All That Fur Fashion Illustration by Mimi Berlin

All That Fur Fashion Illustration by Mimi Berlin

Watch the fashion illustration about fur created by Mimi Berlin, illustrated  in a collage style. Made by hand with the pages of a vintagedeluxe Linea Italiana Fashion Magazine from 1980s

All That Fur illustrated by Mimi Berlin

Watch HERE what Mimi Berlin also did with the pages from that same magazine. Yes we love to recycle!

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Collage Artworks with Brooches by Mimi Berlin

Artworks with Brooches by Mimi Berlin

The first series of Mimi Berlin’s VintageDeluxe Fashion Accessories Artworks are ready! In order to keep the past of fashion alive, preserve and comment on it, we decided to take one magazine from our mimimagazines collection apart and turn it into artworks; by combining them with costume jewelry from our collection (which is also vintagedeluxe). The collages, 45 in total, are all made with laminated pages from one magazine; Linea Italia Magazine, augm1980, and carefully selected brooches, fixed together in a storytelling way.

The ingredients for these collages are both vintagedeluxe. The brooches are mostly costume jewelry which are fixed onto the laminated fashion magazine pages, they can be taken off if you’d like to wear them or you can hang the artwork on your wall (with or without the jewelry; you can decide that after purchase for yourself!)

They aren’t up for sale ye;t they have to be photographed properly first…..we’ll keep you posted!

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Bed-Week at Mimi Berlin

Bed-Week at Mimi Berlin

Simply because of the fact that it’s the first week of 2017 we, at Mimi Berlin, decided to spend this week in bed. We understand that not everyone is this privileged; so, if you really need to be outside here are some tips to cosy up on the cold winter streets >>>>>>>>>>

(images via youtube.com / metmuseum.org / justcollecting.com / archivings.net / @marques_almeida / alarm-magazine.com / stkwo.com/ TripleGemini.etsy/ thamesandhudson.com)

See more about (puffer) coats on this blog

PS
Did you know that Mimi Berlin is working on a photo essay on human life in bed? No? Then visit even the bedtimes are good here!

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CHOOSE LIFE

George Michael has sadly passed away last year. He became a famous in the 1980s with his band WHAM! At the same time Katherine Hamnett‘s oversized, white slogan t-shirts, the ones with the large block letters, were equally populair. These t-shirts were launched in 1983. We are quite sure that everyone can see the simlarity between the t-shirts and the billboard placed by John Lennon and Yoko Ono in 1969 “war is over of you want it”. (pictured above on Times Square in New York City but it was simultaneously displayed at Montreal, Toronto, Los Angeles and at six European cities). Both are protesting against ‘unfairness’ in the world.
Well, Just that. Have a happy 2017 Y’all! xoxo

PS
Mimi Berlin isn’t the only one with treasures in the attic: Ms Wilhelmina found an original Hamnett t-shirt on her’s!
More on John and Yoko’s peaceful protest on this blog
See Rex Dieters Mimimotto’s on this blog

(images via yoko ono / youmustcreate.com/ katharinehamnett.com /asos.com/au/ thahanks Rex Dieter, Twan Janssen und Ms Wilhelmina)

If you think we missed some (historical) similar, visually equal, protests, besides picket lines, please let us know! We are interested….!

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Polaroids and Bananas

Polaroids and Bananas

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What does one do killing spare time on a Sunday? Right….take pictures.

Mimi Memories; Playing around with the Polaroid camera, bananas and a portable neon light…….fun in, what obviously has to be, the 1980s.(tiger print t-shirt from Fiorruci) Found on the attic of Mimi Berlin Headquarters, in one of the boxes filled with polaroid pictures. Most of them even more vague (in topic as well as in quality) as the ones above.

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Donna Karan Quits Chief Designer Job at Donna Karan

Donna Karan Quits Chief Designer Job at Donna Karan

Donna Karan Quits Chief Designer Job at Donna KaranDonna Karan and Louis Dell’Olio in the Anne Klein workroom located in New York City’s garment district in 1980. Photography Rose Hartman/Getty Images (img via supermodelsofthe70s-80s)

Quoting Donna Karan‘s instagram “Donna Karan’s Next Journey:
After much thoughtful discussion and in partnership with Donna Karan International and LVMH, our visionary founder, Donna Karan, has made a personal decision to step down from her day-to-day responsibilities as Chief Designer for Donna Karan International. She will remain with the company in an advisory role and will dedicate her focus on her Urban Zen Company and foundation, which she founded in 2007″ Continue reading