It will be an promising and inspiring fashion year! It was difficult to make a choice which design to sketch.. they are all fabulous and breath taking! A few highlights from a few fabulous Dutch Fashion designers.
Floral embroideries, shiny beads and a self-developed cube print gave the looks it’s typical Claes Iversen touch. The couture creations that followed were nothing less than breath taking. Eleven pieces designed within a beautiful light palette of white, rose, light blue and lilac, adorned with painted florals, crystals and pearls.
Spijkers & Spijkers collection
Inspired by the moon and a trip to Shanghai the Arnhem based designers made earlier this year. Lots of color, graphic cuts and theme-inspired prints like an ikat
pattern designed around Chinese landscapes and cube-like panters. Dresses made of extra soft crêpe de Chine, wool and satin. Ensembles elegant and comfortable, suitable for both office and happy hours.
The Japanese-Dutch designer is not just addressing the creators/designers of fashion, but also the wearer. A black and white collection spiced up with richly colored second hand silks. A fun silhouette of boxy tops and A-line skirts topped of by quite classic beauty looks.
‘I am every woman’ and ‘R.E.S.P.E.C.T.’ Monique Collignon sent out luxurious looking elegant ensembles. In a winter proof palette of purple, green, brown and navy her fierce models looked classy and fierce. A beige and blue look topped off with a filt hat. From basic outfits to party looks extravaganza Monique Collignon will hook you up with the best slow fashion creations next winter.
The moody womenswear looks were cut tight to the body, dark shaded (in black, grey, brown and a touch of red). Looks both tough as well as graceful (with statement jewelry pieces and chunky leather boots). A little more classic than before, with a focus on the waistline and a type of A-line silhouette. Long lean silhouettes in the mix with a few playful short dresses, leather and lace, fur and sheerness added some nice contrast.