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Fashioning Fashion in Berlin

Opening tomorrow, Berlin’s German Historical Museum presents Fashioning Fashion: European Dress in Detail, 1700-1915, a stunning retrospective of clothing and accessories worn by some of Europe’s richest and most influential people. On loan from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, this is your only chance to ogle these opulent items before they’re shipped back to the States. Must-see pieces ...
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Character Invasion – Pictoplasma 2012 Berlin

From April 11- 15, an extensive spectrum of characters will invade Berlin during the world’s leading and largest festival of contemporary character culture - Pictoplasma. Pictoplasma Festival 2012 Opener from Pictoplasma on Vimeo. Pictoplasma returns to Germany’s capital with a bursting schedule of inspiring artist presentations, lectures, an animation festival, workshops, installations, many character walk exhibitions, performances and smashing VJ battles. For ...
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Gerhard Richter: Panorama

In conjunction with Tate Modern in London and the Centre Pompidou in Paris, Berlin’s New National Gallery is playing host to a sweeping retrospective of famed German painter Gerhard Richter’s work, on display until May 13th.
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Comme des Garçons Opens Pocket Store in Berlin

This month Comme des Garçons brought two of its retail concepts to Mitte, Berlin with the launch of Comme des Garçons' Black shop and Comme des Garçons. The Pocket store is an intimate space that is dedicated to Comme des Garçons' expanding range of wallets, perfumes and PLAY. The concept shop operates like a convenience store, integrating into its habitat as ...
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G-Star Raw: Art Performance in Berlin

The Denim team is currently working hard in the inspirational city of Berlin at Bread and Butter. Yesterday G-Star RAW presented its new Fall/Winter 2012 collection with a RAW art performance. We were really keen to find out what the brand had in store since their past shows gained a reputation for innovation and high energy.  This season the denim label didn't disappoint with ...
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Bread & Butter Day One – Graphic Highlights

So the trade shows season is upon us yet again and the first up in a list of influential shows for the Graphics team to report on is Europe’s number one trade show, Bread & Butter. This three-day event in Berlin’s enormous disused Tempelhof airport is a show that’s not to be missed. Even though the Graphics team has so far ...
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Denim Day Berlin, Second Edition

For all of you who are heading over to Berlin next week for the Bread and Butter trade show and Berlin fashion week , take note:  the successful Sportswear International Denim Day event, held last year, is returning to the city on Tuesday January 17th, the day before the trade show and fashion week events begin. As you probably know, Stylesight presented a rundown ...
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Consumer: Mind The Future by W.I.R.E.

Zurich-based think-tank agency W.I.R.E. has created Mind The Future: Compendium for Contemporary Trends - an overview of future shaping trends in the form of a small box of 70 flashcards. Important developments covering the realms of economics, sociology, politics, technology and ecology are presented, and on the reverse of each card illustrations, statistical information and visualizing graphics analyze and further explain ...
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OUKAN 71: Japan via Berlin

Berlin’s Mitte district is home to a super-modern new concept store, OUKAN 71, two airy floors of up-and-coming avant-garde design for ladies and gents, as well as unique interiors items and a sleek tea bar.
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Consumer: Frisch vom Dach in Berlin

A group of German entrepreneurs are transforming a former factory in Berlin into a sustainable farm to produce vegetables and fish for the city. Frisch vom Dach, meaning Fresh From The Roof, hope to have their first harvest by 2013.  The urban farm will comprise a 7,000 sqm roof garden, utilizing a sustainable food production method called aquaponics - a cycle ...
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Consumer: Henrik Vibskov’s 100 Days Boutique in Berlin

Danish fashion designer Henrik Vibskov has opened the 100 Days Boutique, a temporary pop-up, traveling space that moves every 100 days, per season, starting in Mitte, Berlin. Accustomed to seeing pop up retail ventures crop-up regularly, Vibskov’s clever concept extends upon this idea by using just one space to travel to various cities, rather than opening up several pop up shops ...
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Citizen Hip: Phil-G’s Guide to the Best of Berlin

At Stylesight we've been longtime fans of Brand Consultant and international trailblazer, Phil-G--
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Cabin (Not) In The Woods

In Berlin’s upcoming district Neukölln, Silke Lorenzen and Sarah Vollmer have created a whimsical little universe in an ancient vacuum cleaner factory.
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We love… BMW Guggenheim Lab by Atelier Bow-Wow in New York

Last week saw the arrival of the BMW Guggenheim lab to New York’s East Village - a six-year worldwide initiative that will explore issues regarding contemporary urban life. The ‘mobile laboratory’ has been designed by Tokyo practice Atelier Bow-Wow and described as "a lightweight and compact two-story traveling toolbox”.  It is completely collapsible and can be shipped anywhere, and re-assembled easily. Over ...
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Fine and Dandy in Berlin

“We dress the modern dandy”, says Itamar Zechoval, founder and creative director of Dandy of the Grotesque. Founded in 2009, the brand brings a unique twist to traditional made-to-measure menswear.
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