Nick Knight and Matthew Williams continue to collaborate, bringing you a brand new fashion film entitled New Happiness · Love Chaos, featuring the dual Alyx S/S 17 collections, watch it now on SHOWstudio!
We've launched a brand new interview with Dries van Noten, filmed exclusively for SHOWstudio in collaboration with JOYCE, the Hong Kong based retailer.
Watch the Belgian designer speak to Lou Stoppard about how his upbring amongst tailors contributed to his thoughtful use and creation of fabrics, the importance of the shop in an e-commerce driven indsutry and what his reponse would be if approached by the high street brand H&M.
Be sure to watch the full interview exclusively on SHOWstudio! And visit our 'In Fashion' series to see more interviews featuring the individuals who help shape the landscape of contemporary fashion.
Don't miss the new exhibition at NOW Gallery from young talent, Molly Goddard! Entitled 'What I Like', the show encourages its audience to interact with the seven signature tulle Molly Goddard dresses on display.
The dresses, recognisable in their shapes and colours, black, white, grey, shocking pink, neon green, traffic cone orange and tomato red, are remarkable in their length. Towering from the ceiling, each dress is on a pulley to be raised or lowered to a height at which visitors can sit and embroider directly onto the gauze. At the end of the show, one of the dresses will be auctioned for charity.
'What I Like' is showing until 19 February 2106 at NOW Gallery, The Gateway Pavilions, Peninsula Square, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 0SQ. Admission is free! Until then, watch one of Molly's dresses in motion in Nick Knight's fashion film, 'The Worst Crime is Faking It'.
Custom made latex undergarments by Atsuko Kudo serve as grounding elements and offer a contrast to the delicate beauty of the couture clothes.
When placed within the atmosphere of Knight's daylight studio, amongst set design by Andrew Tomlinson, Scott calls to mind Cecil Beaton's sixties portraits of Jean Shrimpton.
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Our entire body of work from 2002 is now available to watch on YouTube! Go back and see what was happening at SHOWstudio fourteen years ago, from our Transformer series with Alexander McQueen and Katy England, to More Beautiful Women with Linda Evangelista and Erin O'Connor.
SHOWstudio strives to document fashion as it happens, be sure to take advantage of this time capsule of information and explore our achive from the turn of the century!
For the 1 to 7 November, the the team behind Hair by Sam McKnight took over the SHOWstudio Tumblr page in a guest curation celebrating the opening of the new exhibition at Somerset House.
The Hair by Sam McKnight Tumblr take-over looked at the behind-the-scenes creation of the exhibition, along with research and seminal Sam McKnight photographs and magazine covers. Each few days were run by a different member of the team, starting with archivist Tory Turk, followed by Sam McKnight, Eamonn Hughes, Myles Grimsdale and Shonagh Marshall. See our interview with Marshall from our Hair project, explaining the - at times - difficult task of curating with hair.
For the second year in a row SHOWstudio is participating in the Santiago International Fashion Film Festival. This year's SAIFFF will include lectures, conversations and retrospectives around fashion and film. Alongside these activites will be a curated exhibition of the entires from the competition and a special reel of footage from SHOWstudio's fashion film archive!
One of last year's selected directors of SHOWstudio at SHOWstudio Fashion Film Award, Jon Jacobsen, is exhibiting a solo show at SAIFFF 2016 titled, Ekeko, featuring his unique style of combining photography and illustration.
The festival will take place on the 22 to 26 November 2016 in the Providencia Cultural Foundation in Santiago, Chile.