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BERLIN FASHION WEEK ROUNDUP - STUDIO183 BIKINI BERLIN STOREWe had...

July 14 2017


BERLIN FASHION WEEK ROUNDUP - STUDIO183 BIKINI BERLIN STORE


We had lots of fun during Berlin Fashion Week, and while attending fashion events throughout the city we also organized our own in both of our locations.

Let’s recap what happened in our Bikini Berlin store during the course of the week!


I DREAM OF SHAPES X MARIE MAY ART INSTALLATION VERNISSAGE

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We fused art and fashion at the opening night for the installation of the creative collaboration between the Scottish designer I Dream of Shapes and the French artist, Marie May on Tuesday, while Ben Smith and HC Kurtz provided the most progressive electronic tunes we danced to, and our generous sponsors, Dr. Koehler, Windspiel Manufaktur, Michelberger’s Fountain of Youth, and Kreutzbergs Regenerativum took care of the drinks for everyone.

The collaboration is very unique in its own right, the collection consists of individual, one-off pieces. Playful, hand-painted images of doll-eyed, beautiful young girls interweave in perfect harmony with the elegant kimono shapes of the designer celebrating feminine beauty.

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BEN SMITH’S PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION OPENING

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On Wednesday we celebrated the opening of our good friend, the talented Ben Smith’s photography exhibition in our Bikini Berlin concept store.

The artist displayed his sublime photography in our window space alongside the avantgarde pieces of our designers and projected a few conceptual works all over our guests attending the event.

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The night was made more enjoyable by the tracks of HC Kurtz, and the artist himself also got behind the DJ decks.


JUAN CARLOS CASASOLA ART INSTALLATION VERNISSAGE

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On Friday Juan Carlos Rosa Casasola, the Berlin-based Spanish artist displayed an extraordinary art installation made entirely of clothes donated to art in our Bikini Berlin window space.

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Our guests could participate in this collaborative art project by donating their old clothes to support art and recycling for a good cause during Fashion Week and see the results of their charity on Friday at the vernissage.

If you attended, we hope you enjoyed our events as much as we did. And if you missed them this time, don’t worry, we are already planning the next ones!