Addy van den Krommenacker is an iconic women’s clothing designer from the Netherlands. As a child he created drawings of princesses at the kitchentable, and his dream came true. He now designs dresses for the Royal Family. Addy’s popularity skyrocketed internationally in the millennium when he presented his Couture Collection at the Alta Roma Fashion week in 2007, followed by the final runway show of America’s Next Top Model, broadcasted in 140 countries.
Addy’s feminine eveningdresses are frequently seen on the red carpet worn by stars all over the world. In 2001 at the launch of his couture line, Addy reached fame and was published on the front page of the Dutch Telegraph.
He launched a ready-to-wear collection the following year, showing interest in his designs, and even won him an award for “best foreign contribution to an event”. His first prêt à porter collection was subsequently launched in Milan, resulting in Addy designs being shown across Europe: in Kazakhstan, Sarajevo, Montenegro, Belgium and Budapest. The collection was then further showcased on the catwalks in Rome and Sicily, earning him a second fashion award.