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Fashion Radio

published on 4 May 2021

From the catwalk to the fashion photographer’s studio, models’ personal playlists to the music you hear in store and the tunes you dance to at the after-party, fashion and music are inseparable. SHOWstudio’s unmissable new series Fashion Radio, has been over 10 years in the making, and is coming soon.

Whether it’s fashion's influence on musicians such as Bowie or Gaga, or the music that is the engine behind fashion’s love of movement, for the first time, Fashion Radio links together all the different ways in which music and fashion have formed an unbreakable bond.

To kick off the series, the legendary DJ Fat Tony, who has created the soundtracks for countless fashion events, plays host to Kate Moss, Nick Knight, Duckie Thot, Jodie Harsh, Charles Jeffrey, Gareth Pugh, Kyle De’Volle and Kelly Osbourne, who each share their top 10 songs. Unpicking the soundtracks to their fashionable lives in a series of video episodes filmed inside SHOWstudio’s very own radio booth, the special guests talk about the influence of The Rolling Stones on Moss’ personal style to Osbourne's royal rock 'n' roll upbringing, as they lift the lid on the music of their lives.

From the catwalk to the fashion photographer’s studio, models’ personal playlists to the music you hear in store and the tunes you dance to at the after-party, fashion and music are inseparable. SHOWstudio’s unmissable new series Fashion Radio, has been over 10 years in the making, and is coming soon.

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Music Video: Diamond Blues

05 September 2001
Watch Kate Moss, Bobby Gillespie and friends singing 'Diamond Blues' in this impromptu Super 8 short film.
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