29 Apr 2007

Sunday Market...Brick Lane...London

Wrapping Berlin…

Six Questions™ with Fiona Bennett

Fiona Bennett, Milliner from The Style Scout on Vimeo.

Interviews with other stylish Berliners…

Sumi Ha, owner of Best shop.

The Style Scout in Berlin from The Style Scout on Vimeo.

Florian and Amsel from Style Server.

Mahret, of F&Art , photo above courtesy of www.stilinberlin.blogspot.com

A special thanks to Bloggebrity, Mahret for travelling all the way from Heidelberg to attend the opening…

27 Apr 2007

Bloggers in London…

We were on location filming an edition of Six Questions with Eurobrat, La Femme when fellow Blogger Emi, the author of Letters to Marc Jacobs passed by on her way to a meeting… What a coincidence! photo above…

24 Apr 2007

Different parts of town…London

Opening Night, last Friday…Berlin

Photos taken by Stil In Berlin
Thanks and thank goodness Mary & Ben of Stil In Berlin had the presence of mind to bring their camera to our joint gallery opening last Friday evening at the Create-Berlin gallery.

Also a big thank you to Natasha Binar of Nomad Agency the Art and Fashion Company, who conceived of, designed and was the curator of the exhibition and the event. And thanks to Diana Kaufman and all the members of the board of Create-Berlin for being so generous and helpful in supporting our project. Also a thank you to The Bauhaus-Archiv, Berlin for lending us their beautiful frames to display our artwork.

To us the opening seemed to be a great success and we hope all the visitors had the same experience. Attendees started arriving at 7 pm to view the work and continued to stream in until midnight…It was great seeing the invitation to the gallery opening all over Berlin…

23 Apr 2007

Back in London...

Although this looks as if it could be in Berlin…we are back in London at Spitalfields Market...

16 Apr 2007


After photographing this subject we learned that she is Iekeliene Stange

"I like crazy, colorful clothes," says Iekeliene (pronounced Ee-kel-een-ah) Stange, who counts Tokyo's Harajuku girls as a major style influence. —EVONNE GAMBRELL, Teen Vogue