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Day 4: Mad About the Boy

published on 4 January 2016

Exclusively shared on the SHOWstudio Tumblr, see the references behind Lou Stoppard's upcoming exhibition Mad About the Boy, examining the way ideas of the teenage boy are constructed through images and fashion collections. Day four explores ideas of gender and sexuality.

Exclusively shared on the SHOWstudio Tumblr, see the references behind Lou Stoppard's upcoming exhibition Mad About the Boy, examining the way ideas of the teenage boy are constructed through images and fashion collections. Day four explores ideas of gender and sexuality.

Day 4: I’m sharing some of the references and research behind my upcoming exhibition, Mad About The Boy. I’m dividing each day into the same themes I’ll be exploring with my show: http://www.fashionspacegallery.com/exhibition/mad-boy/
Joseph Szabo, Almost Grown, 1978
Joseph Szabo, Almost Grown, 1978
The Perfect Kiss, Man About Town A/W 14, Photography by Alasdair McLellan
Like Brother Like Sister: A Fashion Story, i-D November 1992, Photography and styling by Wolfgang Tillmans
Calvin Klein advert, taken from Vanity Fair October 1998, Photography by Bruce Weber
The Others, Derek Ridgers, 2015 (image shot: Le Beat Route, 1980s)
The Quieter Poster Boys, Brett Lloyd, 2010
Numero Homme China A/W 13, Photography by Brett Lloyd, Styling by Niklas Bildstein Zaar
J.W. Anderson, A/W 13
Gucci A/W 14, Photography by Glen Luchford
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