1/OFF showcases “scarf couture” at Amsterdam Style Week

1/OFF showcases “scarf couture” at Amsterdam Style Week

Amsterdam-based vogue model 1/OFF debuted its Spring Summer time 2023 assortment at Amsterdam Style Week, which contained garments crafted from repurposed scarfs, denim and tablecloths.

The Dutch model debuted its most up-to-date assortment at Amsterdam Style Week on the metropolis’s Up to date Artwork House in Amsterdam Noord.

Image of a model wearing upcycled denim by 1/OFF
1/OFF offered its Spring Summer time 2023 assortment throughout Amsterdam Style Week

“Our assortment relies on 4 kinds of classic,” stated 1/OFF founder Renée van Wijngaarden. “For every kind, we present a myriad of prospects to rework the identical piece into new varieties.”

“It is evolution in motion,” he continued. “As new mutations maintain arising, new species come into existence.”

Image of a model wearing repurposed tablecloths at the 1/OFF show
The model used classic tablecloths, scarves, suiting and denim all through the gathering

Its Spring Summer time 2023 assortment was divided into 4 “worlds” every incorporating several types of repurposed classic, which have been differentiated all through the present by their very own styling, choreography and music.

“The aim of the present is to introduce extra individuals to our clothes. And to point out how issues might be completed otherwise, that the tip of one thing will also be the start of one thing lovely,” stated van Wijngaarden.

The primary of the 4 elements was titled House Denim and noticed repurposed denim patched collectively to kind, trench coats, patchwork attire, wrapped footwear and mini skirts with double waistbands – just like that of types popularised by Parisian vogue label Y/Challenge.

Tenue de Desk adopted shortly after the all-denim seems to be presenting clothes crafted from classic tablecloths.

Outsized trousers and cropped shirts with prolonged arms featured broderie anglaise detailing, a Nineteenth-century needlework approach characterised by ornamental rounded and oval holes.

A model is pictured wearing a dress made from vintage scarves by 1/OFF
Classic materials have been repurposed to create up to date silhouettes

Brightly colored scarves wrapped across the our bodies of fashions signalled the third a part of the present. Classic have been scarves printed with 1/OFF branding and sewn collectively to kind attire, baggage and halter tops in what the model titled Scarf Couture.

The ultimate a part of the present, titled Form Shifters, noticed 1/OFF repurpose classic males’s suiting, which was tailor-made, altered, minimize and distorted to create up to date and female silhouettes.

A model is pictured wearing suiting that has been re-tailored
The model is greatest identified for upcyling

Amsterdam Style Week can also be house to Dutch deadstock designer and upcyler Duran Lantink, who showcased a collaboration with Steve Madden at Amsterdam’s Moulin Rouge through the metropolis’s vogue week.

Francon offered its assortment throughout Amsterdam Style Week within the MVRDV-designed Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen within the close by metropolis of Rotterdam.

The images is courtesy of 1/OFF.

Amsterdam Style Week occurred from 31 August to 4 September 2022 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. See Dezeen Occasions Information for an up-to-date listing of structure and design occasions going down all over the world.

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