Chinese fashion shoot for You-magazine
For the anniversary edition of "Theo" magazine, Studio Unicps was invited to express their vision on liturgical clothing for female vicars.
The pieces were redesigned from original priest robes and styled to meet todays desires.
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Photos: Reliq fashion shoot
Awake before Gore Art meets Science magazine
Art meets Scienceis the follow-up of 'Alfa meets Beta' Cool region magazine for the V&R expo in London. On the back of that magazine was already a photo of the Studio Unicps Europe flag dress.
Article: Awake before Gore
PDF: Awake before Gore
Unicps in Brussels TV Gelderland
Designers Jaq Volckmann and Pim Kramer remodelled the European flag, that will be presented to EU commissioner Danuta Hubner.
View: TV Gelderland "Actueel" item
Article: Flag dress from Arnhem for Europe
PDF: Brusselse lof
Unicps in Wuhan Chinese Television
Pim is being interviewed by Chinese television after fashion show.
For the opening of the Fashion Show of the Wuhan-Arnhem Holland Week 2007 Studio-Unicps was invited to design something special to show their appreciation to the City of Arnhem.
Arnhem’s fashion swings on Chinese catwalk Gelderlander
Article: ‘Arnhemse’ kleding swingt op catwalk China
Article: Arnhemse vlag wappert als zwierige avondjurk
Pabo DIY workshop
Studio Unicps moderecycling workshop voor Pabo-studenten.
Introductieweek @ Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen.
Fashion upcyling workshop for first-year students.
@ Heao college Arnhem/Nijmegen (Netherlands)
The urge to renew Gelderlander
Colourful Turkish fabrics and craftmanship in combination with the Dutch view on fashion design. Jaq Volckmann, one of the design duo of Unicps is custodian to the fashion design project and exhibiton at Het Hoofdkwartier in Arnhem. Article:
New fashion line Gelderlander
Article: Mode voor de nieuwe mens
Nettles in fashion Rotterdams DagbladPim Kramer is looking forward to designing the first Dutch nettle fashion collection that isn’t just another ecological collection. Her aim is to design clothing that can be worn by all. The nettles material is perfect for that. Satiny soft on one side, raw like cotton on the other side. And in case you’re wondering, no sting.
Article: Mode voor alleman uit brandnetels
Nettles line Volkskrant magazine
At the congress on “Clothing in the year 2050” Carla Wobma and Jaq Volckmann bumped into each other. Jaq had recently met a textile manufacturer in Germany who made fabrics using nettles. The idea for an environmentally friendly fashion line was born.
Prickling development Telegraaf
According to design duo Jaq Volckmann and Pim Kramer of Studio Unicps fabrics made with nettle fibres will become a trend. Together with the German company Kranz they have been discussing setting up a fashionable nettle clothing label.
Clothing with the soul of nettles Gelderlander
Arnhem couturiers Pim Kramer and Jaq Volckmann designed an ecologically friendly fashion line. That Unicps was asked to work with ecological textiles is not as strange as it sounds, according to Jaq Volckmann. The company has been environment and man friendly for years. Unicps has been a pioneer in designing with used textiles for years.
Article: Kleding met de ziel van brandnetels
Recycling-fashionKlokhuis NPS, 2005
In this Klokhuis programme special designers Pim Kramer and Jaq Volckmann tell all about their philosophy on fashion and recycling and share some of their designs. Priest’s robes, a top made out of your mom’s shopping bag and a skirt made out of old curtains. Under the Studio Unicps label Pim and Jaq design unique, remarkable, colourful, happy and daring fashion.
First Arnhem catwalk Gelderlander
Saturday, July 12, 2003, the first Arnhem Catwalk show in Sonsbeek premiered. And it has to be said it was a show on par with famous shows from all over the world. Spectacle aplenty, especially the designs of Studio Unicps’ Deconstructed Venice Carnival collection. A feast for the eye. Provocative, beautifully detailed creations in recycled and sustainable materials.
Studio Unicps at L&C tv-show RTL4