News - November 17, 2011


No, these are not birdwatchers and nor is it the army's new camouflage fatigues.

These four students at Van Hall Larenstein are modelling the clothing line that fashion designer Kim Bakker created especially for the Forest and Nature Management programme. The programme wanted a light-hearted way of showing that becoming a forest ranger is not the only option for prospective students after graduating. The four designs stand for the four different directions students can choose from on the programme: aiming at being an entrepreneur, a project leader, a land use manager or a hostess. The designs were presented during an open day at VHL in Velp. Visser made good use of materials from the BNB student's world: moss, grain, flowers, bark, branches and plants.