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For the 5th episode of the #KitsuneTour The Stores Parisien Edition, we’re heading off to Brussels on May 31st first at Hunting and Collecting and then off to Bloody Louis!
Join us for an in-store Cocktail and DJ set delivered by London lads CITIZENS! from 7PM till 10 PM at downtown trend store Hunting and Collecting !
Discover the Kitsuné PARISIEN collection and enjoy free drinks by Volga and Jameson Irish Whiskey.
Follow the movement afterwards starting 11PM to the renown BLOODY LOUIS to dance all night long with ANTILOPE, Heartlybeats, Lorenzo Ottati and again CITIZENS! (DJs).
Free until 00.30 – 10€ after
SATURDAY MAY 3 FROM 5PM TILL 8PM AT Hunting and Collecting
Wood Wood (The official) Spring Summer 2014 ‘Utopia’ collection presentation and PAPER MARBLING WORKSHOP at Hunting and Collecting on Saturday May 3rd afternoon from 5pm – 8pm.
Marbling expert Selma Lamai will be present to help guests create their own unique marbling artwork.
LIMITED CAPACITY PLEASE CONFIRM YOUR PRESENCE IN THE COMMENT BELOW. THE WORKSHOP IS FREE OF CHARGE!
Music from the Wood Wood MUZAK series.
Drinks kindly provided by Volga.
CELEBRATING 4 YEARS OF NON STOP INNOVATION IN FASHION, CULTURE AND LIFESTYLE
We invite you ALL TO PARTY at THE HUNTING AND COLLECTING 4 YEARS BIRTHDAYBASH at POP-UP ART CLUB, A NEW VENUE DOWNTOWN BRUSSELS.
Pop-Up Art Club is a temporary club, directly committed to contemporary cultures, inspiring collaborative creativity through innovative nightlife experiences. Exclusively designed by JDS Architects as a multipurpose space transformable to host arts, fashion and party events.
Rue de l’Ecuyer 50, 1000 Brussels.
PERFORMING DJ’s :
HERMAN DE BROU (ACIDULEZ)
NATHAN OYE (BRÜXSEL JARDIN)
+ HUNTING AND COLLECTING SS14 LOOKBOOK PRESENTATIONS AT 11PM:
“RISE OF LOCAL YOUTH”
by NICOLAS LEFEBURE
Inspired by MTV Cribs most heard words “imma show you guys my crib so you can see how i live”, Rise of Local Youth is all about random days in the life of suburban youth, how they live; playing on the codes of fashion in local neighborhoods.
“UNE MISSION EPHEMERE”
by GUILLAUME BOKIAU and FLINT-FUYT
The SS14 collections will be showcased in a short movie that art director Guillaume Bokiau and directors Flint-Fuyt present as their homage to the decades-old fascination around space missions, a subject that not only inspired the most flamboyant cinematographic creations but also gave birth to more personal interpretations, such as Piotr Kamler’s 1993 “Une mission éphémère”, to which their movie’s title pays tribute.
Direction: Guillaume Bokiau and Flint-Fuyt
Assistant Director of Photography: Doan Hoang-Son
Styling: Aude and Niels / Hunting and Collecting
Makeup: Sharon De Winter (Touch)
Models: Talis and Tommy (Ulla Models)
IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH by FILIP VERVAET and SHARON OVERMEIREN
THURDAY APRIL 3 2014 – 7PM
Nature and the supernatural play an important role in the work of Filip Vervaet (°1977), while the study of objects and their origins displayed in different scenographies generate a multitude of relationships and interpretations in the young oeuvre of Sharon Van Overmeiren (°1985). Both artistic practices are characterized by a various mix of appearances such as sculpture, installation, video and performance, often physically interacting with the viewer. A collaboration between these two multidisciplinary artists derived in the installation entitled “Ignorance is strength”.
The starting point of this installation is the concept of a display window, where objects are exposed and presented in a certain scenography. Sharon and Filip started reflecting on different ways of looking at things in a functional, philosophical as well in a metaphysical way. As German literary critic Walter Benjamin described in The Passagenwerk or Arcades Project the desire that is created by strolling around and looking through the display windows of arcades of Parisian 19th century shopping streets. Van Overmeiren and Vervaet show us a virtual, almost surreal dreamworld. Looking through the glass they present us an image of a utopia in a mythical demeanor and clues referring to a political critique. The shop window functions simultaneous as a mirror or reflection of society nowadays. They are showing us an exotic fata morgana of cultural objects that are generating different interpretations, as a domestic horticulturist would structuralize nature.
The relationship between objects and the natural, the natural that becomes supernatural, the transformation of objects into sculptures and these used as practical objects.
For this project Sharon Van Overmeiren and Filip Vervaet worked together with artist and fashion designer Jack Davey and graphic designer Tom Tosseyn.
On the opening Hantrax will perform and complete the installation with an oblique soundscape.