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Self-care: overcoming the projected, to be desired self

Self-care: overcoming the projected, to be desired self

Fashion magazines and fashion journalism deliver more than just clothes, they represent the variety and creativity of fashion but also the selected point of view of contemporary society. As philosopher Roland Barthes suggested, fashion journalism has shaped and perhaps even created the concept of fashion and its symbolic value. Through time, fashion functions as guidance, leading people to elevate themselves to achieve an ‘ideal appearance.’ And with the rise of neoliberalism and the centralising of individuals, nowadays, fashion journalism and fashion brands seem to be focusing more on people’s ‘inner-selves.’


Recovering and healing

Recovering and healing

As a loyal follower of Hul le Kes you have already been noticing our developments around the Recovery Studio. In the last couple of months we have been busy setting up all necessary arrangements to bring this new part of our company alife. The Hul le Kes Recovery Studio is a place to heal both people and textiles. Together with many partners we are able to start this new project to get products and people back into our society. 


Hul le Kes during Fashion + Design Festival Arnhem

Hul le Kes during Fashion + Design Festival Arnhem

Watch 2 events on June 30 via livestream. One with Sebastiaan Kramer talking about the 'Sustainable Fashion 025' project, one with Sjaak Hullekes talking about our Hul le Kes vision.


Hul le Kes at Humanoid Store Arnhem & during FDFA

Hul le Kes at Humanoid Store Arnhem & during FDFA

From June 3rd until July 3rd the Fashion + Design Festival Arnhem will take place. Therefore you will find a special Hul le Kes pop-up shop at the Humanoid Store in Arnhem. But there is more, because Hul le Kes is involved into the festival in more ways, read all about it


Embracing fashion’s complexity: Decomposing the systemic bias

Embracing fashion’s complexity: Decomposing the systemic bias

Changing the current fashion system is an ongoing process that involves continuous learning and unlearning. Constantly adjusting how things operate and thinking carefully about the matter of inclusiveness. Our intern Wei Chi Su wrote a first Hul le Kes blog about the changing fashion industry.