During my break I had the opportunity to go on a small internship at Marie Claire Belgium where I follow Tine Stoop, an editor for the fashion magazine. Read more to take a look on the life of an editor, how I experienced these 2 days. Ever wondered how fashion articles are made? Think: a lot of writing, writing, and writing.
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New year, new month, new editorial. I gathered a few photographs, add some edits and put them together under the name ‘January edit’. Because what is coming up or typical for this time of the year.
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THE VULGAR – Fashion Redefined is the name of the latest exhibition in Hasselt. Two questions are considered being the main topic: What is good taste and why is something considered vulgar? It’s all about taste in fashion for the past centuries and contemporary fashion. Adam Phillips (psychoanalyst) made twelve definitions of the word ‘vulgar’ and are used throughout the exhibition.
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Leonneke Derksen and Matthias Medaer are the brains behind the new upcoming label Leo by Leo. My previous posts were mostly about well-known Belgian designers such as Raf Simons, Dries Van Noten and so on. But also upcoming Belgian talent are keeping the lead in Belgian Fashion.
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Belgian fashion is worldwide known as revolutionary and innovative. That’s why it deserved it’s own fashion awards which were held for the first time in Antwerp. Seven winners where the top prizes went to Dries Van Noten and Raf Simons.
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One of the most famous fashion houses with a history of 70(!) years. Dior. Musée Des Arts Décoratifs takes you back in time and shows the early years of Christian Dior till the new creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri. The designer of dreams, but also the exhibition of dreams.
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After a career of 20 years in the fashion industry, MoMu (Mode Museum) in Antwerp dedicated their new exhibition to one of the most intriguing Belgian fashion designer Olivier Theyskens. It shows his work and vision on couture, semi-couture and prêt-à-porter through sketches, audio and video.
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