Club BRILLANT surprises with stunning final of Dutch Fashion Week

juli 19, 2010

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We already announced it last week but the reality was even better as we could have imagined. The Club BRILLANT show at the Amsterdam International Fashion Week was not only the most attended one of the entire week, according to many fashion experts it was also the best and at least the show with the most emotion. This time Club BRILLANT has chosen to honour all those Dutch fashion designers with whom it cooperated in the past. From Michael Barnaart van Bergen and Mada van Gaans to Bibi van der Velden, Monique Colignon and the beloved Percy Irausquin who past away two years ago at the age of only 39 years old. Many of the fashion journalists, editors and stylists in the hall were moved when, at the end of the show, model Marvy Rieder, showed the first of some of his great and colourful designs. It was the finish of a fabulous show with almost 60 models including well-known Dutch actor Tygo Gernandt. The show was followed by a great party at the lounge of the Amsterdam fashion Week and an afterparty at the best club of the town; Jimmy Woo. The entire Dutch fashion press and many Club BRILLANT opticians and their employees attended the show. Later this week you will see and read more about it on Vision-Today.


Club BRILLANT can be best compared to something like the Leading Hotels of the World or an Alliance of the Best Restaurants in the Country. All members are independent opticians with great stores who like to make the difference with discounting chains. All these independent opticians share a passion for the most beautiful frames and sunglasses and at the same time offer the best eyecare one can find. At Club BRILLANT opticians eyewear truly is a fashion accessory. Club BRILLANT unites them, offers them a tool to promote their stores and a lot of inspiration and training to become better and better. For more information and addresses look at

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