From January to April 2016, The Dotted Suit Project partners with atelier The New Haberdashery to collect the most extraordinary stories about garments at the location of the Temporary Fashion Museum in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. All participants have the chance to win a custom made garment by The New Haberdashery.
Participate and win your very own couture piece!
Curious about the stories collected at The New Haberdashery?
Scroll down and find out.
And keep an eye on our website to see if your story is chosen winner.
( The Cozy Jumper ) “Everyone has a jumper like this. Well, not exactly the same, but you catch my drift. That jumper you always put on when you’re getting a little cold. Or after a long night out when you have
( The Kahoko Sweater ) “The Kahoko sweater’s story starts with a long cherished dream of going to Kenya to work with a group of hand knitters. When this dream became reality in January 2013, I travelled to Njoro,
( The SLC Sweater ) “This sweater is neither expensive, nor pretty. It is old and its color has faded. It is no friend of the female body and it simply does not fit me! From a rational point of
( The Multi-Generation Sweater ) “The story of my blue knitted sweater begins in 1975. When my mother was 17 years old, my grandmother knitted her a blue sweater with a flower pattern. It was her favourite garment. She was taking
( The Olympic Sweater ) “The Norwegian Olympic Team is traditionally provided with knitwear that is designed specifically for the Winter Olympics held every fourth year. Out of these garments, the sweaters in particular have become an element of Norwegian
( The Homemade Sweater ) “This is my sweater. I like it a lot because I couldn’t find anything like it in the shops that was not outrageously expensive.” So, I bought some yarn and a pattern instead, and I
( The Supersized Sweater ) “Some clothes are big enough to live in. I am not a small guy today, but I used to be a lot bigger. Weighing close to 300 pounds while going through university, I was huge. It