We spotted Deborah and her friends, Janneke and Marjon, at Museumplein. They were on their way to attend a show. Deborah (left) owns a concept store in Amsterdam that showcases fashion, design and architecture; next to the high-end fashion labels and it also provides a space and platform for emerging designers. We loved the visual explosion and mixture of colours, textures and styles creating unique bold looks. Especially Janneke's complementary colours and a mix of check and leopard print and those funky platforms Marjon was wearing. We think they should have 'Mix it up' as their 'leitmotif!' @azzurrodue
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Saara always endeavours to look well turned out. She likes to combine her key items with a delicate choice of accessories: like this headscarf in a warm tone and the tiny bag by Jacquemus, a self-taught man who created his own brand at the age of 19. That also happens to be the same age as Saara, a content creator who is currently studying Bussiness and Management. Simon Porte Jacquemus said, "If you want something, do it all the way." Saara literally has all of this seasons trends covered, perhaps an indication that she doesn't do things by halves, the future looks bright! @perksofbeingsaara
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Dang is a dentist who likes his labels. We spotted him in his Saint Laurent t-shirt and Issey Miyake trousers at Prinsengracht in Amsterdam. But he was also wearing jewellery by a lesser well known but very talented designer called Nhat-Vu Dang, his brother, who is a jewellery designer with an exhibition currently running in the city. Both brothers have the word ‘Vũ’ in their names. According to Nhat-Vu 'it is derived from the Vietnamese word for ‘UNIVERSE’ or ‘COSMOS’ and gets the meaning of ‘STORM’ whenever added to a name with the intention to give the name and the name-bearer strength and power.' Clearly, this gives them great fortitude in their design and medical pursuits. Maybe Dang wears a cape at his practice! @Dangvdang
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Cycling shorts have become a versatile, tomboy alternative to feminine skirts and dresses. And here is Jewaria pairing them with an oversized hoodie and sock booties to make it feel less "spin class". Jewaria is a young Amsterdamer with Vietnamese and Moroccan roots. She has been a model since the age of 14 and has a website and blog where she writes about beauty, food and motherhood; because Jewaria has also become a mother in recent months and it takes up most of her time together with her law studies. Congrats on your baby Jewaria, with the modelling, blogging, baby and law studies...no wonder you need a look that fulfils the need for speed! @jewaria
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We spotted Deborah and her friends, Janneke and Marjon, at Museumplein. They were on their way to attend a show. Deborah (left) owns a concept store in Amsterdam that showcases fashion, design and architecture; next to the high-end fashion labels and it also provides a space and platform for emerging designers. We loved the visual explosion and mixture of colours, textures and styles creating unique bold looks. Especially Janneke's complementary colours and a mix of check and leopard print and those funky platforms Marjon was wearing. We think they should have 'Mix it up' as their 'leitmotif!' @azzurrodue
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Cycling shorts have become a versatile, tomboy alternative to feminine skirts and dresses. And here is Jewaria pairing them with an oversized hoodie and sock booties to make it feel less "spin class". Jewaria is a young Amsterdamer with Vietnamese and Moroccan roots. She has been a model since the age of 14 and has a website and blog where she writes about beauty, food and motherhood; because Jewaria has also become a mother in recent months and it takes up most of her time together with her law studies. Congrats on your baby Jewaria, with the modelling, blogging, baby and law studies...no wonder you need a look that fulfils the need for speed! @jewaria
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Dang is a dentist who likes his labels. We spotted him in his Saint Laurent t-shirt and Issey Miyake trousers at Prinsengracht in Amsterdam. But he was also wearing jewellery by a lesser well known but very talented designer called Nhat-Vu Dang, his brother, who is a jewellery designer with an exhibition currently running in the city. Both brothers have the word ‘Vũ’ in their names. According to Nhat-Vu 'it is derived from the Vietnamese word for ‘UNIVERSE’ or ‘COSMOS’ and gets the meaning of ‘STORM’ whenever added to a name with the intention to give the name and the name-bearer strength and power.' Clearly, this gives them great fortitude in their design and medical pursuits. Maybe Dang wears a cape at his practice! @Dangvdang
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Viet was spotted in Dam Square while he was doing some shopping. He has Vietnamese heritage and a passion for street style as a way of expression. He studied Social Studies in the University of Amsterdam but he is currently involved in the sneakers world, immersing himself in fashion. He whispered a couple secrets about his fresh style: about getting lost in street markets, and when it comes to pants... it's gotta be Dickies! With style this good, we should all take note!
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Saara always endeavours to look well turned out. She likes to combine her key items with a delicate choice of accessories: like this headscarf in a warm tone and the tiny bag by Jacquemus, a self-taught man who created his own brand at the age of 19. That also happens to be the same age as Saara, a content creator who is currently studying Bussiness and Management. Simon Porte Jacquemus said, "If you want something, do it all the way." Saara literally has all of this seasons trends covered, perhaps an indication that she doesn't do things by halves, the future looks bright! @perksofbeingsaara
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Meet Giada aka Dj Yoshiko. She comes from Italy and currently lives in Amsterdam. Her eclectic style caught our attention. Giada was wearing a KID SUPER suit from the "Dance your Dance" collection, inspired by the concept of youth and our "inner superheroes". The New York-based creative collective has been killing it lately and not only designs and makes clothing, also makes paints and does art shows, record music and make music videos. The collection's official mantra says: "Don't worry about other people may think about you. Live your life, play your game, be kind to others and dance your dance". Giada dances the dance and plays the tunes too! @yoshiko_gj_
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We spotted Deborah and her friends, Janneke and Marjon, at Museumplein. They were on their way to attend a show. Deborah (left) owns a concept store in Amsterdam that showcases fashion, design and architecture; next to the high-end fashion labels and it also provides a space and platform for emerging designers. We loved the visual explosion and mixture of colours, textures and styles creating unique bold looks. Especially Janneke's complementary colours and a mix of check and leopard print and those funky platforms Marjon was wearing. We think they should have 'Mix it up' as their 'leitmotif!' @azzurrodue
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Meet Giada aka Dj Yoshiko. She comes from Italy and currently lives in Amsterdam. Her eclectic style caught our attention. Giada was wearing a KID SUPER suit from the "Dance your Dance" collection, inspired by the concept of youth and our "inner superheroes". The New York-based creative collective has been killing it lately and not only designs and makes clothing, also makes paints and does art shows, record music and make music videos. The collection's official mantra says: "Don't worry about other people may think about you. Live your life, play your game, be kind to others and dance your dance". Giada dances the dance and plays the tunes too! @yoshiko_gj_
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Dang is a dentist who likes his labels. We spotted him in his Saint Laurent t-shirt and Issey Miyake trousers at Prinsengracht in Amsterdam. But he was also wearing jewellery by a lesser well known but very talented designer called Nhat-Vu Dang, his brother, who is a jewellery designer with an exhibition currently running in the city. Both brothers have the word ‘Vũ’ in their names. According to Nhat-Vu 'it is derived from the Vietnamese word for ‘UNIVERSE’ or ‘COSMOS’ and gets the meaning of ‘STORM’ whenever added to a name with the intention to give the name and the name-bearer strength and power.' Clearly, this gives them great fortitude in their design and medical pursuits. Maybe Dang wears a cape at his practice! @Dangvdang
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We met Timo at the Flea market Ij-Hallen. This market is one of the great events for vintage lovers, potentially one of the biggest in Europe and it takes place on a weekend every month at NDSM in Amsterdam North. You'll find 450 stalls filled with the most diverse items, including second-hand clothes, vintage furniture and artsy objects; If you are looking for something crazy or authentic you can certainly find it here!. And we have found ours when we spotted Timo. Clearly, the female vs male fashion labels have no relevance in his outfit and we love that! He has a background in Science and Technology and now enjoys making moves in his IG account. @movesbytimo
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Saara always endeavours to look well turned out. She likes to combine her key items with a delicate choice of accessories: like this headscarf in a warm tone and the tiny bag by Jacquemus, a self-taught man who created his own brand at the age of 19. That also happens to be the same age as Saara, a content creator who is currently studying Bussiness and Management. Simon Porte Jacquemus said, "If you want something, do it all the way." Saara literally has all of this seasons trends covered, perhaps an indication that she doesn't do things by halves, the future looks bright! @perksofbeingsaara
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Bike shorts are officially a thing after appearing on the ss18 runways of several top designers. And Juliën was wearing them paired with an XXL t-shirt. Undoubtedly in Holland, where a very high percentage of the population use their bike daily, bike shorts are a practical garment that fulfils the function for which they were created. In Amsterdam, we were celebrating Pride Week and we asked Juliën how he celebrated it; He told us he enjoyed the Netflix boat during the Canal Parade on Saturday, where they were dressed in orange to promote last season of “Orange is the new black”. Whereas for Juliën, bike shorts are the new black! @julienamatkarijo
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Cycling shorts have become a versatile, tomboy alternative to feminine skirts and dresses. And here is Jewaria pairing them with an oversized hoodie and sock booties to make it feel less "spin class". Jewaria is a young Amsterdamer with Vietnamese and Moroccan roots. She has been a model since the age of 14 and has a website and blog where she writes about beauty, food and motherhood; because Jewaria has also become a mother in recent months and it takes up most of her time together with her law studies. Congrats on your baby Jewaria, with the modelling, blogging, baby and law studies...no wonder you need a look that fulfils the need for speed! @jewaria
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We have found our local dandy in town toasting with champagne at the golden hour. He is Thierry and was celebrating a birthday with friends in a bar in one of the little streets of the Jordaan district when we spotted him. For this occasion, he chose a summery Armani blazer from the 80s that he borrowed from his father's wardrobe and we love those 70's style Gucci pants! He pointed out that they -“ are from the Tom Ford era”-; finishing his look with a Dries Van Noten shirt to dance all night long. When he's not looking dapper this dandy likes to pose in an entirely different way; in Warrior one for some healthy yoga! Artist Sebastian Horsley said, "Being a dandy is a condition rather than a profession, it is a defence against suffering and a celebration of life." Champagne, birthdays and great style, life is good eh, Thierry? @thierryomar
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Viet was spotted in Dam Square while he was doing some shopping. He has Vietnamese heritage and a passion for street style as a way of expression. He studied Social Studies in the University of Amsterdam but he is currently involved in the sneakers world, immersing himself in fashion. He whispered a couple secrets about his fresh style: about getting lost in street markets, and when it comes to pants... it's gotta be Dickies! With style this good, we should all take note!
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Atsumi was visiting Amsterdam just for a day. She is Japanese, from Nagano, a city well known for the huge Zenkoji temple. She flew from Tokyo to London, where she embarked on the cruise that brought her to Amsterdam, where she has spent the whole day and returns back on board at night. In spite of her brief visit, Atsumi had time to get some garments in the city, like the striped bag, from the Danish brand Becksondergaard, which also perfectly combined with her maxi dress by Zara. But Atsumi also showed us a little bit of Japan with her sandals and Japanese design beret. Sayōnara Atsumi! @itsubonew
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