You maybe have read it in some previous blog posts: we stayed at the Michelberger Hotel last week when we visited Berlin. This hotel is really one of a kind. It’s located in an old factory building and nowadays provided with 119 hotel rooms.
The Michelberger is a budget hotel built by a group of friends who had the idea to make the best hotel they could, the kind of hotel they’d like to stay in. All we can say: they totally succeeded!
During the London Collections: Men, Beijing based designer Xander Zhou showed his beautiful SS 2013 collection. His impressive collection “Fleurdelism” can be described as a wearable and elegant collection yet very interesting and edgy.
Signatures of his collection are the play with form and function, the use of unconventional materials, deconstructionism and taking everyday elements out of context.
Last week has been quite a roller coaster for us, a really nice one though. In the middle of some deadline days we last minute decided to go to Berlin to visit Bread & Butter. From tuesday till thursday we escaped from our offices and ended up in two days full of fashion.
Sleeping in an amazing hotel (Michelberger hotel, more about this hotel in an upcoming blogpost), meeting interesting people from all over the world, visiting our G-star friends, again meeting a lot of nice people, having nice diners, drinking ice cold beers and not to forget: some mighty fine parties! Once you’re in Berlin
Last week we were in Berlin to visit the Bread & Butter. While staying in one of Europa’s vibrant cities, we were lucky to get a table at Dos Palillos. Dos Palillos is a restaurant located in Casa Camper Berlin, an unique hotel located in Berlin and Barcelona.
At Dos Palillos the main attraction is the menu of Asian tapas: tempura, squid, Japanese seaweed salad, sushi and many more Asian delights.
The Royal Academy’s annual Summer Exhibition marks the start of the Summer Season. The world’s largest open submission contemporary art show, now in its 244th year, continues the tradition of showcasing work by both emerging and established artists in all media including painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, architecture and film.
The Summer Exhibition attracts a high volume of entrants annually with over 11,000 entries received this year. Royal Academician Tess Jaray is the co-ordinator for Summer Exhibition 2012. The exhibition will begin in the Wohl Central Hall, which, this year pays homage to Matisse’s The Red Studio.