Visiting the Fashion Week Berlin has been on my wishlist for a very long time. Now my dream came true and I headed straight to Germany’s capital. In this blog post I want to tell you my hightlights, what I discovered, and who I met.

Fashion Week Berlin Day 1 – Arrival and Dinner

After a long and exhausting journey from Munich to Berlin, I was happy that I didn’t had plans for the evening. After checking in in our hotel I had a delicous dinner and relaxed a little bit. I wore a super comfy day dress by Pussy Deluxe, which I already showed you here.

RetroCat in einem gestreiften Tageskleid von Pussy Deluxe

Asiatische Teetassen und moderne Dekoration

Fashion Week Berlin Day 2 – Shopping Trip and Sightseeing

The second day started with a shopping trip at Ku’damm. My outfit was from Grünten Mode, you will find more photos here. Afterwards I headed in the direction of Prenzlauer Berg, where I had lunch at a small Russian Restaurant called Gorki Park. Then I wanted to see more from Berlin and decided to do a sightseeing tour. After dinner I went to bed, because I wanted to be fit for the next day.

RetroCat auf der Fashion Week in Berlin

Der Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin

Ein Eis von Häagen-Dazs

Fashion Week Berlin Day 3 – Panorama, Vive Maria Event and Showroom

This was the day when Fashion Week started for me. In the morning, I visited the trade fair Panorama where I met the desinger of Blutsgeschwister, a German fashion label. I’m really looking forward to their beautiful new spring and summer collection.

RetroCat auf der Panorama Messe in Berlin

RetroCat bei Blutsgeschwister auf der Panorama Messe in Berlin

After that I headed back to Prenzlauer Berg again, where I attended this year’s Vive Maria event. After eating and drinking, I was able to have a look at their new collections and to talk to Vive Maria designer Simone Franze.

Das Blogger-Event von Vive Maria

RetroCat auf einem Fashion-Week-Event von Vive Maria

RetroCat mit Kleidern von Vive Maria

RetroCat mit Vive-Maria-Designerin Simone Franze

RetroCat im Showroom von Vive Maria

PS: The dress I wear in the pictures is also from Vive Maria. You will find more photos in this blog post.

Another highlight was the Mademoiselle Tambour showroom. I already showed you a dress from this label here, now I was happy enough to meet desinger Monika Tambour. The photos below provides you a little insight into the spring summer 2017 collection. I especially love the fresh colours and classy cuts. You can shop the current collection here.

RetroCat mit Monika Tambour

RetroCat in einem Retro-Outfit von Mademoiselle Tambour

Coincidentally Victoria from Vintagemä also visited the showroom. As you maybe already know from this blog post, I really enjoy reading her vintage blog. It was such a fun to talk to her and take photos.

RetroCat mit Monika Tambour und Vintagemädchen
Neben Monika Tambour habe ich nun auch endlich Victoria von Vintagemä persönlich kennengelernt.

We finished the day at the Monkey Bar in Berlin Charlottenburg. There you have an amazing view over the city and the cocktails are simply delicious. 😉

Leckere Cocktails in der Monkey Bar in Berlin

Fashion Week Berlin Day 4 – Journey Home

Since I’m not only blogger but also a student, I had to leave Berlin on Wednesday. In the end it was more a Fashion Day than Fashion Week for me. Nevertheless it was worth the effort and I really enjoyed my stay in Berlin.

RetroCat auf dem Kurfürstendamm in Berlin

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12 thoughts on “Vintage and Retro Fashion at Fashion Week Berlin 2016 – my Impressions

  1. How incredibly fun! I’ve never experienced a fashion week in person (though we’re slowly getting more here in Canada, such only happen in a small number of the very biggest cities). I can completely imagine though how awesomely fun and memorable such would be. It looks like you had a stellar time and met some really great, talented people. Yay! Thank you sweetly for taking us along on this exciting experience with you.

    Big hugs & joyful start of July wishes,
    ♥ Jessica

  2. Liebe Sandra,

    oh wie schön zu lesen, dass auch die Vintage-Mode vor Ort in Berlin war. Das finde ich irgendwie besonders spannend. Stichst Du doch so sehr und so positiv mit Deinem Look heraus!!

    Viele Grüße aus Hamburg,


    1. Vielen lieben Dank für deine zauberhaften Worte!
      Ich habe mich auch sehr gefreut, dass es doch so viel Vintage- und Retro-Mode auf der Fashion Week zu sehen gab.

      Liebe Grüße,
      Sandra <3

  3. Ach ja, Berlin und die Fashion Week. Ich hoffe neben der Vintage Mode hat dich auch Berlin so in den Bann gezogen, dass du wieder kommst 🙂
    Ich bin irgendwann einfach in Berlin geblieben und wenn du mal ein paar Vintage Shopping Tipps für Berlin brauchst, ich hab da so einige im Repertoire.
    Liebe Grüße

    1. Oh ja, Berlin ist eine wundervolle Stadt!
      Und obwohl ich München wirklich sehr mag, komme ich immer wieder gerne in die Hauptstadt. Sollte es mich mal wieder gen Norden verschlagen, melde ich mich bei Dir. 😉

      Liebe Grüße,

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