Why I Love Michael Clark and You Should Too
Ahead of the original scheduled closure of Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer on January 3, Christina Donoghue reflects on the dancer’s career and why he’s not your average ballet dancer.
Kim Gordon Releases New Book 'No Icon'
In a follow-up to her 2015 autobiography 'Girl in a Band: A Memoir,' the 90s style icon has compiled a hardcover visual scrapbook of her life.
Live Panel Discussion
Panel Discussion: Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood A/W 20 Womenswear
Lyall Hakaraia is joined by Aaron Eschref, Maximilian Raynor, Michelle Fornera and Clodie Worboys to discuss the Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood A/W 20 womenswear show.
Live Review: Noir Kei Ninomiya A/W 20 Womenswear
Live from Paris, fashion editor Georgina Evans reviews the Noir Kei Ninomiya A/W 20 womenswear show with content editor Calum Knight.
Live Review: Rick Owens A/W 20 Womenswear
Live from Paris, fashion editor Georgina Evans reviews the Rick Owens A/W 20 womenswear show with content editor Calum Knight.
Fashion Film: Open Up
Director Christelle de Castro captures the spirit of Nicola Formichetti's ballet inspired S/S 16 collection for Nicopanda, playing with the dancers’ natural fluidity, encapsulating a genderless freedom and the importance of self-expression.
The Misfortune of Desire
Regular collaborators Sarah Piantadosi and Ellie Grace Cumming unite on a film starring Aza Shade, Manflu's celebrated front-woman.
Fashion Film: The Misfortune of Desire
Manflu's frontwoman Aza Shade is celebrated in this fashion film, set against a spoken word soundtrack by a provocateur of the previous generation, Lydia Lunch.
Fashion Film: Too Punk to Fuck
Filmmaker and film editor Raquel Couceiro's contribution to the Punk series is about 'hard women, bad men and beasts', and features monstrous footwear by Scarlet Fever.
Fashion Film: Drew Arnold
3D specialist Drew Arnold creates animated LED visions with model Soo Joo Park, as a visual manifestation of punk's raw energy.
A fashion film series exploring punk's central theme of personal expression, with contributions by the likes of Judy Blame, Bella Freud, Liberty Ross and Tom Guinness.
Fashion Film: Blood Rose
Lady Amanda Harlech unites with Marie Schuller on a film that explores pain as expression.
Queen of Hell
Artist Danielle Neu takes inspiration from the magic of the leather jacket, the fantasy of the female biker, and Kenneth Anger’s Scorpio Rising in this new fashion film.
Fashion Film: Queen of Hell
'This is an ode to my mother, grandmother, and all who hope that their children won’t get on a machine, strip down on their knees, and dance around the fire.' Watch artist Danielle Neu's punk inspired fashion film.
Tumblr Takeover: Danielle Neu
Artist Danielle Neu curated the SHOWstudio Tumblr for a week, exploring one of fashion's favourite staples, the black leather jacket.
Fashion Film: Sex Dress
Photographer Greg Kadel's film draws inspiration from model Natasa Vojnovic, who stars in the film wearing a dress created by stylist Bill Mullen.
Fashion Film: Punk Love
Marcos Mello adopts the technique of 'motion light painting' to tell a story of a 'cathartic encounter of Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen's souls.'
Fashion Film: PVNK
Designer Carri Munden's 3D fashion film takes its cue punk's tradition of taking style from the streets–Munden cast the model in Hackney.
Fashion Film: Something Else
Couturier Deborah Milner teamed up with filmmaker Peter Gray to evoke her inspirations of multiple personalities; elegance, Mad Max and, of course, punk.
Fashion Film: God Should Have Saved Diana
Tumblr start Leo Frango (Ejakulation) contributes a film made on the Mac Photobooth App to our Punk project.
Fashion Film: Punkifiee
Aza Shade's fashion film tells a tale of a girl obsessed with original punk ideals, who transforms herself from a shy girl on the outside looking into a Siouxsie Sioux inspired, DIY vixen.
Interview: Ku Khanh on Two Punk Girls
Ku Khanh recalls the circumstances around his famous shot of two punk girls with a leash.
Fashion Film: Judy Blame
Judy Blame embodied the punk DIY rituals in a sketchbook brought to life by our own Jon Emmony.