MEET THE GUEST SPEAKER – DAPHNE GERRITSE

Daphne Gerritse, Rain Couture

Where were you before this and how did you get here?
After I quit working for Mexx at the marketing department, I started part-time with the development of Rain Couture. Besides working for Rain Couture, I worked as a freelance marketing consultant. Since mid-2015, I’m working full-time for Rain Couture. The collection has become quite extensive ever since.

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MEET THE GUEST SPEKER – JOËL FERDINANDUS

Joël Ferdinandus, INretail
Job title: INcrowd connector

Where were you before this and how did you get here?
In 2008 I opened the all-inclusive men store LokalHeroz. Despite the positive reactions, I had to close the store in the Spring of 2013 due to economic circumstances. After having launched a marketing campaign for the clothing brand Van Gils and having developed a concept for the King Kong Hostel (Best Dutch Hostel 2014 & 2015 according to Hostelworld), I got the chance to start working at branch association INretail.

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MEET THE BRAND – MATINIQUE

Matinique is a menswear label from Denmark, Copenhagen and was founded in 1973. Matinique offers Scandinavian fashion, where quality and comfort is the point of focus.

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Shoppable exhibition

Last winter edition of Modefabriek, we invited Floor Knaapen and Grietje Schepers for the second time to create a new Current Mood Store. This shoppable exhibition creates an installation filled with a diversity of products – a combination of fashion and accessories, design and interior – which are immediately for sale online via www.currentmood.store . See now, buy now!

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Amsterdam Denim Days 2017

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Photo overview #42

Did you get spotted by our photographer Reinier van der Aart? Our photo gallery from last winter edition is now online!

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Q&A // meet The dutch hatter

Armando Kitoko (29), The Dutch Hatter
Job title: co-owner

What is it you do?
“I am co-owner of the Dutch Hatter. We sell handmade hats and since two weeks we also have our own shoe collection. Our brand is a mix of African elegance inspired by the ‘20s – the ‘60s. Together this results in a very personal and unique mix: The Dutch Hatter.”

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