Archive: March 2010
Although I pledged to spend the rest of the summer in Berlin, I ended up back in Milan over the weekend, invited by Milan’s infamous Plastic Club, who were having their Berlin edition of a monthly party called 747 (a few photos from Berlin-based Kinky White Horse’s performance later). I realized from my last visits that outside of Fashion Week, Milan’s best looks come out at night, so I didn’t spend much time on the street hunting for people. Instead, I arranged to meet with Marcelo Burlon, who might as well be Milan’s Argentine Prince of the fashion scene.
This is Nina. She works at the famous bookstore Pro qm, one of the most important research facilities for everyone interested in urbanity, politics, pop, architecture, design and art. Thus her apartment is filled with books and magazines. Here she stands in front of a collection of books she inherited from her mother, arranged in a danish shelf. She is wearing a blouse by Vladimir Karaleev.