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SO DUTCH FASHION - So Dutch Fashion is the PR-unit of the Dutch Fashion Foundation and focuses on the world-wide promotion of Dutch fashion. We present the collections of nine designers in our showroom in the World Fashion Centre and we offer diverse PR activities for these designers.

So Dutch Fashion is located in the World Fashion Centre in Amsterdam.
Kon. Wilhelminaplein 13 / Tower 1 / Floor 13
T +31 (0)20 6170957

You are always welcome to visit our showroom from Monday until Thursday from 10:00hrs - 17:00hrs. It is not necessary to make an appointment.

The following labels are presented in the So Dutch Fashion showroom:

- Dimitry Frenko Krul -

© Eva Lokhorst




Dimitry Frenko Krul

Photos © Ola Rindal, Frank de Graaf, Ola Rindal

Dimitry works as an independent and freelance fashion designer and works as a creative director for several companies, for developing strategy, hand writing, style and collections. Besides that he works on his collections in his studio at the World Fashion Centre. At the So Dutch Fashion showroom three collections are available: Miss Robinson#: ‘Late afternoon’, Blanket Project# and Skirt Project#.

Miss Robinson#: ‘Late afternoon’ is a small couture/prêt-a-porter collection. It's made with lots of hand work and three dimensional pattern techniques. In combination with the characteristics of the fabrics women's feminity is emphasized. The collection shows a hint of the thirties, especially in the use of colour, crepe georgette and silk fabrics. And as well a sober luxury with a sexy touch.Furthermore the symmetrical asymmetry stands out from the designs and the execution of it.

Blanket Project# is a ‘work in progress’ collection. The collection consists of blanket coats, which are made through moulage and refer to the overcoats from the past century but with a modern touch. For the woollen fabrics Dimitry used reused blankets with enlarged designs, such as blocks, chequered dessins.

Skirt Poject# shows a rainbow of colours. The skirts are made of jute and have each their own feminine and voluminous design. Pink, yellow, green and brown tones are represented.




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