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The biggest inspiration for me are always the surfaces of different materials and how they change due to weather, exhaust and depreciation and the intervention of mankind” says German fashion designer Clara Kaesdorf. Although still at an early stage, she already showed her work at Berlin fashion week.
When I grew up I always thought that Berlin was a huge city, far far away, dark and grey as all the pictures you see in books about the history of Germany. I can remember when I first came to Berlin, I was really impressed by the opposite: wide streets full of trees and green, the big unbuilt land you see everywhere and the huge graffitis and street art projects covering unrenovated buildings. It really corresponds with my opinion of how a city should look like to feel free to do what you want without any frontiers.
So I decided to study fashion design in that inspiring city. A good choice. I still can’t stop turning my head around and around to see every detail! And the city is changing so fast that you never get bored about what you see, even if you come across the same place many times!