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BERLIN FASHION WEEK HIGHLIGHTS FOR EVERYONE: FASHION FAIRS, EXHIBITIONS, PANEL TALKS & MORE

BERLIN FASHION WEEK HIGHLIGHTS FOR EVERYONE: FASHION FAIRS, EXHIBITIONS, PANEL TALKS & MORE

It’s that time again! Berlin Fashion Week AW23 (16.01.-21.01.2023) is just around the corner, and a total of 18 fashion labels will be showcasing their designs all over the city. And in addition to runway shows by already-established names, such as BobkovaSF1OG, and Kilian Kerner, there will be an exciting mix of newcomers, veterans, and emerging talents. The focus of this fashion week is clearly on sustainability, the future, and diversity. The Berlin Metaverse, an online space, offers the opportunity to explore the styles of Fashion Week, along with NFT galleries, digital fashion, and much more. With daily new content and live streams of some shows, you can keep up to date even from home. Once again this year, 202030 – The Berlin Fashion Summit (Jan. 18 & 19, 2023) invites attendees to participate in various panels and presentations and to connect with like-minded people at a workshop the day after, for example. In addition to 202030, the 20th anniversary of the Premium Group will take place at Messe Berlin. It will include Premium‘s Trade Show for advanced Contemporary Fashion and Seek‘s stage, where brands and designers with a focus on sustainability come together. Be sure to catch the highlights of Berlin Fashion Week, the Berlin Salon, which since 2015 has spotlighted an exclusive selection of innovative and inspiring talents from the German design and fashion industry. This year’s participants include the sustainable fashion label Avenir and the German-Japanese brand Susumu Ai.

Are you interested in the creative process of design? Then the event “Diverse it! – A Trialogue of Fashion” is right up your alley. Within the framework of Berlin Contemporary, five young up-and-coming talents will create and present fresh looks at Platte.Berlin (17.01.-21.01.) in collaboration with five other designers. But it’s not only the official Fashion Week events that are worth popping by. Catch cool pop-ups like the one by Wardrobe Affair (16.-21.01.) on Ku’damm, where you can put together your dream outfit for Fashion Week – and rent it, too. You can find the official calendar and all other details here. More information will also be available on our social media channels on Instagram and TikTok during Fashion Week. Get ready to put your best foot forward!

Text: Luna Schaffron / Photos: Arne 235, Ben Mönks & Odeeh

Berlin Fashion Week

@berlinfashionwe

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LITERARY REVIEWS & CLAIRVOYANCE  WITH WOW: THE NEW YEAR’S CASINO — RECOMMENDED BY GLORIA REMÉNYI

LITERARY REVIEWS & CLAIRVOYANCE  WITH WOW: THE NEW YEAR’S CASINO — RECOMMENDED BY GLORIA REMÉNYI

A new calendar year also marks a new year in literature. For many culture enthusiasts, this is a time for looking back and looking forward: What were the literary highlights of 2022? What highlights await us in 2023? If you’re still floating between the two years, you shouldn’t miss “The New Year’s Casino with Inokai & Sielmann” at the Literarisches Colloquium Berlin. Next Tuesday (Jan. 17, 2023), author Yael Inokai and cultural journalist Lara Sielmann invite you to a unique evening in which they will dive once again into the flood of titles from the past year and speculate on what the new literary year will bring. The curators have combed through the publishers’ previews and are ready to put their clairvoyant literary intuition to the test. They also promise nothing less than to revive the spirits of late LCB authors.

The eclectic event takes place within the framework of the “Stoffe” series of events. Inokai and Sielmann have recruited numerous protagonists from the literary scene who will transform the Gründerzeit Villa on Wannsee into a veritable kaleidoscope of voices, themes, and perspectives. Slata Roschal will immerse the audience once again in her debut novel “153 Forms of Non-Being,” nominated for the German Book Prize in 2022. Author Raphaëlle Red, literary critic Miriam Zeh, and poet Felix Schiller debate what constitutes “good literature”. The anthology “Gedichte aus Guantánamo” (Poems from Guantánamo) is the focus of a discussion between editor Sebastian Köthe and translator Sandra Hetzl, while authors Biba Nass and Caca Savic devote themselves entirely to prophecies: What will the new literary year come to bring?

Gloria Reményi is a freelance journalist who covers cultural and social topics for German and Italian media. She loves languages, small cinemas, and “commuting” between her adopted home of Berlin and her place of origin in northern Italy.

Text: Gloria Reményi / Photos: Annika Fußwinkel, Raphaëlle Red & Ladina Bischof

Literarisches Colloquium Berlin, Am Sandwerder 5, 14109 Berlin–Wansee; map
WOW: Das Neujahrs-Casino mit Inokai & Sielmann 17.01.2023 19h. You can get tickets online and at the box office.

@lcb.berlin

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FESTIVE BAKES AND GIFT IDEAS — CHRISTMAS MARKET AT BONANZA COFFEE ROASTERS

FESTIVE BAKES AND GIFT IDEAS — CHRISTMAS MARKET AT BONANZA COFFEE ROASTERS

Looking for that special last minute gift or want to spend a cozy fourth Advent with friends before the whirlwind of the holidays begins? If so, Sunday’s Christmas market in the backyard of Kreuzberg coffee roaster Bonanza should be just the thing for you (18.12.2022 12-20h). Berlin food favorites including RemiOttoOra, and Sips are joining forces for a hearty and indulgent get-together. In addition to treats like Lángos (flatbread), Poffertjes (pancakes), Käsekrainer (sausage), mince pies and hot cider, you’ll also find fragrant gift ideas from Basium, 3D-printed ceramic art from Migration of Matter and enchanting floral creations from Holla Botanics. In other words: everything you need to drink, snack, shop and drop.

Text: Natascha Hamel / Photos: Luna Schaffron & Sips Berlin / Illustration: Elliot Beaumont

Christmas Market at Bonanza Coffee Roasters, Adalbertstr.70, 10999 Berlin–Kreuzberg; map
18.12.2022 12–20h

@bonanzacoffee

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ICE SKATING, CHRISTMAS TREES AND WARMING WINTER MARKETS — THREE FESTIVE GET-TOGETHERS

ICE SKATING, CHRISTMAS TREES AND WARMING WINTER MARKETS — THREE FESTIVE GET-TOGETHERS

Are you in the Christmas spirit yet? If you need some help, here are three festive get-togethers you definitely won’t want to miss. First up is Bite Club’s “Christmas Klimbim” with Club der Visionäre. With a fairytale cottage, Swiss fondue bar, live DJs, gingerbread decorating and a hearty winter BBQ, you’ll find everything your yuletide heart desires at this jolly gathering at Arena Berlin. Meanwhile, things are getting a little more romantic at Zenner’s Wintergarten (runs all December) with ice skating and warm, homemade Glühwein by the Spree. Finally, if you fancy cutting your own fir tree this year, or simply long for a cozy afternoon in front of a crackling fire, then head out to Gut & Bösel’s“Merry Madlitz” in Brandenburg for apple punch, mulled wine and roast wild boar from the Madlitz forest this Sunday (11.12.2023).

Text: Natascha Hamel / Photos: Luna Schaffron, Darya Sannikova & Gut & Bösel

Bite Club “Christmas Klimbim” at Arena, Eichenstr.4A, 12435 Berlin–Alt-Treptow; map
09–11.12.2022 16–0h

Zenner Wintergarten, Alt-Treptow 15, 12435 Berlin–Alt-Treptow; map
Until 30.12.2022 10–22h

Gut & Bösel “Merry Madlitz”, Schloßstr.32, 15518 Briesen (Mark); map
11.12.2022 11–16h

@biteclubberlin
@zenner.berlin
@gutundboesel

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MULLED WINE MEETS MULTIMEDIA ART — ÆLYSIUM WINTERMARKT AT THE OELGARTEN

MULLED WINE MEETS MULTIMEDIA ART — ÆLYSIUM WINTERMARKT AT THE OELGARTEN

Christmas market season is in full swing, meaning you’re probably no more than a few streets away from a mulled wine with rum and a bag of roasted chestnuts. So far so festive, but if you fancy something a bit different to the usual yule fare, the Ælysium Wintermarkt (until 31.12.2022) is definitely one for the weekend to-do list. Besides classic hearty snacks and hot grog, the market is hosting an outdoor exhibition of 3D works by renowned digital artists. It’s located at Oelgarten, the open-air part of Æve, a club space (formerly Chalet) that’s also showing 3D art as part of House of DiMotion. While you stroll round artisan stands and cozy up round the fire, you’ll be able to gaze at projections from artists and animators Nick denBoerAlexy PréfontaineGavin ShapiroSteven BaltayRuye and Marco Mori. The poppy, Instagram-friendly visuals will be accompanied by a music program that swaps standard Christmas music for a curated program of disco, house and jazz. Mulled wine and multimedia art: a Christmas combo we didn’t know we needed but are well and truly here for.

Text: Benji Haughton / Photos: House of DiMotion

Ælysium Wintermarkt at Oelgarten, Schleusenufer 1, 10997 Berlin–Kreuzberg; map
Fri–Sun 16–0h until 31.12.2022

@peqasgallery

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