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Schepers Bosman is a high-end Dutch designer brand by fashion designer duo Sanne Schepers and Anne Bosman.

Schepers Bosman combines Dutch design with craftsmanship and the finest materials. Entirely Made in The Netherlands, the emphasis is on the hand-finished detail in a modern interpretation.

Their garments feature visible seams and distinctive topstitching, irregular pattern cutting and handmade prints, adding a unique character to contemporary ready-to-wear. Materials are developed with weaving mills in The Netherlands, Italy and England, with a focus on luxury denims with a tactile feel. Collections are presented in a mix of masculine and feminine styles.

New collection presentations take place in Paris during menswear fashion week. Schepers Bosman collections are available worldwide, online and via selected stores.

The brand was founded in 2017 with an in-house atelier, by fashion designers Sanne Schepers and Anne Bosman. Both graduated with honors from BA Fashion Design at ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in Arnhem in 2011. Right after, Schepers moved to Paris to study at Institut Français de la Mode while Bosman graduated from MA Central Saint Martins in London in 2013. They gained work experience at Christopher Kane, Robert Clergerie and Viktor & Rolf. After working on several jobs individually and together, they started their collaboration with a studio-based approach to design and production.

In 2017, Schepers Bosman was invited to launch their debut collection at the 26th edition of the Amsterdam Fashion Week. Shortly thereafter, they presented their work in the prestigious Hôtel de Crillon in Paris, where they won the Mercedes-Benz Les Etoiles Award on the eve of the Paris fashion week. The jury consisted of French couturier Alexis Mabille and Dita von Teese, among others. In 2021 they opened the Amsterdam Fashion Week on request, with an overview show for a selected audience, in the renowned Hotel Sofitel The Grand in Amsterdam. The show was cited as: ‘The artistic scope of the project was evident to see ... The show was an eccentric, stunning re-introduction to in-person events, celebrating the collective artistry of the Amsterdam-scene.’

Schepers Bosman received several awards and nominations, such as the Lichting Award in Amsterdam, two H&M Design Awards in Stockholm and Amsterdam, the Mercedes-Benz Les Etoiles Award in Paris and the Dutch Design Awards in Eindhoven.

Schepers Bosman periodically collaborates with those they find inspiring, from dressing music artists and designing their stage settings, to incorporating music performance into collection presentations. Next to working with bigger companies such as Royal Auping, Mephisto shoes and Pinqponq bags on commissioned projects and style development for clients including Bernhard Willhelm, Ronald van der Kemp and Matty Bovan.

Their work is exhibited by museums and art and design events including Nieuwe Instituut Rotterdam, Dutch Design Week, Art Rotterdam, Unfair Amsterdam, the Hermitage, Amsterdam Museum, de Nieuwe Kerk and is being featured in countless publications in The Netherlands and abroad, like Hypebeast, Highsnobiety, Vogue, Elle, Fucking Young, Glamcult, Vestal Magazine, i-D and Mirror Mirror.

Schepers Bosman gained an international following of fashion-forward artists including BabyJake, Devault, Bulow, Nana Adjoa, Queen’s Pleasure, Indian Askin, Pink Oculus,  Naaz, Zanillya, Goldband, Claude and DJ Vera Siemons. Their garments are worn on iconic music stages, at Paradiso Amsterdam, The Concertgebouw, Pinkpop, Best Kept Secret Festival, Rock Werchter, Ancienne Belgique Brussels, l’Olympia Paris and Lowlands Festival.

Demonstrating their ongoing sustainable commitment, all Schepers Bosman collections and main used materials are ‘Made in The Netherlands’. Design and production are carried out in close proximity to one another, with an essential focus on overseeing the entire garment sampling process in their own workplace. In addition to their focus on local production, Schepers Bosman partners with weaving mills in The Netherlands to develop custom Dutch fabrics, with the aim of creating a 100% Dutch product. Other materials are sourced in Italy and England for their high quality and durability. Their one-of-a-kind items are made from leftover stock fabrics that they collected over time. Buttons, labeling, prints, and inside fusing cloth used in their garments are Made in The Netherlands as well. Schepers Bosman only manufactures on demand, avoiding unnecessary stock.

Schepers Bosman is headquartered in a one-of-a-kind circular proto building in The Southern Netherlands. As part of a pioneering international architectural project, it is a first example in Europe to research sustainable and local building with re-used components. Constructed in an innovative way, from re-used concrete bricks and walls, the beams and measurement marks are exposed on the inside. The exterior is constructed from orange and purple bricks, cutouts from a former graffiti mural. The building can be seen as the embodiment of their design.

Next to their design practice, Schepers Bosman is being approached to share their expertise with art and design students as guest lecturer and official government commissioner at art academies including ArtEZ University of the Arts Arnhem, Design Academy Eindhoven and the Royal Academy of Art the Hague, amongst others. They are also involved in developing new curricula for education and served as jury member for the Keep an Eye Foundation Young Talent Award.


April 2023
The Netherlands

- Schepers Bosman, launch 2017
- Sanne Schepers, born Heerlen, The Netherlands, 1989
- Anne Bosman, born Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1988

- Bosman, Central Saint Martins MA menswear, London, United Kingdom
- Schepers, Institut Français de la Mode, Paris, France
- ArtEZ University of Arts BA fashion design (both with honours), Arnhem, The Netherlands

- Bosman, Viktor & Rolf, Christopher Kane
- Schepers, Alexander van Slobbe, Robert Clergerie

- Les Etoiles Mercedes-Benz in Paris (winner)
- H&M Design Awards in Stockholm and Amsterdam (winner)
- Lichting G-star Raw Talent Award in Amsterdam (winner)
- Dutch Design Awards in Eindhoven (nominee)

- Amber - Arnhem Mode Biennale, Arnhem, The Netherlands
- Art Rotterdam x Schuit - @ADE, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
- Droog x ABCND Pop-Up Expo – Droog, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Dutch Design Week - Eindhoven, The Netherlands
- Fashionclash - Bureau Europa, Maastricht, The Netherlands
- FDFA x Schuit, Arnhem, The Netherlands
- Les Etoiles Mercedes-Benz - Le Crillon, Paris, France
- Piet Paris e.a. - Museum Jan, Amstelveen, The Netherlands
- Maison Amsterdam - The Hermitage, Amsterdam Museum, De Nieuwe Kerk, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Unfair Amsterdam x ABCND - Gashouder, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Unpacking 3Packagedeal – Dansmakers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- VondelCS 1 AVROTROS, Vondel CS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- We Make The City - Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Wearwork group show - Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

- 23 Autumn/Winter ‘QP’s bass player fronts the SB 23AW collection’ - Paris, showroom 2023
- 23 Spring/Summer ‘Modern miners’ - Online presentation, 2022
- 22 Autumn/Winter ‘In metaverse’ - Online presentation, 2022
- 22 Spring / Summer ‘Openingshow at AFW’ - Amsterdam Fashion Week, opening show, 2021
- 22 Spring/Summer ‘Wearable compositions’ - Online presentation, 2021
- 21 Autumn/Winter ‘SB House’ - Online presentation, 2021
- 21 Spring /Summer ‘Synergy’ - Online presentation, 2020
- 20 Autumn/Winter ‘Stagewear’ - Paris, showroom 2020,
- 20 Spring/Summer ‘The Chino collection’ - Paris, showroom, 2019
- 19 Autumn/Winter Couture Capsule ‘Anna in Paris‘- Paris, couture lookbook, 2019
- 19 Autumn/Winter ‘The Cuypers collection’ - Paris, showroom, 2019
- 19 Spring/Summer ‘Urban survival’ - Prague Fashion Week, capsule show, 2018
- 19 Spring/Summer ‘Being a tourist in your own city’ - Amsterdam, lookbook, 2018
- 18 Autumn/Winter ‘Amsterdam collection’ - Paris, lookbook, 2018
- 18 Spring/Summer Capsule ‘Anne-Wytske’ - Paris, lookbook, 2017
- 18 Spring/Summer ‘Exclusivity within the mass’ - Amsterdam Fashion Week, show, 2017
- 17 Autumn/Winter ‘Flat and Dutch’ - Amsterdam Fashion Week, debut show, 2017

- 3voor12
- A Shaded View On Fashion
- Clash magazine
- Contributer magazine
- Damaged magazine
- Dutch Design Daily
- Elle
- Elle decoration
- Fashionunited
- FD Persoonlijk
- Fguk magazine
- Financieel Dagblad
- Fuuucking young!
- Ginza magazine
- Glamcult
- Glamour
- Grazia
- Harpers Bazaar
- Het Financieele Dagblad
- Highsnobiety
- Houyhnhnm
- Humo
- Hunger magazine
- Hypebeast
- i-D
- Jfk magazine
- Kaltblut
- Knack
- Kodd magazine
- Kreep magazine
- Le Mile
- Le Parisien
- Mirror Mirror
- Npo
- Nrc
- Numero magazine
- Parool
- Rain magazine
- The Pink Prince
- Vanity Teen
- Vestal magazine
- Vice
- Villa d’Arte
- Vogue
- Volkskrant
- Volkskrant Magazine
- Xite

- Bloomer Records
- Enschede Textielstad
- Mephisto
- Pinqponq
- Royal Auping

- Bernhard Willhelm
- Matty Bovan
- Ronald van der Kemp

- BabyJake
- DJ Bella van Buren
- Bülow
- Claude
- Darre
- Devault
- Future Husband
- Go Fishing!
- Goldband
- Indian Askin
- Jeangu Macrooy
- Kinetic Field
- Mad Miran
- Naaz
- Nana Adjoa
- Pink Oculus
- Queen’s Pleasure
- Zanillya
- Zoë Low

- Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium
- Best Kept Secret Festival, Hilvarenbeek, The Netherlands
- Bitterzoet, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Down The Rabbit Hole, Ewijk, The Netherlands
- Into The Great Wide Open, Vlieland, The Netherlands
- L’Olympia, Paris, France
- Lowlands, Biddinghuizen, The Netherlands
- Melkweg, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Paradiso, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Pinkpop Festival, Landgraaf, The Netherlands
- Rock Werchter, Werchter, Belgium
- Rotown, Rotterdam, The Netherlands  
- The Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht, The Netherlands

- ArtEZ University of the Arts, Arnhem, The Netherlands
- Design Academy Eindhoven, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
- Keep an Eye Foundation, Young Talent Award jury, KABK, The Hague, The Netherlands
- Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, The Netherlands
- Aventus, Zutphen, The Netherlands
- State of Fashion Biennale, Arnhem, The Netherlands

- Paris – Amsterdam Rendez-Vous, Paris, France