Fashion Makes Sense
9th edition FASHIONCLASH

 

The 9th edition of FASHIONCLASH Festival took place earlier this month in Maastricht with over 150 emerging designers presented.

The unique four-day fashion festival (June 29 – July 2) exceeded all expectations with the unique works of over 150 young designers and artists from all over the world.

 

Photos @ Team Peter Stigter

 

An international audience was treated with extraordinary fashion shows, crossover theatre and dance performances, the Clash Project and the Fashion Makes Sense LAB especially composed for this edition. This LAB included expositions, a designer market, workshops and fashion talks. Moreover, the long expected opening of the new incubator, the Forza Fashion House Maastricht was a part of this year’s edition.

FASHIONCLASH Festival provided a unique opportunity to stimulate your senses, to get inspired by the world of fashion, to meet new upcoming international fashion talents and obviously to enjoy the fashion city of Maastricht.

 

Photos @ Team Peter Stigter

 

FASHIONCLASH is an innovative, interdisciplinary development platform and international fashion network that focusses on supporting a new generation of designers and artists. The main goal is to connect talent, knowledge, creativity and entrepreneurship and to challenge the (fashion) world. Over the past ten years FASHIONCLASH has grown from a single project into an influential fashion statement by developing and organizing projects such as the annual festival in Maastricht. Besides the festival, the FASHIONCLASH platform develops various cross-over projects with other disciplines and also presents master classes, workshops and social design projects and has collaborated with projects in Brazil, China, Poland, Portugal, Mauritius, Germany, Belgium, France, Malta, UK, Ireland and South Africa.

 

Fashion Makes Sense
9th Edition of FASHIONCLASH Festival
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