Christa
van der Meer

Christa van der Meer has a great curiosity about the concept of fashion and adjacent disciplines. “Clothing enables you to express your identity and flaunt it. That is why I wonder, in what way is clothing you wear connected to your identity? If clothing is not worn by a person but by an object, can it still be an expression of identity?” Her work has an autonomous starting point and is later on released into an applied world.

After gaining international experience at Henrik Vibskov (Copenhagen) and A.Berg Studio (SE) she graduated from the Royal Academy of Art (NL) in 2013. Since then her work has been commissioned for Salone del Mobile, Milan (IT), Boom City in Chengdu (CHN), Royal Palace Soestdijk (NL), Nederlandse Dansdagen (NL) among others. This went along an exhibition in Gemeentemuseum Den Haag where her work is included in one of the permanent shows. Van der Meer’s work did not go unnoticed by trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort who applauds her work on Trendtablet.com.

Creamy Dream/ photo by Verena Blok/ model Reynir Por/ 2017
Creamy Dream/ photography Verena Blok/ 2017
collage/ Shaniya in die Bos/ 2015
Iminjunju/ photography Lisandro Suriel/ model Christella Garard/ styling Lydiëne Thomas
Dewi
Bekker

In her work she moves around the extent in which way visual identity and the alter ego can be shaped. She is doing research into this by making use of the human body, objects and fashion related to identity and as a collective system of unwritten rules. By covering up the human body she aims to find the turning point between unrecognizability and anonymity.


											
photography: Iris van der Zee model: Jip Loots
photography: Presstigieux model: Jip Loots

In her work she is driven by the following questions; How can the transformation in visual identity be as big as possible without anonymizing someone? How can someone be unrecognizable but not anonymous? And is the physical body needed to display a visual alter ego?
This results in an imaginative universe of unpolished elements, primary colours and plastics. Her playful projects include garments, sculptures, masks, collages and form studies.

 


											
photography: Iris van der Zee model: Jip Loots

During her studies Dewi Bekker gained international experience by doing internships at Bernhard Willhelm(FR) and Hannes Kettritz (DE). After her graduation in 2013 from the Royal Academy of Art in the Hague her works have been on shown at Amsterdam Fashion Week (NL), Modebelofte at the Dutch Design Week (NL), Boomcity in Chengdu (CHN) and Paris Fashion Week (FR).

Collage - The sun would not catch them on the road
photography: Imke Ligthart and Henri Verhoef model: Jip Loots
Anouk
van Klaveren

Anouk van Klaveren’s work revolves around the alienation of the human body and deconstruction of luxury. She expresses her thought experiments in various media, such as fashion, sculpture, unisex jewellery and performance; a realm of human hair, plastic fringes, golden masks and pearls.

photography: Wim Klaassen

“I find it interesting how fashion creates an illusion of structure and hierarchy, like a collective myth that brings us together and seperates us at the same time.”

During her studies at the Royal Academy of Arts (NL) she got the opportunity to do an intern-ship at BLESS (Berlin DE). Her work has been shown at Centraal Museum (Utrecht NL), Salone del Mobile (Milan IT) and was representing the Netherlands during the International Fashion Showcase (London UK).

photography: Imke Ligthart
photography: Imke Ligthart
photography: Imke Ligthart
Gino
Anthonisse

As a designer he is always on a quest for wonder. Real wonder is something that hardly exists anymore in our society. Gino Anthonisse reflects on this by bringing his wondrous collages to life. By combining classic garments and ethnic elements together with strange materials and techniques he creates designs that are surprising as well as surreal.
His menswear collections have been showcased at Amsterdam Fashion Week (NL), Paris Fashion Week (FR) and Dutch Design Week (NL).

Wandâ/ photography: Lisandro Suriel / model: Noah @ menfolkmanagement
Photography: Anouk van Kalmthout Model: Evandro Laurens

Gino Anthonisse (1988) is a Dutch menswear designer based in The Hague, The Netherlands. He studied at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague and graduated in 2014. He got the opportunity to live and work in Antwerp during his internship at Christian Wijnants in the summer of 2013.

Photography: Anouk van Kalmthout Model: Evandro Laurens
Photography: Lisandro Suriel Model: Jip Loots
Photography: Lisandro Suriel Model: Jip Loots
Das Leben am Haverkamp
9 November 2018

We launched our first book! The publication Zeeuws Museum x Das Leben am Haverkamp is a banger with lots of great essays by smart people, behind the curtain material and gossip by us and graphic design by Studio Lennarts & de Bruijn.

Soon available via this webshop.
20,-

Photography: Janne van Gilst

20 October 2018

Gino Anthonisse and Christa van der Meer explored macrame techniques for the occasion of a masterclass by Craafts in Milan last March (made possible by Crafts Council NL). Now their work is on display at Dutch Design Week and we are ready for you to drop by.

20 – 29 October
Crafts Council NL
Veemgebouw, 2nd floor
Eindhoven (NL)

study by Gino Anthonisse
study by Christa van der Meer
12 April 2018

We had the honour to develop the campaign for the 10th edition of Fashion Clash Festival! With this series of cakes we want to celebrate your favourite garments, instead of making new ones. Read more on this here.

Photography: Lonneke van de Palen

Nawie's favourite shirt
Anouk's favourite shoes
Branko's favourite garment
Laurens' favourite fashion socks
Dewi's favourite socks
20 February 2018

In the early Summer of 2017, the Zeeuws Museum, as instructed by Das Leben am Haverkamp, invites 40 visitors to give a description of 40 randomly selected objects of the museum’s collection out of storage. Objects in the storage rooms are anonymous, without judgment, without a story. It is that anonymity that appeals to the imagination. The subjective descriptions of regional costume, jewellery and household goods induced us to develop a new collec­tion without ever having seen the objects described.

With this method and our collection Das Leben am Haverkamp aims to create a bridge between past and future, between knowing and fantasizing, between the image of yourself and that of the other.

Volkskrant described it as one of the cultural highlights of 2018. Glamcult said to go see this with your own eyes – “The journey is worth it”. Read about what i-D Vice and VPRO Nooit Meer Slapen had to say about it.

17 February 2018 – 5 May 2019
www.zeeuwsmuseum.nl

 

object by Christa van der Meer / photography: Anda van Riet, Mieke Wijnen and Janne van Gilst
object by Dewi Bekker / photography: Anda van Riet, Mieke Wijnen and Janne van Gilst
object by Anouk van Klaveren / photography: Anda van Riet, Mieke Wijnen and Janne van Gilst
object by Gino Anthonisse / photography: Anda van Riet, Mieke Wijnen and Janne van Gilst
photography: Pim Top
photography: Pim Top
photography: Pim Top
photography: Presstigieuxx
22 January 2018

Are you ready for the opening of Zeeuws Museum x Das Leben am Haverkamp?

17 February 2018, 15.00 h
Abdij, Middelburg (NL)

campaign by Studio Lennarts & de Bruijn

31 October 2017

Last Saturday Das Leben am Haverkamp received the Dutch Design Award in the category Fashion for the work Bravado – A pretentious, swaggering display or courage during the award show at Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. This was our first big show at Future Generation, Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week last 26 January, which was well received by Volkskrant, NRC, Elsevier, Glamcult and Fucking Young! ao. Although we were already very honoured to be nominated, winning is even better.

3 October 2017

Steaming on the beach this summer. Our collective project Quirky cruise is captured by Sanja Murasic. The object are now on show in the great exhibition Uit de Mode @ Centraal Museum Utrecht NL until 22nd of October 2017.

photography: Sanja Marusic
model: Varusa Misidjan and Wouter van de Kuijt

15 July 2017

Boomtsjikke wah wah! We showed our Quirky Cruise collection as the opening show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Amsterdam this week and we hope it will stick to you the whole summer. It will not only serve the mind and eyes of “more seasoned jet-setters” but also the agoraphobics who will enjoy the sun on their one square meter balcony.

Here is a selection of this collective project.

photography: Team Peter Stigter

model: Naomi Smith
model: Jip Loots
Model: Andreas van der Mast
Model: Bob Groot
model: Driewieler Collectief
model: Jody Rouwenhorst
model: Peggy Schwab
model: Noami Smith
model: Driewieler Collectief
13 July 2017

Oh yeah, we are nominated for two Dutch Design Awards! Both in the category Young Designer as in the category Fashion.

11 July 2017

As a contribution to art=ARTIS, Anouk van Klaveren and Dewi Bekker created A residence that might remind you of that unique hotel in Magdeburg or that colourful gym where you used to train for tampon hockey. In a former bear stay they furnished a Bed&Breakfast.

Following their own interpretation of Standards for the Accommodation and Care of Animals in Zoos and Aquaria, drafted by EAZA (European Association of Zoos and Aquaria) the designers created a habitat.

Make yourself comfortable and enjoy the unique view and location of this accomodation.

9 June 2017

Proud to announce we will be the opening show at this upcoming edition of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Amsterdam. The members of Das Leben am Haverkamp all have their individual practice, but for this occasion we unite, as we will show a collective project this night.

13 July 2017
Gashouder, Amsterdam
(invite only)

9 April 2017

These adornments are a significant part of PROJECT 000 005 – ‘His Majesty prefers pigs’ by Anouk van Klaveren.Captured by photographer Imke Ligthart

model: Wouter van de Kuijt
styling: Anna Mala

1 February 2017

Our show Bravado: a pretentious, swaggering display of courage took place during Amsterdam Fashion Week in January 2017. We displayed four collections in one show, while exploring different ways to present fashion to an audience.

Photography: Team Peter Stigter

'A flag, stripes and a guy in green overalls' by Dewi Bekker
'A flag, stripes and a guy in green overalls' by Dewi Bekker
PROJECT 000 005 - 'His Majesty Prefers Pigs' by Anouk van Klaveren
"PROJECT 000 005 - 'His Majesty Prefers Pigs'" by Anouk van Klaveren
'Wandâ' by Gino Anthonisse
'Wandâ' by Gino Anthonisse
'Creamy Dream' by Christa van der Meer
'Creamy Dream' by Christa van der Meer
29 January 2017

By using a life-size collage technique, Gino Anthonisse creates designs that are surprising as well as astonishingly surreal. By combining collages together with origami he discovers an approach on how to design clothing without sewing, only using folding for its construction.

photography: Lisandro Suriel
model: Noah Owie

29 January 2017

Clothing enables you to express your identity and flaunt it. That is why Christa van der Meer wonders, in what way is the clothing you wear connected to your identity? Is fashion still an expression of identity when it is not worn by a person, but worn by an object? The collection Creamy Dream is a cheerful exploration of these questions.

photography: Verena Blok
model: Katinka van Gorkum, Bernice Nauta and Reynir Þór

Thanks to Pannenkoeken Paviljoen Malieveld

 

model: Reynir Þór
model: Katinka van Gorkum
model: Bernice Nauta
model: Bernice Nauta
model: Reynir Þór
29 January 2017

With this collection Dewi Bekker created an alienating group identity that is defined by an absurdist aesthetic that includes bright colours, striped patterns, rubber gloves and masks.

photography: Iris van der Zee
model: Jip Loots

9 January 2017

For PROJECT 000 005 – ‘His majesty prefers pigs’, Anouk van Klaveren created a series of characters, costumes, jewellery, props and sets. The projects has been shown in various set-ups at Atelier Néerlandais, Amsterdam Fashion Week and Kunstlinie Almere Flevoland.

photography: Imke Ligthart

 

model: Giuliano Bolivar
model: Darcy Nann Henry I
model: Giuliano Bolivar
model: Lisandro Suriel
model: Lisando Suriel
model: Marlies van Stolk
photography: Imke Ligthart
6 December 2016

We will be part of the opening of Amsterdam Fashion Week in January 2017! Invite only. A big shout out to Future Generation and Stroom Den Haag

Show experience
26 January 2017
Transformatorhuis, Amsterdam

Showroom
21-23 January 2017
Marais, Paris

Campaign - Das Leben am Haverkamp x Future Generation
8 November 2016

Collages by Dewi Bekker

29,7 x 21 cm
29,7 x 21 cm
7 November 2016

Imke Ligthart and Das Leben am Haverkamp paired up! These photos are published in the book Pairs Project.

mask and shirt by Dewi Bekker
coat and trousers by Dewi Bekker
coat by Anouk van Klaveren / trousers by Christa van der Meer
coat by Dewi Bekker / mask by Anouk van Klaveren
dress and mask by Christa van der Meer
coat by Anouk van Klaveren
mask, coat and shirt by Gino Anthonisse
22 August 2016

Time is just a made-up concept.
We could turn it the other way around.
Make it into something that’s fiction in your eyes and reality in ours.
Welcome to our liquid space time warp.

This calendar is a collaboration between Marsdiep and Das Leben am Haverkamp and was presented in Avondwinkel de Buren op 101 in Amsterdam.
The collages are by Das Leben am Haverkamp and are made from found footage.

3 May 2016

photography: Jeronimus van Pelt
edit: Das Leben am Haverkamp

Anouk van Klaveren
Gino Anthonisse
Christa van der Meer
Dewi Bekker
21 April 2016

#no filter

23 February 2016

Gino Anthonisse is always searching for wonder. By using a collage technique he creates designs that are surprising as well as surreal astonishing. This technique is also shown is his new installation of the collection MADODA.

photography: Anouk van Kalmthout
model: Evandro @ Tony Jones Model Management

23 February 2016

A project by Christa van der Meer. By wrapping her silhouettes in different cultures, she allows a new global silhouette to be born and gives us new ideas how to incorporate new fabrics and various prints. As an elaboration of her previous collection she continued the investigation on how to translate 2D images to 3D designs. The result is presented in a film which gives you an 360 degrees view on the collection.

photography: Luka Karssenberg / models: Vasura Misidjan and Stephany Kerssenberg / hair and make-up: Chris Völkers / shoes: by Fabian Bredt / styling: Anna Mala

23 February 2016

Orange juice, Day 7

23 February 2016

This is a project by Dewi Bekker. During her quest, she researches on myths and alter egos, which include superheroes, traditional European festivities and James Bond. This is shown in her new collection The sun would not catch them on the road.

photography: Henri Verhoef
model: Jelle Smid @ Tony Jones Model Management

21 February 2016

Cheese, Day 58

15 January 2016

Anouk van Klaveren’s PROJECT 000 002 – Vestes ad illustrandam embryogenesin hominis et mammalium abnormen in the desert.

photography: Imke Lighthart

8 January 2016

You are invited

The Show-off Show
23 – 27 January
Atelier Néerlandais
Paris

Campaign - Das Leben am Haverkamp x Paris Fashion Week
15 November 2015

Gefelicifashion – a celebration of conventions featured in Glamcult

photographer: Imke Ligthart
model: Henk Kalfsterman

7 October 2015

Collages by Christa van der Meer

Presented on Dutch Design Week 2015 as part of In No Particular Order of Creative Fund NL

18 August 2015

Coffee, Day 12

11 August 2015

– a celebration of conventions

This Das Leben am Haverkamp collaboration was shown during Future Generation at Amsterdam Fashion Week.

model: Koos Heemskerk

photography Team Peter Stigter
photography Team Peter Stigter
backstage photo by Gijsje Heemskerk
backstage photo by Gijsje Heemskerk
10 May 2015

Sandra Zegarra Patow photographed our works in Belfast

stylist: Lewis Robert Cameron / model: Stephen Edgar

 

coat by Dewi Bekker
jumper by Anouk van Klaveren
outfit by Gino Anthonisse
5 May 2015

Collages & sketches by Dewi Bekker for the upcoming collection.

42 x 29,7 cm
42 x 29,7 cm
42 x 29,7 cm
42 x 29,7 cm
42 x 29,7 cm
29 April 2015

Collage of upcoming work Gino Anthonisse

collage 29 x 21 cm © Gino Anthonisse
7 April 2015

This is a nice photo shoot by Jaimy Gail de Gier. And that is a good thing. Clothing by Christa van der Meer

7 April 2015

Henri Verhoef photographed pieces from Gino Anthonisse and Dewi Bekker in his project.

photography: Henri Verhoef
styling: Tessa de Boer
hair: Jennifer Wijngaard and Xiomara Virdo
makeup: Jolanda Denneman and Xiomara Virdo
model: Jay Eversdijk

5 April 2015

Anouk van Klaveren’s leather pieces in a photography project of Imke Panhuijzen.

 

4 April 2015

Dewi’s pieces are featured in this crazy shoot for Mondaze magazine.

photography: Jacob van Rozelaar / make-up and hair: Melanie Foeh / styling: Luna Michel / model: Ziggy

12 March 2015

Lemonade, day 8

5 February 2015

Gino Anthonisse’s collection Lost Wonder in a photography project of Anouk van Kalmthout!

photography: Anouk van Kalmthout / model: Dax van Eijkeren and Julia Baas

4 December 2014

Mixed juices, 9 Days

11 October 2014

Anouk van Klaveren launched her new PROJECT 000 003 – Privacy is Theft. Because plastic is fantastic.

photography: Imke Ligthart

10 October 2014

Collecting fish for a photo shoot of Anouk van Klaveren’s PROJECT 000 003 – Privacy is Theft with photographer Imke Lighthart.

3 May 2014

PROJECT 000 002 – Hypertrichosis bow tie 2.0 is an ongoing project by Anouk van Klaveren. Collected human hair is being preserved in a series of custom made bow ties. The project was created as a performative sequal to Anouks graduation project and shown at BACK STAGE ON STAGE, Salone del Mobile in Milan.

photography: Dayna Casey and Joel Nieminen

2 May 2014

Anouk van Klaveren has been collecting hair of the audience at Salone del mobile 2014 to be used as raw material in PROJECT 000 004 – Hypertrichosis Bow Tie 2.0. Check out the whole collection at www.anoukvanklaveren.com

1 May 2014

A series of portraits painted on silk that were made by Christa van der Meer during a performance at BACK STAGE ON STAGE during Salone del Mobile, Milano 2014. This project stems from a fascination for the proportions of the face and the emotions that influence its expression. Specific parts of the portraits are shrunk to change the expression of the portrait.

50 x 60 cm/ textile dye on silk
50 x 60 cm/ textile dye on silk
50 x 60 cm/ textile dye on silk
50 x 60 cm/ textile dye on silk
50 x 60 cm/ textile dye on silk
10 January 2014

Graduation collection & collages by Gino Anthonisse.

Photography: Lisandro Suriel
Model: Jip Loots

1 September 2013

The graduation project I would like to brink beer high among the Aesir by Dewi Bekker. Photography by Imke Ligthart and Henri Verhoef, model Jip Loots.

24 August 2013

This project by Anouk van Klaveren exists of a series of 17 garments, following anatomical abnormalities of the human body.

photography: Janne van Gilst

7 August 2013

An investigation by Christa van der Meer into the relation between her portraits and fashion design.

collages from found footage

photography: Lisandro Suriel
model: Christella Garard
styling: Lydiëne Thomas

photography: Lisandro Suriel/ model: Christella Garard/ styling: Lydiëne Thomas
photography: Lisandro Suriel/ model: Panjua Sarour/ styling: Lydiëne Thomas
photography: Lisandro Suriel/ model: Christella Garard/ styling: Lydiëne Thomas
3 May 2013

PROJECT 000 002 – Vestes Ad Illustrandam Embryogenesin Hominis Et Mammalium Abnormen

by Anouk van Klaveren

photography: Rik Versteeg

Who might have guessed that at least seven billion atoms found their way to construct four individual entities that would eventually speak and discuss the current state of affairs of something we delightfully – but often problematically – call fashion? A collision of people like this just happens once in a blue moon.

Our main protagonists – Anouk van Klaveren (1991), Christa van der Meer (1988), Dewi Bekker (1990) and Gino Anthonisse (1988) – joined forces and formed the collective Das Leben am Haverkamp after graduating from the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague.

Their unconventional approach to design and fashion results in thought-provoking, unpolished work, often inspired by daily rituals, cultural relativity of luxury and alter egos. New, uncharted territory is explored during the inventive performances and presentations of Das Leben am Haverkamp. All the members have their individual practice, and present their projects collectively.

Their headquarter is a laboratory situated in The Hague. Despite the freezing cold in winter, the abandoned building is a pleasurable place to be. Experiment takes place in their year-round playground – a motley mixture of black and white cats, purple pill bugs and wild plants that wangle their way in.

Das Leben am Haverkamp collectively disagrees on the imaginative borders created between (art) disciplines. Together they create the novel context necessary for their unrestricted way of working and thinking. Welcome to their island spaceship disjointed from time and space. It could all of a sudden land at a prestigious museum, or right in front of you at your local supermarket, but never as you expect.

EXHIBITIONS AND SHOWS

2018

Zeeuw Museum, Zeeuws Museum x Das Leben am Haverkamp, Middelburg (NL) 17 Feb 2018 – 5 May 2019

HOW&WOW – studio by Crafts Council NL, Gino Anthonisse en Christa van der Meer, Dutch Design Week, Eindhoven (NL) 20 – 29 October

Centraal Museum, Quirky Cruise as part of the permanent setup – Tromp L’oeil, Utrecht (NL) from April on

Modemuze, Modemuze@OBA: Innovation, Quirky Cruise, Amsterdam (NL) 18 May – 2 Sept

WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get), Grey Space in The Middle, The Hague (NL) 12 May

HOW&WOW – cooperazione! by Crafts Council NL, Salone del Mobile, Milan (IT) 18 – 21 April

A residence that might remind you of that unique hotel in Magdeburg or that colourful gym where you used to train for tampon hockey, by Dewi Bekker and Anouk van Klaveren, ARTIS, Amsterdam (NL) 19 April – 26 August

Quirky Cruise, Heden, The Hague (NL) 3 March – 7 April

2017

Winner, Dutch Design Award category Fashion

Nominee, Dutch Design Award category Young Designer

Dutch Design Week, Dutch Design Awards exhibition, Veemgebouw, Eindhoven (NL)

Dutch Design Week, preview Zeeuws Museum x Das Leben am Haverkamp, Eindhoven, (NL)

Centraal Museum, Uit de Mode, Quirky Cruise by Das Leben am Haverkamp, Utrecht (NL)

Nest, Pitch Black Photo Booth by Eddie The Eagle Museum in collaboration with Das Leben am Haverkamp, Nest, The Hague (NL)

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Amsterdam, Quirky Cruise, opening show by Das Leben am Haverkamp (NL)

Punch Punch and About Asia at Future Center, Boom City, by Fashionclash, Chengdu (CHN)

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Amsterdam, Future Generation presents Das Leben am Haverkamp (NL)

Tijdgenoten, a night by Glamcult at nightclub De School, Amsterdam (NL)

Avondwinkel de Buren op 102, presentation collaboration Das Leben am Haverkamp and Marsdiep, Amsterdam (NL)

2016

Atelier Néerlandais, The Show-Off Show, Paris (FR)

Mercedez Benz Fashion Week Amsterdam, Future Generation, Gefelicifashion, Amsterdam (NL)

2015

Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, performance and exhibition in de Tuinzaal, The Hague (NL)

 

FEATURES

2018

Modemuze (NL), Wat zie ik nu? Tromp l’oeil in de mode, 19 October

NRC (NL), Vanzelfsprekend was de Amsterdamse modeweek nooit, 4 September

Flair (DE+AT), Kuchenkreation von Das Leben am Haverkamp, August issue

Mister Motley Salon (NL), Vier attracties, één kermis, 22 July

i-D Vice (US), meet the radical fashion collective making clothes you can eat, 24 April

See All This, Zeeuws Museum x Das Leben am Haverkamp, no.9, spring issue

Elle Decoration (NL), Salone del Mobile, April

NRC, Tentoonstelling, Op deze expositie moet je het zelf uitzoeken, 14 March

Volkskrant, 16 culturele hoogtepunten van 2018, Cultuurtip 8, Originele ontwerpers aan de slag met impressies van museumbezoek, 5 Jan.

Glamcult, Das Leben am Haverkamp teams up with Zeeuws Museum, 16 Feb.

VPRO Nooit Meer Slapen, De Reismicrofoon, 15 Feb.

i-D Vice (NL), Das Leben am Haverkamp raakte geïnspireerd door Zeeuwse folklore, 6 Feb.

2017

Volkskrant V, Het talent van 2018, Mode en design, second place, 28 December

HP/ De Stijl, Alles Neu!, interview with Das Leben am Haverkamp, winter 2017/18

Volkskrant, Dude is wat tijdschrift voor designers moet zijn: vooruitstrevend en elegant, 9 Nov.

Dude, by BNO, Young Designer Award, autumn 2017

Elsevier, Interview met drie kanshebbers voor Young Designer Award, 23 Oct.

Viewpoint, Das Leben am Haverkamp – The fashion rebels, #40

Metal Magazine, Das Leben am Haverkamp – Defying fashion as it is, Oct.

NRC, review Amsterdam Fashion Week, 18 July

Nylon, Why We’re Obsessed With Amsterdam Fashion Week, 18 July

Metro, Das Leben am Haverkamp opent Fashion Week, 14 July

Parool, Een schilderij om aan te trekken, 13 July

Elsevier, Kwartet van solisten in overrompelende show, March

Fucking Young!, Das Leben am Haverkamp, Jan.

NRC, Nieuwe koers voor Amsterdam Fashion Week, 27 Jan.

Volkskrant, Overdonderende shows van jong Nederlands talent, 31 Jan.

Parool, Das Leben am Haverkamp opent Fashionweek met vier shows, 26 Jan.

i-D Vice, Das Leben am Haverkamp, Jan.

2016

Pairs Project, Dogme, Jan.

Pairs Project by Eclectic Magazine, #12 Welcome to Cathood, Nov.

A Shaded view on Fashion by Diane Pernet, Jan.

Eclectic Magazine, Introducing: Das Leben am Haverkamp, Jan.

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