Fashion Design Training and Institutions in Germany

Fashion illustrations; Copyright: Pforzheim University/fashion degree programme

It Always Starts With A Dream – Fashion Design Training In Germany

Many people starting their studies still associate glitz and glamour with the profession of fashion designer. But as the term “fashion designer” is not regulated, a qualified training course at an established school plays a major role.More ...
Jane Mulvagh: Vivienne Westwood - An Unfashionable Life, Buchcover, London 1998, Foto: Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinodh Matadin / A+C, Cop: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Kunstbibliothek

An Eldorado for All Those Interested in Fashion – The Lipperheide Costume Library

From an international standpoint, the Berliner fashion scene is gaining in importance. Moreover, for those dealing with fashion from an artistic or academic perspective, the Capital has much to offer that is top class.More ...
Interior view of the Kunstgewerbemuseum, Cop: SMB; Foto: Maximilian Meisse

Fashion Collections, Fashion Museums and Fashion Libraries in Germany

Fashions throughout the ages are traditionally displayed in art museums, museums of applied art or, as they are called these days, design museums. Read on to get the overall picture.More ...

German Fashion

German Design trends

Articles on recent German trends in design, portraits, projects, links

Goethe-Institut Residencies

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“Space for new perspectives” – Information about residencies around the globe

Young German Fashion Photographers

Markus Ebner, Editor-in-Chief of the fashion magazine Achtung, presents ten young photographers.