SUCCESSFUL SUMMER EDITION NEW STYLE: MARKET by kleine fabriek DURING MODEFABRIEK
The new summer format of MARKET by kleine fabriek and Modefabriek’s ‘More Than Mode’ – which took place together for the first time – was positive received. National and international visitors had access to both events and this turned out well for everyone: interesting new prospects for exhibitors and a lot of extra inspiration and access to, for example, the MF Talks read more
Modefabriek bv organiseert (mode)evenementen in Amsterdam waaronder Modefabriek, MARKET by kleine fabriek en Amsterdam Denim Days. Tevens zijn wij creatief betrokken bij vele andere projecten waaronder LINDA Festival. Onze hoogwaardige evenementen staan bekend om hun unieke uitstraling, waarbij het zakelijke aspect hand in hand gaat met een inspirerende beleving en vormgeving.
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SALES MANAGER (M/V)
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Knowledge is King. Certainly in the district where everything is about the ‘revalued craftsmanship’ and ‘reimagined heritage’ of cultural determinant streetwear and denim brands. In the new BRAND TANK, brands can tell their stories about where they came from and where they want to go, or they can
focus on special products or specialisms, which can be highlighted. Brands who already secured a timeslot in the Brand Tank are Wrangler and Toms. In addition, innovation platform Denim City will give different workshops on everything you should know about denim. This is interesting for both the serious denim addict and for the sales person in a specialist denim store.
In the centre of District C, a number of premium menswear innovators come together to uncover the style DNA of the Dutch man in an inspiring way, and to translate it to the present. THE DUTCH is a project on ‘new tailoring’ compiled and created by Spike Spijker, that among other things shows how Sam Lambert and Shaka Maidoh from the collective Art Comes First translate their love for tradition into contemporary menswear on the spot. read more
Talent has always been a very important ingredient at Modefabriek and over the years, we have created various platforms. Including everyone from fresh new graduates to unusual start-ups and proven talent from designer labels. In PROSPECT in DISTRICT D you will find today’s must-see talents, chosen by Carlo Wijnands: Spijkers&Spijkers by sisters Truus and Riet Spijkers from Arnhem, the women’s shoes label Eijk Amsterdam, Setting the Mood with their leather scarves from Schagen, the young Dutch-Curaçaoan designer Anbasja Blanken, the Hague shoe label Bend-it by Anke and Inge Kuipers, knitwear label KELE Clothing from Budapest and La Methamorphose from Montreal.
For more than 20 years already – as long as Modefabriek has existed – Rotterdam photographer Ari Versluis and ‘profiler’ Ellie Uyttenbroek have worked as fashion anthropologists on their ‘exactitudes’; a series of portraits of ordinary people both young and old who belong very specifically to a group with a specific attitude and matching clothing style. What started out as the documentation of ravers has expanded into an international study of the tribal aspect of fashion as we see and recognize every day on the street
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