Stuart is a pop up fashion platform created by students of the Amsterdam Fashion Institute. We invite you to meet the most inspiring people and unexpected movements that challenge the fashion system.
Stuart collects disruptors and showcases fashion’s most interesting creators.
Stuart questions racism within fashion, by making you aware we might share the same colours in our skin. The freckles on your cheeks could be the same Pantone as the skin of someone else on the other side of the world.
Do women become more happy after they have had plastic surgery? Or should we start to learn how to love our bodies the way they are naturally built?
Stuart looks at the issues facing the fashion industry as a whole.
Pornography – from soft-core to hard-core, gay to straight, female to male – infiltrates and proliferates through fashion. It is as if the fashion industry has a monopoly to exploit sex as a steaming hot marketing tool. In this reverse striptease, Stuart mimics famous fashion advertisements to highlight the sex in the screamer.
Imagine a world where you can order your personally customized piece of clothing, and contribute to the business of a creative entrepreneur at the same time?
Stuart explores the work of disruptors, the revolutionary ideas that will have a lasting impact on fashion.
Stuart speaks with Maarten Hammer, (studying Astrophysics and Physics at the UvA). He is interested in special gadgets that aid the progress of technology. With his new invention, we don’t need to visit the shops anymore!
In this series we have a conversation with someone about their dream fashion invention that could change the industry. This time we mixed things up!
In this series we have a conversation with someone about their dream fashion invention that can change the industry. This week: Linnemore Nefdt.
Male or female? You have to choose. Most products are gender specific but Stuart envisions a future without the categories “masculine” and “feminine”.