Day 7: Fashion Together
Day seven of Lou Stoppard's Tumblr curation focusses on the creative collaborations between Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley, Iris Van Herpen and Philip Beesley and Vivienne Westwood and Andreas Kronthaler.
Day 6: Fashion Together
Day six of Lou Stoppard's Tumblr curation focusses on the creative collaborations between Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and Thom Browne and Stephen Jones.
Day 5: Fashion Together
Day five of Lou Stoppard's Tumblr curation focusses on the creative collaborations between Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, Gareth Pugh and Ruth Hogben and Philip Treacy and Isabella Blow.
Day 4: Fashion Together
Day four of Lou Stoppard's Tumblr curation focusses on the creative collaborations between Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez and Inez and Vinoodh.
Day 3: Fashion Together
Day three of Lou Stoppard's Tumblr curation focusses on the creative collaborations between Shaun Leane and Alexander McQueen and Kim Jones and Alister Mackie.
Day 2: Fashion Together
Day two of Lou Stoppard's Tumblr curation focusses on the creative collaborations between Nick Knight and Daphne Guinness, Riccardo Tisci and Mariacarla Boscono and Jonathan Anderson and Benjamin Bruno.
Tumblr Takeover: Fashion Together
To celebrate the release of her book, Fashion Together, editor and writer Lou Stoppard gives SHOWstudio viewers a sneak peek of the publication on Tumblr.
Day 1: Fashion Together
Day one of Lou Stoppard's Tumblr curation focusses on the creative collaborations between Marc Jacobs and Katie Grand, and Rick Owens and Michèle Lamy.
Best in Show: Lou Stoppard
Lou Stoppard spotlights a parrot-printed poncho from Craig Green's S/S 18 collection, drawing on her experience watching the show.
Mad About The Boy
Mad About The Boy, an exhibition curated by Lou Stoppard, explored fashion’s obsession with youth, focusing on the way ideas of the teenage boy are constructed through specific collections and fashion images.
Essay: Between Man And Child
Featuring work by JW Anderson and Walter Van Beirendonck, this section of Mad About The Boy explored the way fashion toys with the line between man and child.
Essay: In The Club
This section of Mad About The Boy looked at the influence of club culture on fashion, and the way key designers and image makers depict the reveller.
Essay: In Education
The area of the Mad About the Boy exhibition, featuring two objects, looked at the way school life and uniform has inspired many designers and image-makers.
Essay: In The Street
Depictions of the boy 'in the street' are rife within fashion. This part of the Mad About The Boy guide considers the reasons why.
Essay: As Sexual Object
This section of Mad About The Boy, and the corresponding exhibition guide text, looks at portrayals of the young male as sexually charged and inquisitive.
Essay: Between Genders
This exhibition section of Mad About The Boy explored fashion's interest in the fluidity – both in terms of gender and sexuality – that can be enjoyed by youths.
Essay: As Outsider
This section of the Mad About the Boy exhibition explored fashion's interest in the rebel. Stoppard's text explores the trope, and details the objects featured.
Essay: In His Space
One of several essays featured in the guide for Mad About The Boy, this text looks at the role of space in the way fashion depicts the 'boy'.
Exhibition Text: Mad About The Boy
Taken from the show's catalogue, written by Lou Stoppard, this text introduces the exhibition and the themes considered within it.
Tumblr Takeover: Mad About the Boy
For one week on our Tumblr, Lou Stoppard shares the references and research behind her upcoming exhibition, Mad About The Boy.
A project exploring Northern identity, depictions of the North of England in fashion imagery and the importance of place in creativity.
Essay: Basic Bitches
Girly: Lou Stoppard on the millennial obsession with returning to a childlike state.
A project exploring overt, hyper feminine fashion - featuring a series of essays and interviews alongside a provocative fashion film by Nick Knight and Rei Nadal.
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