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Posted on: 8 September, 2014 - 16:57 - Posted in: events

 
It is London Fashion Week mania!  
I am super honored to DJ for the third time at Larry Tee’s and Anthony McGinley’s Super Electric Party Machine party!
Super Electric Party Machine will be celebrating their 3rd birthday and I will be there to blow out the candles, you too?

Posted on: 8 September, 2014 - 16:14 - Posted in: events

Last Saturday Bas Kosters' dance crew rocked the main stage during Valtifest 2014!
From the first edition present at Valtifest and already for six years in a row the entertainment on the main stage, and it is only getting bigger, better and crazier. This year the Bas Kosters Studio was also responsible for the decoration of the main stage, and it was VOODOO-CRAZY-TASTIC!
We had a blast last Saturday dancing or asses of on the stage during this edition. What a party, it was insane! 
Thank you, Valtifest!

Posted on: 8 September, 2014 - 14:28 - Posted in: events

Yay! This Sunday I will be DJ'ing at the Hope St Issue 3 LFW party. 
Party starts at 19:30 in Cafe Kaizan on Hanover Square in London.

In this issue there also will be an interview with me so come party with us.
See you there! 

Posted on: 1 September, 2014 - 23:00 - Posted in: column

I’m not one to talk negatively online because that’s something I don’t really appreciate, but there is something that surprises me time after time. As probably a lot of you know, I spend quite some time online and on my mobile, and what has really caught my eye lately is the phrase ‘long hair, don’t care’ or any other kind of hair-accompanying selfie. So you show your long hair, blue hair or any kind of hair to us, but you pretend not to care. Why would you even bother to show us that hair if you don’t care?

Posted on: 26 August, 2014 - 23:00 - Posted in: column

It’s almost September, so in fashion land that means it’s time for ‘The September issue’. It is an exciting and stressful time, for those who work at one of the large fashion titles it has been a manic time – like giving birth to a whole new season of fashion. In this digital era, the September print issue is still very important, a way for magazines to present their vision and connect with their readers. Although the digital platforms surrounding the issue are also becoming more important, as we see by numerous making-of videos which tickle our appetite.

Posted on: 25 August, 2014 - 23:00 - Posted in: column

Years ago I was on holiday with friends in Manchester, walking around the fields outside of town. We were visiting a pub in the middle of the fields when a guy at the bar asked us if we were in a band. I said, “Yeah we are, The White Shoes.” And what do you know, the young girls are all of a sudden wearing monstrous big white plastic shoes. I’d always thought white shoes were for the elderly or nurses. Fashion always seems to surprise me and in the case of these white shoes, it certainly did. What can I say?

Posted on: 12 August, 2014 - 23:00 - Posted in: column

Miaauw Miaauw, it’s me, the copycat! I made a smashing gettolicious collection in all black and white with sporty text and stuff. Miaauw.

Posted on: 11 August, 2014 - 23:00 - Posted in: column

Guuurl, what are those? Those claws? Pointy fluo or glitter claws are all the rage. We’ve all seen the posts on Instagram, nails galore! Beauty trends come and go, although I can’t say for sure if you can consider these cyber-nails true beauty, but our nails are a hot topic. Usually in times of crisis, sales of red lipstick rise, like painting your lips and spending more time on your appearance might chase bad times away. After last year’s red lipstick trend, now nails get their turn.

Posted on: 10 August, 2014 - 23:00 - Posted in: column

Yes people, it’s festival season! And that’s why every mainstream fashion chain has designed a festival collection for us. Can we explain this as an ultimate service to their customers? Or a devious scheme to make them spend more money? Where people once used to wear their old clothes, festivals have become a part of mainstream culture, and are a place to dress up and show yourself. If you Google festival fashion, you get thousands of images of people all looking the same.

Posted on: 21 July, 2014 - 23:00 - Posted in: column

Hot or not? Hit or miss? Do or don’t?

Posted on: 15 July, 2014 - 23:00 - Posted in: column

I was at a party recently, and I OD’ed on stripes, navy stripes to be exact. And the dress code wasn’t even nautical. Everybody is always ranting about celebrities wearing the same dress, but imagine going to a party and eight people are wearing the same thing as you. Of course people tend to wear the same random clothes on several occasions, like jeans, black suits or white shirts, but in the case of the classic French marine shirt, this does not go unnoticed. What would this wearer have thought at this moment?

Posted on: 7 July, 2014 - 23:00 - Posted in: column

Twice a year during Amsterdam Fashion Week, my bestie wanna-be-a-star and I host the bi-annual ‘Anti Fashion Party’. This might sound odd as I’m a fashion designer myself. Well, it’s not. For us anti-fashion is all about originality, creation and individuality.

Posted on: 1 July, 2014 - 11:45 - Posted in: column

Oh my, oh my… what are you wearing? Everybody in fashion is looking all kinds of fly wearing their bathing slippers and white sporting socks; even Prada’s collection referenced this trend with embellished plastic sandals worn with knee-high socks. What strikes me is that if your father wore something like that, you’d probably think that look sucks big time. Which it maybe does. It’s quite remarkable how we perceive clothing and the meaning it’s given by the wearer. How something considered ‘not done’ can be embraced by the fashion community.

Posted on: 1 July, 2014 - 10:28 - Posted in: events

 
Bas Kosters vintage and fashion at  not just a shop.
 

Posted on: 25 June, 2014 - 23:00 - Posted in: column

Although Coco Chanel revolutionised fashion with affordable jersey clothing and costume jewellery, I wonder if she could have ever imagined the strength of her creations and brand. It seems like you can buy a Chanel T-shirt in every boutique, and what I find odd is that these are not real. I’ve even seen a stencil on the Internet with which you can spray your own Chanel shirt. It seems to me like a big contradiction that you would want to wear a shirt with the Chanel logo but not for it to be real; to tap into the world of Chanel, but not acknowledge it as such.

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