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︎︎︎ Global Wardrobe Catalogue, 2021




During my internship it was my pleasure as an assistant designer to be part of the #catalogue Global Wardrobe – The Worldwide Fashion Connection at the Kunstmuseum Den Haag ('21/'22).

The exhibition deals with the museum's Western European fashion collection and the non-European influences that played here. The exhibition is organized chronologically, in three phases. The eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the twentieth century, and the present. “They represent the phases of imitation, inspiration and innovation. A conscious decision was made not to treat this theme per region, but in time periods. In this way it becomes clear how the dominant views on 'the global fashion connection' are constantly changing and can be placed in a historical context.”

As designers, it was our task to translate the exhibition as clearly as possible in the catalog, this produced a great result. I would like to thank Marline Bakker from Glamcult Studio (Design) and Madelief Hohé (Curator) for this beautiful and instructive collaboration.

Unfortunately the exhibition is over, but the book is still available here.



 





 

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︎︎︎ Global Wardrobe Catalog (2021)

During my internship it was my pleasure as an assistant designer to be part of the #catalogue Global Wardrobe – The Worldwide Fashion Connection at the Kunstmuseum Den Haag ('21/'22).

The exhibition deals with the museum's Western European fashion collection and the non-European influences that played here. The exhibition is organized chronologically, in three phases. The eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the twentieth century, and the present. “They represent the phases of imitation, inspiration and innovation. A conscious decision was made not to treat this theme per region, but in time periods. In this way it becomes clear how the dominant views on 'the global fashion connection' are constantly changing and can be placed in a historical context.”

As designers, it was our task to translate the exhibition as clearly as possible in the catalogue, this produced a great result. I would like to thank Marline Bakker from Glamcult Studio (Design) and Madelief Hohé (Curator) for this beautiful and instructive collaboration.

Unfortunately the exhibition is over, but the book is still available here.