The collection of MOAM Collective 2015
Surrounded by 350 guests, including MOAM-friends Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin and Claes Iversen, the five young designers showed off their new collection; RE-renaissance.
“The collection, the location, the weather, the concept; everything came together. I am so very proud of the end result, “says Martijn Nekoui.
The collection of MOAM Collective 2015 – inspired by the Renaissance – showed 24 elegant and innovative looks. The emphasis of the women was on layering and a unique silhouette in homemade fabrics and prints, with the men MOAM collective 2015 showed especially casual tailoring and a creative vision of sustainability. Elements from the Renaissance are reflected in the collection; the portrait-neckline, an elongated silhouette and the familiar color palette. Noteworthy were the amount of homemade fabrics from the Textile; half the designs was self-produced by the designers of MOAM.
A sky blue, semi-transparent dress with recycled leather was produced in collaboration with KLM; in this dress are dozens of old leather restraints incorporated in the Business Class. The substance use and craftmanship this year were important pillars for the collective. The newest steam and bowing techniques Philips was possible to create innovative and innovative fabric combinations in the design, where it was previously impossible.
About MOAM Collective
MOAM is a multidisciplinary platform that connects young creative talent from the iconic names Dutch fashion industry. MOAM worked among others with Viktor & Rolf, French Miller, HEMA, Doutzen Kroes, FOAM and De Bijenkorf.