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RESERVED Store Opening Berlin & Workshop w/ Piotr Stoklosa

Happy Friday peeps – I am sitting at home preparing a day in Berlin tomorrow together with RESERVED. After the brand opened the first store in Munich, they finally start to open new huge shops all over Germany. Unfortunately I couldn´t make it to Hamburg and Cologne, but I am excited to be a part of the RESERVED store opening in Berlin this week!

silver jacket – Reserved
top – Reserved
skirt – Reserved
high heels – Charlotte Olympia
bag – Jimmy Choo

Maybe you remember my blogpost about my very first collaboration with RESERVED. I visited the store in Mönchengladbach to have a closer look through the collection and chose my favorite styles for the RESERVED opening – but this will be online later. First I will show you my look for tomorrow where I am going to have a RESERVED workshop together with the famous photographer Piotr Stoklosa. I am very excited about our day tomorrow and can´t wait to see Piotr´s art coming through. When you visit his website, you will see that he did great art collages for brands like Dior, Chanel and many more. Therefore I am really curious how we will drape beautiful RESERVED still lives together. Especially because I think that my still lives are not really creative and stuff…

I am wearing a total RESERVED look on todays post starring this awesome silver raincoat, a grey tank top and a blueish mini skirt with these badass silver details. I added my Charlotte Olympie high heels and my matching silver Jimmy Choo bag. Who is going to be in Berlin on the 17th of May for the grand opening of the new RESERVED store?

 

  

In collaboration with RESERVED – AD

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Lisa Hahnbück

Lisa Hahnbück is a fashion, travel and lifestyle blog from Düsseldorf, Germany for women who love fashion and the latest trends and must haves of the season.

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