While you are reading this, I’m sharing this precise outfit with the world in Hasselt, as it’s being exhibited in the Fashion Museum of Hasselt. Story is that they got in touch with me a couple of months ago with the request to provide them with one of my favorite silhouettes. Not entirely one of the easiest decisions to make as I totally adore the many outfits that are to be found in my wardrobe.
Obviously some Belgian design had to go into the mix and that’s how the TOMBOY t-shirt of cool girls Filles A Papa made the edit. The skirt is one of my many treasured items; it was designed by Stella Jean and is made out of African Wax. I’m truly obsessed with the colorful ethnic fabric and over the years I’ve managed to collect some beautiful pieces. The Italian based Stella Jean has transformed this typical tissue into real fashion and she’s made it very adored by the likes of Anna Dello Russo and the ladies at Moda Operandi. I’ve been a fan of her for years, but unfortunately there are currently no selling points in Belgium that stock the pretty colorful creations.
I’d say go and have a look, check out some of my favorite frocks, which will be displayed alongside with the clothes of the likes of model Hannelore Knuts, journalist Veerle Windels and singer/songwriter Axelle Red. The expo runs till May 18 and is titled “25 X STIJL”.
More info: www.modemuseumhasselt.be
Shop the look!
-Filles A Papa shirt
-EK Thongsprasert necklace
-Stella Jean skirt
-Manolo Blahnik blue pumps
Pics by Bram Laebens at GhentStreetStyle