On January 21, 2016, during the next Berlin Fashion Week, the NO WÓDKA Concept Store is launching the first joint exhibition of the Polish artist Beata Wilczek and the Polish photographer Łukasz Wierzbowski. In the two young artists' project, 'I wanna fold you', it's all about pleats, body movements and speed. The photo series, that was created for a lead article on fashion, is dedicated to the theme of value and transparency in fashion.
Issey Miyake meets trash
Famous, classy items of clothing from the Issey Miyakes "Pleats Please" collection were photographed in the cheap and colourful, Spartan ambience of the Dong Xuan Center, Berlin's largest Vietnamese market – a contrast that would be hard to beat. And then a change of scene: clothing from Primark was photographed at the Berlin Bikini, which is being promoted as the “first concept mall in the world, a collection of carefully curated and coordinated boutiques, concept and flagship stores, as well as catering and service providers”.
Elegant brands in unusual settings
The photographers placed the brand clothing items in very new and different settings, questioning both the world of imagery and the strategies of the fashion scene. They also offer a glimpse at the architecture of two unusual Berlin shopping centres, where fashion is on offer and being sold.
Further information at: NO WÓDKA