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Leading influencer and global trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort was questioned on the influences of the Corona crisis on national tv last night. I watched it this morning after breakfast – staying in. She has been happy for the first time … Continue reading
I love the work of René Gruau, the late French fashion illustrator. Studying his work is pure escapism. PS | It reminds me of the disturbing news of less victims of domestic violence now calling in for help. The … Continue reading
PS | September 2019 I heard of it on the radio: After the king held his annual speech at the congregation of national politicians during the Prinsjesdag ceremony, there was talk about his appearance, the was a rumor, could it … Continue reading
A page from the full trend report on next season, autumn winter 2018, for sale at Patternbank. The preview is tiny, but radiant.
A photo sent to me by Lasut en Braun, interior architects, based in Amsterdam. An illustration of a room divider, a subject they tackle in the new magazine I am working on at the moment. They caught the moment when … Continue reading
This month I visited Maison & Objet in Paris. Planned but some of it, serendipitous. I was confronted with the work of Anne Sophie Gruwez. And instantly felt a connection. The joy RADIATING like a force of nature, I studied one after … Continue reading