Thursday 20 July 2017

Fashion Makes Sense LAB - FASHIONCLASH Festival 2017

Does Fashion Make Sense?
The Fashion Makes Sense LAB was especially designed and curated for this edition containing an exposition, designer market, performances, films, workshops and fashion talks. The LAB space and scenography is designed in cooperation with Studio Stad, who is also responsible for the design of the Forza Fashion House and all previous editions of FASHIONCLASH Festival since 2011.

In relationship to the central theme ‘Fashion Makes Sense’ a curated selection of work will be exposed. In the LAB one could explore the extraordinary installations and presentations of Pleun van Dijk, Floriane Misslin, Olle Lundin, M.A.F. van der Vloed, Jo Cope, Djeli, Sepideh Ahadi, Sensewear and Daan Couzijn. Furthermore there was a live sewing studio by slowFASHIONfast from Bosnia and Herzegovina, presentation and workshop from TextileLab Amsterdam and interactive performance by Mami Izumi, Iris Woutera and the dance performance by LAGOM by MIJ x Mila Halizova.
The designer market offered a unique experience where one can meet new designers and obtain one of a kind clothing, jewellery and accessories by LUDUS, LOV-S, Nous Avons, Soolista, Joelle Boers, JEN MM DSGN and many more.
Sunday 2 July was dedicated to dialogues and encounters; the Fashion Talks. Moderated by Saskia van Stein, artistic director at Bureau Europa, a stage was given to a several festival participants and professionals such as Carolyn Mair and Roosmarie Ruigrok (Clean&Unique) to engage in the discussion. Here the audience, designers and more debating about the festival’s theme: (Does) Fashion Makes Sense.

Vere van Hal

Mette Sterre
Sandra Zomer

Performance LAGOM by MIJ x Mila Halizova

Sunanda Chandry Koning

Marlou Breuls


MAF van der Vloed
Jo Cope

One of a Kind by Monia Antinori



Market A.P. Monde
fashion films

Biyuan Zhang

Biyuan Zhang

Studio Pluis

Conform COX

Pleun van Dijk

Bruna Ignatowska




Karlijne Opmeer

Stefania Bandinu

Cédric Vanhoeck



TextileLab Amsterdam


Debora Dax


Les Deux Garçons

Myrthe van Hardeveld

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