Celia Czerlinski S/S ’12 Studio
This was one of the shows I was looking forward to the most and I wasn’t disappointed.
The presentations were divided into Studio and Runway for the first time this year at the Berlin Fashion Week and Celia was the first to showcase her S/S ’12 Bag collection in the official studio.
Models were bondaged with leather belts (yeah that one chick is from Germany’s Next Topmodel: Nele if I recall her name correctly) and smiled (or stared model-esque) into the cameras.
The collection was pretty colorful, quite in contrast with the models dressed completely in nude overall-bodies, making the bags and belts in pop even more in color,
perfect for colorblocking.

Advantage of a Studio: Everyone gets to be ‘front row’ as you can move really close up to the models, there is no fixed seating. In fact you a free to run around the studio from place to place and get a good look from every angle you wish at the presentation.

Diasadvantage: If you don’t know how to use this way of presenting, to your advantage, it can easily get boring (like some were. Not mentioning names;) )
But Celia Czerlinski rocked it.

All pictures taken with a  Diana F+ CMYK from Lomography and you can read my articles in the Lomography Magazine here soon.


Celia Czerlinski S/S ’12 Studio

Diese Show war einer der Shows auf die ich mich am meisten gefreut habe.

Dieses Jahr wurden die Shows in Runway und Studio aufgeteilt und Celia war die erste, die ihre S/S ’12 Taschen Kollektion im offiziellen Studio präsentieren durfte.

Die Models waren mit Ledergürteln bondagiert (yeah die eine da ist von GNT: Nele wenn ich mich recht erinnere) und lächelten (oder starrten model-esque) in die Kameras.

Die Kollektion war sehr farbenfroh, ziemlich in Kontrast zu den Models, die komplett in nude farbenden Overall-Bodies gekleidet waren, was die Farbe der Taschen und Gürtel noch mehr poppen ließ,

perfekt fürs Colorblocking.

Vorteil eines Studios: Jeder ist “front row”, da man ganz nah an die Models schreiten kann, es gibt kein fixed seating i.e. keinen festen Sitzplan. Ehrlich gesagt, kann man im Studio frei rumrennen und sich die Presentation aus jedem Blickwinkel, wie man möchte, ansehen.

Nachteil: Wenn man nicht weiß, wie man diese Art der Presentation zu seinem Vorteil nutzen kann, kann die Show leicht langweilig werden (wie manche waren. Ich nenne keine Namen 😉 )

Aber Celia Czerlinski hat es gerockt.

Alle Bilder wurden mit einer  Diana F+ CMYK von Lomography gemacht und meine Artikel werden in Kürze auch im Lomography Magazin zu finden sein: hier.

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  1. July 18, 2011 / 10:03 pm

    when is the next berlin fashion week? we are thinking go there, seroiusly! 😀


  2. July 18, 2011 / 11:28 pm

    I have never been to a runway show. I didn't know that there were different ways of presenting to the show either! Thank you for sharing! I love the outfits you are wearing in your Lookbook badge by the way! I looked up the camera, and it is super cute! However, I do not like the quality of the pictures. It's probably because it was taken in the dark. Ugh, such a hassle to take a really good photo in the dark. Now that I think of it, it is actually really good quality compared to other cameras ha. Thank you for commenting on my blog! I greatly appreciate it!
    -The BF Mashup

    p.s. You have a lovely blog!

  3. July 19, 2011 / 12:33 pm

    It looks interesting … 🙂

  4. July 23, 2011 / 11:09 am

    Hahah I've never heard of a studio before. Sounds cool…in most of the cases.

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