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Berlin Outfit Winter

OOTD: How to survive Berlin Winter

Yes! It is actually as cold as it looks on the picture right now in Berlin. When I moved here 8 years ago, my first winter in Berlin was a terrible experience. In contrast to Munich, where I lived before, the temperature is much lower and even worse, many weeks the sky is just cloudy, so that on some days it is hard to tell if it is 9 in the morning or 4 in the afternoon. You many times don’t see the sun for days and everything is just grey in grey.

This winter we were quite lucky so far, with “a lot” (every 2nd day?) of sunshine in January and mild temperatures compared to the years before. But for sure you need something like a plan, how to survive those cold and dark months between November and April. Here comes my little guide how to get on during that time.

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Berlin FW A/W17

Here comes with a little overdue my short-report of “Berlin Fashion Week”! Three days packed with shows at new locations like Kaufhaus Jandorf and many side events were an ideal change to the dreary everday life in Berlin. All in all a lot of inspiration and fun for fashion lovers. Read more about the shows of Sportalm, Dorothee Schumacher, Hien Le, Greenshowroom and Malaika Raiss…

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OUTFIT: Berlin Fashion Week 17

As many people say: January in Berlin is the best time for a long-distance holiday, somewhere in the southern hemisphere. For every fashion lover, who stays here, it is always the same fight: grey in grey weather and ice-old wind. I tried to fight the cold in different ways this year for Berlin fashion week, big furry (vintage! I would never buy a new one) coats and layering worked quite well for me.

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Berlin Fashion Week / 16 # Day 01

Here comes my personal collection of trends and styles, that catched my eye on the first day of Berlin Fashion Week:



One of our youngest design super talents in Berlin: Malaika Raiss showed her SS17 collection at the Kronprinzenpalais, with many truly inspiring and interesting silhouettes.

Berlin Creative Mind Music


I have to tell you about those two Turkish woman, who are outstanding in so many ways. Rarely I have seen such a combination of talent, female power, beauty and political awareness. They are twins and an extraordinary example of how modern and openminded the Turkish culture could be.

First of all, Ferhan and Ferzan Önder are one of the most talented young pianists of our times. When they enter the stage – dressed in floor-length gowns of white silk and wavy long hair – you feel reminded of a fashion event and their aura is immense. It is the maximum of modern feminity you can demonstrate. And with all that said, they sit down at their pianos and perform „Gezi Park I“, a piece composed by Fazil Say – the „enfant terrible“, on the occasion of the demonstrations at the same-named park.