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Wie versprochen hier ein paar mehr Eindrücke von der Fashion Week letzte Woche. Ich hatte nicht so viel Zeit, da ich arbeiten musste und habe mich deshalb auf Blogger-Events und faire und nachhaltige Marken konzentriert. Ich finde es immer noch schwierig, viele coole faire Brands zu finden, doch nach und nach füllt sich meine Liste. Auf der Fashion Week habe ich jetzt ein paar Neuentdeckungen gemacht (wie ihr im letzen Freitags-Post nachlesen konntet) und ein paar weitere Inspirationen finden ihr im Video:

As promised some more impressions from Berlin fashion week last week! I did not have that much time as I had to work. That’s why I worked on certain events: some blogger events and fair and sustainable brands. I still find it hard to find cool and fair brands, but step by step my list is getting longer. Last week I discovered some great new designs (as you can check out in my last Friday post).

Alle Infos zu den Brands und Leuten im Video sowie zu meinen Outfits findet ihr in der Infobox! Für alle, die nicht so gerne Bewegtbilder schauen, gibt es hier noch ein paar visuelle Eindrücke:

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With Anne Gorke at the Anne Gorke Event!

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Just before the Blogger Bazaar Party with Jesse and Antonia from sustainable blog Mochni.com

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On the next day, I went to the Greenshowroom. The vegan Lifestyle- and Fashionmagazine noveaux had a really cool showcase of their currently favorite vegan labels. Amongst them: Simon Ese, lovJoi, Opificio V Milano (vegan men’s shoes from Italy) and many more.

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Outfit: Paala-Shirt, Jan’n June shorts and a vintage bag.

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At the ShopStyle sanctuary there was not only a huge closet full of clothes to rent, a professional street style photographer, makeup, hair and manicure, but also great catering. I loved the true fruits smoothies so much! 

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My favorite booth: Jan’n June!

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More favorites:

  1. RCM clothing
  2. lovJoi – vegan, made in Germany, organic cotton
  3. Paala Design – the brand uses fabrics such as GOTS certified organic cotton, highly sustainable Tencel and naturally sustainable bamboo viscose. For printing they use waterbased inks that have little environmental impact and that are GOTS-certified. 
  4. Elsien Gringhuis – made in holland, the designer focuses on designs with a long life span due to their quality.
  5. Jentil bags – made out of cork, a vegan and very sustainable material. Jentil bags and accessories are ethically made in Portugal as well as registered with the Vegan Society.
  6. rudolf vienna – minimalistic designs, use woven linen for example
  7. Whitetail luxury – high fashion sustainable brand
  8. people tree
  9. armedangels


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