11 - 13 Sept. 2020
Paule Josephe Store
1 & 2 August 2020
- Kiki Abels, Eline Adriaensen, Nico Couwels, Roel Kerkhofs, Zoé Lejour, Jelle Martens, Ingrid Raymaekers, Pauline Vandersypt
6 - 7 March 2020
from the deep end to where you can stand (chin above the water levels rising)
— Stine Sampers
13 - 16 February 2020
12 January 2020
Toghether with KRAAK
15 December 2019
Toghether with STROOM
- Romane & Ines Claus
23 nov. - 1 dec. 2019
23 nov. 2019
1 - 11 nov. 2019
Translocating to the immaterial
- VDB Transit Co.
11 - 18 okt. 2019
13 sept. 2019
Paule Josephe Store: cycle III.
Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 Augustus 2020, 10:00-19:00.
! The store will be held on Torenoogst, a shared garden on the upper floor of a former hospital's parking lot near Pleasure Island. Torenoogst is accessible by the Molenstraat and starting from Pleasure Island, this will also be signposted. !
Paule Josephe —the clothing brand of Hannah Vanspauwen and Tiny Geeroms— is working on their third cycle of garments, to be presented and sold in Pleasure Island.
“P.J.’s upcycling design atelier was born out of experiments with embroidery samples, fabric manipulation and second-hand men’s shirts.
We only work with dead stock, leftover and second-hand fabric. We carefully select and/or deconstruct quality materials we want to design a new garment with. Because of the changing availability, every garment is unique and one-size. All noticeable irregularities are part of this working manner. Inevitably, some designs and embroideries require more time and effort, which is why prices may vary.
In every aspect of our work, we value sincerity and try to reconnect clothing with its reality and (y)our daily life. At the same time, a lot of our inspiration emerges from the magic of this life on earth, of the growing of small seeds into trees, the mountains, wild animals.
We feel connected to the countryside we’re working from and get inspired by the colours and textures surrounding us on a daily basis. These shimmer through our working process, illustrations and choice of materials. Every garment is unique and hand-made in our atelier nearby Brussels, Belgium.” (Geraldine Vanspauwen)