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Title Statement
  • Delft blue to denim blue : contemporary Dutch fashion
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  • I.B. Tauris, London : 2017 ©2017
  • 2017
  • Språk: Engelska.
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Physical Description
  • 1 online resource (v, 295 pages) illustrations (chiefly color)
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Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
  • Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction: The Paradoxes of Dutch Fashion -- Profile: G-star / Anneke Smelik -- pt. I Dutch Fashion Culture -- 2. Clogs on High Heels: Dutch Cultural Heritage and Fashion -- Profile: Max Heymans / Jose Teunissen -- 3. Contours of the Dutch Fashion Industry -- Profile: Hollandia-Kattenburg / Michiel Scheffer -- 4. Don't Dress to Impress: Fashion Discourse in Dutch Magazines -- Profile: Frans Molenaar / Maaike Feitsma -- 5. Vivid Colours: From the Local to the Global and Back Again: Oilily, Mac & Maggie and -CoraKemperman -- Profile: Jan Taminiau / Maaike Feitsma -- 6. Denim Goes Dutch: A Myth-in-the-Making -- Profile: Francisco van Benthum / Anneke Smelik -- pt. II Dutch Firms and Designers -- 7. Van Gils: Between Designing a Lifestyle and Making Suits -- Profile: C & A / Anja Koppchen -- 8. Mexx: A Dutch Brand with Global Reach -- Profile: Claudia Strater / Anja Koppchen -- 9. From Mac & Maggie to -CoraKemperman: Successful Co-Creation in Production and Consumption -- Profile: The People of the Labyrinths / Constantin von Maltzahn -- 10. Vanilia: High-Street the Dutch Way -- Profile: Marlies Dekkers / Constantin von Maltzahn -- 11. Spijkers en Spijkers: A Cut Above -- Profile: Alexander van Slobbe / Constantin von Maltzahn -- pt. III Novel Perspectives -- 12. Dutch Fashion Photography: Liquid Bodies and Fluid Faces -- Profile: Studio JUX / Danielle Bruggeman -- 13. Fashion as a New Materialist Aesthetics: The Case of Viktor & Rolf -- Profile: Bas Kosters / Danielle Bruggeman -- 14. Cybercouture: The Fashionable Technology of Pauline van Dongen, Iris van Herpen and Bart Hess -- Profile: Anouk Wipprecht / Anneke Smelik.
Summary, etc
  • Contemporary fashion in the Netherlands is successful globally and shows a rich, paradoxical diversity. 'Delft Blue to Denim Blue' maps the landscape of Dutch fashion in all its rich variety and complexity. Luxuriously illustrated in colour and black & white, The book uncovers the cultural heritage of Dutch fashion and explores the individual designers and brands, including romantic designer Jan Taminiau who creates spectacular gala gowns for Queen Maxima, Iris Van Herpen, Kichael Van Der Ham and conceptual designer duo Viktor & Rolf, as well as the many popular brands, such as G-Star jeans, Mexx, Supertrash, CoraKemperman, Vanilla, Sjaak Hullekes, and the affordable retailer, C & A. Fashion photographers like Inez Van Lamsweerde and Erwin Olaf are explored too. 'Delft Blue to Denim Blue' also looks into the future of Dutch fashion, discussing the vanguard of wearable technology, with cybercouture designers like Pauline vanDongen and Bart Hess.
Subject - Chronological Term
  • 1900-2099
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  • 1838608354
  • 9781838608347
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Contemporary fashion in the Netherlands shows a unique mix of playful individualism, conceptual strength, and organisational innovation. Delft Blue to Denim Blue maps the landscape of Dutch fashion in all its rich variety and complexity.Luxuriously illustrated in colour, the book uncovers the cultural roots of Dutch fashion in a globalized context. The authors debunk myths surrounding Dutch fashion, dig up new facts and stories, and explore the creative relation of fashion design to cultural heritage. Written by experts in the field, Delft Blue to Denim Blue gives a rich overview of designers, ranging from G-Star jeans, and affordable retailer C&A, to a savvy brand like Vanilia, and from the famous designer duo Viktor&Rolf to a futuristic designer like Iris van Herpen. The book assesses the diversity of Dutch fashion designers, firms and brands in their historical and cultural contexts.