“In Japan, purikura (プリクラ) refers to a photo sticker booth or the product of such a photo booth. The name is a shortened form of the registered trademark Purinto Kurabu (プリント倶楽部). The term derives from the English print club.” (knowledge via wikipedia)
The first Purikura machine was called Print Club machine, made by Atlus in 1995.
Portrait of Joey Holthaus by Mimi Berlin, 2015. (Paraphrasing ‘Brides’ 1968 by Dutch photographer Paul Huf & Dutch couturier Dick Holthaus) Joey Holthaus is wearing a vintage Dick Holthaus dress in 100% wool.
During the concept phase of Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest #4, we came up with many, many ideas. Our initinal concept was to paraphrase the “Brides” image dressed in Dick Holthaus couture and photographed by Paul Huf in 1968. Somehow this idea got lost during the making of Fashion-Fest #4 in the studio, our group-portait turned out to be different. The portrait of Joey Holthaus above turned out to be like the original concept, it’s a wonderful by-product of Mimi Berlin’s Fashion Fest #4: two flies in one hit, as they say in Dutch.
(Dick Holthaus dress from the 1960s is available from kabinet-vintage)
Fresh Party Snaps: MOAM 2015 Fashion Show at the RijksMuseum
‘THIS IS HOW WE DO IT’
Yes! Mimi Berlin took the camera with, just for you, who couldn’t be there.MOAM 2015 fashion show at The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Frontrow: Frans Ankoné, Dutch fashion stylist Deluxe: Fashion coach/creative director for the MOAM collective with friend. Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, fashion photographers, with son.