Amsterdam’s International Fashion Week

Aiming to enter into the fashion world, Amsterdam’s international fashion week use a new authentic approach, opening with a series of public fashion shows. This event’s catwalk shows are accompanied by a series of ceremonies, called Laundry Days which consists of openings of museum, parties, meetings and gallery exhibitions. This fashion week exists since 2004, during the last edition this event has gained a bigger reputation in the luxury section of the european and generally the world market, represented by wealthy people who most of all value originality, and disapprove…

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Amsterdam’s Open Garden Days

Behind every  stately canal house in Amsterdam there is a hidden garden, sometimes so big that you can imagine it’s heaven on earth with a small house at the back. As most of these gardens adjoin one to another and create a wide green space inside each hidden square of canal houses. The old Amsterdam’s center with its houses and tiny streets, open its doors for people to live this fantastic experience of life style. During the 3rd weekend of june, more than 25 private gardens, designed on the 17th…

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Realism Art Fair of Amsterdam

Realism art fair, an event held each year in Mid-January celebrates Realism, the older and richer artistic tradition of Amsterdam by featuring only figurative art along with free lectures. Dutch painters were famous since Renaissance for their use of a realistic movements contributed with important paintings depicting figurative scenes in a mysterious and fantastic scenery. This art fair, held at the New Passenger Terminal in Amsterdam since 2003, is exclusively dedicated to the realism painters. The type of painting art which specializes in figurative art is Realisme. Today this long tradition…

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