The international platform for fashion design talent, the New Order of Fashion (NOoF), has presented its latest fashion graduates, 'Do It - A joint Catalyst for Change', at Dutch Design Week (DDW).
NOoF aims to show off a new generation of fashion talent and to celebrate craftsmanship and creativity as a counterpoint to the fast fashion industry, according to a statement.
The fashion graduates this year include the following: Antonia Schreiter, Caitlin Yates , Hanna Ryd, Jeppe Juel, Jessica Guzman, Jessica Rijkers, Juha Vehmaanperä, Leevi Ikäheimo, Jessica Guzman, Max Willebrand Westin, Priss Niinikoski, Riun Jo, Wendy Owusu, Wolter Pot, Woo Jin Joo and Yun Xie.
They will be mentored by NOoF's creative head Harm Rensink, NOoF's artistic research mentor dr. Pauline van Dongen, designer and up cyclist Matthew Needham and Swedish fashion designer Stina Randestad.
The graduates’ work will not only be presented at DDW, but, it will also stay in NOoF’s circular lab and fashion atelier to be viewed by visitors.
The platform is supported by Cultuur Eindhoven, Het Nieuwe Instituut Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, Regiodeal Brainport Eindhoven and Stimulation Fund Creative Industries.
Additionally, NOoF has created partnerships with the following: Aalto University in Helsinki, Arch & Hook, BioGlitz, sail manufacturer Dimension-Polyant, Fashion for Good, HILO, Kniterate, Louet, The Student Hotel and Zeeman.
The NOoF event will take place from October 16-24 at Strijp S in Eindhoven.
Fashion designers: Caitlin Yates, Jeppe Juel, Hanna Ryd
Photo credit: New Order of Fashion