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Archive: July 2007

Final Presentation Lette Foundation, 2007-07-06

We have been taking a look at the fashion from the Lette Foundation. At this event this year’s alumni were given the chance to present their work.
It’s the first fashion show where we took photos, so we’re still figuring out how to make good pics here. Hope you like it though.


“Zarentöchter” designed by Mona-Isabelle Schröter


“5 o’clock tea” designed by Karina Kaliwoda


“Fishing for Compliments” designed by Martha Zybon


“That’s why the Lady is a Punk” designed by Sascha Thomsen


“Der Mann der vom Himmel fiel” designed by Rebekka Braun


“City Hunting” designed by Dorothee Borck, Tiziana Belestrieri, Karina Kaliwoda

In a row.

It’s hard to find men in suits in Berlin. We mean: good looking and fitting. In Germany wearing a suit is mostly experienced as a restraint not as a pleasure. So we were very pleased when we met Heishiro Fujikawa, 27, from Osaka, spending his holidays in Berlin. He’s not wearing the usual tourist-outfit, which is totally great – look! he doesn’t even have a camera!

写真を撮ってはいいだったのことにありがとうございます。(We are sure this is terribly wrong.)