donderdag 18 november 2010
From now on you can find the newest items from Doubler le Sol
in the COOL Restored shop at the Haarlemmerdijk Amsterdam!!
So go there and have a look at their great mix of fashion/accessoirize/design/interieur products.
Thanks to Marijke en Petra!!
vrijdag 5 november 2010
Almost forgot to tell you!
Tomorrow it's Musuem night in Amsterdam! N8 as we call it!
Since the first Museum Night in November 2000, Amsterdam museums stay open until 2AM for one night a year, and welcome thousands of new vistors. For a relatively small city, Amsterdam has a great amount of museums and cultural institutions. This year 45 museums collaborate during Museum Night, and they are all easy to reach by bicycle or public transport.
Apart from seeing the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions there is plenty more to see and do, also for non-Dutch visitors. On this 11th edition you can enjoy live music, DJ’s, dance, performances, film, special tours, food & drinks. One ticket gives entrance to all museums, but be aware that some locations might be crowded. Keep your ticket, because in the period after Museum Night, it allows you free entrance to one of the participating museums. See ya in the cultural area! site
donderdag 4 november 2010
Dutch artist Anouk Griffioen and photographer Annemarieke van Drimmelen worked together on a project called Sophie. All inspired by the Dutch model Sophie Vlaming. Seen are transparent and fragile images, collages in black and white, an exploration between the parallels of photography and illustration resulted in Sophie, a beautiful series of portraits. The images will be exhibited in Magazijn 153 (Oudezijds Voorburgwal 153, Amsterdam, the Netherlands) the 27th and 28th of November. Together with the exhibition a special cassette with signed prints will be available in a limited edition of 50. A beautiful must see collaboration. Check out their site for more info!
woensdag 3 november 2010
Has any of you heard about rubber band bracelets? I guess this will be the newest hype! It are rubber bands, shaped in all thinkable forms and available in all kinds of neon colours. Without wearing them you’ll recognize the shape, but when wearing, it just looks like a weird (but cute) rubber bracelet.
It may sound a bit childish but since I’ve seen them around Stella McCartney’s show location in Paris is this my new must have accessory.
Every child in the US is begging for these, and the fad is spreading to middleschools, highschools, college campuses and have even been spotted on the arms of Hollywood divas. Silly Bands are more than just a fad. I got the T-shirt shaped variations yesterday at a presentation and now I want them in all kinds of fashionable shapes! Please let me know if you know a selling point around?