Chemistry and Fashion @ Tony Cohen for DSM

This afternoon at the 16th Amsterdam Fashion Week Tony Cohen presented his fall/winter 2012/2012 collection in the Westergasfabriek near the center of the capital of The Netherlands.

Tony Cohen collaborated with DSM, a dutch company active in health, nutrition and materials like fibers.
Man-made fibers are used in almost every collection in the global textile industry.
DSM claims that substances are not only prettier and prettier in color, by adding man-made fibers but are also more workable, they are better and last longer. The prejudices of the past for treatment of non-natural materials into substances are therefore of the past according to DSM. With the latest technological developments, the use of man-made fibers to ensure that designs are produced as signed by the designer.

A dream for Tony Cohen came true by being able to stand at the 'cradle' of fabric development, from raw material till the thread.

A collection with feminine and elegant pieces, long and sleek silhouettes, refined draping techniques and fashion forward materials as you can seen in my photo review.

Shoes by Tony Cohen

Make up by House of Orange
Chemistry and Fashion @ Tony Cohen for DSM Chemistry and Fashion @ Tony Cohen for DSM Reviewed by Patricia Munster on 3:04:00 PM Rating: 5

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