fendi / preen / 3.1 philip lim / j.w. anderson
j.w. anderson / richard nicoll / j.w.anderson / max mara
simone rocha / gucci / prada
marc jacobs / preen / hermès / christopher raeburn
now even your boyfriend will be interested in fashion. you’re welcome!
**inspired by jalouse magazine, all images via vogue.com
yes, i am totally “on time” with this post. hit me, call me lame, i know this comes way too late. with all the moving to milan etc i kept postponing to blog about the andy wolf feat. mark & julia show at the vienna fashion week. without wanting to mention that this has happened a few weeks ago, i only need to mention one thing: the show was absolutely amazing. it was the only one i went to during the FW in vienna, because the PR agency said some things about bloggers that got me really upset and made me decide not to attend their fashionweek. but for my dear friends from mark & julia i made an exception and it was definitely worth going. my mum, who’s my best friend, accompanied me and also loved every single piece. i am sure you are going to hear a lot more about mark & julia in the next few years…
i’ve really been trying not to photo overload my blog with posts from fashion week in berlin. but as you might have noticed from my need for a vacation after berlin, i went to too many shows there (yeah, first world problems – I KNOW). but next year i’ll definitely do more outsourcing and only pick things i really wanna see.
two of the shows that i really enjoyed were by austrian designers eva poleschinski and andy wolf with superated. i have been saving for a pair of andy wolf shades forever, i think she’s my favorite designer and i just love how she puts her designs in focus (they did an amazing film called “the rosenthal legacy” which is just superb).
anyway, both shows took place in the “studio” which is the alternative to the runway. eva poleschinskis show was just incredibly well staged. the light, the sounds, the dramaturgy – absolutely stunning. andy wolf / superated was quite different but also absolutely genius. a commonplace living room scene, models eating bananas and playing chess. how beautiful can banality be?
two labels – one presentation. mongrels in common & liebig decided to show their ss13 collections in one show. it all took place in a berlin courtyard, unofrtunately interrupted by some rain. i fell in love with that that white coat from the first photo, but also really loved their models and the wonderful styling.