Samstag, 30. April 2016



The new Western Concourse at King’s Cross

Hello sweethearts! It’s really great to be back here with you on a lazy Saturday afternoon with the sun shining so beautifully from the spring sky. It was the first time in months that I had so much to do and was unable to find a moment of silence and creativity to post.

Apart from exams, seminars and school we celebrated the birthday of my boyfriend on Wednesday and between school, seminars and guided tours in Seligenstadt, I was busy making birthday preparations.


We only had the early morning and the evening, so everything had to be organized perfectly. So I got up at six o’clock in the morning, decorated the living-room and prepared the table for breakfast. As we have already offered each other a spinning bike for our birthdays, I only had to look for a small present which is not the easiest thing with guys…But I found it…


I ordered 12 bottles of the finest craft beer and arranged them in the middle of the table. I know, beer at 6 o’clock in the morning…But I can tell you, the guy was really happy. Of course, he started tasting the first bottle in the next evening… For this evening I had made dinner reservations in our favourite restaurant in Seligenstadt that has one of the most romantic terraces with a wonderful view of the adjacent golf course…

But after all those birthday musings it’s time to take a glimpse at fashion…

"Mode ist Architektur: Es ist eine Frage der Proportionen.":

Inspired by Coco Chanel’s statement above and my deepest admirations for all those great  fashion designers ,I have really started seeing fashion with different eyes. For weeks, I have been following the works of the amazing designers at The Fashion Design Institute Germany and with their awesome creations they have inspired me to create a lookbook…A lookbook that shows fashion as a wonderful art and in its close relation to architecture and proportions…So lay back and enjoy my very personal lookbook FASHION IS ARCHITECTURE…

A staircase at Bauhaus School of Art and Design, Dessau. / Google:

1965, Yves Saint Laurent.:
Unknown architectural masterpiece in the manner of De Stijl. Like stepping into a painting by the hand of Piet Mondrian. Architect unknown, possibly early 1950s in the Netherlands.:
‘Trace’ Fashion Collection // Ida Klamborn |
alorswhatnow: fiore-rosso: Stefan Giers. Landmark in the Lusatian Lakeland. (via TumbleOn)
Ph: Koen Vernimmen.:
schwebende Treppen:
Pattern: Tessellation.  Respectfully: I just NEED the matching silk or woolen scar for this ..follow me?:
Bahnhof für Hochgeschwindigkeitszüge Reggio Emilia AV Mediopadana von Santiago Calatrava:
So in love with this architectural white wedding dress from the J.Mendel Spring 2015 bridal collection!:
This picture is an example of pattern the building has a regular repetition of shapes that keeps on going and going.:
It's all about architectural designs, today on
Amazing use of texture and light! SND Fashion Store / 3GATTI #architecture #interiors #design:
Stoll Trend Collection S/S 2013, Architectural Knits. via Knitting Industry:
Metropol Parasol, Sevilla | Spain (by Rafael Asquith):
Ralph Lauren details fall 2012:
Train station Oriente, Lisbon, Portugal:
#amazing #style:
Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin Photo by socialBedia:
Andrew Lloyd Webber should write a musical about the world of haute couture, with a songs on high heels: "Stumbleshanks" and millinery: "Impractical Hats"!:
Form A total three-dimensional whole such as an object, geometric solid, product, sculpture or architectural structure.:
Wearable Sculpture - black dress form with rigid architectural structure; fashion meets art // Pam Hogg SS13:
Guys, I hope you liked my collection of FASHION IS ARCHITECTURE photos… I hope to be back here with you soon. Thank you for having stopped by. I am looking forward to you coming back.
Do not forget to enjoy some fashionable moments!


  1. My bf loves beer too :-) Amazing pictures <3

  2. Another great post! I love architectural fashion pieces. The image selection is great as usual!

  3. Hi Tina! I really loved your lookbook. Fashion is indeed art!

  4. Thank you so much! That is really nice...Have a wonderful weekend!

  5. Thank you so much! That is really nice...Have a wonderful weekend!