Berlin Fashion Week Models Are Hungry?
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Thanks to the folks at StilinBerlin.blogspot.com, we know a bit more about the Berlin Fashion Week.
I see it as an annual migration of surly looking models (I think they’re just hungry), fashionistas from all over the globe, and designers looking to make it big like Karl Lagerfeld and Hugo Boss (my favorite) that flock to Berlin every July.
Hey, at least the models for Ulla Popken can eat. This collection of fashion is designed for the size 16+ set.
Come to think of it, I don’t see that “come hither if you’re a sandwich” look on any ad that featured Popken’s models. ;-)
Jokes about models isn’t what I’m here for; and I do it all in good natured fun. But, what I am serious about is everything eco-friendly.
So, it was to my surprise that there was an entire section on Fashion-Week-Berlin.com that talked about using eco-friendly materials and trade practices. Actually, they said “consumers are developing a preference for products manufactured in an ecological and socially responsible manner.”
Hear! Hear! Well said folks at Berlin Fashion Week!
What I don’t get is why they would have an entire section on their website on many of Berlin’s bars, clubs, and restaurants? If you eat, you can’t fit into all those designer clothes, or can you? ;-)
Oh, there I go again. I’m just kidding. Just kidding. I don’t want some model to chuck a high heel at my head at next year’s event.
Honestly though, there were many events held throughout Berlin’s Fashion Week. Had you gone, maybe you’d have gotten lucky to rub elbows with the likes of Heidi Klum or Claudia Schiffer. Wouldn’t that have been nice? Because what would a Fashion Week in Germany be without Germany’s top models (or former models)?
Then again, what would Berlin Fashion Week be without German designers?
In case you don’t know any, Betty Barclay, Strenesse, and Jill Sander are very well known too. And, chances are their models are going to be the hungry type.
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