A New Exhibition Lets You Peep Into The Lives of London’s Kink Community
VOYEUR: Stories, Portraits and S*X by photographer Matt Ford presents intimate stories, portraits, and objects that explore all things fetish.
Raf Simons Superfans Sound Off On The Brand’s Legacy
As one of contemporary fashion’s most influential brands, Raf Simons shocked the industry this week with the announcement that after 27 years the brand is shutting down. We spoke to industry insiders about the label’s lasting legacy.
Article: The GMC HUMMER EV Is Driving Into The Future
The 'Like Nothing Else' immersive experience by SHOWstudio brought a who's who of celebrities to Melrose to experience everything the all-electric GMC HUMMER EV has to offer.
Breaking Down The 2022 Fashion Award Nominations
This December, a veritable who's who of the industry will celebrate the brightest names in fashion at The Royal Albert Hall.
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.
Eggs With Michèle Lamy and her Cohort of Queer Icons
Inspired by her fabled restaurant Les Deux Cafe, Michèle Lamy is bringing the biggest names in art, fashion, and queer nightlife to MICHMATCH cafe.
Yoav Hadari Is Bridging The Worlds Of Fashion And Neuroscience
The Sarabande designer-in-residence's S/S 23 collection was inspired by science and came to fruition with a little help from AI.
Standing Ground Wants Fashion To Slow Down
As one of Fashion East's newest additions, designer Michael Stewart is setting himself a part from his peers with his considered approach to craft.
The Tom Of Finland Art & Culture Fest Is All About Community
Bringing its Art and Culture Festival to London for the first time, the Tom of Finland Foundation is putting the spotlight on the world’s biggest names in queer art.
SHOWtime: Milan S/S 23 Womenswear
What happened when SHOWstudio invited a selection of panellists to an abrasively-honest debate-style panel?
Interview: Creating The Sound Of Demna’s Balenciaga With BFRND
SHOWstudio’s editorial assistant Joshua Graham sits down with Balenciaga composer BFRND to discuss his thumping techno tracks for the maison’s runway shows.
Here's Why Daniel Lee Is Taking the Reins At Burberry
This morning the inventors of the Nova check announced that Daniel Lee would replace Riccardo Tisci as Burberry's chief creative officer.
Live Panel Discussion
Panel Discussion: Unravelling Maximilian Davis' FERRAGAMO Debut For S/S 23
Industry specialists and fashion lovers alike gather to weigh in their thoughts on Maximilian Davis' FERRAGAMO S/S 23 debut in a discussion chaired by Nathalie Khan featuring panellists Lisa Ing, V de Talleyrand-Perigord, Joshua Graham and Toni Blaze.
What Did LFW Have To Say About Gender?
London’s creatives have never been shy at pushing gender discourse and this Fashion Week is no exception with menswear brands expanding with womenswear and vice-versa. Here’s your rundown of the brands that did it well, and the ones that didn't.
Long Live London Fashion Week?
With Queen Elizabeth II's passing last week the London fashion crowd was put in a frenzy as it scrambled with the uncertainty of the upcoming fashion week. From cancellations to show shuffling, here is everything you need to know.
TikTok: Fendi Baguette, A Pop Culture History
Editorial Assistant Joshua Graham dives deep into the iconic bag's history, Sex and the City style.
What is it about Linda Evangelista?
Linda Evangelista’s feline face opened the door to fashion, but it wasn’t the defining feature of her success. Writer Joshua Graham does a deep dive on the model's legacy.
Optimism Defines Sarabande's 2022 Group Summer Show
Challenging our perceptions of memory, identity, and the banality that drives our everyday lives, Soon This Will Be Over is an optimistic display of unbridled creativity.
The V&A Explores Pakistan's Independence With Artist Osman Yousefzada
In his first major solo exhibition in London, What is Seen and What Is Not, the artist explores themes of movement and migration with three large scale installations.
Nick Knight Sets The Standard for Fashion in the Metaverse
Nick Knight’s SHOWstudio NFT collection ikon-1, featuring Jazzelle, aims to bring a new point of view to the metaverse.
This Bright Land Is London’s Whimsical Utopia Celebrating Community
From the minds of Somerset House Studios residents Gareth Pugh and Carson McColl, the cultural event champions marginalised voices through entertainment.
Meet the Tom of Finland Emerging Artist Competition Judges
Glenn Martens, Honey Dijon and Mr Gruts sound off on Tom of Finland’s lasting legacy and the importance of queer erotic art.
Sarabande Is Taking Over Tottenham
We toured Sarabande High Road and spoke to two alumni about how the foundation continues to foster emerging talent.