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    SHOWstudio needs you! Help us improve our site with this survey

    SHOWstudio needs you! Help us improve our site with this survey!

    What do you think of SHOWstudio? We're looking to improve and upgrade our site and want to know more about our viewers. 

    By taking part in our survey you could win a prize! Choose from a Nick Knight book bundle, £100 to spend at SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A or a tour of SHOWstudio including watching a live-stream or interview. 

    Thanks from SHOWstudio

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    Watch Gary Aspden's 'North' Interview play at Claire de Rouen

    To coincide with the launch of North: Identity, Photography, Fashion at the Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, SHOWstudio launched an interview with brand consultant and self-proclaimed trainer obsessive Gary Aspden.

    The interview sees Aspden discuss his early teenage years and sportswear as a symbol of aspiration. 'I loved Armani at that time because the logo had the same initials as mine,' says Aspden.

    Over the next three days you can pop into Soho bookstore Claire de Rouen where the interview will be screening! Thanks to Lucy Moore


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    Don't miss this week's launches!

    Menswear A/W 17 is waving London goodbye, but there is still many exciting things yet to happen here at SHOWstudio!

    Our LFWM live panel discussions on Wales BonnerJ.W. Anderson and Vivienne Westwood, each discussed a range of influential topics including gender fluidity, punk and runway diversity. All panel discussions can all be viewed as part of our collections coverage. Plus! Congratulations to Finn Mactaggart and Anastasiia Fedorova on their first panels of the season as our guest chairs.

    Over on our Tumblr, we have illustrator Lara Mackenzie Lee interpreting the London Menswear Shows, such as Phoebe English and Craig Green.

    This Tuesday, as part of our Subjective series, Guinevere Van Seenus is discussing her role in Rei Nadal's 2016 fashion film The Fall of the Corset.

    Later this week, we'll be hosting a Gosha Rubchinskiy Live Panel Discussion, chaired by Anastasiia Fedorova. Tune in Thursday 12 January 11:00 GMT to watch.

    We will also be covering Milan Menswear A/W 17 from Friday 13 January! Follow our collections coverage and don’t miss our Prada Live Panel Discussion on 15 Sunday 17:00 GMT, chaired by Lou Stoppard

    Also, you can still enter our Design Download competition! Just download our exclusive pattern from Simone Rocha’s S/S 14 collection and you can win an illustration by Fiona Gourlay!
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    Our A/W 17 London Menswear Illustrator is Lara Mackenzie Lee!

    Our first A/W 17 fashion week illustrator is Lara Mackenzie Lee!  As this season kicks off, make sure you don't miss any of her London Menswear illustrations.

    Lara Mackenzie Lee is based in London. Having studied Fashion Communication with Promotion at Central Saint Martins, Lee's art work focuses on abstraction and surrealism. Lee has previously worked for Stella McCartney, Erdem and Selfridges and has interned at SHOWstudio.

    Head to the SHOWstudio Tumblr to see her illustrations of the A/W 17 collections! 



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    SHOWstudio's London Menswear A/W 17 schedule

    Menswear A/W 17 is in full swing!

    The SHOWstudio team are thrilled to announce that this season, alongside Lou Stoppard, we will have two exciting new guest chairs for our live panel discussions, Finn MacTaggart and Anastasiia Fedorova!

    Lou Stoppard will be reviewing the shows as usual, alongside freelance journalist Rebecca Gonsalves.

    See our London A/W 17 panel schedule below: 

    J.W. Anderson 8 January 2017 11:45 GMT.

    Guest chair Anastasiia Fedorova


    Writer, Rosie Wallin

    Writer, Hettie Judah

    Editor, Jana Melkumova-Reynolds 

    and Director of MACHINE-A Stavros Karelis 


    Wales Bonner 8 January 2017 19:00 GMT.

    Guest chair Finn Mactaggart 


    Photographer, Campbell Addy

    Designer, Tschan Andrews

    Designer, Nicholas Daley 

    and Musician Thomas Cohen 


    Vivienne Westwood 9 January 2017 14:00 GMT.

    Guest chair Finn Mactaggart


    Artist, Zoe Sidel

    Artist, Sussi 

    and Princess Julia

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    North launches at the Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool tonight!

    North: Identity, Photography, Fashion, co-curated by SHOWstudio Editor-at-Large Lou Stoppard and academic Adam Murray, opens tonight at the Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool.  To celebrate the launch, we are proud to present two brand new interviews as part of our rolling series North.

    Liverpudlian stylist Thom Murphy and Blackburn-born brand consultant Gary Aspden each discuss their personal perspectives on the influence street culture, music and sport have had on representations of Northern identity in fashion and fashion imagery. Set to visuals created by SHOWstudio interns Tom Zambaz and Chiara Broggi using a mix of sourced archive footage and modern technologies, the films provide a visual journey, exploring both place and time. 

    Can't make it to Liverpool tonight? Watch the films here and learn more about the process of the exhibition with Murray's Tumblr Take-over, featuring a selection of his research imagery.

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    Our eleventh Design Download is now available!

    Simone Rocha's skirt pattern for S/S 14 is now available to download as a Christmas gift!

    For our eleventh Design Download, SHOWstudio teams with Simone Rocha, winner of the British Womenswear Designer award at the 2016 British Fashion Awards. The Irish-born, London-based designer has donated the pattern to a three-bite, pearl embellished skirt from her S/S 14 collection. The piece encapsulates her signature twisted take on femininity. Download the pattern and enter our competition.

    Once you've constructed your take on the skirt, simply submit images of your creation to SHOWstudio via Twitter (@SHOWstudio #DesignDownload) and/or email ( for the chance to see your work displayed online in our submissions gallery. Nick Knight and Rocha will review the entries and select their favourite. The winner will be awarded a print of a specially-commissioned illustration by one of our most celebrated contributing artists, British illustrator Fiona Gourlay. The work will feature the skirt as it was originally styled in Rocha’s S/S 14 show. 

    The competition will close on 1 March 2017. Get sewing and keep us updated on your progress! #DesignDownload

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    Watch Nick Knight's 2016 fashion film for Tom Ford's Black Orchid fragrance now!

    Nick Knight's 2016 fashion film for for Tom Ford’s iconic Black Orchid fragrance sees model of the moment Mica Arganaraz enveloped in a billowing burst of smoke.

    Featuring styling by Carine Roitfeld and hair by Sam McKnight, the film explores the dark sensuality inherent in the scent. Thanks to Trey Laird of Laird + Partners for production, Director of Photography Benoit Delhomme and Loic Maes for post-production work!

    Watch the film now!

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    Watch the new series of films in #UNMUTED!

    Amid the socio-political turmoil of 2016, #UNMUTED's four films aim to promote community and equality. Featuring Ebonee Davis, Iskra Lawrence, Leopoldine Huyghues DespointesJillian Mercado and Sandflower, the films see each individual in unspoken conversations with New Yorkers on the subway. 

    Alexandra Gavillet talked about the motivation behind the arresting #UNMUTED fashion films, in the latest interview with SHOWstudio Editorial Assistant Lara Johnson-Wheeler

    'New Yorker's emotions were at an all time high that week, so bringing these strong subjects onto the subway and voicing their vulnerabilities that others can relate to, was needed,' said Gavrillet. 

    The series is shot by Wendy Bowman and produced by Natasha Garoosi.

    Head over to the project to watch all the films and the interview on SHOWstudio now!

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    Watch Conversation 669 by Lyndsay Martin now

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    SHOWstudio is a committed supporter of fashion film and aspiring creatives. To show this support, Nick Knight asks filmmakers from across the globe to submit their work to SHOWstudio - a selection of submissions that Knight finds impressive or inspiring feature on SHOWstudio.

    Lyndsay Martin's work is the most recent to feature on SHOWstudio. The London-based artist's film, entitled Conversation 669, features textured clips of natural and man-made materials. In an exploration of the tactility and sensory nature of memories, the film employs a split screen to highlight the duality between reality and remembering and is set to a soundtrack by band Red Kite.

    Watch the film now! 

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    New Design Download Launching on Christmas Day!

    Our eleventh Design Download is launching 25 December 2016! As a Christmas gift to you, our SHOWstudio audience, we are offering the pattern for a garment from one of London's most celebrated designers to download and make.

    Launched in 2002, SHOWstudio's Design Download initiative has a simple and direct aim: to help demystify the fashion process by offering prestigious designer garment patterns for download via the Internet. Past contributors to the series include John Galliano, Junya Watanabe, J.W. Anderson, Yohji Yamamoto and Alexander McQueen

    Keep an eye out for the skirt pattern launching on Christmas Day! Can you guess the designer? 

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    New Fashion Film Submission by GVN908

    As part of SHOWstudio's commitment to championing fashion film, Nick Knight invites aspiring filmmakers from across the globe to submit their work to SHOWstudio. A selection of submissions that inspired or impressed him feature in our Fashion Film Submissions page.

    The latest edition is a film entitled Gravity by GVN908. GVN908 is a semi-anonymous entity and their work explores rooms where the visceral body is merging with the avatar. It combines blurry VCR filming with graphic illustrations, overlayed with music by WWWINGS and ENDGAME. 

    Watch the film and revisit our previous submissions and send your work to to be considered for inclusion! 



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    New interview with HARD EARS' founder photographer Ronan Mckenzie

    Launching today, 7 December 2016, HARD EARS is photographer Ronan Mckenzie’s debut publication.

    HARD EARS' first issue is a collection of text and imagery inspired by an appreciation of the notion of old.

    In this project, Mckenzie discusses the magazine's inspirations and manifesto alongside two accompanying fashion films, Penny Up and A Practice In The MorningPenny Up, by filmmaker Cieron Magat explores the traditional game of pitching pennies, whilst A Practice In The Morning, by Mckenzie, captures 5 dancers during practise. 

    HARD EARS' Issue 1 is available to buy from our SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A store alongside the Marieyat clothing that can be seen in A Practice In The Morning. 

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    New! Nick Knight's fashion films for the 2016 British Fashion Awards

    For the 2016 British Fashion Awards, Nick Knight created two fashion films, Up and 90210. Both films aim to reflect the clothes and people in fashion that are exciting, but often get overlooked. Knight put great focus on his casting, finding girls through both agencies and Instagram, eschewing the often commonplace lack of diversity and representation within the industry.

    'I think you convince people by showing them there is a better way, so by showing the beauty and strength of these women of colour, it's the best way to convince people that it should be an ethnically diverse fashion world.' - Nick Knight

    Styled by Charlotte Stockdale, Phoebe Arnold and Clemence Lobert, both films showcase a range of contemporary designers including Nasir MazharHood By AirGivenchy and Molly Goddard. Both films feature soundtracks by Travis Scott

    Watch Up and 90210 on SHOWstudio! 

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    Tumblr take-over! Gain insight into Nick Knight's first solo exhibition 'Nick Knight: Image'

    For the 1 to 7 December, the SHOWstudio team will take over the Tumblr page in a curation celebrating the recent opening of Nick Knight: Image, Knight's first solo exhibition at the Daelim Museum in South Korea.

    The Nick Knight: Image Tumblr take-over looks at seven different sections of the exhibition over the seven days, starting with Knight's earliest project Skinheads. This take-over aims to provide insight into the context, circumstance, cultural references and printing techniques that are involved behind Knight’s pioneering work and will feature quotes and analysis from Knight himself alongside friends, subjects and collaborators such as Stephen Jones, Carrie Scott, Lou Stoppard and Judy Blame

    Head over to the SHOWstudio Tumblr today to view the first posts and revisit past take-overs by Sam McKnightAlexander FurySimon FoxtonLiberty Ross and many others.


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