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Buckle by Marina Hoermanseder

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One week before the start of her show, we visit the designer Marina Hoermanseder in Berlin and take you back with us behind the scenes. It is early afternoon, the sun is burning for the first time this year and the small studio in Kreuzberg is filled with light.

Despite the heat the atmosphere is quite busy: drawing, sewing, carrying textiles around, work on leather pieces - Berlin Fashion Week does not wait for anyone and everything has to be finished.There are numerous extraordinary objects in the room: Key-pieces from old collections like corsets, supporting apparatuses and lots of leather buckles are in every corner.

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No surprise, the 28-year-old, who finished her studies at Esmod Fashion School in 2013, owes her success to her very special design style. She got accepted at Central Saint Martin in London and did a for month internship at Alexander McQueen. There, she discovered her love for corsets an began digging in history. Old orthopeadic books inspire her mind blowing collections.

Today, leather, buckels and fetish elements form her unique style. In combination with feminine pieces like pencil skirts and soft materials like mohair or silk, they made the designer famous instantly, with stars like Lady Gaga wearing her designs.

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In the office there is first evidence of her development of jewelry: A big picture of the rosegold piece, that Marina did for the Nike Women’s Run in Berlin. This design inspired her to do her first 3d printed jewelry collection this season at Berlin Fashion week.

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Buckle collection

Searching for traditional handicraft businesses, Marina Hoermanseder got the inspiration for her spring/summer 2016 collection in elaborate traditional costumes from the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. This inspiration fuses with the sculptural usage of leather belts and buckles. These elements form the foundation for the Buckle collection. Straps and buckels, made out of rose gold instead of leather, got interpreted as choker necklace and bracelet.

“With this collection I had the chance, to reinvent one of my favorite design elements as jewelry - thanks to 3d printing”, the designer says. The collection consists of brass plated in rose gold. Also, the designer launches a collection of charms, that show her favorite symbols: A peanut, that is inspired by Marina tattoo or the foot of her dog.

The complete collection is available since the beginning of Marina Hoermanseders show on stilnest.com.

Saturday, July 4, 2015
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