This will be the fashion news of week 15

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Illustration: Jackie Mallon

Anyway, what’s going to happen this week? FashionUnited looks ahead to the fashion news of week 15. Below are the highlights from the editorial agenda in the period from 11 to 17 April.

April 14: DNWS conference ‘Welcome to the new city centre’

Platform De Nieuwe Winkelstraat (DNWS), together with the municipality of Leiden and Centrummanagement Leiden, is organizing the conference Welcome to the new city center on 14 April. The transition in retail, the changing behavior of consumers and corona as an accelerator mean that city centers must define their DNA more sharply and work together to be an attractive city center. Leiden has been working on an attractive city center for some time now and takes visitors along in their vision and approach.

Where we are MoMu

Performances take over the iconic stairwell during ‘Where We Are’ – a three-day takeover curated by theater maker Sachli Gholamalizad, on display at fashion museum Antwerp from 15 April.

Item of the week: The plateau boots

This week in FashionUnited’s ‘Item of the Week’ series we cover the platform boots. What it is, why you want it and how to style it.

Next on the calendar

Monday 11 to 13 April:

The conference [email protected]: Living within planetary boundaries in Wageningen provides an overview of current knowledge about a circular, biobased society. At the conference, participants can listen to relevant keynotes, participate in masterclasses and gain inspiration by visiting the most innovative circular companies in the Netherlands. Tickets can be ordered online and online participation is also possible.

Monday 11 April

Another Label fall/winter 22 collection presentation. FashionUnited stays informed of news and developments by invitation .

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