Lovely work from Amsterdam based fashion designer Femke Agema and her latest project Totem. Using totem poles as a starting point for the collection the general inspiration for the project came from the cropped and edited images that people use for social networking sites and the shift this has led to in ‘real’ human relationships.
Totem is being exhibited until the end of August at the Moooi Gallery in Amsterdam (Westerstraat 187).
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