Magazine

  • Fashion from Antwerp: Influence & identity with Ching-Lin Chen

    MoMu talked to Ching-Lin about Antwerp’s global identity, navigating a brave new world as an international fashion student, how the city challenges the independent designer of tomorrow and pinning down your signature. Read more.
  • Between heat and nudity in the Middle Ages

    When summer reaches peak temperatures, our dear bodies as well. We look for the lightest existing fabric. But in the Middle Ages, religious powers at play fueled a more and more private and intimate relationship to nudity. Read more.
  • Support MoMu: Three philanthropists tell you why

    Enthusiastic visitors can make their own contribution to MoMu's activities, in different ways. We ask three philanthropists how and why they have chosen to support Antwerp's Fashion Museum. Read more.
  • Fashion from Antwerp: influence & identity with Flora Miranda

    MoMu talks to established greats and emerging, future-focused talent about Antwerp’s identity and the relevance of the Belgian hallmark within the international fashion world. Next: Flora Miranda on building a network and Antwerp’s future fashion potential Read more.
  • Fashion from Antwerp: influence & identity with Glenn Martens

    In a new series, MoMu talks to established names and young forward-thinking talent about Antwerp's identity and the relevance of the Belgian name within the international fashion scene. Glenn Martens on the pros and cons of the Belgian fashion reputation. Read more.
  • The story behind the images of the Fashion 2.021 campaign

    The visual campaign revisits the role of the modern designer and reveals how very different our fashion experiences are today. The campaign consists of a series of highly emotive fashion images created in collaboration with six top designers. Read more.
  • Fashion from Antwerp: influence & identity with Walter Van Beirendonck

    MoMu talks to established names and young forward-thinking talent about Antwerp's identity, and the relevance of the Belgian name within the international fashion scene. Walter Van Beirendonck on Antwerp's fashion identity & ‘being established’ Read more.
  • The Story Behind The Garment: S/S 1989 Trompe l’Oeil Tattoo T-shirt & A/W 1989 - 90 Sweater By Maison Martin Margiela

    Some very special garments have made their way into the MoMu Collection, thanks to Inge Grognard. he personal tale behind this object will be preserved as ‘oral history’ in the museum. Read more.
  • MoMu conserves: gentlemen's round-neck waistcoat, 1750 - 1770

    Although the museum building is closed for renovations, we still inspire at other locations with our museum collection. Discover how a 18th-century waistcoat was refreshed and prepared for exhibition at DIVA Museum Read more.
  • International Women’s Day: Ann Demeulemeester on feathers, fashion and freedom

    With International Women's Day right around the corner, we want to pay tribute to Ann Demeulemeester who has successfully left a mark in the fashion world, even after leaving her namesake label in 2013. Read more.