Mosaert, the Belgium fashion-brand has launched it’s fifth Capsule Collection. From socks to pillows and from garments to bedlinen: everyrhing covered in allover prints, inspired by the Art Deco and Art Nouveau artistic movements. All the items are on our wishlist beacause we’d like to cover ourselves in print too!
From April 7 to May 13. The “Mosaert Fabrique” will be hosted by Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche in Paris. Clothes are for sale from the surrealist ‘fantasy factory’ which illustrates the production process and vision of Mosaert.
UCWHY Fashion Design from Belgium at Cristofori in Amsterdam
The fashion label UCWHY presented it’s second collection yesterday (Sept 5th) at Cristofori in Amsterdam. Just as the presentation in Antwerp, where the brand is based, the venue was filled with flowers. Artistic Director Wim Bruynooghe completed a casual, or relaxed, ànd festive collection. Yes you’ve read it correctly: these opposite styles come together very well in the Spring-Summer ’18 collection by UCWHY! The brand choose to work with high-end fabrics in a daring and flashy colorscheme. Also nice to know: the collections are produced in Europe.
UCWHY was founded by Anne Chapelle (founder and CEO of BVBA 32, the parent company of well-known Belgian brands Ann Demeulmeester and Haider Ackermann. UCWHY will be sold at Menage à Trois in Amsterdam
A short clip starting with the designer Wim Bruynoogh posing for the press (flash flash) Continue reading
Rik Wouters & The Private Utopia
Mr & Mrs J. went to see this exhibition at the MoMu in Antwerp.
Thank you Mr & Mrs J. for this visual report it is much appreciated.
“This exhibition is a partnership between MoMu – Fashion Museum Antwerp and the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp (kmska) to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the death of painter Rik Wouters in 2016. The exhibition brings together work by Rik Wouters from the KMSKA collection and pieces by contemporary artists and fashion designers.” (read more www.momu.be)
Divine Decadence at Gaasbeek Castle
“Divine Decadence, an exhibition in collaboration with Mechelen-based theatre group Abattoir Fermé, will be bringing to life the Decadent cult book A Rebours by Joris-Karl Huysmans in Gaasbeek Castle. It will start on 27 March. Continue reading