In the flick of a wrist, macramé plant hangers can turn an apartment into an urban jungle landscape. The Berlin designer Dörte Bundt reinterprets an old knotting technique to create striking contemporary objects.
Vintage – a synonym for original clothing from past decades – as well as the so-called retro fashion – new clothes that resemble previous fashion styles in design or cut – have been gaining more and more popularity in recent years. And that is not only in the trendsetting districts of big cities. Right at the edge of Berlin’s Scheunenviertel Franziska Kühne will make every vintage and retro fan’s heart beat faster. As a tailor and founder of the retro label Marlenes Töchter, she definitely knows what she’s talking about.
Gone are the days when only women went to beauty salons to be looked after and have their hair styled.
In March of 2010, she decided to start her own label AH310, which includes her Handmade Caps project and a womenswear collection.
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Fashion designer Alexandra von Frankenberg, who founded her own dirndl fashion brand in 2010. Amsel Fashion has a modern take on the traditional costumes.
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The Flemish fashion scene in Antwerp is currently booming, filled with refined, timeless and tasteful creations. Fashion trends? Who cares!
Munich has more to offer than champagne, high heels and the English Garden. Munich can also do antiques, vintage, second-hand – and above all, flea markets.