The FabulousFAB Pop-up Store is open from the 15th of November 2014 until the 15th of January 2015 at Kapelstraat 45, Hasselt.
After successful editions in Hasselt (2011), Maastricht (2012), Aachen (2013), FAB Pop-Up Store returned in Hasselt and opened for the 4th time.
Fashion Across Borders npo (FAB), is a collaboration between Fashion Museum Hasselt, FASHIONCLASH (Maastricht) and Designmetropole Aachen.
This Euregional fashion platform was founded to support fashion talent and the fashion industry within the Euregion Meuse-Rhine. FAB enables emerging talents to show the world what they are capable of with a fabulous FAB Pop-Up store.
Come and check it out!
Participating designers: Tyson Ernste, Tom Van Der Borght, Scharp Inc., Strikks, Hanne De Wyngaert, Joelle Boers, Stefan Meuwissen, Branko Popovic, Monique Poolmans, Hui Hui, Ebby Port, Bernadette Van De Braak, Lena Berens, K-sus, Aicha Gerards, Titi+the German Kid, Danielle Vroemen, Sofie Hermans, Nina Furher, No More Twist, Noana Giambra, PYG Design, Lies Wambacq, Sulzkottlet, Ann Boogaerts.
SUBSCRIBE to meet & greet with FAB DESIGNERS (December 13)- here
3 x Hotspots at Maastrichter Heidenstraat in Maastricht's Jekerkwartier
Once in a while Maastricht gets a new hotspot, this time in the up-and-coming neighbourhood Jekerkwartier where designer Milan Palma opens his studio / store.
Located at Maastrichter Heidenstraat 3A in Maastricht, Milan Palma Studio/Atelier offers handmade leather bags and accessories. But there is more in the same street (Maastrichter Heidenstraat), you can shop and have a coffee just across at Le Marais Deux & Koffieandbuy unique made in Maastricht clothing at LB Lena Berens Studio/Store.
FASHIONCLASH presented Dutch fashion talent at Cologne Fashion Days
COLOGNE FASHION DAYS 14 – 16 November 2014 at NEW YORKER | DOCK.ONE
The guest country for Cologne Fashion Days 2014 was the Netherlands and FASHIONCLASH was invited to present emerging Dutch designers. Within the „Think Dutch Space”, diversity, innovation and creativity of Dutch fashion design was on display. Presentation showcased fashion in the broadest sense of the word, next to fashion design there was shoe design, textile design and accessories.
On Saturday, November 16 the forth edition of Cologne Catwalk took place with a fashion show that featured Judith van Vliet x Chris van den Elzen and Jivika Biervliet in collaboration with designer Peter Hsieh and shoe designer Ruben Lekkerkerker.
Chris van den Elzen & Judith van Vliet are winners of Cologne Catwalk Award 2014.
– Liselore Frowijn
– Deniz Terli
– Joelle Boers Studio
– Ebby Port
– Mevan Kaluarachchi
– Jivika Biervliet in collaboration with Peter Hsieh and Ruben Lekkerkerker
– Bas Kosters Studio
– by Sanne Jansen
– Chris van den Elzen & Judith van Vliet
COLOGNE FASHION DAYS 14 – 16 November
NEW YORKER | DOCK.ONE
COLOGNE CATWALK 15 November
COLOGNE FASHION DAYS 2014
The New Fashion Format in Cologne More than 30 national & international Young Couture labels present and sell their latest collections.
The long-awaited premier of the CFD | COLOGNE FASHION DAYS 2014, a three-day trade fair for fashion enthusiasts, will take place in THE NEW YORKER | DOCK.ONE in Cologne-Mülheim from the 14th through the 16th of November. The CFD will also provide a brilliant and promising framework for the 4th edition of the highly successful COLOGNE CATWALK, which will take place on the 15th of November.
The COLOGNE FASHION DAYS and the COLOGNE CATWALK both take place under the patronage of Garrelt Duin, Minister for Economic Affairs, Energy, Industry and Commerce of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia. As organizer of both events, Ralf Daab and the team of the Cologne-based publishing house DAAB are particularly pleased about the cooperation with TM TextilMitteilungen, the visionary dialogue-magazine for fashion professionals and FashionUnited, a leading international industry network for fashion professionals.
The CFD is aimed at ultimate consumers, while also serving as a PR and marketing platform for young designers and emerging talents. Buying agents are, of course, also welcome; here, they can discover innovative fashion labels and order trendy new collections for their shops. With its cool industrial charm, DOCK.ONE in the Mülheim Harbour is an ideal event location for the new trade fair.
More than 30 fashion labels from Germany and abroad will present their latest collections and sell these directly to ultimate consumers. In addition to innovative designers from Germany and numerous international labels, including, among others, BRACHMANN, LAROMO + PADICI or JOLONTÉ VOUS!, the local Cologne fashion scene is represented by the likes of, among others, CHANG13 and LIEV by Olivia Zirkel. Special guest country this year is the Netherlands. In cooperation with the internationally active, fashion platform FASHIONCLASH from Maastricht, the Netherlands are presenting a choice selection of ten Dutch designers, including BAS KOSTERS, ebby port, Deniz Terli, Chris van den Elzen, Judith van Vliet and Liselore Frowijn, in the THINK DUTCH SPACE.
On all three fair days, an interesting supplementary program will present lectures, interviews and talks revolving around the world of fashion on the CFD Stage. Finally, fashion schools will also provide information on their educational programs like Design Department from Düsseldorf.
The 4th COLOGNE CATWALK will take place on Saturday, the 15th of November. Artistic Director of the COLOGNE CATWALK is Waldek Szymkowiak, who has choreographed shows for labels such as Michalsky, Dolce & Gabbana and Christian Dior. A jury will select six designers from among all fair participants to present their latest collections in the show section of the COLOGNE CATWALK. More than 500 guests are expected to attend the “wavemusic Private Chill” after-show party.
Tickets for the COLOGNE FASION DAYS and the COLOGNE CATWALK are available at KölnTicket.de. http://goo.gl/JzOr5R
FASHIONCLASH presents Dutch fashion talent at Cologne Fashion Days
The guest country for Cologne Fashion Days 2014 is the Netherlands and FASHIONCLASH is invited to present 11 emerging Dutch designers. Within the „Think Dutch Space”, diversity, innovation and creativity of Dutch fashion design will be on display. Presentation will show fashion in the broadest sense of the word, next to fashion design one can find shoe design, textile design and accessories.
Selection of designers includes award winning talents like Liselore Frowijn (Prix Chloé at Hyères International Festival de la Mode 2014) and shoe designer Deniz Terli (Clarks Shoe Design Award). Furthermore one can discover fashion by Joelle Boers, Ebby Port, by Sanne Jansen and menswear design of Mevan Kaluarachchi and Jivika Biervliet. Designers Judith van Vliet and Chris van den Elzen joined forces with success at FASHIONCLASH Festival 2014 and now their innovative work will be exhibited at Cologne Fashion Days.
Special feature within the space will be filled with work by already known name in the fashion scene, Bas Kosters, who is a great example of multidisciplinarity and artistic freedom.
All participants have already presented their collections on stages in The Netherlands (Amsterdam Fashion Week, FASHIONCLASH Festival) and abroad (London Fashion Week, Vienna Fashion Week). FASHIONCLASH invites you to come to Cologne and discover new generation of Dutch fashion talent.
FASHIONCLASH had a pleasure to invite young, Polish designer, who just
debuted at the FashionPhilosophy Fashion
Week. It was first ZWYRD’s collection ever created and ever shown and at once
people fell in love in his masculine and nature-inspired designs. Question was,
if Grzegorz Marcisz, the owner of ZWYRD, will continue his success with his
second collection. And you know what? He did!
collection of ZWYRD focuses on the science fiction theme – Grzegorz’s aim was
to present his own vision of the future. In case of Marcisz, the theme is not a
random words, which are supposed to fill in the catalogue or a press info – the
general destruction of the world, pessimistic image of the future is visible in
his designs. Grzegorz based his colors and hues on very dark cobalt, metallic
silver, greys, black and white. He also included semi-transparent black
materials and colorfull prints, which resembled explosion (matching with the
theme of destruction).
In case of
ZWYRD, it is extremely impressive, that such a young designer (he is actually still a student) creates coherent,
mature and interesting collections. The same goes with the shows themselves –
barely anyone uses metal/rock music to the fashion-shows. We cross our fingers
for ZWYRD and we wish, that this young Polish talent will create many goods for
European fashion. All images are by Martyna Wasiak