“Hans-Peter Feldmann (born 1941 in Düsseldorf) is a German visual artist. Feldmann’s approach to art-making is one of collecting, ordering and re-presenting.” In this case Mr Feldmann has been lining up colorful high heeld shoes (Pumps). Nice! N’est pas?
Hans-Peter Feldmann High heels-shoes 45 pairs of shoes Dimensions variable HPF 445
Hans-Peter Feldmann High heels , 2011 Mehdi Chouakri
High Heels, 45 pairs of shoes, courtesy of the artist and Mehdi Chouakri, Berlin. @Jon Windszus.
We know Kartell produces glossy plastic furniture, new for us was the Kartell fashion line; bags, boots and shoes. Kartell collaborated with Giorgiana Zappieri and .normaluisa, together they created a range of plastic accessories (not only in pink, also available in black whte and several other color-combo’s). The shoes are a bit Melissa-like, but the bags (aren’t they sticky when worn over the shoulder?) we truly like…… (buy at .normaluisa)
Vintage Furniture, Lamps by Upcycle Rose and Mimi Berlin’s Stattuettes
Mimi Berlin’s Stattuettes
Printing by Jaap
Old school print
WOTH (Week Only Treasure Hunt) is an inspirational department store full of tasteful design, slow food and art, selected by Mary Hessing, editor-in-Chief of Eigen Huis & Interieur magazine. The first edition of WOTH department store for one week, coincided with Design quarter the Hague (May 2014). For one week, Hessing and her husband Toon Lauwen opened their family house, a former milk factory in the heart of the Hague, to the public and transformed it into a true concept store. The WOTH store can be visited again from today, December 11 until Sunday December 15th. Again Hessing and Lauwen filled their home with exceptional (vintage) design furniture, accessories such as Mimi Berlin’s statuettes, Upcycle Rose’s glassware and By Textielmuseum’s table linen. Also smaller items like candles and Christmas decorations are for sale. You also get the chance to see how printing was done in years gone by; Jaap will print your name on the spot or eat some slow food. Maybe you’ll find the perfect X-mas gift here! WOTH van Galenstraat 40 The Hague. Opening hours, 11:00-19:00.
evachen212 on Instagram is: “Eva Chen Lucky editor-in-chief, shopping-obsessed New Yorker” as it states on her Instagram profile and an “editor in chief/compulsive shopper/new yorker/nerd.” as it says on her twitter account. (@evachen212) Well this editor in chief/public figure works at Condé Nast’s Lucky, which is a fashion magazine. We at Mimi Berlin follow evanchen212 on Instagram and found out she has been taken pictures of her feet while she is in a taxi (well, always a different car anyways but since she lives in New York that must be cab’s) almost every day for a long time. Except for her feet, covered in designer shoes, she also makes sure her bag and a matching piece of fruit is in sight. She is including tags of the brands she is wearing that day. We do like that concept but we were truly mesmerized by the amount of likes she gets; every time approximately 3000 a pic!! That’s what really got us curious about Eva Chen. We found a video on Forbes.com “a day in the life of Eva Chen” in which she tells us how social media is important in her life. Interesting fact is that the life of an editor must be one in the limelight nowadays. That used to be very different before, say like 10 years ago, when making a magazine was a fairly anonymous job. Not anymore; Eva Chen (and many more of her peers) is one of the Social Media Moghul’s, she probably has to be to keep her job. Watch that video HERE