Designer Marloes Blaas presented her first summercollection at AIFW last week. Like Franciscus van der Meer, she also used WWII as an inpiration, but she mainly focused on the peasant life of that period and the atmosphere surrounding the liberation of the war.
The 'Derived' collection has leather shorts, a military overall (which was made from an army tent!) and pants with pockets on the seams. To add contrast, she used some airy fabrics and femine faded tie-dye prints for her maxi-dresses.
Pics courtesy of Jeroen Snijders.
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