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Designer Shai Shalom, photo: Cosima Scholz for styleranking

Berlin Fashion Week Summer 2015 – Day 4

Photo: Cosima Scholz for styleranking

Designer Shai Shalom has shown his latest collection for Spring / Summer 2016 at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.

Shai Shalom

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All photos: Cosima Scholz for styleranking.de

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Anja Gockel, photo: Cosima Scholz for styleranking

Berlin Fashion Week Summer 2015 -Day 2

Photo: Anja Gockel by Cosima Scholz for styleranking

Photos from the runways of the www.fashion-week-berlin.com

Anja Gockel 1

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All photos: Cosima Scholz for styleranking.de

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Vektor, Berlin Fashion Week Summer 2015, photo: Cosima Scholz for styleranking.de

Berlin Fashion Week Summer 2015 -Day 1

Vektor, Berlin Fashion Week Summer 2015, photo: Cosima Scholz for styleranking.de

Photos from the first day at the Vektor, Berlin Fashion Week Summer 2015

Lena Hoschek 1

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All photos: Cosima Scholz for styleranking.de

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The Week in Germany: Surviving the Autobahn, Eurovision, and Berlin

Berlin in spring. Photo copyright Nicolette Stewart

Berlin in spring. Photo copyright Nicolette Stewart

Eurovision is coming

On May 23 the contest for best song in Europe (I guess this is what it is about? Frankly, I can’t stand to watch it) begins. If you want to know what this yearly tradition is all about, here is a Eurovision primer.

How to survive on the Autobahn

“Surviving the German Autobahn. The whole world knows it, you know it, I know it: if you’re not speeding like a mad-man on the German Autobahn you shouldn’t even be there in the first place. But other than testing your Porsche, BMW or Benz, there are a few facts that you need to know before going on the highways to hell.” Read more on Caroline and Mathew.

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One Year in Berlin: Returning to the United States

by Patrick Molligo

Photo courtesy Patrick Molligo

Photo courtesy Patrick Molligo

After an 11-month adventure in Berlin I’ve arrived safely in the United States. I’m trying my best to readjust to the American culture but part of my mind is still stuck back in Germany. I could probably write an entire book about my experiences abroad, and one day I just might, but for now I’ll have to keeps things short. On Tuesday morning four of my closest friends in Berlin were kind enough to accompany me to Tegel Airport and bid me farewell before my flight. The night before had been full of laughs and stories in our favorite brewery, where I enjoyed my final sip of fresh German pilsner for the year. The morning after had a slightly different tone though. I was thrilled to have my friends by my side until the very end but there was a bittersweet feeling to everything.

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