The Digitalistas were present at the Amsterdam International Fashion Week. And it was fun, fun, fun!
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Digitalista E. spotted a lot of fashionable people outside at the Amsterdam International Fashion Week…
Yesterday the Dutch fashionpress got a sneak preview of the new group Benelux Next Topmodels. Twenty girls make their first steps on the catwalk at the end of the Daryl van Wouw show! They were a little nervous, but at the end of the runway they jumped, smiled and hugged. They did it! In front of a very mundane audience. Wooww, I saw my book Killerheels&Modedromen coming alive.
Ex-supermodel Janice Dickinson was in Amsterdam to visit the Supertrash show earlier this night. We spotted her front-row, but also backstage. It was so much fun watching her. She is like a plastic doll, well… a crazy one. We took some snapshot of miss Plastic Fantastic and we overheard her opinion about the show and the Dutch models.
We love the watches of Triwa by Tritoni and we also have a little crush (sssst) on Dutch designer Daryl van Wouw…So put them together and you’ll get a fabulous product! These colorful watches are the result of a collaboration between the designer and the Swedish Brand.
Monday night Dutch designer Hans Ubbink showed his new summer collection 2010 in nightclub Paradiso Amsterdam. He showed some really nice maxi-dresses and tunics with a desert touch. The Digitalistas loved the sexy, rough male models with black eyeliner and turbans.
The 11th edition of the Amsterdam International Fashion Week has begun. Tonight is the official kick-off of the Dutch Fashion Week, which ends this Sunday. The Westergas-area is full of fashionable people this week…
For her new wintercampaign Stella took the cute Walt Disney-figures as inspiration…
This is exactly an example on how fashion-media is evolving. Simon Fuller (you know, the guy that used to be the Spice Girl’s manager and always-present-and-critical jurymember of wellknown talent searches like Britain’s got talent etc.) is launching a website: FASHIONAIR. And it’s not going to be a small, unsignificant one…this is quite ‘huge’.