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Anniversary: 1 Year Anniversary “Herr von Eden Studio”

Bent Angelo Jensen, HERR VON EDEN

Chilly Gonzales in HERR VON EDEN

Vergangene Woche hat der Hamburger Herrenschneider HERR VON EDEN (HvE) das einjährige Bestehen seines Ateliers gefeiert. In ebendiesem Atelier können sich gewillte Dandies die HvE-Anzüge passgenau auf den neoliberal konditionierten Körper schneidern lassen.

Um Erfolg und Geburtstag der Maßschneiderei zu feiern, lud HvE-Chef Bent Angelo Jensen in den großen Atelier-Raum am Großneumarkt, schenkte ordentlich Drinks aus, trank selber den ein oder anderen und ließ den Pianisten Chilly Gonzales auftreten. Der rappte und spielte Klavier, erklärte den Unterschied zwischen Dur und Moll, improvisierte, herrschte laute Zuhörer an, stampfte auf den Bühnenboden und feuerte am Ende seines Sets das vierköpfige Streicher-Quartett. Es war also: ganz große Klasse!

Wir wünschen dem HvE-Atelier weiterhin alles Gute und freuen uns schon jetzt, wie das nun mal in unserer Event-geilen Zeit so ist, auf den nächsten Geburtstag.

Mehr Fotos vom Geburtstagskonzert gibt’s übrigens auf der Facebook-Seite von HERR VON EDEN.

Unpassend sportlich gekleideter Dandy Diary-Jakob

Blonder Gast mit interessantem Gürtel

Yves Hanke, BOYS BOYS BOYS

Bent Angelo Jensen und eine Freundin

Tim Neugebauer in Junya Watanabe Comme des Garcons Men

Rauchende und saufende Gäste

Cellist in HERR VON EDEN

Fotos: girlsonshoulders.com

 

Von: Jakob

NEWS

 

Vivienne Westwood: ‘YES’ for the Split-Off of Scotland

Today the people of Scotland are deciding in a referendum, if they want to be independent, or want to continue being a part of the British kingdom. Ex-corner-and-free-kick-specialist and fashion icon David Beckham has militated against the split-off of Scotland in an open later.

‘Becks’ says, watch out, get your tissues, because now it is getting emotional: that Scotland and England have more in common, then what separates them.VIVIENNE WESTWOOD apparently has a different opinion:

Westwood sent her models on the catwalk, at her Red Label SS 2015 show during London fashion week, with blue ‘YES’ buttons, which were pinned on hats and revers.

Westwood, who’s always used her fashion shows as a platform for political messages, also put notes on the chairs of the guests before the show, which had the following statement on them:

‘I am so excited. I hope that the Scots will win. It could be the turning point towards a better world. They could lead by example.’ Backstage, after the show, her words in-favour of the split-off of Scotland, were even clearer: ‘I hate England … I like Scotland because somehow I think they are better than we are. They are more democratic.’

The fashion by Vivienne Westwood – doesn’t matter in which line – has crossed its zenith. When Vivienne’s pieces become fashion (again), then it’s mostly old ideas, like the ‘Mountain Hat’, which are becoming successful again.

But – if you are not considering her fashion – it is fascinating with what kind of radicalness Westwood is combining fashion in politics, although her high age (73 years). She knows how to use fashion as a platform for her opinion, as well as hardly anyone else in the fashion business.

Von: Julian

 

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