Mimi Beijing

Mimi Beijing (Fashion-Fest on the road) by Mimi Berlin, a Fashion-Fest made in Beijing China, 9/29/2013. This group portrait was made during Mimi Berlin’s first trip ever to Beijing for SALON/BJ. Inspired by this new temporary surrounding; the Dashilar Area (historic center of Beijing), Mimi Beijing came to live at The Far East Hotel Lobby.

All the portrayed are friends and colleagues of Mimi Berlin, they are also students from CAFA, from left to right: (standing) Richie, Greg, Rebecca, Tom, (sitting): Viola, June, Ray, Rex, Paris.

Dear boys and girls; Danke Schön for inspiring us! Extra thanks to SALON/BJ participants: Conny Groenewegen for the Fashion Vibes and the black&white knitted tops. Sander Wassink for Viola’s shoes. youasme-measyou for the grey scarf. Klaas Kuiken and Dieter Volkers for the dipped lantern. Martin Butler for the wearable statement. Jan Rothuizen for the Heart-I-N-Y t-shirt. (Chris Kabel, Manon Schaap and Gijs Stork, thanks for lending your clothes to us) Thanks to Martijn den Boer for coming up with the title Mimi Beijing. Last thank you to SALON/BJ from the bottom of our hearts for making Mimi Beijing possible.

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Fashion Fest #1

Mimi Berlin’s Fashion Fest #1
From left to right: Mimi Berlin.
VUFU&FE/ (von uns für uns & für euch)
Die gesamte Mimi Berlin. Fashion Fest/January 2013. Paraphrasing Halston and models, 1972, by Duane Michals.

Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest #1 is a photo-montage by Mimi Berlin. All the portrayed Mimi Berlin are Style Engineers in art, food, dance and/or fashion.
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We really would like to thank the following people very much for their generousity, kindness, time and knowledge: Frisuren Taco Stuiver for 1027 @ House of Orange, Martino Bidotti, Gümmischtuck, JW Kaldenbach, Riëtte Wanders, Amber Jansen, Petra Kamphuis, Machteld Schouten, Annelies van Hardeveld, Louise Pot, Wendelien Daan, Gala Daan and Baukje Bies.