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Hurray, it’s almost Amsterdam International Fashion Week! This wednesday fashionfolks will dominate the streets in Amsterdam. Shows by Bas Kosters, Jan Taminiau, Spijkers&Spijkers, Monique Collignon and more and fashion party’s everywhere.

There’s one party in particular that I love, it’s the Anti Fashion Party, organized by designer Bas Kosters and my favourite dj, miss Wannabeastar. It’s been held almost at the end of Fashion Week, so that when your feet can’t handle anymore heels, your hair can’t handle the hairproducts and your out of fabulous outfits: here’s the party where you can wear anything you like as long as it is ANTI fashion.

Dresscode this edition is Bananes and Meatballs. That’s right, we’re raising the roof untill we can’t dance no more.

Be there:
Saturday 29th of January 2011
Westerliefde (around Westergasfabriek), Amsterdam
Costs 9,99.
Dresscode Bananas & Meatballs

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Hurray! January is thé month of Dutch Fashion. It is the month of Amsterdam International Fashion Week.

You know what that means, make sure you get to be there and wear your most fabulous outfits!

And I got the programm for the A/W ’10 Fashion Week:

Wednesday 27th January
18.00 Openingssoiree
18.30 Jan Taminiau
21.00 Mattijs 

Thursday 28th Januaru
13.00 Elsien Gringhuis
14.00 Karssenberg/Greidanus
15.00 Individuals by AMFI
18.00 Mada van Gaans
21.00 Camilla Norrback

Friday 29th January
13.00 Nõn by Kim
15.00 Collectie Arnhem
18.00 Claes Iversen
20.00 And Beyond
21.00 SuperTrash

Saturday 30th January
15.00 OntFront
18.30 EnD by Eva and Delia
21.00 C’est Brillant, Les Icônes & Michael Barnaart van Bergen

Sunday 31th January
11.00 Breakfast at Amsterdam
13.00 Hyun Yeu
15.00 Claudia Sträter
18.00 Replay
21.00 Bibi van der Velden

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Every year I buy an artbag. Last year I bought the one of Jan Taminiau. This year one of my favorite Dutch designers designed one, Bas Kosters!

The Art Bags only cost you 5 euro and supports the Stop Aids Now fund. The bags are available from the 24st of November. My opinion? Go get them! Buy them for yourself, for a friend, for your mom… The bag is fantastic, it’s by Bas Kosters, it’s very cheap ánd if you use it for shopping it’ll save the use of plastic bags. BasKostersArtBag

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