Art / Design, Travel

Bread Butter Berlin

The rest of the show was incredible. Checkland Kindleysides had designed 4 stands this year so we were extremely busy, especially as the furthest 2 stands were about 1.5km apart! Walking the show was exhausting and since we have been many times before, not as inspiring as it used to be. Having said that we did see some unbelievable things, the floating shoes in Puma were easily the most exciting but sadly the video I took of those is pretty poor quality.

We caught a number of other nice stands though and met many interesting people. The 45rpm stand was predictably beautiful and simple. The 3×1 stand showed craft but in a really premium gallery-like way, which was cool. The fashion show was a little weird but behind the strangeness, there were some lovely pieces, I think all my favourites were from Denham.

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