Andam prize-winning label Botter is making ‘Caribbean couture’ from algae, kelp and seashells

by Editors Staff

Botter is a part of ‘The New Vogue Vanguard’ – 4 worldwide vogue labels and designers presenting a brand new option to costume, as featured in ‘The Future Concern’ of Wallpaper* the place we meet the rising stars shaking up the artistic industries. 

When Rushemy Botter and Lisi Herrebrugh first began their menswear label Botter in 2017, they noticed the label as a diary of kinds. Bringing collectively a mixture of influences spanning literature, music, meals and historical past, Botter has been a mirrored image of Caribbean tradition since its inception (because the tagline on the model’s web site describes, ‘Caribbean Couture’). Seen by way of the duo’s multicultural lens – Rushemy was born in Curaçao however spent most of his life in Amsterdam, whereas Herrebrugh was born in Amsterdam however grew up continuously travelling to the Dominican Republic, the place her household has roots – the saturated color palette and vibrant motifs one would possibly sometimes affiliate with the area tackle a brand new dimension when paired with the duo’s mastery of Belgian and Dutch tailoring. 

Supply: Wallpaper

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