Almost Not Done opened its doors in Amsterdam in June 2017.
We creatively approach fashion, furniture, music and art through installations, manifests and exclusive events at the physical location.
Almost not done invites visitors to explore an innovative take on the retail experience,
one that brings local and international creatives into an ever-evolving conversation with each other.
Creativity, Social Responsibility, Progressiveness, Positivity.
We support culturural activism because we feel it's important to challenge our time and place. In this day and age we feel
a retail space should be more than a place to shop your favorite brands. We select brands and invite national and international upcoming
and renowned artists to design and curate this journey. Next to our seasonal selections of brands such as ALYX, MISBHV and Resort Corps, we hand-select new and pre-owned Archive pieces from designers and brands such as Raf Simons, Maison Margiela, Helmut Lang, Yohji Yamamoto, Comme des garcons Dries Van Noten and Ann de Meulemeester.
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To visit our physical gallery and store experience
1017 BA Amsterdam
Workshop & Art Exhibition
November 20th, 2017
Almost Not Done gallery transformed in to a creative factory for the Ryan Hawaii workshop. Limited participants entered in an intense 2 day workshop where they customized their Air Force Ones and Chuck Taylor All Stars specially provided by Nike.
After two very successful days of the Factory Workshop, we invited everybody for an exhibition at Almost not done, curated by Ryan Hawaii! We presented all the pieces made at the workshops as artworks, work of Ryan Hawaii and artworks by Christine Kipiriri.
Ryan Hawaii is an inter-disciplinary artist, who is an inspiration to the youth by what he does. Therefor we wanted to give the opportunity to the kids of Amsterdam to learn from him directly to find their own creativity. Ryan applies this same go-get-it dynamism to his own work, which he calls “art meets clothing, with a bit of punk and Afrocentric influence.” Looking at his clothing, you can see how it’s inherently inspired by the likes of Basquiat and Duchamp.