Another Day at the Office. Mimi Berlin’s Fashion Fest #9

‘Another day at the office’ Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest #9,

We would like to present our newest Fashion Fest photomontage ‘Another day at the office’. This is image number 9, we made the first Mimi Berlin’s Fashion Fest in january of 2013. See all the work made in between these dates on mimiberlinfashionfest.com

Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest #9, Another day at the office, 15-12-2019  ©MIMI BERLIN MMXIX

This tableau vivant is inspired by an eight hour office day. Made, in front of the reception, by Peter de Kok, Astro, Annelies van Hardeveld, Tjebbe Beekman, Jan Willen Kaldenbach, Amber Jansen, Illya Beekman, Machteld Schouten, Mario Hooglander, Bastiaan Thijssen, Anneke Mulder, Sid Stuiver, Geraldine MacDonald, Elle Verhagen, Beest, Taco Stuiver, Marie-Claire Toebosch, Baukje Bies, Petra Kamphuis, Wendelien Daan, Riëtte Wanders, Bernhard Jongstra, Berber de Jong, Frankie Dennis and Gala Daan. Stagaire: Jolene Adelaar

Mimi Berlin’s Fashion Fest is an ongoing project by Mimi Berlin

Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest #9, Another day at the office, 15-12-2019 is a self-portrait/photo-montage made by ©MIMI BERLIN MMXIX

Panasonic’s Office Headgear Inspired By Horses Blinkers

Office Headgear

OMG the human workforce will be able to buy ‘wearable blinkers’ in the near future. This headgear is good for not having distraction in busy places while working. The idea for the headband is similar to the devices worn by horses in the city, The human blinkers are still in the prototype phase, so they may never come true, but we, at Mimi Berlin, feel that even thinking up such an ‘animal-farm’ kind of product is unbelievable! They must have big fun at the Panasonic design offices……..

Horses blinkers headgear
(image via google)

to read all about the office blinkers click link to dezeen.com below

Panasonic’s human blinkers help people concentrate in open-plan offices

The Lazy Modernist is a Chair

The Lazy Modernist is a Chair

The Lazy Modernist is an easy chair made with mobile elements, designed/made by Atelier Van Lieshout and Lensvelt: so it is Dutch Design, and like most designs from The Netherlands it’s fun! Mind you this is contract furniture: made for the office.the lazy modernist

Click to see more info or buy the lazy modernist at Lensvelt HERE

See another Lazy Chair being busy! HERE at Mimi Berlin’s Blog Continue reading

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

Won Kim Enclosed: Living Small

Won Kim Enclosed: Living Small

Photographer Won Kim shot these portraits of the guests staying (short stay visitors and permanent residents) at a D.I.Y. hotel (No, it’s not a “theme hotel” it just looks like it’s made by a non-builder) in Arakawa-ku, a county in northeastern Tokyo.
The unnamed hotel is situated in an office building, taking up one floor. (it looks more like half a floor, as in the movie Being John Malkovich; or maybe the cubicles are stacked?)
We tried to book this “hotel” but couldn’t find it on the web. Never mind, we obviously don’t wanna sleep there anyways, would you?
Won Kim DID sleep there and went back, in 2014, to take these portraits for his project Enclosed: Living Small read all about that here and here. Make sure you do, it’s interesting.

(images Won Kim©)