Today the last picture of the serie. The picture shows a silhouette of my designs. My outfit is a sweater, a little oversized, in combination with a simple design of the trouser. All dark blue.
Most of the time my sister and I go out for a shoot, she takes a serie of photos. In this serie we tried to capture the geometry of the surroundings. We wanted lines, as well in the outfit as in the background.
The trouser is my own design, again similar pattern as the trousers I showed you the past weeks, but totally different fabric. The shirt is the only thing I bought and my choice for this outfit to create extra lines.
This picture is one of my favourites of the shoot. It was taken at an unexpected moment and often those pictures are the most interesting ones. There happens a lot in the picture but the outfit is still standing out. I kept the designs simple and let the color and fabrics do the work.
As it is 30 degrees outside I'm spending some time inside the house to cool down a little bit. Today I have been working on some designs of a friend of mine. He will be launching his label in August and I'm very excited for him and happy to play a small role in his rollercoaster till the deadline.
The outfit is a design that has evolved during the design process. I originally planned to make just a trouser but in the process the fabric turned out to be very easy to shape. I decided to include a top which emphasize the body. I really look forward to make the design in another fabric to see the differences in shape and movement of the fabric.
It's a beautiful sunday morning. I'm just waking up having my fruit breakfast and some tea. The balcony doors are open and the sun is shining in. It's a perfect start of the day and I'm rethinking the last couple of weeks. I have been travelling to South France last week and that inspires me to share this picture. This picture is part two of the six week serie and I'm wearing one of my favourite travelling looks. Being back home I feel inspired to get back to work and do what I love the most: creating. The coming weeks and months I will build myself further as well physically as mentally to be able to follow my dreams. One step at the time.
Besides my job at the lawyers office and fashion label Leg-Inc I am still working on my own designs and signature. In the last past weeks and months I have been working on a small collection. The collection is built on one pattern with the use of different lengths and different fabrics. The silhouettes of the trousers are simple but shaped. I wear the trousers in combination with simple designs of tops and sweaters.
The coming six weeks I will show you my collection. Today part 1. The trouser is made of a wollen fabric bought by Trickle Down Fabrics in Arnhem. The top is made of biologic cotton bought at Neidig.nu. in Wageningen. I try to use natural fabrics as much as possible for more shape and sustainability.
The pictures are shot by my talented sister Sara. I hope you enjoy!
This weekend I have been wandering around spending time with my boyfriend, family and at my work in amsterdam. I was wearing a green coat with a gray sweater, which are my own designs, in combination with a gray Leg-Inc from Leg-Inc in Amsterdam.
Pictures made by my brother Peter in The Hague.
After a few months of hard work I got graduated in July at the fashion school in Arnhem. After three years of studying I'm ready to face the world of fashion. I'm excited and happy and full of ideas to create and design.
Never forget you are the only person who's in charge to create the life you always dreamed of.
Choosing fabric for my designs is one part of designing I totally love. I could fill my days with thinking about designs and searching for the right materials. This coat is a project of my second year. I choose woolen material, light in color. The design is simple which makes the choice of fabric very important.
Today I was so surprised to see the effect of my design, made by Eveline, in a completely different fabric. She did a great job using this color, which matches perfectly with the color of her hair.
This is one of the new designs I have been working on during the christmas holiday. I was thinking about a long coat for quite some time when I found this green fabric at Neidig (www.neidig.nu), a shop for sustainable fabrics close to Wageningen.
Pictures by Eveline Pronker
I'm a girl from the Netherlands writing about the love for clothes and my study in fashion.