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Lichting 2013

Lichting 2013

It’s that one show during Amsterdam Fashion Week that attracts the most diverse audience and never disappoints. This year’s lucky winner is Henriëtte Tilanus from ArtEZ Institute of the Arts. 

 

A Forgotten Path

A Forgotten Path

The audience sat with baited breath as Winde Rienstra sent her first model down the catwalk, chaperoned by men in suits, models were made to walk on what seemed like thirty centimeter high heels. 

The Ruin Exhibition

The Ruin Exhibition

The Ruin is an exhibition running this summer in Rotterdam that delves into some of the issues that will be dealt with in the future by The New Institute.
 

 

Garment  - your editorial wardrobe

Garment - your editorial wardrobe

Marking the tenth anniversary of Amfi’s annual independent fashion magazine – this year titled GARMENT – your editorial wardrobe – is an exhibition at Foam, the photography museum in Amsterdam.

Wiel Arets in Print

Wiel Arets in Print

One of the latest publications by the famous notebook makers Moleskin, looks at the works and drawings of Dutch architect Wiel Arets. 

 

Sophie Krier's Field Essays

Sophie Krier's Field Essays

In her series Field Essays Sophie Krier strives to understand the design process. Just out is Issue One, bringing together designer Jonathan Muecke and artist Bas Princen.  It is three years since Issue Zero was released.

Brands & Identity at Amfi

Brands & Identity at Amfi

Amfi standout graduate Merel Korteweg impressed hundreds of visitors during Fashion Transit, the annual graduation exhibition, with the fashion identity proposal she created for Danish interiors firm, Hay.

 

Dear Fashion Diary

Dear Fashion Diary

Now that summer is upon us some creative reading material may come in handy. BIS publishers offers fashion lovers a guided tour of scrapbooking in the form of Dear Fashion Diary.

Changing Identity

Changing Identity

Designer Samira Boon is working with heat-reactive yarn on two new projects that allow the user to interact with textiles. 

 

Works That Work (second edition)

Works That Work (second edition)

It’s a brave move to start a new printed design magazine given the tide of change to digital publishing.  But the second edition of Peter Bilak’s “Works That Work” has just come out, and it seems to be striking a chord with its readership.

 

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