Berlin Fashion Week – Day 2: The Fashion Shows

Von Bardonitz - ONE Show

Von Bardonitz

Day 2 of Berlin Fashion Week was all about fashion shows and presentations for us. The day started exciting with a little visit to the backstage area of the JULIAANDBEN show at the studio of the official Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week tent. The Berlin cult label had their first ever runway show with our Designer Scouts event at HBC back in 2010. Now they made it into the official tent and delivered a great collection. See the backstage photos and the show impressions after the jump followed by the shows and parties of Von Bardonitz, Augustin Teboul, Wood Wood and Reality Studio on 4 pages.

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The Weekly Event Guide


Yeay, the regular weekly event guide is back this week. Praise the bad weather! So, what do we have to offer this week? A Wood Wood super sale, a collage workshop, a hippie festival, another streetartist-gone-gallery and much more, all for your entertainment, right after the jump.

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A bit of Berlin Fashion


Beloved Berlin-based label JULIAANDBEN are starting their annual sale this Saturday. They will not only have a sale on their stock, but also sell rare sample pieces and prototypes. So it’s worth dropping by to find very unique pieces of their previous collections.

Tiedeken, former half of Berlin-based label Wedel&Tiedeken, are launching their new winter collection at the A7 store this Saturday at Almstadtstr. 7. During the event they will also preview their upcoming summer collection.

At the end of the month, the 24th of September to be exact, avant-garde designer Paula Immich is having a shopping night at her Salon at Brunnenstr. 53.

A day after you can also get your hands on some labels that are NOT from Berlin at the Wood Wood stock sale at Rückerstr. 4.

Flyers of all four sales events after the jump.

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Some of you might know the iconic illustrations of Dutch artist and designer Parra from his limited edition shirts and hoodies by Rockwell. This Thursday he will open his first solo show in Berlin at Pool Gallery in Mitte. If you prefer the t-shirts over his paintings you should drop by his pop-up shop at Wood Wood that will be open for the length of the exhibition starting this Saturday. The details after the jump.

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