This summer from June 8 to July 21, the 5th edition of MoBA (Arnhem Mode Biennale) rather curated by the trend forecaster Li Edelkoort with the theme Fetishism in Fashion.

Low-and high-tech production place for anyone who wants, in the heart of the Fashion Biennale. From June 8 t / m July 8 is the MoBA LAB active. This physical place in the city (Broerenstraat 53), serves as a high-and low-tech production site. A place where an open mind prevails for fashion, art, design and exhibition of MoBA. Where young people come together to exchange knowledge and experience. Out The MoBA LAB is a dynamic fashion studio, where everyone in a relatively simple way concepts can develop into prototypes. 

MoBA LAB focuses on young people and is also a meeting place for artists, (fashion) designers, architects, developers, scientists and residents from Arnhem (far) environs. For young and creative professionals are master classes, workshops and trainings.

About  MoBA 13

In a series of exhibitions and events, the passionate connection to the public with fashion and accessories explored and mapped. Of the many wristbands by wearing different bra straps to tighten the corset laces that we are literally connected with and under the spell of fashion that the fetishism of man used in its design. A new world of helmets, harnesses and corsets, of caps, aprons and diapers, of tabards and capes, masks, veils and wigs, clogs, and stilts have changed the idiom of the fashion of tomorrow. 

In MoBA 13: Fetishism in Fashion will Li Edelkoort in collaboration with co-curator Philip Fimmano and assisted by Willem Schenk guided by the very special and - so far - unexplored world of fashion and fetishism. 

Fetishism in Fashion

Li Edelkoort says about Fetishism in Fashion: " A ls great lover of clothing and textiles in particular, I decided to analyze the obsession with fashion and parse through a theme dedicated to the phenomenon of fetishism. An analysis of the need to explore and express ourselves, to cover and extract the most eccentric extremes to which the desire for beauty man can turn to the eye, looking for the strong connections that exist between the garment and the carrier, the passion that a pair of shoes can cause or emotional experience that the tactility of textiles can bring us. "

Peter Movrin

Among designers like Prada, Damir Doma, Jean Paul Gaultier, Iris van Herpen, Pam Hogg, Bas Kosters, Maison Martin Margiela, Moschino, Rick Owens, Kosuke Tsumura, Undercover, Viktor & Rolf, Yohji Yamamoto, Juun.J etc., will show his work also a super talented Slovene designer Peter Movrin. He will participate with his collection Franz Madonna. (see the video of the collection below).


Photos by: Marcel van der Vlugt
Video: Luka Tisler

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