Framed Brooches Mimi Berlin Bijoux 2022 frame or wear the brooch it’s your your choice!
The Framed Brooches by Mimi Berlin Bijouxare artworks made with carefully selected and matched pages of vintage Vogue magazines and vintage (costume) jewelry.
Frame or wear these brooches: it’s your choice!
In order to keep the past of fashion in general alive, to preserve it and comment on it we, Mimi Berlin and Friperie Jansen, decided to partner up. Friperie Jansen is a seller of second hand fashion and the owner of an extensive collection of vintage (costume) jewelry, amongst many other collections.
We created little time capsules, or 3D collages, by combining our vintage treasures (jewelry and photo’s) in a storytelling way. The photo’s are laminated with a coating in 250micron with matte finish. Almost invisible, small punched holes keep the brooches in place.
Tip from Mimi Berlin: send one to a friend, they will love this thoughtful gift!
Goodmorning Y’all. We, at Mimi Berlin, are explaining how to spot a fashion-trend today. To make it easy and basic we want to start out with a trend from the past. We do this because it can be verified; obviously this trend is an existing one from the 1980s: Red Lipstick. So we can indeed verify and prove that red lipstick trend in this post.
Way back in 2010 we, at Mimi Berlin, had a little business selling our collection of Vintage Fashion Magazines from the attic. We also had a copy of a Vogue UK, the September issue of 1967 with Dutch, then, model Willy van Rooy on the cover (500 grams/â‚¬65,–) Somehow we found out that Ms van Rooy didn’t own a copy of this particular issue and so we sended her ours. We did ask if she could make a picture for us, (see that one above) that she did. We also could pick out some of her jewelry, which Willy van Rooy designs herself and sells in her Etsy store.
Now that’s what we call a good, fashionable MimiMagazines swap!
What a stunning editorial in the Vogue Paris December 2014 issue! Models Elizabeth Erm and Magdalena Frackowiak are displayed as Barbies in a box, photography by Giampaolo Sgura styled by Claire Dhelens & Celia Azoulay. (via wilhelminanews)