Lou Stoppard is SHOWstudio's Editor and a freelance writer, curator and broadcaster. She is a Contributing Editor at GQ and writes regularly for titles including Vogue, ELLE and The Financial Times. She completed her undergraduate degree at Oxford University, earning a first class BA in History, before moving to Central Saint Martins College to pursue a Master's degree in Fashion Journalism.
Stoppard is particularly known for her interviews and has conducted written and video conversations with the likes of Wolfgang Tillmans, Kanye West, Philip Treacy, Stephen Jones, Sir Paul Smith, Jeremy Scott, Nicola Formichetti, Alexandra Shulman, Daphne Guinness, Bryan Ferry, David Sims and Peter Lindbergh, amongst many others.
Stoppard also works as a freelance moderator and chair. She has collaborated with the V&A as part of their V&A Connects and Talking Fashion series and has worked with the likes of Topshop and Selfridges on talks. She regularly gives guest lectures at The London College of Fashion and Central Saint Martins.
In 2016, Stoppard curated her first exhibition, Mad About The Boy, at Fashion Space Gallery in London. The show focused on fashion's obsession with and portrayal of the teenage boy and featured work by Glen Luchford, Raf Simons, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Kim Jones, Nick Knight and Meadham Kirchhoff. Her second exhibition, an exploration of the influence of the North of England on fashion, co-curated with Adam Murray, opened at Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool in January 2017 and will tour to Somerset House in London in November 2017 to February 2018.
Stoppard's debut book, Fashion Together, will be published by Rizzoli in 2017. It will focus on fashion's most interesting and fruitful creative relationships.
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