Team-member Peter and Jon went inside the Medina in Casablanca and made a small reportage about it.
The last day of their stay in New Dehli India, Dutch Fashion Here & Now organized a workshop catwalkphotography with Team Peter Stigter. Also the Indigo Embassy popped up hosted by James Veenhoff.
Dutch designer Jan Taminiau is part of the delegation in New Dehli during Dutch Fashion here & Now. And the best of Indian fashion joined hands with him, designer Suneet Varma (a Bollywood favorite in India) is collaborating with Taminiau on a co-creation collection being showed tonight. Both designers worked together during the fittings, but they also joined forces in the ateliers.
NO SHOW: A SHORT FILM BY ARTEZ FASHION MASTERS AND TEAM PETER STIGTER
For the new crop of fashion and shoe designers graduating from the Fashion Masters of ArtEZ Institute of the Arts, Team Peter Stigter developed the film NO SHOW. This short film presents the fashion show which displays the students’ graduation projects in a sparkling setting of both backstage and onstage visuals. Better than a live fashion show, NO SHOW is thus the perfect springboard for an international fashion career.
NO SHOW is on view during the exhibition Basic Instincts, Dutch fashion in context by Premsela, The Netherlands Institute for Design and Fashion and Museum for Modern Art Arnhem (MMKA). Exhibition: Saturday 2 June through Sunday 29 July 2012, Eusebiuskerk, Kerkplein 1, Arnhem.
Photographer Nick Helderman is new to the world of fashion. He knows his way quite well in the music-scene, but is still an outsider to the wonderful, glamorous, intoxicating, exaggerated world of fashion. Peter Stigter invited his talented colleague to experience the Amsterdam International Fashion Week and try to capture his vision in images. Today, part two.
Nick Helderman lives in Amsterdam. He published in Het Parool, Glamcult and OOR. In 2010 he was nominated for the Popview/Lex van Rossen Award. You can look at his portfolio here.
Photographer Nick Helderman is new to the world of fashion. He knows his way quite well in the music-scene, but is still an outsider to the wonderful, glamorous, intoxicating, exaggerated world of fashion. Peter Stigter invited his talented colleague to experience the Amsterdam International Fashion Week and try to capture his vision in images.
Nick Helderman lives in Amsterdam. He published in Het Parool, Glamcult and OOR. In 2010 he was nominated for the Popview/Lex van Rossen Award. You can look at his portfolio here
This edition of AIFW we would like to introduce the different crews behind the scenes. Without them this fashionweek would not work that smooth. No music, no food, no live stream video, no press-releases. Let’s start with our own crew: Team Peter Stigter.
From left to right: Joris Bruring, Peter Stigter, Tess van Daelen, Nick Helderman, Jetty Ferwerda, Jeannette Huisman, Inez Koopman, Jon Loek, Niels vd Top and Lisa Klappe
The winner of Maasmechelen Strike a Pose – a collaboration between Maasmechelen Village an Team Peter Stigter during Fashionclash 2011 – has been announced this afternoon. The duo in the picture won a gift-voucher of 500 euro to be collected at Maasmechelen Village. They will have to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how the can get their award. Conditions are:
- The giftcard has to be collected before august 31st 2011/ the giftcard can be used in all shops at Maasmechelen Village until one year after issue-date/the gift-card has to be collected by the people at the picture and they will have to present a recent ID/there’s only ONE giftcard, when there are more persons at the picture they will have to divide the money
Strike a Pose is a collaboration between Team Peter Stigter and Maasmechelen Village during Fashionclash Maastricht 2011. They give visitors the opportunity to be photographed by the Team. At the end of this fashion weekend a winner of The Fashionclash Pose will be selected by the Team, Maasmechelen Village and the Fashionclash Team. The winner receives a large print of his/her photo and a shopping voucher from Maasmechelen Village worth 500 euro.
The winning photo will be announced via the website of Maasmechelen Village, Fashionclash and Team Peter Stigter. During the Fashionclash-event you can check the taken pictures daily.
It was an exciting day today at the second day of Arnhem Mode Biennale. Team Peter Stigter held their first workshop ever in collaboration with Dudok Arnhem. Thirteen men and women registered for the workshop streetfashion photography and they picked out a wonderful sunny day.
First Peter Stigter and Joris Bruring held a short lecture about the history of streetphotography – Henry Cartier Bresson, Bill Cunningham, The Sartorialist – and after a delicious lunch in the garden of Dudok Arnhem the students were sent off to the centre of Arnhem. Guided by one of our teammembers- Jon, Jeannette or Joris – they had to practice what they learned. And it wasn’t easy. We really admire their courage and the way they worked at the streets, it’s not easy to handle people and stay focused at the same time!