DORO meet Red Light Fashion Amsterdam: 4 designers, 4 windows of pleasure

High-level fashion design in the Red Light district: the combination is a magnet for the international press: Dutch couture next doors to the well-known girls of pleasure. The Red Light district has also become an international hotspot for design tourists, 15 Designers in 15 windows, we picked 4 take a look!

Daryl Van Wouw mixes street wear and couture, sportswear and crazy design catwalk, Converse asked him to create a pair of shoes and he pulled out the Converse Extensions…and the dress made of earpieces is genius.

Roswitha van Rijn is a shoes designer, she combines the high heels and craziness of her sense fashion with social themes. The boots in the second picture are named “crusade” guess why

Menswear designer Jeroen van Tuyl (Delft, 1971) is renown for his use of classic and luxury fabrics mixed with modern, slim cuts and tailoring, his 2010 winter collection is a mash up between futuristic inspiration and a wardrobe of a pro- driver.

Edwin Oushoorn is a phenomenon. He says he makes clothes and not fashion, but his Swarovski collaboration and his shows say the right opposite. Edwin’s mission is trying to express the client’s personality thinking out of the box (with a little slice of vintage).

DORODESIGN CEO & Design Director