Fashion Shows. Boring, mondane, full of pretentious people, blonde chicks in high heels, yawning journalists, and nobody seems to know what all the fuss is about.
Good thing is: we’re in Berlin, so this shit does not fly with the locals. We don’t want to detach ourselves from our consumerist needs, so there has to be fashion of some kind, but we’re not going to bend over for the conventions. Thankfully, our Kiez-Neighbours from patriotic and very ironic label “Muschi Kreuzberg” have introduced us to witty, Berlin-bound slogans (catchy stuff like “Kotti D’Azur”), the finest materials and damn good looking and not to forget authentic models (like, I really do wonder how the casting went down). The regular Fatwalk Shows are a delightful experience. They have nothing to do with Fashion and everything with an interesting, somewhat exaggerated and playfully cheezy view of Berlins styles. We support our local heroes (and so should you), for that reason we decided to take on the job of shooting the event. Props over to Marcus and Nico who did the film and cut, you did stunning work there as always.