Portrait exhibition – AMFI duo’s

        For the annual graduation event called ‘AMFI Transit’ in the World Fashion Centre in Amsterdam I photographed six AMFI-alumni duo’s. The photos with interviews were exhibited during the event on July 1st. This was the first assignment I did with the Profoto B2 to combine daylight and flashlight. Special thanks to Nienke Monster and Ellen Cornegoor for assisting me with this! Photo above by Joris van Egmond, text by Wiely de Woo.

        The Fashion Photography

        The Fashion Camera

        Roland Kahn + Joshua Kahn
        Joshua runs the day-to-day operations of retail store America Today, part of the family business his father Roland, entrepreneur pur sang, has created. Roland has been a member of AMFI’s advisory board for ten years, the last few years as chairman.

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        Maud van de Wiel + Marjon van der Velden
        Every day Marjon and Maud run Mmousse: a creative branding agency for strategy and a location for clients to host lectures, workshops and yoga sessions. These two are intuitive entrepreneurs who are always innovating.

        The Fashion Camera

        Jordan Sterk + Harm Geurtsen
        When Harm and Jordan would run a business, that would be love. The graduate designers met each other through AMFI, started a relationship and eventually got married.

        The Fashion Camera

        Marit Platjouw + Mirielle Platjouw
        Textile designer Mireille and independent designer Marit are not only the entrepreneurs behind the DOTshop, they’re also identical twins. “We wanted to wait for each other to work together.”

        The Fashion Camera

        Marieke Vinck + Charlotte van Waes
        Charlotte and Marieke are the proud owners of Charlie + Mary, a concept store and creative agency. Marieke: “We are committed to True Fashion.”

        The Fashion Camera

        Peter Leferink + Suzanne van Rooij
        Principal design lecturer Peter and design lecturer Suzanne curate the curriculum for Fashion & Design students at AMFI. “For us the development of the student is central.”

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