Amsterdam Fashion Week celebrates Dutch fashion.
In its 19th edition that concluded recently, the Amsterdam Fashion Week offered a chance to several Dutch and other designers to showcase their talent.
Offering a journey to 60s of Brigitte Bardot, the SIS collection by Spijkers & Spijkers featured stripes, onesies, off the shoulder tops, Gingham, waist belt and skinny silhouettes with floral prints on bright organza and chiffon fabrics. Also their beach-inspired collection of playful skirts, loose blouses, wide dresses and high-waist pants took the audience on a trip to the French Riviera.
Jimmy Paul of MaryMe presented his vibrant collection embracing pieces like printed suits, fluffy fur-like dresses and tops bathed in lots of colours.
Anne de Grijff tried luring audience with her 18th century inspired collection for women. On show were heavy leather pieces like coats, long skirts, and short tops in colour palettes of black, beige, orange and off-white. Also, on display were long robe of translucent raincoats.
At Winde Rienstra were on show clothing pieces inspired by Russian country homes, much in black shades with white lining, floral prints and pink degrade.