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.
Suzy Menkes on tour in Belgium and The Netherlands
Suzy M & Wim Pijbes, Dutch museum director, at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam
Suzy M & Edwin Oudshoorn, Dutch couturier, at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam
Suzy M & Milou van Rossum, Dutch fashion journalist, at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam
Suzy M & “MCPolly”, PR agent, at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam
Suzy M &, Desiree Kleinen and friends, Dutch fashion proffessinals, at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam
Suzy M & Marriette Hoitink, Dutch fashion consultant, , at Denim City, Amsterdam
Suzy M & Marijn Obertop, Dutch fashion designer, at Denim City, Amsterdam
Suzy M & Dries van Noten, Belgium fashion designer, at Momu in Antwerp
Suzy M & Walter van Beirendonck, Belgium fashion designer
Suzy M & Diana vov Furstenberg, american fashion designer, at Bozar in Brussels
Suzy Menkes is a world-renowned, British, fashion journalist, at the moment she works for Vogue (international). Last week she came to visit Belgium and The Netherlands. Her tour started in Brussels for the fashion exhibition “The Belgians” at Bozar, followed by a visit to Antwerp’s Momu with Dries Van Noten, and a meeting with Walter van Beirendonck. In The Netherlands she opened the fashion exhibition “New for Now” at the Rijksmuseum and she visited Denim City, both in Amsterdam. Ms Menkes also visited the exhibition “Everything but Clothes” at the Arnhem Museum.
Yes, we can read your mind; this is also a tour for us fashion lovers. We can visit 4 new exhibitions on fashion, just like Suzy M.
Suzy Menkes will be writing a fashion column for the Dutch (cheap, glossy) magazine Beau Monde. Her first story will be published in the October issue 2015 of the magazine. Hard to believe that’s true: this magazine is not about fashion but about (Dutch) celebrities…..Wir sind gespannt.
Yesterday we visited the opening of the ‘outdoor gallery’ in the gardens of the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam. Premiering are sculptures by Henry Moore. Amongst 12 other works Reclining Woman: Elbow 1981, is on show, that’s very special because this sculpture hasn’t left the Leeds Art Gallery since its creation over 30 years ago! Needless to say we had a fun time and of course we took some snapshots for you… Wim Pijbes, head director of the Rijksmuseum posing with Mrs and Mr van Caldenborgh in the custom designed fountain Hide and Seek by Jeppe Hein.
The exhibition is on view until 29th of September 2013 and can be visited free of charge.