June 24, 2018 by  
Filed under Fashion

Another fashion filled M-ODE day on Friday! During the three catwalk shows at the Zuiveringshal and an exclusive collection presentation we got inspired by new fashion designs by upcoming Dutch design talents and their interesting sustainability ideas. Click through our galleries below to see their collections.

Tableau Vivant at the presentation of Amber Ambrose Aurelie & Judith v Vliet’s collection “Van Hollandse bodem” with asymmetric clothes and high heeled, chunky shoes made out of recycled jeans. Primary colors and Mondriaan prints turned the designs into eye catching looks. Combined with fluffy white fur denim was given an angelic twist as chunky knits, pleated details and structured bodies gave the collection a textured appearance.

Sophie Roumans presented her sustainable and comfy menswear collection “Omerta”. Sophie designs without a certain season in mind aiming at a global identity using eco friendly fabrics and rest materials. Her models looked relaxed in their casual yet perfectly tailored clothes. A pair of high waisted pants, airy knits, a corduroy suit and asymmetric cross over jackets were Omerta’s true show stoppers. Impressive items any fashionable guy would want to put up on his wishlist. Keepers, ever greeners, solid pieces to hold on to for ages and combine differently every single season.

INEEN by LEBL & Lhana Marlet presented a wearable collection (print design and denim being the main ingredients) based on style and personality, made out of left over materials with a zero waste mindset. Silk and shiny fabrics with the most vibrant prints caught our eye during this show. They were alternated with full on denim looks. Models looked both streetwise and tough and didn’t seem to be bothered by their crazy wigs and high fisher hats.

An intimate presentation for Anne De Grijff’s womenswear label presented from “De werkkamer” In line with the international neon (menswear) fashion trend Anne de Grijff’s collection was spot on. Her looks were loose, airy, feminine and despite their refreshing touches and details had a classic feeling to them. Co-ords for the office as well as dinner dates. This was formal with a twist. Lots to like for women in their thirties as well as their sixties.

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