The 'Afropolitan' collection of fashion designer Liselore Frowijn was well received during the recent FashionWeek Amsterdam. The decor was constructed from exotic flowers and plants, organised by Sarah Dikker (Holland's Best Floral Stylist), many volunteers and Royal FloraHolland.
Sarah Dikker had transformed the catwalk into an exotic decor with six brightly coloured towers of flowers and plants. She incorporated Strelizias, Anthuriums, Cyclamen, Orchids, Celosia and Medinillas, which were provided by Royal FloraHolland growers. The flowers and plants formed the perfect setting for the 'Afropolitan' collection of Liselore Frowijn. The fashion show was graced by the sound of chirping birds and crickets and concluded with the enchanting Flower Duet from the opera Lakmé.
Collection by Liselore Frowijn
For her latest designs, Liselore Frowijn worked together with luxury materials designer Vlisco. The collection contains many rich and adventurous designs. The talented Frowijn has received lots of praise since she graduated cum laude in 2013 from the art academy ArtEZ in Arnhem. For example, she won the Frans Molenaar Couture Award and the Grand Prix Chloe during the international fashion competition Hyères 2014. Her designs consist of lots of colours and prints.
By sponsoring the show, Royal FloraHolland wants to show the young, fashion-conscious target group how to express their personality, style and authenticity with flowers. This was literally on display in Frowijn's show, and visitors could make their own Fashion&Flower statement in the lounge in front of a fantastic photo wall covered with plants and flowers.