“Timescape”, the latest winter collection by Eindhoven fashion designer Emily Hermans, can be seen during Dutch Design Week (DDW).
Photographer Mike Roelofs, also from Eindhoven, captured the collection. The photos and videos can be seen in a continuous exhibition at Hermans’ MLY Store at Strijp-S.
The title “Timescape” stands for a visual journey through time which designer Hermans wants to show. “I used silhouettes from different style periods and incorporated all kinds of nostalgic details into this collection. For example, buttons that come from a lady who worked in Paris in the 1920s to 1940s,” explains Hermans.
Hermans and Roelofs travelled together to Loch Lomond in Scotland for the visual material of the collection. Models wear clothes in the same colours as their surroundings. This makes them disappear, as it were, into the landscape.
Besides the exhibition, Hermans also organizes a daily “No Waste Workshop” at the MLY Store. She wants to draw attention to the theme of garment-waste through her workshop.
The exhibition and workshop are free to visit.
Source: Studio 040