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?
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And keep an eye on our website to see if your story is chosen winner.
( The Vintage Chi-pao ) “This is a vintage chi-pao from my grandmother, which was made in the 1940’s when she was married. Both its exterior fabric as its lining are in silk, lightweight and soft. It has an elegant high
( The Italian Dress ) “I took a trip. That’s how the story starts. I live in China, but somehow I found it made perfect sense to buy a plane ticket to go to Italy to see this guy I
( The Perfect Black Dress ) “I know it sounds corny, but everybody desperately needs a perfect black dress. A dress that fits all and suits every occasion. A dress that can make you smile and will deliver just that
( The Thoughtful Set ) “These two items of clothing are two of the oldest in my wardrobe. Incidentally, they were also two of the first items I bought when I started considering who made the clothes I was wearing,
( The Chevron Dress ) “Before Mango went global, I took a trip to Spain in 2001, and discovered the fast fashion brand named after a tropical fruit. I fell in love with this elegant dress for a few reasons:
( The Frumpy Frock ) “I’ve only worn this dress twice and the second time is for this picture. Yet, I’ll always keep it, as the memory of this dress will always take me back to a sunny afternoon three
( The Striped Dress ) “I usually don’t get attached to clothes or any other material things, and I can easily throw out anything from my wardrobe. But there are those few special items that I got from my mother
( The Little Black Dress ) “This was actually the dress of my daughter. To be honest, I always loved it, although it wasn’t a special one, just a simple black dress from H&M.” A few years ago, my daughter
( The Dotted Dress ) “My paternal grandmother and I loved going through her jewellery, the LP collection, the pantry in the kitchen, the shoe collection hanging on the wall and not to mention her magic wardrobe.” She was the
( The Power Dress ) “When I came across this dress in 2004, I immediately fell for its lace flapper girlcollar. The first year, it hung from my closet door, so I could see it from my bed.” I was 24