David Sims is the latest addition to our In Fashion interview series! Be sure not to miss the photographer in conversation with Lou Stoppard as the pair discuss everything from inspirations to music taste and defying convention.
SHOWstudio is a committed supporter of fashion film and aspiring creatives. To show this support Nick Knight offers filmmakers from across the globe to submit their work to SHOWstudio and a selection of these submissions that he finds impressive or inspiring will feature in our Fashion Film Submissions page!
The latest addition is a film entitled Bisou by Sylvyen Nazaah, a London based filmmaker and artist. Nazaah's film follows Theo, a young man stalked by his ideas, indulging every impulse around his home town while ignoring his French lover who leaves him voicemails over the phone.
Watch the film and revisit our previous submissions and send your work to email@example.com to be considered for inclusion!
Our two industry experts will be speaking about the Mulberry S/S 17 collection in-depth, one-on-one in a heated discussion dissecting the catwalk show live!
Be sure not to miss the discussion this Tuesday at 15:00 BST! And stay tuned for more Head to Head debates this week.
In the latest instalment of Sportswear, a project exploring the history of key garments motivated by the influence of sporty shapes in high-fashion, Elgar Johnson - fashion director of British GQ Style - talks about his personal relationship with the tracksuit, and sports brand snobbery.
Johnson explains, 'I think the beauty of the tracksuit is that anyone can wear it anytime and it’s accessible to anyone. I think that as soon as you start putting things on catwalks, it almost makes it that only a certain person can wear it, they have to be a certain size, they have to have a certain look, and I don’t really believe in that.'
In June 2015, Faustine Steinmetz took up residency at SHOWstudio as part of our LiveStudio series. Building on her A/W 15 collection, Steinmetz wove a piece of denim using silk and copper. Sharing the logic behind the piece, she explained 'I’m doing this project because I’m interested in moulding the piece on the girl like a sculpture'.
Put together using live stream footage from the project, a brand new process film is now available to watch on SHOWstudio! Tune in to see the film and revisit the project in full here.
Plus, don't forget that the Faustine Steinmetz A/W 16 collection is now shop-able at the SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A e-store!
Featuring a slogan visible only during flash photography and modelled by Moss, the wording, 'FUCK YOU CUNT' speaks for itself.
Head to the SHOWstudio/Machine-A e-store to shop the limited edition t-shirt before it sells out!
Running from 13 October 2016 to 5 February 2017, The Vulgar: Fashion Redefined exhibition opens at the Barbican, exploring the challenging subject of taste in fashion, from the renaissance through to contemporary design. It showcases over 120 objects, from 18th century corsets, to contributions from leading contemporary designers such as Walter van Beirendonck, Stephen Jones, Moschino and Vivienne Westwood.
Part of our Fashion Film Exclusives series, a two-minute short film directed by Danny Sangra, following three female protagonists as they sight-see around Paris, wearing Balenciaga runway looks head-to-toe, which will be available at mytheresa.com.
Hospital Rooms is a charity initiative co founded by artist, Tim A Shaw and curator, Niamh White. The charity was formed through the joint ambition to improve conditions for residents staying at mental health rehabilitation centres, commissioning groups of artists to refurbish the wards.
Hospital Rooms' debut project took place at the Phoenix Unit at Springfield University hospital in Tooting this year, where artists such as Nick Knight and Gavin Turk were invited to install an artwork of their choice.
The project has just launched on SHOWstudio, where the works have been documented in an online gallery, as well as via interviews with some of the artists involved. Be sure to check out the project to learn more about the motivations behind the works as well as the way they have affected both patients, staff and artists!
Revisit the S/S 17 season with our live panel discussions. Lou Stoppard and industry experts will be rounding up the NYFW, LFW, MFW and PFW shows, discussing the highlights and notable moments.
Follow our schedule below to stay up-to-date:New York Fashion Week: 10 Oct at 10:30 GMTPanelists:Charlotte Roberts, stylist.Finn MacTaggart, editor.Stavros Karelis, director.London Fashion Week: 10 Oct at 17:30 GMTPanelists:Masha Mombelli, stylist.Sasha Wilkins, writer.Rebecca Gonsalves, writer.Daniella Radojcin, editor-at-large.Milan Fashion Week: 11 Oct at 10:30 GMTPanelists:Jessica Bumpus, writer.Dilara Findikoglu, designer.Paris Fashion Week: 11 Oct at 17:30 GMTPanelists:Mimma Viglezio, creative consultant.Reba Maybury, editor.Gianluca Longo, stylist.Masha Mombelli, styilst.Mandi Lennard, PR.While you wait, head to our Collections page to stay up to date with everything S/S 17.
Amazing mens and womenswear pieces from A/W 16 collections have landed in the SHOWstudio shop available for purchase!
Xander Zhou plays with form and function in his clothing. The Beijing based designer favours the use of unconventional materials and deconstruction in his work creating a unique intracacy.
Known for her hand painted unisex designs, Claire Barrow premiered as part of Fashion East in 2012. Barrow makes wearable art works with a punk DIY twist.
Antwerp's Royal Academy of Fine Art graduate, Hyein Seo, designs with counterculture in mind creating comic text and subversive slogan tees. Originally from South Korea, Seo brings a fusion of Asian and European aesthetic into her collections.
Shop all their work now!
Today marks the opening of Nick Knight: Image, Knight's first solo exhibition at the Daelim Museum in South Korea. The exhibition brings together over 100 works and installations, making up a pivotal selection of work from throughout Knight's career. The exhibition features incredible early work such as the 'Skinheads' series, right through to his iconic portraits of Kate Moss and countless others.
To celebrate, SHOWstudio launched a comprehensive digital catalogue of Knight's work. Be sure not to miss!
Edited by our very own Younji Ku, the film captures the beautiful Jazelle Zanaughtti - scouted by Nick Knight via Instagram, in action. Be sure to watch the film to catch Zanaughtti in looks from Comme des Garçons A/W 16 styled by Katie Shillingford, with makeup and intricate floral body paintings by Isamaya Ffrench.
Today a brand new edit of Olivier Rousteing's 'In Fashion' interview is available to watch on SHOWstudio!
Building on a limited-edition launch from July, Pharrell Williams and adidas debut Hu - a collection of apparel and shoes that celebrates cultural diversity around the world.
Pharrell has used this launch to share stories and traditions of humanity, and the 19-piece Hu collection features 14 items of apparel and five styles of footwear, combining adidas’ latest innovations with Pharrell’s vision.
adidas Originals = PHARRELL WILLIAMS Hu launches globally on 29 September 2016.
Take a look at their launch video here.
Catch up on our newly edited In Fashion interview with Venetia Scott!
SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard sat down with Venetia Scott, known foremost for her work as a stylist, to discuss everything from her childhood, to her 2005 career change to photography. Scott delves into her time at Vogue, describing its similarities to her institutionalised boarding school days, and explores her intention to let go of status symbols in her work.