Fast Fashion, The First Temporary Museum Of Fashion In Rotterdam
Scostumista: Fast Fashion, the first temporary museum of fashion in Rotterdam. If from now until May you happen to take a ride in the Netherlands, in Rotterdam opened the first museum of fashion pop-up to ‘Het Nieuwe Instituut. The Temporary Fashion Museum displays more than 500 pieces of designers and brands such as Chanel and Yves Saint Laurent, and there is a great shop offering clothes of Dutch designers such as Frans Lung and Viktor & Rolf. You can also wear, borrow, buy or exchange clothes. Also here you will learn to embroider, or even to design and make a head or simply to modify or repair it.
From 13 September 2015 to ‘May 8, 2016, the’ Het Nieuwe Instituut turns into a fashion museum temporary. From the foyer to the wardrobe, and a reading room http://12jam.net, exhibition galleries to ‘auditorium, this temporary museum of fashion will live the whole institution.
The contemporary age is characterized by technological, economic, cultural and social radicals. Het Nieuwe Instituut aims to illuminate and map a rapidly changing world and at the same time encourage the discussion of topics related to the vast field of design. All activities of the Institute are based on the principles of design and innovation – two concepts linked with changing value systems and conflicts. Fashion has quietly renewed the idea of ??renewal constantly selling the past as a future, so framing the current reality. This contrasts sharply with the idea that the renewal is always born from technological innovation. Het Nieuwe Instituut has decided to pay special attention to this form of renewal.
Het Nieuwe Instituut organizes exhibitions, conferences and scholarships, conducts research and development, and public reports on the results of its projects. Artistic director of the Fashion Museum is temporary Guus Beumer. Sociologist by profession, Beumer is director of Het Nieuwe Instituut since January 2013. In 1980 he was a journalist, among many for magazines such as Avenue, Marie-Claire and HP-De Tijd, and in 1990 he was art director of the fashion label Orson + Bodil and SO. Since 2005 he was head of Marres: House of Contemporary Culture and Office Europe / Naim, both located in Maastricht. L ‘Het Nieuwe Instituut was born January 1, 2013 by the merger of the Netherlands Architecture Institute; Premsela: the Netherlands Institute for Design and Fashion; Virtueel Platform and the institution of the “e-culture” and knowledge.