Calvin Klein held its biggest-ever fashion event in Europe last week in true Berlin grunge-chic style. In an abandoned building complex that used to house the city’s mint, the brand that has become known as the “epitome of minimalism” threw a party that featured giant sculptural forms designed by Jürgen Mayer H, one of Germany’s most interesting experimental architects. The living installation contained around 50 models who posed on the Stonehenge-like shapes and sported some of best F/W 10 designs by Calvin Klein Collection, as well as wearing select pieces by ck Calvin Klein, Calvin Klein Jeans, underwear and, in some cases, nothing at all.
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