The following researchers, designers and makers contributed to the Temporary Fashion Museum:

Christine Alberts, Ronja Andersen, Jop van Bennekom, Francisco van Benthum, Sophie Berrebi, Anuschka Blommers, Florentijn Boddendijk (Elitechnique), Rudi Boiten (Studio Plott), Max Bouwhuis, Erwin Brinkers (Experimental Jetset), Michou de Bruijn (Studio Makkink & Bey), Mireille Burger (Studio Plott), Raphael Coutin (EventArchitectuur), C.Cruden, Brecht Duiff (BELÉN/18-11-81), Femke Dekker (Strange Boutique), Danny van Dongen (Experimental Jetset), Lilian Driessen (Atelier MariaLux), Ellis Faas, Camiel Fortgens, Erik Frenken, Liselore Frowijn, Pascale Gatzen, Marit Geluk, Lieve Gerrits, Valentijn Goethals (We Became Aware), Conny Groenewegen, Alessandro Gualtieri, Rudy Guedj, Monique van Heist, Bart Hess, Daphne Huisden, Claes Iversen, Raoul de Jong, Remco de Jong (Elitechnique), Sandra Kassenaar, Michiel Keuper, Lisa Konno, Arif Kornweitz, Bas Kosters, Marjo Kranenborg, Karlis Krecers, Georgette Koning, Lenneke Langenhuijsen (BELÉN/18-11-81), Tomas Lootens (We Became Aware), Matilde Losi, Gabriel Maher (EventArchitectuur), Maison the Faux, Rianne Makkink (Studio Makkink & Bey), Alfred Marks, Nicole Martens (Strange Boutique), Penny Martin, Roos Meerman, Archief Frans Molenaar, Moniker, Jef Montes, Maureen Mooren, Lucas Muñoz (EventArchitectuur), Rachid Naas, Ferry van der Nat, Peterson + Stoop, Ester Naomi Perquin, Publication Studio Rotterdam, Ferry Piekart, Niek Pulles, Joke Robaard, Sonny Roffel, Sophie Rzepecky (Studio Makkink & Bey), Iñiy Sanchez, Johannes Schwartz, Marieke Stolk (Experimental Jetset), Nils Schumm, Alexander van Slobbe, Martijn van Strien, Swiss Textile Collection, José Teunissen, Jony Trash & Gary van Niks, Elfie Tromp, Arne Verburgh (Kaina Media), Herman Verkerk (EventArchitectuur), Joan Vellve, Ilja Visser, Karin Vlug, Marcel van der Vlugt, Angelique Westerhof, Camiel van Winkel, Adriaan Wormgoor, Job Wouters en many more.

Temporary Fashion Museum
Guus Beumer
EventArchitectuur
Maureen Mooren
Moniker

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.