Boys in Skirts

Boys in Skirts

Boys in Skirts

Fashiongif; as seen by JW Kaldenbach at The Fashion Show 2016, Friday June 17, 2016

Turning and fussin’: these skirts are designed by the first and second year fashion students at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam. (under guidance of Riette Wanders)

The Fashion Show 2016: See the Fashion Graduates HERE on this blog.

 

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Gerrit Rietveld Academie Fashion Show 2016

 Gerrit Rietveld Academie Fashion Show 2016

Twelve BA fashion students showed their final graduation work at the humongous Europahal in the RAI convention center. See that work below, in order of appearence.

This year’s BA fashion graduates are; Ralph W. Dennis, Vere van Hal, Yoko Maja Hilfling Rahbek Hansen, Myrthe van Hardeveld, Naomi Hille, Iris Woutera de Jong, Daan Keizer, Marianna Ladreyt, Vika Mozhaeva, Billie-Emelie Karola Therése Palmhager, Isis Elsa Fee Postel and Eva Valdimarsdóttir.

First and second year fashion students present a selection of their designs, watch those HERE on MimiMovies YouTube channel

If you missed the show; 2 graduation students will be chosen by the Fashion department of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie to compete in the Lichting 2016 show during Fashionweek Amsterdam this Summer. Or you can visit the annual Graduation Show on 6 7 8 9 10 July in Amsterdam.

See all our Images by JW Kaldenbach (This Is How We Do It) HERE
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ArtEZ Finals 2016 Faces at Dudok

ArtEZ Finals 2016 Faces at Dudok

JW Kaldenbach and Mimi Berlin got commissioned to portray the graduate bachelor students at ArtEZ Institute of the Arts (the art academy situated in Arnhem, The Netherlands) This work will be on show at Dudok in June and July 2016.

Color coded portraits of the ArtEZ BA graduate students. ‘ArtEZ Faces’; 6 digitally printed banners (135 x 175 cm). Photography by JW Kaldenbach, art-direction by Mimi Berlin, assisted by Niko Demoed, printed by Walter Huinink and Anand at ArtEZ Arnhem.

Artez Finals 2014 group portraits by JW Kaldenbach and Mimi Berlin

Project Monsoon

Project Monsoon

D&DAD and Pantone teamed up for New Blood Awards 2015; The briefing was; Reimagine your hometown through the language of colour. The Creative Team of Seunghoon Shin, Yoonshin Kim, Nu Ri Kim, students from School of the Art Institute of Chicago, tutored by James Lee, came up with a concept called Project Monsoon. They made colorful illustrations/graphic designs which will appear on some streets in Seoul when it rains, using hydrochromic paint (a special formula which changes from transparent to opaque when it gets wet)
See all the entries for this New Blood challenge by Pantone HERE

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Award Fashion Show Lichting 2015

Award Fashion Show Lichting 2015


Lichting 2015 Supported by V&D:
1 fashion show at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Amsterdam
14 BA fashion graduates
1 Winner of €10.000,-
Which is Nikki Duijst, graduated at the KABK (Royal Academy of Arts), The Hague.

More Lichting shows on this blllllog HeRe

Mimi Berlin’s PARTYSNAPS at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Amsterdam

Ravel Residence Student Housing

Ravel Residence Student HousingRavel Residence Student Housing

The Ravel Residence is a student community building situated at the Zuidas in Amsterdam, designed by John Bosch/Oeverzaaijer in 2012, construction of this modular building has started in the autumn of 2013 and was done by Jan Snel (tr; John Quick).
Although we live in Amsterdam, yesterday was the first time the building caught our eye, no wonder; it has just been completed.
We like it! It’s design is unusual by Amsterdam standards.
5 floors, with 800 apartments, covered with we don’t now how much, but many round windows framed in white plastic. The Ravel complex also houses commercial services such as a supermarket, grand café, temporary employment agency, cycle repair and launderette and on the roof there is space for urban farming and a basketball field. The rent for one dwelling is €495,- per month, but as we speak they are all rented out.
The funny thing is it will only be used for 12 years…..Why? The building of Ravel Residence was commissioned by Verweij Mungra Vastgoed BV. They rent small pieces of land from the city of Amsterdam for a period of time to build flexible student accommodations on, in order to eliminate the housing shortage for students and to make a living for themselves. So far team Verweij Mungra, Jan Snel and Oeverzaaijer has 2 student housing buildings in their portfolio.

(photocredits; JW Kaldenbach)