HTNK at MODEFABRIEK - CURATED STORE
When: 9th & 10th July
Where: Modefabriek, Amsterdam RAI - District B
The Curated Store by HTNK is a platform at Modefabriek, spotlighting the next generation of cutting-edge brands. The platform supports small and upcoming brands, whilst providing the Modefabriek visitors with a carefully curated selection of brands to keep an eye on.
This edition features:
A Dutch label striving to combine the Paris rock ’n roll feel with the iconic downtown look of New York. Bringing you supersoft slouchy sweaters, edgy hoodies & sweatpants, casual t-shirts and some leather goods. EVA does not mince words as you can tell by her collection.
This Amsterdam jewellery brand has to be worn with a wink and a smile. Their collections will take the Dam (and world) by storm with their treasure chest filled with the latest awesomeness.
The concept of Johny Be Good is simple; white shirts tattooed with quotes. Handwritten quotes by illustrator Axelle Zwartjes, embroidered on a classic wardrobe staple with a strong melancholic feel.
This Amsterdam based brand brings you timeless timepieces with a less is more starting point, inspired by the minimalistic lifestyle in Tokyo.
LIBORDEA is super fresh on the market; founded in 2017 by two long-time friends with common interests, especially in leather jackets. The name itself is an abbreviation of Liberty or Death, which perfectly portrays the founders’ longing to be liberated from the corporate world and do something they love.
Majem creates sustainable rainwear for cyclists. Originated in Amsterdam, they ai mto ease the life of the fashion-minded bicycle commuter.
Women’s wear with a strong focus on high quality, both in the use of materials and the production. Long lasting pieces that are destined to be your favourite garment.
Skrew is a graphic design studio and street wear brand focussing on clean branding and top notch artwork. They deliver appealing black and white designs, designed with care they come with a fairwear label.
Handmade jewellery defined by straight lines and geometrical shapes, and inspired by Interbellum architecture, with a less-is-more attitude.