Short wrap skirt, longer skirt, sarouel pants and the 'rocking horse' shoes designed and made by Atilin, Argentina. The wooden platforms are heavy, but produce a funny sound when walking on a concrete floor.
dinsdag 21 juli 2015
zaterdag 25 oktober 2014
Une jupe et un 'sarouel' de FantaZia (http://www.fantazia-shop.fr/), le haut est crée par moi-même, les chaussures par Philippe Pasteur (http://fylou.jimdo.com/) .
Een rok over een 'sarouel', daaronder een rode maillot, schoenen van Philippe Pasteur en een wijd shirt dat ik zelf vorm gaf.
Skirt and 'sarouel' by FantaZia (France), the shirt on top of them was made bij me, I wear red tights and ballet-flats shoes by Philippe Pasteur (France)
Photographer: Gonnie Meijer
Place: Abbaye de St Aubin, Angers (F)
woensdag 22 oktober 2014
maandag 20 oktober 2014
zaterdag 18 oktober 2014
Une vernissage d'une exposition à Gennes (49, France)
Hautgroscol en lin marron, par Katia Le Dreff (Bretagne, France)
jupe crée par Mieke Kockelkorn (Maastricht, Pays-Bas)
sarouel court, collant noir, chaussures 'ballerines' (comment à nommer-les en version homme ?)
An opening event in the town of Gennes, France. I wore a wide shirt created by Katia Scoazec (France), a skirt in a similar style by Mieke Kockelkorn, a 'sarouel' from FantaZia (France), black tights and 'ballet flats-for-men'.
Photo by Gonnie Meijer
dinsdag 17 december 2013
maandag 11 november 2013
zondag 3 november 2013
maandag 12 augustus 2013
maandag 25 maart 2013
The 10 cm (!) platform shoes designed and made by Mayra (Montevideo, Uruguay) fit so well on my feet that I can wear them a whole day without even noticing that I am wearing such high shoes. They look great with dark grey tights, black shorts and one of the wide shirts made for me by Katiwa.
Moniek Gerrits created the photos.
donderdag 7 maart 2013
A man wearing tights. Weird? Is it? Really? Men wore tights for centuries. So it is just a type of clothing which has as less to do with gender identity as pants, or t-shirts. I like to re-introduce tights as male clothing and wear them often, always in a manly way of course. These asymmetric striped tights from the brand Bonnie Doon for example.
(Photos by Moniek Gerrits)
zaterdag 15 december 2012
Just an ordinary day in my working studio in Maastricht (the Netherlands). Often people are commenting like: it's just renaissance clothing what you are wearing. But it is defenitely not. It is all contemporary design, only slightly inspired by the past. For example, in medieval or renaissance times, men did not wear black. And, another example, jeans were inspired by rough cloths worn by some american men in the 19th century, but evolved after their re-introduction into timeless basics. Saaibestrijding would like to widen the range of timeless basic clothing for men by showing the great opportunities of leaving the dictatorship of the present dullness behind.
Shoes by Gert Buurman, ordinary black cotton tights, shorts by Anny Schoo, tunic shirt by Katia Scoazec.