Natalie Massenet

Editor Mimma Viglezio interviews entrepreneur Dame Natalie Massenet, British-American fashion entrepreneur and former journalist, who founded the designer fashion portal Net-a-Porter.




Shirin Neshat on Film as a Democratic Art Form, Her Iranian Heritage And Being a Female Artist

Contemporary Iranian artist Shirin Neshat sat down with Nick Knight to discuss their respective creative practices for Photo London 2021. The pair talk about the differences between the art world and the fashion world, the still image versus the moving image, film as a democratic art form and the importance of artists' relationships with their audience.en, Charles Jeffrey, Gareth Pugh and many more.




SHOWstudio Unpicks the Future of Digital Fashion

SHOWstudio features editor Hetty Mahlich sat down with our panel of experts from across the digital realm to discuss fashion’s current obsession with the metaverse. They discussed the long-term sustainability of digital fashion, diversity and taking up space online, and yes: even explained what an NFT is. Tune in to hear what digital fashion designer Taskin Goec, gamer Jasmine Asia, tech business director Peter Jeun Ho, and creative consultant Alyssa Mosley have to say about the future of cyber chic.




Join Gigi Hadid on Her Interstellar Haute Couture Voyage with Fei Fei Sun

A never-before-seen fashion film of Gigi Hadid and Fei Fei Sun, captured by Nick Knight in 2019. Both models are caught as if somewhere between outer space and the beaming lights of a city skyline, feeling future-driven and timeless simultaneously, and wearing Chanel couture from the last collection created by the late Karl Lagerfeld, as well as from Armani Privé, Iris van Herpen, Christian Dior, Maison Margiela, Givenchy and Valentino.




Disrupt, distort, disguise

Named after Zanaughtti's instagram moniker, '@uglyworldwide' sees Zanaughtti distort, enhance and experiment with her physical appearance in a series of ten high-octane looks. Accessorising herself with fake bugs, helmets, tennis balls and anything she happens upon, Zanaughtti walks through the streets of central London, shocking – or amazing – those she passes. Music: Black Motorcycle by Fotomachine Music Supervision: Dean Bryce for Don’t Sleep




S.W.A.L.K. | Maison Margiela Artisanal Co-Ed Collection Autumn-Winter 2020

Maison Margiela presents the Artisanal Co-Ed Collection for Autumn-Winter 2020. Creative director John Galliano detects a desire for transparency: a new consciousness clarified by the illumination of the creative process and the human values it represents. Through the format of film, the Artisanal practice is captured by image-maker Nick Knight. Content Editor: Calum Knight




John Galliano In Conversation With Nick Knight On The Future Of Fashion

John Galliano joins Nick Knight in conversation to discuss creating S.W.A.L.K. , a fashion film cum documentary for Maison Margiela Artisanal A/W 20. Here Galliano describes mourning the fashion show as we know it, and creating a new blueprint for fashion's future with Knight. The frequent collaborators discuss their over two decade long artistic relationship, and how this led to a new imagining of Maison Margiela. Describing fittings with Galliano’s muses, the atmosphere on Knight’s set and illuminating the core values of the house to the world via film, Galliano details a desire for transparency and new beginnings for the Maison. Made in collaboration with SHOWstudio, S.W.A.L.K. opens the doors of the Margiela Atelier like never before via a myriad of film and surveillance techniques such as GoPro’s on the heads of the petite mains and drones flying into the studio. The process documentary features Knight's signature image manipulation and brings in such disparate references as the 80s club scene Blitz Kids, the veiled marble statues of the 1800s, and mysterious happenings in the Margiela Maison. Content Edit: Calum Knight




Nick Knight on designing Kanye West’s YZY SPLY website

'Working with someone who knows exactly what they want is refreshing', explains image-maker Nick Knight in a documentary revealing the creative process behind creating Kanye West’s Yeezy Supply website. Worked on tirelessly by Knight and various members of the SHOWstudio team, the project began to materialise when Knight directed the music video for BLKKK SKKKNHEAD in 2013. Here, SHOWstudio’s director explains how over the years West’s artistic output has changed. In turn, the website, which began as one dictated by a 'non-artistic approach' characterised by a low-fi aesthetic partly inspired by highly functional medical supply shopping sites, became somewhat more poetic. It is a website with no words, an intimate experience which features real people the user can try clothes on and learn more about. 'There's been over 10,000 hours of work and at least twice that many images, considered and made, to give what I believe is a beautifully simple website' Nick Knight.




Tim Blanks Breaks Down Iconic 90's Fashion Shows

Tim Blanks, the esteemed editor-at-large, dives into his must-see shows from fashion past. Picking his cream of the crop from the nineties, a golden age for the fashion show, Blanks recounts Jean Paul Gaultier’s S/S 94 ‘Le Tatouage’ collection, Alexander McQueen’s S/S 98 ‘Golden Showers’ show and John Galliano’s Christian Dior S/S 98 haute couture offering, staged within the palatial Opera Garnier. View the interviews in full exclusively on Looking back to an age before social media gave the world access to the fashion show, SHOWstudio's 'Narrated Catwalk' series invites revered fashion journalists to give their front account of three memorable runway moments.




Tino Kamal - I Ain't Gotta Lie




ZILVER's Pedro Lourenço on horoscopes, sustainability and brand ethos

Designer Pedro Lourenço talks through his ZILVER Autumn Winter 2019 collection with Georgina Evans for a re-see. The pair discuss the brand’s founding, engagement with sustainable materials, and zeitgeist. Lourenço also offers insight into the brand’s relation to the zodiac, which guides the direction, design, and production of each collection.




Cut 'n' Shut

In a response to overconsumption, Lantink approaches fashion with a DIY attitude, splicing together deadstock or what would be discarded garments to create exciting, new designs. Edited by and , Cut 'n' Shut mirrors Lantink’s cut-up ethos with amusing green screens and overlays.

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