Music Video: Runaway
Artist Tino Kamal's eye-openingly honest music video Runaway by Nick Knight.
Nick Knight and artist Tino Kamal continue their collaborative working relationship with Kamal’s forthright music video 'Runaway'.
Fashion Film: Gareth Pugh S/S 18
Gareth Pugh’s S/S 18 collection presented here through the medium of fashion film - created by Nick Knight.
Gareth Pugh S/S 18
‘This is not a show.’ Nick Knight and Gareth Pugh offer an exclusive visual insight into Pugh’s S/S 18 collection presented here as fashion film.
Fashion Film: Gareth Pugh A/W 17
Our collective anxieties are explored in a fashion film for Gareth Pugh A/W 17.
Alongside our 2012 exhibition Death, SHOWstudio invited creatives to further explore the theme through a series of live residencies and films.
Get Back, Stay Back
A high fashion how-to of self defence; Lara Stone learns Krav Maga moves in a selection of Spring/Summer 2012 styles.
Fashion Film: Get Back, Stay Back!
Supermodel Lara Stone takes down her attacker in the best styles of Spring/Summer 2012, styled by Carine Roitfeld and captured by Nick Knight.
Interview: Jonathan Bullock
Jonathan Bullock, director of the Institute of Krav Maga UK, discussed the self-defence system and its use in Get Back, Stay Back.
Fashion Film: Arms Pinned
Fight like a girl; Lara Stone wears Celine and Rick Owens in this self-defence lesson with a difference.
Fashion Film: Neck
Photographer Steven Klein continues his signature preoccupation with fashion and death in this tense short.
Fashion Film: Right Hand
Nick Knight and Simon Foxton create a seedy underworld of fashionably dressed thugs.
Fashion Film: Right Ribs
Watch Liberty Ross's contribution to The Fashion Body film series.
Fashion Film: The Red Shoes
Aspirational culture has fatal ramifications in an essay film by Marcus Wener Hed on the child soldiers of the Liberian Civil War.
Essay: The Worst Thing in The World
Killed: John Taylor on the role of photographic images in experiencing catastrophe, specifically that of 9/11.
Essay: A War Against Aesthetics
Killed: Jo-Ann Furniss on fashion's reactions - knee-jerk or otherwise - to September 11.
Editorial Gallery: Killed
A selection of controversial editorial and catwalk imagery of 2001-2002, some of which was never published.
Focusing on fashion imagery published and withdrawn at the time of the attacks of 9/11, Killed examines work by Raf Simons, David Sims, Nick Knight and more.
Four sedans meet their makers in this short, soundtracked by Robert '3D' Del Naja of Massive Attack.