ethical fashion week

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Last week in Berlin was all about Fashion Week. But I kept away from superficial events and fast fashion events. Instead, I paid a visit to the exciting Greenshowroom and the Ethical Fashion Show. But my personal highlight was the Fashion Changers Blogger Lounge, where like-minded bloggers could talk and we could check out, try on and take pictures of the latest designs from the coolest fair-fashion labels.

I was “only” at Fashion Week for three days, but thanks to the Blogger Lounge I was able to shoot a total of 7 fair-fashion looks for you. Some are more daring, some more business-like and some a bit more boho. A good mix and hopefully that way I was able to provide some varied outfit inspiration for you guy!

Let’s start with my looks from the Fashion Changers Lounge (the photos are by Jesse Abrams, Jana Braumüller and Nadine Kunath):

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Look 1

This is one of my favorite looks. The kimono (on loan from NIX) turns the rest of the very simple black and white look into something special! And to make the whole thing a bit more fashionable, I decided for eye-catching, round earrings (also a loan, from foreign format). Both eyecatchers are from the Winter Collection 2018/2019 and therefore not yet available and only a preview. In addition I combined the statement shirt of Fashion Changers x Myrka Studios (loan), my jeans from Kings of Indigo (affiliate link), and my white sneakers from Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather.

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Look 2

This ended up really being a really nice business look! All the pieces you see here are on loan from the Fashion Changers Blogger Lounge. Dress by Hilar, jacket by Langercheck and the clutch (unfortunately not vegan) from -. Again, all pieces are previews for Winter 2018/2019.

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Look 3

Oooooh I loooovvvvee this look, except for the bag 🙂 That’s too boxy and I do not want to buy any new leather, if possible. The dress is from one of my favorite labels, Mila.Vert, and the vegan down jacket will be on sale next winter from Lanius!!!

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Look 4

Together with Alf von Grossartig I am wearing a very chic look here! The top is simply the perfect boho top by Jan’n June. The fabric feels much more robust than it appears in the picture. The best way to describe it might be a bit neoprene-like. The pants are from Studio Jux and sooo soft!!

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Look 5

My first “official” streetstyle outfit from Fashion Week: I really wanted to wear the red blouse from Jyoti Fairworks (also on loan), but it was too cold to wear this alone. So I combined a longsleeve from Armedangels (PR Sample), as well as high waist jeans by Kings of Indigo. But to make the whole thing look a bit fancier, I took a grey sash and wrapped it around my waist as a belt and put on my vegan overknees from Beyond Skin. Along with it, I wore my vegan bag by Denise Roobol and my coat (which I’ve had for ages) by Lanius (PR Sample).

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Look 6

I think is a very typical vintage look of mine. The skirt is from People Tree and 100% Tencel (PR sample, unfortunately already sold out) and nice and long, perfect for the winter! Plus my longsleeve from Armedangels, my favorite boots from Good Guy’s Don’t Wear Leather, a second-hand coat and a second-hand bag.

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Look 7

On the last day I had back pain and to help manage that wore sneakers and a cozy outfit. I didn’t care so much if I was fashionable or not. But with the white sneakers every outfit is at least a bit interesting. In general, I highly recommend having 1-3 pieces in your closet that are comfortable, but also somehow always look interesting or fashionable, such as my long coat by Lanius or just my white sneakers from Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather. The blouse is also a loan by Jyoti Fairworks.

Which look is your favorite look? I think mine is my outfit with the yellow kimono! Actually, its’ not really my favorite color, but with the pattern the yellow looks really stylish!


PS: Here is also my video with all my outfits: 

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  1. Ich finde es so super, dass es eine Veranstaltung wie die Ethical Fashion Week gibt! Ich mag den fünften Look sehr gerne, leider bin ich zu klein für diese Mantel-Länge… Aber es gibt Schlimmeres. 😉
    VG, Stefanie

    1. DANKE!! Ach, ich finde, da gibt es kein zu klein, aber man muss sich natürlich wohl fühlen! Und manchmal gibt es Mäntel, die etwas schmaler geschnitten und kürzer sind, trotzdem aber Maxi-Mäntel sind, die sind vielleicht eine Alternative für dich!