With a Graduation Day ceremony on last 30th June, Amsterdam Fashion Academy celebrated the talent of its students from the Bachelor’s (Hons) degree in Fashion Business and Fashion with Textile Design. 13 young graduates ready for the working world and for a more sustainable and technological future.
|Inside the classrooms of Amsterdam Fashion Academy|
5 Fashion Design new talented graduates
|Graduate collection by Evelina Anglickaite|
created with a complete ecological design process from the zero-waste
patternmaking techniques to the natural dye of the up-cycled and
recycled fabrics. Inspired by Japanese and Eastern cultures, the
designer proposed really interesting textures and a refined mix of soft
shapes and a pinch of nostalgia.
this fashion show. Inspired by a book by Laurence Scott, her collection
explored the connection between reality and virtual world, the human
body and the new technologies. On catwalk she presented 5 futurible
girls in black and red, wearing exaggerated proportions and alterning
vinyl and organza, feticism and a dystopian romanticism.
|Graduate collection by Myrthe van der Leden|
the style of the rapper G-Dragon. Black, white and red are the only
colors chosen by the designer to represent the strong contrasts of this
land, while the bold aspect of faux leather fight with the softness of
wool felt and every small piece of fabric is assemble or underlined by
|Graduate collection by Isabelle Wildenburg|
8 new talents of Fashion Business
|Final Major Project of Fashion Business by Robin Broekhuizen|
|Final Major Project of Fashion Business by Aziza El-Wanni|
|Final Major Project of Fashion Business by Martijn Maagdenberg|
|Final Major Project of Fashion Business by Avalon Olivier|
|Final Major Project of Fashion Business by Francesca Pizziolo|
|Final Major Project of Fashion Business by Mick Van Dijk|
Mick Van Dijk, taking inspiration from his young generation, created a project for an independent magazine called “Subbacultcha” focused on subcultures, new street-style fashion trends, new music genders and lifestyle, with an online and offline distribution and a target of people with an age from 18 to 35.
|Final Major Project of Fashion Business by Lene Vindenes|