Thahanks to Mr Twan Janssen who reminded us of World Animal Day by updating his facebook coverphoto. Janssen used an ‘oldie but goodie’; a still from the Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest #8 Movie. The dog with the partyhat is his dog, her name is Lou. Congratulations to Lou and all the animals in the world! Party Hats On!
Mimi Berlin Blogger Team went to the premiere of the Dutch fashion documentary ‘Puck en Hans – Made in Holland’ at the Stadsschouwburg Utrecht during the Dutch Film Festival of 2019. The film is about fashion-duo Puck Kroon and Hans Kemmink and it is directed by Peter Wingender.
Wingender followed these Dutch fashion-icons for a year during the preparatons of their retrospective exhibition in the Amsterdam Museum in 2017. The couple started their first boutique in 1969 and the film takes us from that year all the way through to the 1990s. Alongside lovely archive material and interviews with, next to Puck en Hans, Viktor and Rolf and Frans Ankoné (to name a few) we get to know about some important Dutch fashion-history, in a fun and realistic way.
From the 3rd of October the documentary can be seen in a theatre near you. Don’t worry; the film is subtitled in English. In the fall of 2019 the documentary will be on TV in ‘Close Up’ by co-producers AVROTROS.
New! Fish figurines by Mimi Berlin. Toys for Girls from the Bagatelle series. Below we present: “Used Fish” and ‘Fish Lamp 3’! These fish figurines, well actually they are whales, are based on our classic Fish Lamp in black. The ‘Used fish’ and the ‘Fish lamp 3’ are assembled with hard-plastic (second hand found, early plastics, tupperware, rubber and a led-light.) The tails are made of pressed glass. Both figurines are unique and signed pieces.
At first glance the ‘Important Bagatelles de Mimi Berlin‘ seem like unpretentious objects, fast compositions and even trifle maybe. That’s all true; the statuettes are light in style and come with a very mellow character, they are bagatelles. Why are they ‘Important Bagatelles’ we hear you ask. Well: the important part lies in the fact that the sculptures are carefully made as a source of stimulation. First the stimulation of the basic human senses. Then you are supposed to glide into a state of body awareness which is, ideally, lust.
‘Toys for Girls’ is dedicated to Mother Nature; no natural materials whatsoever are used. We try to clean-up the globe by using discarded plastic and glass. And we like to keep things positive in the age of the ‘plastic soup’. So, we celebrate the inventions of early-plastics like bakelite and celluloid, Also by finding the beauty in perspex, rubber, and other non-biodegradable plastics. But only in so-called “feminine” pastel colors. Remember, this series of statuettes is dedicated to Mother Nature, not Father Nature.
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A new diptych is added to Mimi Berlin’s image library for you to enjoy! This pair is called Door hinges in Green.
Dyptich Image Library
On the left MB000017 Green Door hinge. This image is a detail of ‘Home away from Home’ a sculpture by Do Ho Suh (photographed in 2019 at Museum Voorlinden) On the right; MB000018 Green Door hinge 2. This image is photographed at an old Marine building from 1915 in Amsterdam.
MB Stock Images
MB Stock Images is Mimi Berlin’s image library, photography also by Ms Berlin. Added and unique value to this library is that you buy in pairs, always and only. In other words: it’s a diptych image library.
Have a look, maybe you need this imagery, and maybe you don’t. Either
way, don’t say we didn’t offer. If you are interested please leave a
reply and we’ll get in touch. Have a nice day! xoxo Mimi Berlin
De Red-Hot Cowgirl draagt een perfecte outfit voor de Zomer van 2019 volgens Mimi Berlin. Relaxed mèt glamour: op workwear geinspireerd en uitgevoerd in high-tech materialen. Het alledaagse her-ontworpen in superzacht leer met high-end afwerkingen. Dit alles overgoten met een care-free jaren tachtig saus van draagbaarhed, glans, prints, kleur en plezier.
(tekst,trend-styling/beeld: Mimi Berlin voor WOTH Magazine nummer 14/ Nieuws Mode Shopping. Bovenstaand origineel artwork)