Donnerstag, 29. September 2011


impressions of the lutz fashion show at BETC 85/87


designer bernhard willhelm is partying mexican style with a coconut around his neck
fashion craziness berlin style at the bernhard willhelm 2012 presentation at kogan gallery during fashion week in paris

Mittwoch, 28. September 2011


as we arrived paris, we attended the show of commuun. the location was even more spectacular as the clothes  - at the "docks en seine" - next to the river. it's warm and sunny in paris, just beautiful and the show happened during the sunset. i liked the hair of the models, the look was undone and they had some red colour in it...

Dienstag, 27. September 2011


i almost forgot to write the story about wayoo bags... but it seams that summer is still here! and also these wonderful bags can also be worn in wintertime! i am happy to wear one of these handmade bags by the indians of the wayuu-tribe, who are living in goajira, located between columbia and venezuela. each bag is made by hand and unique. the inspiration of the designs are taken from the stars, nature, animals, and even their dreams. the colours of the bags are wonderful and very colorful. the vision of the wayuu is that we care and appreciate nature and their treasures, and the work of the latin american natives. there are also projects going on to help the minorities in this country. as i really adore these bags, i helped katherine with a little pr. she brought this wonderful craft to switzerland, her grandfather himself was a wayuu. in the us, stars like shakira and katy perry are wearing the bags. and here, its djane mahara mc kay and model and presenter anouk manser who felt in love with wayuu.... uuuuuuuuuuh... so, when do you get your wayoo bag? 
order now: www.wayoo. ch

fotos: tina weiss 

Dienstag, 20. September 2011

Samstag, 10. September 2011


the fashion show of my ex intern caroline busch and the other students was very professional. to the choreography and - as usual - a fine music selection - by yannick aellen, they showed their collections, which impressed me a lot. in the beginning there was the ETH showing some "wearable computing lab." clothes, which react with sensors to the movements of the person. the challenge was to create the clothes that are also wearable. have a look...was fun to look at! for the collections of the students i really liked the very feminine collection of edgar balseca, the funky clothes of carmen michel and of course, caroline busch showed some very wearable pieces with a rock attitude. when the models turned they posed quickly for a picture - very good idea! i also liked the models and their hair-style a lot!