Fashion at Dutch Design Week 2018 Modebelofte presents Shape Shifters

Modebelofte presents Shape Shifters

Modebelofte is present again this year at the Dutch Design Week (DDW). Their fashion exhibition is titled Shape Shifters. Mimi Berlin Blogger Team visited the preview yesterday and made 2 video’s for you. Not too many so there is something left to discover for yourself. Oh, and by the way: Modebelofte has changed its name into New Order of Fashion.Fashion Design at Dutch Design Week 2018 Modebelofte presents Shape Shifters

The fashion exhibition

The fashion exhibition ‘Shape Shifters’ by Modebelofte / New Order of Fashion opened yesterday with a preview. Not everything was finished yet, so we had to wait a little while for the crew to finish, wow, the stress of it all!

Shape Shifters can be seen from October 20 through 28 in the ‘Warehouse of Innovation’ (that’s the former V&D department store building in a highstreet of Eindhoven.) as part of the Dutch Design Week 2018.

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Illustrations by Mathilde Admiral at Centraal Museum

Illustrations by D.Ot at Centraal MuseumIllustrations by Mathilde Admiral (a.k.a. Pia H.) at Centraal Museum

YES! We, at Mimi Berlin like to help out fresh talent.

Illustrator Mathilde Admiral made these wonderful illustrations, in May 2014, for fashion student Saba Tark to accompany the graduation collection “Nomads of the World”. This collection is on show as the first in a series of exhibitions in which Centraal Museum and HKU (University of the Arts Utrecht) present the work of promising talent. Each autumn the museum will showcase the work of an art or design graduate from HKU.

Saba framed the original illustrations and showcased them next to her fabrics. Go check them out!! (HKU in the New Utrecht Galleries, Sept, 13/ November 30, 2014)

See all these illustrations by Mimi Berlin’s fashion illustrator Mathilde Admiral HERE up close.

HKU Graduation Fashion Show 2014

HKU Graduation Fashion Show 2014: Yesterday we visited Utrecht to see the fashion design graduation show, 15 students showed their final collections. Continue reading