For the past decades, due to the rapid evolving of fast fashion industry, the issues of sustainability and transparency in fashion are getting more and more attention worldwide.
Together with a young generation of designers, dedicated fashion professionals work hard to find the alternative solutions that will minimize the impact on the environment and increase the social responsibility.
Sustainable fashion is also an emerging topic in the Netherlands. Next to research, various activities and events are being organized in different parts of the country to address the issue.
From October 19th to 22nd the forth edition of Pause Conscious Pop Up took place at the Posthoornkerk in Amsterdam. Continue Reading
This summer the fashion celebrations in Amsterdam started on the 3d of July with an official opening party Fashion is WOW. For the next 10 days the attention of the entire fashionable community in The Netherlands was focused on one of the biggest fashion events in the country. Continue Reading
One of the most iconic bags of all times – Chanel 2.55 – celebrates its 60th anniversary in February 2015. Exactly 60 years ago in February 1955 Gabrielle Chanel introduced the famous 2.55 shoulder bag to the market.
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of this iconic Chanel piece, the museum of bags and purses in Amsterdam Tassenmuseum Hendrikje is currently hosting a temporary exhibition named “Happy Birthday Chanel! 60 years of the 2.55”. Continue Reading
Downtown events, parties, shopping and amazing fashion shows…another edition of the Amsterdam Fashion Week came to an end. I did my best to share with you as much as possible about the events and I really hope you enjoyed this fashion week with me. In the end as promised I am sharing with you my outfit inspirations for each of the events I attended. Continue Reading
My this year’s first catwalk show and one of the last shows of the fashion week was the catwalk by Dorhout Mees.
STAGES is the name of the new collection, where the designer, inspired by declined and decayed theaters, was translating it into a wearable artwork. For about 15 minutes everyone was carried away into a world of old, forgotten theaters, where one can still hear the echo of the very last performance. Continue Reading
On Wednesday evening, all excited about the upcoming event, I headed to the station to catch the train to Amsterdam. The last couple of days were quite busy for me, I didn’t get enough sleep and was very tired when I took my place in the train. Apparently the monotone motion of the train worked like a sleeping peel on me and I fell asleep without even noticing it. First time in my life, I fell asleep in the train! Continue Reading