Merel van Glabbeek @ Amsterdam Fashion Week

Merel van Glabbeek presented her 'Flame' collection during the 27th Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Amsterdam. A collection full of detail, surprising combination of materials and craftsmanship, making each piece unique and exclusive.

Merel van Glabbeek at Amsterdam Fashion Week - Mexican influences in her 'Flame' collection


Merel van Glabbeek is always looking for a balance between structure and chaos, 'Flame' is about masking all chaos in the world with beauty. This collection is a mix of feminine silhouettes with urban elements and Mexican influences.

Black and red are the main colours in 'Flame', combined with flower and shadow prints. Beads and sequins are used as decoration in belts, arm sleeves and in a mask.
Her trip to Mexico is been a big inspiration for her Flame collection. A country where an overload of decoration is used to hide the mess. Her silhouettes are strong, dark and feminine. She used fabrics like denim, jersey and bamboo to compliment the shapes and silhouettes.

Here a glimpse of her collection, more photos on Patricia Reports!

Merel van Glabbeek at Amsterdam Fashion Week - mask

Merel van Glabbeek at Amsterdam Fashion Week - Mexican influences in her 'Flame' collection

Merel van Glabbeek at Amsterdam Fashion Week - Mexican influences in her 'Flame' collection

Merel van Glabbeek at Amsterdam Fashion Week



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