Fashion Minority Report Launches New Platform 'HUB'
Since being launched by Daniel Peters in 2020, the specialist report has worked to re-shape the face of the industry by championing diversity and inclusion.
Live Panel Discussion
Panel Discussion: Louis Vuitton A/W 22 Menswear
Willy Ndatira chairs a conversation around the Louis Vuitton A/W 22 show, and Abloh's lasting legacy, accompanied by panellists Jian Deleon, Jordan Anderson, David Rasool Robinson and PC Williams.
Farfetch Continue To Champion Black Creativity Through Nataal Partnership
Originally launched in February of this year, the Nataal x Farfetch partnership has worked with some of fashion's biggest names, including Valentino, to support black creativity in the industry. Next up? A collaboration with Thom Browne.
Instagram and Black Censorship: Where Did It All Go So Wrong?
The censorship of black artists on and offline has gone on far too long. But who is to blame? Instagram's users or the platform itself.
Manju Journal Team Up With Burberry In Celebration Of Black History Month
The global art and culture platform has collaborated with Burberry for their latest photo series Together and One, brandishing rich truths of the individual and the collective in Africa.
New Exhibition Unveils The Artistry Behind Black Hair
A new exhibition at The Cockatoo in Bethnal Green - courtesy of Keash CEO Taiba Taiba - looks at Black hair and braiding as a sculptural art form in its own right.
An Interview With Sharmadean Reid: Why The Stack World Puts Community First
The BeautyStack CEO talks reading broadsheet papers aged 14 and the importance of community-led platforms in a post-pandemic world.
Live Review: Louis Vuitton S/S 22 Menswear
Live from London, features editor Hetty Mahlich and fashion critic M-C Hill review the Louis Vuitton S/S 22 menswear show.
African Style Archive Takes Over the London College of Fashion Instagram
In London College of Fashion's first ever one week Instagram exhibition, the Instagram account @africanstylearchive explores African style and sartorial practices through the art of imagery and conversation.
Black History Month
As part of SHOWstudio's ongoing dedication to celebrating and giving a platform to black talent, during Black History Month we broadcast a series of panel discussions with industry professionals.
Live Panel Discussion
Panel Discussion: The Future of Fashion Photography
Antoine Gregory is joined by Ahmad Barber, Donté Maurice and Quil Lemons to discuss the future of fashion photography as told through the lens of emerging black photographers.
Joe Casely-Hayford An Icon For Our Times
The British Fashion Council and The BOLD Agency join SHOWstudio for a very special panel discussion exploring the work and legacy of the late British designer Joe Casely-Hayford OBE.
Live Panel Discussion
Panel Discussion: Black Is Still The New Black
Trey Trey is joined by make-up artist Crystabel Riley, stylist and editor KK Obi and journalists Eni Subair and Dominic Cadogan to discuss working as black creatives in the fashion industry.
SHOWstudio's Upcoming Panels For Black History Month UK
Black History Month continues with a roster of exclusive panel discussions centred around black talent.
It's Black History Month UK
Running from 1-31 October 2020, this Black History Month is an opportunity to double down on learning about Black British history, acting for racial equality, and celebrating the people making Black British futures bright.
Fashion Film: Wales Bonner S/S 21
Watch the Wales Bonner S/S 21 video 'Thinkin Home' by Jeano Edwards.
Fashion Film: Bianca Saunders S/S 21 Menswear
'The Ideal Man' explores different masculinities in the Bianca Saunders universe.
Day 6: Willy Ndatira
For Day 6 of the designer and creative consultant's @SHOWstudio takeover, Willy Ndatira explored the myriad of ways in which the black body has been represented in photography.
Day 3: Willy Ndatira
For Day 3 of the designer and creative consultant's @SHOWstudio takeover, Willy Ndatira explored the creation of content via appropriation.
Instagram Takeover: Le Tings
Curator Harris Elliott, stylist Bevan Agyemang and poet Julianknxx explore fashion's inbuilt racist systems to continue the conversations brought to widespread attention at June 2020's Black Lives Matter protests.
MQBMBQ Celebrates Black Queer Identity in All its Forms
Standing for My Queer Blackness, My Black Queerness, the ongoing digital project celebrates trans people of colour via film streams and fundraisers.
It's Not About Statues, It's About Liberation
Writer and broadcaster Afua Hirsch speaks on the role that statues play in the telling of our collective history.
Video: It's Not About Statues, It's About Liberation
In a piece to camera, writer and broadcaster Afua Hirsch speaks on the role that statues play in the telling of our collective history.