woensdag 29 juni 2011

FASHIONCLASH visit to Amber & Arnhem Mode Biennale

Last weekend FASHIONCLASH visited Arnhem Mode Biennale and really liked it.
If you have to see it!
For more information: http://www.arnhemmodebiennale.com

FASHIONCLASH Team: Branko, Nawie & Laurens

Great work by young talents

A.F Vandevorst

Klavers van Engelen 

Spijkers en Spijkers in MMKA

woensdag 22 juni 2011

Toni & Guy at FASHIONCLASH Maastricht 2011

For the third edition of FASHIONCLASH Maastricht Toni & Guy team were responsible for stunning hairstyles. Specially for the Fashion Procession that was presented a the opening their team created this beautiful miters (see below). label.m supported Toni & Guy and the event with ther hair products!

All pictures by Peter Stigter and Team Peter Stigter



M.A.C Cosmetics at FASHIONCLASH Maastricht 2011

Designer, Iris van Daalen
This year FASHIONCLASH teamed up with the amazing team of M.A.C Cosmetics for the third time.
Here is a short impression of their work and backstage during this third edition of FASHIONCLASH Maastricht.

All Pictures by Peter Stigter, and Team Peter Stigter.

Mem Couture

maandag 20 juni 2011

Prints! in fashion and costume history

stunning picture and creation
Mastori*Motwary Studio Couture
Fall 2011
Prints! In fashion and costume history 1750 - 2000

from 25.06 - 08.01.2012
MHM Fashion Museum Hasselt
Printed textile is a decorative art form, used for interiors as well as for clothing. The varieties of motifs often reflect the collective taste and Zeitgeist of a certain period. Printing textile is also a complex industrial process and as such dependend on innovation, mechanisation, research and technological progress.

European textile printing finds its origins in the India of 2000 B.C. Indian fabrics were introduced through trade (East Indian Company) to Europe. The attractive use of colours and motifs seduced the European public, hungry as it was for anything exotic.
The fabric was also a good alternative for heavy silk, wool and linen. The demand for these new fabrics quickly exceeded the supply: a booming copying economy of Indian fabrics was born. These Indiennes (Chintz) were adapted to European flavours.

Until the end of the 18th century motifs remained mainly derivations of the original floral pattern from India, but the industrial revolution at the beginning of the 19th century brought about radical change. Under the impulse of science and mechanisation, the printing of textiles became an industrial process still expanding today.

In contemporary fashion we find a variety of prints, depending on trends. They vary from references to historical patterns (landscapes, floral and bucolic figures) to innovative, experimental motifs. It became the trademark of a diversity of designers such as Emilio Pucci, Dries Van Noten, Hermès (carré) and Missoni.

Lenders: Musée de l’impression sur étoffes (Mulhouse), Musée de la Toile de Jouy (Jouy-en-Josas), Hermès (Paris), Royal Museum for Art and History (Brussels), Gemeentemuseum The Hague, Musée de la Vie Wallonne (Luik).

For more information: http://www.modemuseumhasselt.be

zondag 19 juni 2011

ABKM SHOW 2011: Done

ABKM SHOW by Fashion and Textile department of Academy of Fine Arts Maastricht presents:

2nd year
- Manteaux: ‘Blast’

3rd year
- Man suits: ‘Suitable’
- Mini collections: ‘Today we fight for a better tomorrow’
- Sweaters: ‘Knitted’

2nd Year Mantaeux 'Blast'
 4th year (graduation collections): ‘Done’
- Anna Liesnik
- Anne-Kathrin Bannier
- Deniece Clermonts
- Eva Bellengé
- Iris Lamerichs
- Jenny Kloszynski
- Milena Lehr
- Rebecca Fuchs
- Rosi Muller


Our talented designers backstage

Iris van Daalen
Matylda Krzykowski preparing Clash project
outfit by Sue Doeksen

Tessa Wagenvoort

donderdag 16 juni 2011

This was the FASHIONCLASH Maastricht 2011 Expo

This is an overview of the Exhibition at FASHIONCLASH Maastricht 2011.
The exhibition represented the soul of FASHIONCLASH, A clash with fashion.
Exposition showed fashion in the broadest perspective: fashion, textile, photography, video, performance, jewellery and more.
The exhibition is designed and visually supported by architects Tim Prins and Nora Müller from P-EN-M architects. They did an amazing thing this year: THANK YOU!
almost all pictures are by Team Peter Stigter

Nora Müller

Tim Prins

Opening FASHIONCLASH Maastricht 2011

Friday night, 10 June, the third edition of FASHIONCLASH Maastricht opened!
Around 500 people attended the opening of this unique event that takes a whole year to organise.
Daria Bukvic hosted the evening in a cool dress by Julia Kaskin, 2nd year fashion student from ABKM.
Sheila Oroschin speeched and than interviewed the alderman of culture, Jacques Costongs.
At the end of the interview Jacques Costongs thanked FC Team, Branko Popovic, Nawie Kuiper and Laurens Hamacher, by awarding them with the Star of Maastricht!

In the opening show Clash project premiered. There was also a preview for the ABKM show with 2nd year fashion students and Fashion Procession with stunning hair by Toni & Guy.
M.A.C Cosmetics created looks inspired by Fashion Procession and religion.

Fashion Procession
outfit by Bernadette van de Braak

Fashion Procession

Sheila Oroschin and Jacques Costongs

ABKM preview

ABKM preview

Clash Project

The Offer Berlin show at FASHIONCLASH Maastricht 2011

The OFFER Berlin show took place Friday night June 10th.

- Manikó
- Von Bardonitz
- Friederike Porscha
- Moga E Mago
- Tata Christiane
- Ta-Ste


Pictures by Peter Stigter

Von Bardonitz
Von Bardonitz
Von Bardonitz

Friederike Porscha

Moga E Mago

Moga E Mago

Tata Christiane
Tata Christiane

Tata Christiane
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