Sharpness

As capricious as Dutch summers are, early June days often alternate between sweltering hot or enduring cold rain showers, causing for much disorientation. Our solution? Show Me More…

Geometry

Many a style rookie would shy away from looking like a disco ball and perhaps opt for some stray drizzles of glitter in their accessories. Going full metallic glitzy glam requires commitment Show Me More…

Turn On The Lights

As a color without hue, white is achromatic. Reflecting all the colors of the visible light spectrum to the eyes, an all-white interior or all-white look can make quite an impression. Show Me More…

The Expo

Throughout the first year of intensemble, our vision and aesthetic has been continuously developing as we slowly worked towards concrete goals and most importantly; having a lot of fun while doing this together! Coming full circle with the artistic and creative direction we have been pursuing, the cherry on top of our 1 year blogging anniversary would definitely have to be our very own exhibition at VondelCS.

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Wildfire

The raw attitude of black leather has an undying appeal, capturing a rather rough and strong character while also the epitome of luxury and refinement. Feeling disinclined to wear a suit or fancy dress to a glamorous event? Show Me More…

Red Heat

It’s not just the right amount of conviction that can make a deliberate style clash work, it’s the carefully selected components that somehow alternatively share a corroborating element as well as simply having fun and experimenting with fashion. Show Me More…

TRINHBECX “40°”
AW17 – MBFWA

This brilliant duo have only graduated from ArtEZ 2 years ago, however they have already suprised us with some very vibrant and playful collections together. Tung Trinh and Tim Becx already enjoyed working together during their academic years, so their professional collaboration as participating design team during the Global Denim Awards in October 2015 was only a natural progression, evolving into the creation and development of their label TRINHBECX. Combining their individual ideas, the duo share the same passion for experimental design, pushing the artistic boundaries and redefining traditional womens- and menswear using pure materials such as denim and leather. Show Me More…

Liselore Frowijn “#TheNewCluster”
AW17 – MBFWA

Missing the previous two occasions that Liselore Frowijn presented her collections at Amsterdam Fashion Week, we were more than delighted to receive tickets to her latest catwalk show during which she would show her pre-fall 2017 #TheNewCluster-collection. Liselore is reknowned for her use of vibrant colors and ethnic prints, as well as creating an integrated theatrical décor for all of her catwalk shows. South-African band Bantu Continua Uhuru Consciousness provided the reverberating beats that opened the show, while the illuminated stark white runway now appeared to be adorned by colorful obstructions in abstract shapes. Show Me More…

Kelly Sue “REBEL”
AW17 – MBFWA

In 2014, designer Kelly Sue was the winner of “fashion on wheels”, a fashion design competition meant to raise awareness for the fact that there is limited choice in comfortable and fashionable clothing for wheelchair users. This triumph inspired Kelly Sue to create her own label “SUE” for which she would continue to design seated fashion, emphasizing and contributing to diversity. After showcasing her first collection at MBFWA 2016, Sue is back with a fresh new collection consisting of very wearable and fashionable looks for wheelchair users. Show Me More…