Tony Cohen Catwalk Fashion Show Amsterdam FW2012

January 28, 2012 by  
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Tony Cohen’s new collection had some international allure today. Not only did the production of the show feel like some Paris fashion week show (Rick Owens?), even the designs seemed to aim more at an international market (Haider Ackermann?)

Tony’s designs were asymmetric, duocolored and formed a surprising mix of different textures. Nylon, wool, silk and fur came together in several looks.

Pointed vests and draped cardigans were tight together by leather waistbands and wintery scarves were tossed around the models’ bodies.

Some of dresses will look better on a more curvy woman, the silk pants on the other hand will look unflattering on any woman who’s larger than a size XS.

The deep colored looks (deep green, aubergine and plum) were styled off by dark ankle boots and leather & fur Laimbock gloves; simple, but strong.

It was a pleasant show to watch and we’re sure we’ll see some of these designs on Tony Cohen’s famous clientele (who sat front row this evening) very soon.

Tony Cohen Frontrow Catwalk Fashion Show Amsterdam FW2012

January 28, 2012 by  
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Check out the front row at the Tony Cohen-show. Who was sitting next to whom?

Backstage at Tony Cohen AFW FW2012

Backstage models were dressed in beautiful clothes for the Tony Cohen fashion show. Make-up looked elegant but also tough and punky and matched perfectly with the jewel-tones of the dresses.

2 Love Tony Cohen Catwalk Fashion Show AIFWSS2012

July 17, 2011 by  
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On Sunday night designer Tony Cohen held his second show of the Amsterdam Fashion Week. This time he presented his brand new, second line named 2LOVETONYCOHEN. A more affordable line so more women can own a Tony Cohen.

The models wore colorful shades, Sacha Shoes and very feminine outfits. The first girls sported lots of nudes; frilly dresses, playful tops and elegant blouses. They looked confident as they strutted the runway, hair down (with two small braids), hands in their pockets.

The nudes slowly turned into all kinds of blue shades and even some kind of aqua print. Silk tops, charming scarfs, leather jackets, trenchcoats and T-shirts with sequins followed in red, blue and lilac.

It was a show full of great pieces. And the fact that these are now more affordable will probably make a lot of women happy.


Front Row 2 Love Tony Cohen Catwalk Fashion Show AIFWSS2012

July 17, 2011 by  
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Tony Cohen presented the first collection of his brand new 2LOVETONYCOHEN line. A second, more affordable line with great wearable fashion. In the image gallery below you can see who were there to support him.

Catwalk Fashion Show Tony Cohen SS2012

July 14, 2011 by  
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Tony Cohen was the second designer to present his new summer collection tonight. On a catwalk decorated with beautiful (Frederique van der Wal) flowers he showed a mix of his high-end luxury lines Atelier TonyCohen and TonyCohen.

His looks showed his signature asymmetric, streamlined shapes, which created feminine shapes. His models looks serene in shades variating from nudes to pink. There were some cool party looks as well as pretty hippie-chic, relax outfits.

This Sunday there will be a second Tony Cohen fashion show by the name of 2LOVETONYCOHEN.

Tony Cohen Backstage AIFW 2012

Take a peek backstage at the preparations before the Tony Cohen-show. Model Kim Feenstra got photographed together with her fans and models striked their pose in their Cohen-outfits.

Frontrow at Tony Cohen

Tony Cohen didn’t disappoint his audience. He gave a glamorous show with lots of light, feminine clothes. The frontrow was filled with beautifully dressed people who made something of their outfit and enjoyed the wonderful orchids in their goodiebags.


Highlights 14th edition AIFW FW2011

We did it again! We survived Amsterdam International Fashion Week, with more than 27 shows, presentations and party’s. We shot front-stage, backstage, street-wear, shows and soirees and we loved every minute of it.

More than 20.000 people attended the AIFW this time – amongst them a large group of international bloggers – and we hope they enjoyed themselves as much as we did. We did see some strong collections, beautifully dressed people and a lot of fashion-enthusiasm. We won’t forget the couture-show of Jan Taminiau or the colorful parade of Bas Kosters full with energy and fantasy. And we were surprised by the collection of Marloes Blaas and the sweet romantic style of Sage & Ivy. Die-hards like Tony Cohen and Addy van den Krommenacker demonstrated us what a real professional catwalk-show looks like. And talking about show: you don’t have to tell Supertrash anything about that. This was glamor tot the max!

And let’s not forget Spijkers & Spijkers, Monique Collignon, the LAB-shows, Ready to Fish by Ilja Visser,  Huen Yeu, Velour, Elsien Gringhuis. And the Green Fashion Competition. This is how diverse and inventive Dutch fashion-design is.

Tony Cohen Catwalk Fashion Show FW2011

January 29, 2011 by  
Filed under Amsterdam, Fashion, Featured Items, womenswear

Tony Cohen usually shows his collections in New York. Not this season; as his show was part of the Amsterdam Fashion Week. He did bring some international allure to Amsterdam though; he hired topmodel Kim Noorda to open the show.

His collection was inspired by classic sixties couture and did indeed appear very luxurious. Tony used rich materials like silk, poly crepe and chiffon, mixed with typical winter fabrics like wool, cashmere and lambskin.

The tops and dresses all were very richly embroidered and looked very shiny. Tony also used a lot of draping and pleating in his designs. Therefore the designs didn’t look very tight.

As one of the few designers this week Tony Cohen showed some very good winter designs. Especially his coats (a black wool kimono, a nude lambskin, a pleated overcoat) looked warm and comfy.

The jewelry could have been a little more subtle, but altogether the collection looked lovely.

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