Launched on 07 February 2020

In Greek mythology, maenads were the female followers of Dionysus, the god of pleasure: their name translates as 'raving ones.’ Against a brightly lit studio backdrop, a collection of women celebrate their bodies through independent touch and movement in emerging designer Sinéad O'Dwyer's wearable sculptures, moulded from fibreglass to emulate and exaggerate unique body shapes, honouring each distinct form.

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07 May 2013
Coinciding with our 'SHOWcabinet: Prosthetics' exhibition, SHOWstudio created a season of fashion films and panel discussions to explore the empowering aspects of prosthetics.

Ceremonial Formality

24 February 2020
Frederik Heyman's fashion film explores transcending the limitations of our natural condition.

One In Ten

17 November 2000
If breast cancer affects one-in-ten women, why is it invisible in fashion photography?
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