Marie, you design T-shirts for a very specific reason and demographic. Tell us about that.
Conditio Humana 2.0
Selfhood, change and metastability
A Letter to Anselm Kiefer
Unemployed and illegal
I meet Paulina Schulz (the real name of Berlin stalwart DJ Gigola) at the unusually empty Schwarzes Cafe in Charlottenburg, close to her workplace. We greet by shaking hands and then she sits right next to me at the table.
The gifted moment
Monday begins very early. So far the heat hasn’t crept into the city center. I take the elevator and stand alone in the Weekend Club, a rooftop bar at Berlin’s Alexanderplatz. There’s a wind blowing up here, and amid all the packaged and assorted things I find myself feeling quite comfortable. This is where we’ll be photographing and interviewing model and influencer Stefanie Giesinger, who in April launched her sustainable fashion label, Nu-In, with partner and social media icon Marcus Butler. As she stands before me and we begin, a beautiful day unfolds.
Keeping the Door Ajar for That Which Feels Uncomfortable