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Open Source Fashion Manifesto

For the Temporary Fashion Museum Martijn van Strien and Vera de Pont wrote a manifesto on the future of the fashion industry, which, according to them, must focus more on sustainability and the application of new technology.


Specially for the Pumporama Peterson + Stoop made their signature pump in sizes 28 to 48 so that visitors big and small can experience how fashion forms our body and our posture, and influences our movements. 

View on Fashion I-VI

A series of month-long presentations by innovative designers, photographers and theorists. Currently featuring View on Fashion VI on The New Uniform.

Parfumerie du Parc

Parfumerie du Parc is the entry point to the Temporary Fashion Museum. This space is a reference to the department store perfume counter, the most museum-like fashion space.

The Now - S/S 2016 by Penny Martin and Jop van Bennekom

Each season the fashion industry produces thousands of designs, from which the fashion press almost magically selects the most characteristic silhouettes.

Block Bustes & Dazeld Dolls

In his work Niek Pulles researches the boundaries between product design and fashion and the interaction between the body and material.  


New Mural

For the Temporary Fashion Museum Job Wouters is making a series of four murals, each devoted to a different characteristic of fashion.

Temporary Fashion Museum
Guus Beumer
Maureen Mooren

This project is part of the programme track Things and Materials and the folder Material innovation.

Fashion has quietly renewed the very idea of renewal by constantly selling the past as a future, thereby framing current reality. This contrasts sharply with the idea that renewal always stems from technological innovation.