Today I will show you the pictures of the last day of Amsterdam Fashionweek. On this last day I visited the shows of Tony Cohen, Shani van Breukelen, Dorhout Mees, Melissa Siegrist and Marga Weimans.
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Tony Cohen. First he showed us his affordable clothing line 2Love Tony Cohen. this line consisted some nice items with interesting details in colours like darkgreen, darkred, black and sand colours. An interesting fact is that he used younger looking models for his 2Love collection. After that he showed us his couture line. This line had the same colours as the 2Love collection. The details were amazing and he used lots of leather (I like!) and fur. As usual the famous Dutch model Kim Feenstra opened and ended his show.
Shani van breukelen. Her collection was basic, but dark with interesting details. Just the way I like it! I fell in love with the croco leather jacket! And I loved how she styled her models with black lipstick and out-of-bed hair.
Dorhout Mees. Again a collection in which I saw a lot of Japanese influences. Kimono-like dresses and jackets styled with a metal belt that looked a bit like the obi belt geisha's wore. I loved that green rust splatters on the metal belt and heels and the prints she used in the last pieces of her collection were just breathtaking!
Melissa Siegrist. Another men's wear collection. Lots of denim and interesting details like a baby carryer for men. I fell in love with the sweatshirt that looks like it's made out of paper, although it's a men's garment I totally want to add it to my closet!
Marga Weimans. The last show of Amsterdam Fashionweek. If you want to end you fashionweek with a bang you could leave the job to Marga Weimans. Although her clothing is more something you will see in a museum then on a real person, it was an amazing show! Her collection Body Archive was inspired by DNA. With this collection she wanted to go back to her origin and let your past guide you to your future. The cube was a constant factor in her collection. The colours she used were inspired by her personal DNA-codes, so the collection was truly 'her'. She used a lot of futuristic materials and high tech fabrics which I liked a lot. The shoes were sponsored by United Nude and that was a perfect match with this collection. I loves the wedges with the mirrored glass! This collection was definitely worth closing another amazing Amsterdam Fashionweek.
I hope you enjoyed all my AFW reports. Visiting ALL the shows was very exhausting and editing the pictures was a pain in the ass! But I hope I could show you as much as possible of all the shows like you were there too.
Lots of love and have a nice day! ♥