Opening of the Dutch Days in Hong Kong 2017 edition

12 April 2017 | 6:30 pm

Fashion Show

by Addy van den Krommenacker

Residence of the Consul General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

By invitation only

Wednesday,
12 April 2017

6:30pm

(by invitation only)

About the show

Addy van den Krommenacker, a Dutch fashion design icon, will stage a fashion show of his Fall 2017 season special ready-to-wear Capsule Collection named “Bosch by Addy” in Hong Kong at the official residence of the Consul General of the Netherlands at the Peak. This is an invitation-only event. This 40-minute catwalk will feature ten models donning shirts and dresses curated by no other than the designer himself, complimented by a carefully chosen musical backdrop and special effects to give the Hong Kong audience a unforgettable visual and aesthetic feast.

About Addy van den Krommenacker

Addy van den Krommenacker is an internationally acclaimed fashion designer from the Netherlands, who rose to fame at the Alta Roma Fashion week in 2007, followed by the final runway show of “American Next Top Model,” which was broadcasted in 140 countries. In 2011, Addy was knighted into the Order of Orange–Nassau for his lifelong contributions to Dutch fashion. That same year, his collection was exhibited at the Cannes Film Festival, where Courtney Love and Lady Victoria Hervey also wore Addy’s signature gowns. 

Addy’s talent was recognised once again as he was commissioned to design a wedding gown for Her Royal Highness Princess Carolina de Bourbon Parme. Both the veil and gown featured heirloom embroidery lace, which had originally been worn by her mother Princess Irene of the Netherlands on her wedding day some 50 years ago. During the inauguration of His Majesty King Willem Alexander in 2013, members of the royal family chose to wear Addy’s creations. 

In his 60s, Addy remains modest about his illustrious career despite his tremendous success. Besides fashion, the Addy brand now includes furniture and a fragrance line.

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