Whom do I know, who wears what trend and what designer look? Truth be told, my favourite guessing game is “who has been offered what designer piece?”
When it comes to social networking, we always seem to care more about our own tribe. Who has what relationship status? Who’s friends with who? Today “online stalking”, or the trend of gathering too much information about people via Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat, has become an indispensable part of our reality. After a couple of wine glasses, scrolling and giggling, we’re not even sure how we have ended up there. “Are you doing instagram forensics again?” my friend always jokes while I go on about theories of association between the state of mind of an online profile, the person’s relationship status and their choice of hashtag or image. There is something very human about looking into someone’s life through the digital (or print) keyhole and though it’s rather simple to do these days, it’s not a new phenomenon really. The “events and celebrity” pages of newspapers and magazines have always been among the most popular. We seem to be perpetually curious about who makes it on the page among those celebrities. Is there anyone I know? Am I in there? I am always happy to discover German colleagues in the photos, regardless whether I know them personally or not. Here’s a selection of my latest findings:
Véronique Tristram (Glamour’s editor-in-chief) is actually French, but I include her in the Germans since she works for a German magazine. Je ne regrette rien!
Marc Goehring (fashion editor, 032c) is unfortunately only partially visible here. But his extreme styling choices make him hard to miss.
The charming sister duo Sylvia and Julia Haghjoo
Caro Daur, German influencer of the hour.
One more time the Haghjoo sisters, Julia and Sylvia (right).
Born New Yorker Jan Quammie (fashion director, InStyle) often chooses young up-and-coming designers. For instance here in Ashley Rowe.
Caro Daur with a Gucci bag
Jan Quammie wears a coat by Jil Sander, a bag by Mark Cross and shoes by Bally
Roberta Benteler in a coat by Acne Studios and a cape by Vetements
Northern lights stick together: Christiane Arp (editor-in-chief, Vogue Germany) and Inga Griese (editor-in-chief, Icon)
Veronika Heilbrunner (hey-woman.com) in a Gucci coat
Natalie Manchot (fashion director, Madame)
Marie von Behrens
Sylvia Haghjoo wears a pair of trousers by Dorothee Schumacher, bag by Balenciaga, coat by Haider Ackermann, shirt by Vetements and sunnies by Céline
Influencer Nina Suess in Fendi
Leonie Hanne (OhhCouture)
Veronika Heilbrunner (hey-woman.com) in a red sheepskin coat by Acne. The bag is by Fendi and the shoes by Eytys.
Kerstin Weng (editor-in-chief, InStyle) wears a jacket by Delpozo
Samira Fricke ( Fashion Director, SZ Magazin)
Jan Quammie wears Gucci loafers, trousers by Kappa, a top by Jil Sander and bag by Fendi
Claudia “Cloudy” Zackrocki (Refinery29) und Lisa Banholzer (Blogger Bazaar)
Aminata Belli, Fashion Assistant Grazia & YouTuberin
Samira Fricke (SZ Magazine) and Dennis Braatz (fashion features editor, Süddeutsche Zeitung). He wears a strict critic look and Gucci.
Caro Daur in Jil Sander
Roberta Benteler in a Céline top
Caro Daur: trousers by Dior, bag by Louis Vuitton and hoodie by Balenciaga
Roberta Benteler (Avenue32.com founder) as Online Boutique owner sits at the source of merchandize. She carries a bag by Simon Miller, trousers by Beaufille and a blazer by Balenciaga.
Julia’s outfit one more time in detail. Pullover: Gucci, bag: Balenciaga. Note the masterfully exposed leg!
Lena Lademann, member of the Blogger Bazaar trio until recently, is currently running her one-woman-show at lenalademann.com.
translation by: Maria Delta
Tags: Roberta Benteler, Streetstyle, Veronika Heilbrunner
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