Last week I had the pleasure to visit the ‘Bread&Butter;’ fashion show in Berlin. The show moved to Barcelona but this summer it came back to Berlin and chose a fantastic location—the airport Berlin Tempelhof, which is well known for its role after the second World War during the blockade of Berlin and no longer used as an airport.
Between aircraft, conveyor belts, and museums, some of the most interesting brands of our time showed up with phenomenal booths and PR stunts at Berlin Tempelhof.
Justin Timberlake presented his collection at Bread&Butter;, and Christian Audigier signed a tattooed Ed Hardy Ferrari (I saw him cruising around with another white Ferrari on a former runway).
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Bread&Butter Takes Over WWII Landmark for Fashion Fun
- By: Holger MohrJul 9, 2009