School
Building the foundations for a future as creative as its old school 'Art School' mentality New School's debut exhibition MAJOR challenges the old while making way for the new.
Sinking the Pink’s Closure Is A Reminder of the Ever-Pertinent Threat to Queer Nightlife
Responding to Nick Knight's editorial Sinking the Pink, editorial assistants Christina Donoghue and Joshua Graham reflect on the grisly details of queer rights, past, present and future in relation to the cultural phenomena that was Sink the Pink.
The Digital Artists Breaking New Ground at The Design Museum Den Bosch
Design Museum Den Bosch's digital fashion exhibition Screenwear - which features SHOWstudio's seminal ikon-1 project - goes above and beyond to weave humanity and tactility into the digital realm. Christina Donoghue reports.
Zineb Sedira on Rejecting The Feminist Art Label
Witty, yet defiant and political, Zenib Sedira, represented by Goodman Gallery, was one of the star artists at this year's Frieze London. Christina Donoghue spoke to the artist about her politically charged work.
John Galliano and Nick Knight Call In A New Age For E-Commerce At Maison Margiela
Longtime collaborators Nick Knight and John Galliano have joined forces to bring Maison Margiela's new e-commerce platform to life. Queue movement, poetry and romance like you've never seen.
The Illustrators Carving The Future of Fashion Illustration
From the robotic to the hypnotic to shapely geometric forms and cubist-inspired silhouettes, we spoke to the two illustrators championing the future of fashion illustration, one technical drawing at a time.
A Refreshing Look At Freud's Flesh: The National Gallery Celebrates 100 Years of Lucian Freud
Flesh, fat and beauty are on full display in The National Gallery's latest retrospective celebrating Lucian Freud's centenary.
What To Look Forward To S/S 23: Why Milan Is Winning At Fashion
Fashion never stops, and neither does its favourite game of musical chairs. Next up on the agenda? Milan!
Jean-Luc Godard and The Birth of Innovative Film
On the day of Jean-Luc Godard's death, we take a small look back at his revolutionary career and how he birthed a movement that continues to influence fashion film and film as a whole today.
The Gallery's Role In The Metaverse: Where Do We Go From Here?
The conflict between the potentials of digital art and the limitations of the spaces they're exhibited in is a convoluted one. Christina Donoghue investigates…
Betony Vernon's New Book Continues Her Fight For Sexual Pleasure
'PARADISE FOUND: An Erotic Treasury for Sybarites' is a delight to the senses, visual and visceral.
Interview: Michaela Stark On The Many Facets of Beauty and Vulnerability
Fashion designer and artist Michaela Stark discusses their feminist, custom-made corsets which enhance parts of the body which society has conditioned us to hide.