Fuorisalone 2014: Danish Design

Fuorisalone 2014: Danish Design. Three women designers stood out for Mimi Berlin at the Danish pavilion at Lambrate. Nikoline Liv Anderson with her fashionable heads made of papier-maché, yarn, stout fabric glass and acrylic. Marianne Nielsen with her Flower Arrangement in glazedstoneware. Anne Fabricius Møller with her “Street Print”. Inspired by English etchings from the 1600s she made a ten meters long cotton cloth and printed it, with a reactive textile dye, with objects she found on the streets.

SEE MORE ON MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2014 HERE ON MIMI BERLIN’S BLOG

Boombox

Our dear friend Mrs H. told us that large gadgets are going to be IN. For yous who don’t know what that will look like: This is a boombox (radio/casette player) from the eighties. Just like the clothes from that era the gadgets were humongous a s well. We don’t feel gadgets nowadays will be as huge as then. But our gadgets will keep getting bigger…boombox

Eve Arnold, USA. New York City. Subway. Guardian Angels. 1984. (via magnum photo’s)

We Heart Nanna

We Heart Nanna. Nanna is the daughter of a fashion-friend of ours. We have been photographing Nanna for the past 3 years at various fashion events.

*July 2014; We still bump into Nanna on fashion events so we will keep updating this post

These pictures are a selection from our Party-Snaps