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November events

November 7, 2022

This month we have two events we would like to invite you to. At first we will organize a Hul le Kes Dyeing Event on Saturday November 19th in Arnhem. Next to that we have been asked by Lovely Lane to organize a Monet & Cremer Jacket fitting event in Amsterdam on Sunday November 27th. Besides that we will launch our collaboration with Museum Arnhem next week.

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Saturday November 19th, 16:00

Wezenstraat 5 Arnhem

Sjaak Hullekes will explain to you about our dyeing process. Why do we dye with natural ingredients? What are the reasons and benefits of doing so? When ordering a special dyeing service ticket you are even able to bring your old garment so Sjaak will dye it for you on the spot. You can then get your item back one week after the event. But also when you just want to have a look at the process or when you have any other questions to ask to Sjaak you can join this event.

Get your ticket(s) here. Not able to join on November 19th? There will be another event in February; click on the link to order your tickets for that event too.

Sunday November 27th, 12:00 – 16:00

Plantage Muidergracht 202 Amsterdam

Are you considering buying an upcycled Monet Jacket, Monet Bodywarmer or Cremer Jacket but not sure which size to order? Then come to our Monet & Cremer Jacket fitting event in Amsterdam. Hul le Kes is invited by Lovely Lane to join them on their lovely boutique boat at Plantage Muidergracht 202 in Amsterdam. Just around the corner from Artis. Sjaak Hullekes and Sebastiaan Kramer will be there in person and you can select your preferred vintage blanket, fit the different sizes and order your upcycled jacket. Within 4 weeks after you ordered your jacket you will receive it back home.

Will we meet there at Lovely Lane?

Would you like to shop for other Hul le Kes garments? Not far away from Lovely Lane you will find Dreamboat at Czaar Peterstraat 145 in Amsterdam. At this store you will be able to find many more Hul le Kes garments so worth a visit!

Also this month: the launch of a new project for Museum Arnhem. Keep a close eye on our website or for more information.


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