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6 April - 5 July @ Coffee & Coconuts, Amsterdam
From All EU Labels
Fashion label studiowinkler’s AW 16/17 collection is a journey into a fantastic world where mystery takes the lead. Fascinated by the mystical element of aether, photographer and physicist Fedor Shklyaruk uses photography as a medium to investigate what may or may not exist.
Parisian label La Débraillée’s minimal handbags are designed to provide versatility for our daily essential – bags we carry to hold what is important to us. In photographer Michael De Pasquale’s serie ‘Tension’, we see notions of gravity and holding what is dear to it.
Inspired by 90’s movie, RITARITA’s AW16 Collection lures us into a Wes Anderson like fiction, where the scenes are completed by Dana Stirling’s photo series ‘Cache’, documenting her childhood memories through still life.
Drawing inspiration from distorted and layered geometric shapes, menswear label MLTV brings multi-function and versatility to its AW16 collection. Documenting everyday urban landscape, photographer Jeff Seltzer captures harmonious sceneries depicting interesting frames of man-made objects in their surroundings.
Capturing everyday details and translating them into garments, we found the lighthearted match between fashion label AH/OK and photographer Arch Mcleish.
“Nature is not a place to visit, it is home.”
Bringing the work of fashion label Doodlage and visual artist Nicholas Mellefont together, we see creations of new visuals from everyday patterns by meticulous compositions and assemblage.
Straight lines exist everywhere around. All the things we see, we touch and we create are made up of straight lines. And, what about ourselves?
What happens to a landscape when earth and water combine, or when organic material and mineral meet? Fashion designer Ling Ling collaborates with Berlin based photographer Paula Faraco, to explore this question, and discovered the perfect expression of nature in the Icelandic landscape.
Inspired by Verena Schepperheyn‘s Spring/Summer 2016 collection ‘Juxtaposing Lines’, photographer Hayley Rheagan created a photo series dedicated to the collection. Urban architecture is abstracted with her signature style of creating new dimensionality and space. Both artists transform everyday patterns into vibrant yet calming visuals.
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