2.22.2015

DIY NOA DIY NOA DIY NOA

MY LOVELY DAUGHTER NOA,  HAVE MADE THEESE DIY IDEARS, SEE MORE AT www.blog.bog-ide.dk AND ON MY PINTEREST .












DIY NOA DIY NOA DIY NOA


MY LOVELY DAUGHTER NOA,  HAVE MADE THEESE DIY IDEARS, SEE MORE AT www.blog.bog-ide.dk AND ON MY PINTEREST .

Snitte og Kis - Frygt og bæven og en mand på strømpesokker

2.20.2015

DIY NOA DIY NOA DIY NOA

MY LOVELY DAUGHTER NOA,  HAVE MADE THEESE DIY IDEARS, SEE MORE AT www.blog.bog-ide.dk AND ON MY PINTEREST .





2.03.2015

NANA NANA FASHION CPHFW AW15

NANA NANA - ER NAVNET PÅ DEN TALLENTFULDE NYUDKNÆKKEDE DESIGNER NANA NIELSEN. HOLD ØJE MED HENDE!

SE MERE ON NANANANA:  PÅ HENDES WEBSITE HER.  www.nananana.dk

 http://www.elle.dk/mode/modeugen/elles-favoritter-fra-copenhagen-fashion-week


                                                     DESINGER: NANA NILSEN


















HENRIK VIBSKOV AW 15 BACKSTAGE COPENHAGEN


TEXT BY: NOA GAMMELGAARD FOR "DRY MAGAZIN"

                                     SIMONE BAKKE AND NOA GAMMELGAARD


                                                              TEAM VIBSKOV





                                                   MODELS: RAKUL & CHARLIE

                                                  "uhhhhhhhhhhhhh VIBSKOV"



Text by Noa Gammelgaard for DRY MAGAZINE 
Moans whispering “uhhhhhh Vibskov”. The sounds coming from the middle of the runway, where an installation with numerous hands mechanically is being pulled up and down. Under the hands a row of young women are laying with pink cloths pulled over their bodies and with microphones placed towards their mouths. The Danish designer Henrik Vibskov is known for always creating a fantastic universe with both sound and surround. There have been many helping hands for creating this particular universe and collection. One of them is the young intern / hatter / embroidery master Simone Bakke.
How is it to be part of team Vibskov?It is interesting, instructive and a fantastic universe to be part of.
How are the roles distributed in team Vibskov?We are told about the design, and then we contribute with our special skills, for example I love to do embroidery, so that special task was given to me for this collection.
What are you most proud of in the collection?Definitely some of the embroidery works!
How are you going to celebrate after the show?We must celebrate the success from the first showcase in Paris and now this show in Copenhagen with a heavy bass and party in the workspace out on “Papirøen”!
Photos: Chris Calmer








BARBARA I GONGINI AW15 BACKSTAGE COPENHAGEN

                             TEXT BY: NOA GAMMELGAARD FOR " DRY MAGAZIN"

                                                  DESINGER: BARBARA I GONGINI

                                            NOA GAMMELGAARD & MODELS: MAY








Text by Noa Gammelgaard for DRY MAGAZINE 
The place is Copenhagen City Hall, Barbara Í Gongini is about to have a show. On a daily basis these halls are filled with politicians and other people in suits. Today fairy looking models dressed in black with hair bigger than what seem possible walks around. One of these beautiful creatures is model May Simón.

May Simón

How is it to be part of Barbara Í Gongini’s show?It’s really lovely, there’s always a relaxed atmosphere. The clothes are amazing, the makeup is on point – people are so professional and really in it for sake of art.
What are you thinking about whilst walking down the catwalk?I just feel the moment, I feel the rhythm and then I think to myself: “Yes you own the damn world right now – and it’s damn fine!”
What do you think of Barbara as a designer?Barbara is very amazing she knows what she wants, and she has a clear vision about it. She has built up a fantastic team. Watching Barbara’s team, they all look like very fashionable clones of her.
You told us before that you have specifically chosen only to take part in Barbara’s show for this season of fashion week, how comes?That’s because I think Barbara has some amazing visions and I think her work is more artistic. I love to support fashion that pushes the limits to what people think they are “supposed” to wear.

Barbara Í Gongini

Do you have three keywords for collection?We have something called upcycling, a lot of layering and it’s a very textile collection, using everything from linen to fur and leather.
How do you create the best possible experience for your show?It’s about connecting the masculine and the feminine in this show. In some ways we moved the feminine over to the masculine side and vice versa. It’s all about creating a balance, to allow the feminine high heels or masculine flats with men’s trousers at the same time.
What is your favourite colour?The thing is that I don’t consider black as a “colour” in my colour terminology. It’s typically used in the avant-garde scene, because it works so amazingly with forms. That’s a perfectly legitimate reason for always using black or monochrome. But otherwise I’m just a sucker for all colours. I actually don’t have a favourite colour, but black is my specialty.
What is your eternal inspiration?I think it is in whom you are, where you come from. I find my main inspiration in the Nordic violent nature. I come from the Faroe Islands where there are outbursts and not too much silence in the nature. The mist, the moist and the 365 days a year where it is pouring down. Otherwise I have that one eternal square that always returns and inspire me. I think it’s interesting to see how long the square can remain open. It has followed me throughout my entire career, you might say it’s still there, and that seems a little funny to me. So “square” is perhaps also a keyword.
Photos: Chris Calmer