Mesh Studio

Fashion Week

Mesh Studio
Fashion Week

This post is literally all about Fashion. Mesh studio was part of the Berlin Fashion Week 2016. We split the blogpost into two parts.

First: the "actual" Fashion week by Mercedes Benz in the Fashion Tent which exhibited more of the commercial companies.

Second: the Side-Events with the Big Designers/creative minds hosted in Berlin.

Day 1: At the Fashion Tent. First of all we saw the show of Sportalm Kitzb├╝hel which was about Dirndl and in general traditional modern austrian clothes. By using "Germany's next Topmodel"-Models the company influenced their target group in a positive modern way.

After the show we went to the "Fashion Tech Berlin" side-event. It was a fantastic exhibition from international selected Designers. We talked a lot to them. And we also took part at a listening/questioning lecture which was very inspiring for us. Especially the lecture from the company "Electric Runway" blowed our mind. 

Afterwards we went to the "Panorama" fair. We were looking forward to it but unfortunately it was a big disappointment because the menswear aspect was not enough displayed. 

Day 2: That day was the most exiting day EVER in our time in Berlin.   

We started at the originally austrian fashion designer Marina Hoermanseder. The impressions from the show were so fantastic no words can describe. The location at the Kron Prinzen Palais was stunning. 

After that highlight, we went to the next one. We watched the Marcel Ostertag SHOW at the "Admiralspalast". His collection was under the title "AIR" photographed by Kristian Schuller and was also presented at the New York Fashion Week. For the designer "AIR" is one of his biggest inspirations. By knowing that you're able to understand the collection and the felling. We also enjoyed the berlin night life that day!

Day 3: shopping day in the City. We visited a small shopping center called "Bikini-Hotel". Many unique shops allowed young newcomer fashion designers to showcase their work. Not only fashion but also furniture played a vital role. We fell completely in love with the "Mykita"-shop which exposed futuristic sunglasses designed by Bernhard Willhelm.  

Day 4: The flea market at Mauerpark. We had a good time. It was a chilly Sunday. The flea market offered vintage clothing - but also new start up companies who showcased their innovational products. Exotic snacks and fancy drinks made that day complete. We bought fantastic sunglasses which you will see soon on our blog!

We enjoyed our time there, met a lot of people and broadened our horizons. Thank you for having us! See you next time Berlin.

Yours, Mesh Studio!