LABPROJECT
#152  FASHIONWEEK.BE
Name:
Fashionweek.be
Project code:
300.001  
Category:
Created:
Monday, 09 May 2011
Client:
Addictlab.com
City:
 
Deadline:
Exist: 
Date briefing:
9/5/2011
Metatype:
Creator:
jan
Need labmembers:
A virtual fashionweek. Showcasing fashiontalent every week on a virtual catwalk. Register as labmember , upload your work and be selected for a virtual catwalk.
Project type:
Open
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WORK BY LABMEMBERS (19)

Widow - handmade leather bag,
peter  jakubik,
Presov , Slovak Republic
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B_Bag Canvas Multi, Remade in Belgium,
Eva  Wollaert,
, Belgium
 0
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Kevin Kramp,
 ITS#10,
Trieste , Italy
 0
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Jantine Van Peski,
 ITS#10,
Trieste , Italy
 1
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Amélie Marciasini,
 ITS#10,
Trieste , Italy
 0
 0
Shaun Samson,
 ITS#10,
Trieste , Italy
 1
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Ruth Green,
 ITS#10,
Trieste , Italy
 0
 0
Kristian Guerra,
 ITS#10,
Trieste , Italy
 0
 0
Tine De Ruysser,
 ITS#10,
Trieste , Italy
 0
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Larisza Pasztircsak + Orsolya Poppre,
 ITS#10,
Trieste , Italy
 0
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Dollar Necklace,
Tine  De Ruysser,
London , United Kingdom
 1
 0
Clive Rundle Addictlab Fashionweek Teaser 1,
Johnny  De Jaegher,
Gent , Belgium
 0
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Clive Rundle at work for Addictlab's Fashionweek.be,
Johnny  De Jaegher,
Gent , Belgium
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Watercolour Painting Pendants,
Emma  Atkinson,
Johannesburg , South Africa
 1
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contemporary jewellery,
Emma  Atkinson,
Johannesburg , South Africa
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beanies and scarves,
Emma  Atkinson,
Johannesburg , South Africa
 0
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511 Canal,
Carine  Brancowitz,
, France
 0
 0

INSPIRATION

Tuesday, 17 January 2012 by jan

 

(source: NY TIMES)

MILAN — There is a lot going on at Dirk Bikkembergs .

The Belgian brand — recently bought by the Italian company Zeis Excelsa — is planning to move into women’s wear next month, and on Sunday it showed the first men’s wear collection under the direction of a new designer.

The choice of the South African designer Hamish Morrow appears to have been a very smart move as he brought a new dynamism to a brand known for its love of sportswear. “I wanted to get back to the essence of sportswear,” the designer said backstage.

But don’t worry — this did not translate into tracksuits on the runway. Instead, there were more tailored pieces crafted from comfortable knits, pants shaped to echo jeans and forgiving blazers.

A hint of the armed forces, both in the choice of military green for the opening ensembles and in the rigor of some of the outerwear, also showed that Mr. Morrow has found a new path for the house but one that hasn’t forgotten its past.

A version of this review appeared in print on January 17, 2012, in The International Herald Tribune.
Friday, 27 May 2011 by jan
Friday, 27 May 2011 by jan

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ABOUT THIS PROJECT

A virtual fashionweek. Showcasing fashiontalent every week on a virtual catwalk. Register as labmember , upload your work and be selected for a virtual catwalk.

PROJECT MANAGER

Name: Jan Van Mol
City / Town: Geneva
Country: Switzerland
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Paul79

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