Images. 1./2./3. Esther Perbandt: Astro Noir Lab. Kunstbibliothek. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Images. 4./ 5. /6. #DAMUR Reviver. AW23 Runway Collection
Images. 7./ 8./ 9. / 10./ 11. Haderlump DYSTOPIA AW23 RUNWAY SHOW. Photo Credit. Oz John
Images. 12. /13. 14./ 15./ 16. 202030 – The Berlin Fashion Summit #5. Photo Credit. Britta Leuermann
Image. 17. VORN -The Berlin Fashion Hub x NEWEST runway show, Look 41. coat by Lana, dress by La Bande, pants by La Bande, shoes by Trippen, earrings by Pulva Jewelry, socks by Falke, bags by Loqi, turtleneck is stylist’s own, during the Berlin Fashion Week AW23 at Kant-Garagen on January 17, 2023 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images for NEWEST 2023)
Image. 18. VORN -The Berlin Fashion Hub x NEWEST runway show. Look 42. coat by Societe Angelique, sweater by Plas Collective, pants by Afora, shorts by Sepideh Ahadid, jewelry by Lani Lees, during the Berlin Fashion Week AW23 at Kant-Garagen on January 17, 2023 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images for NEWEST 2023)
Image. 19. VORN -The Berlin Fashion Hub x NEWEST runway show. Look. 22. blazer by Societe Angelique, body by An Elastic World, bra by Maniq, top by Anekdot, shoes by Trippen, during the Berlin Fashion Week AW23 at Kant-Garagen on January 17, 2023 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images for NEWEST 2023)
Image. 20. VORN -The Berlin Fashion Hub x NEWEST runway show. Look. 46. dress by Tindi, top by MLI by Svensson, pants by La Bande, accessories by Nobahar Design, bag by Agnes Nordenholz, tights and collar are stylist’s own, during the Berlin Fashion Week AW23 at Kant-Garagen on January 17, 2023 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images for NEWEST 2023)
Haderlump is a young Berlin fashion label. The capital has defined it since the beginning. It consistently produces sustainable fashion that is up to Berlin spirit and aesthetic standards. The name, Haderlump, derives from a slur for the rag collectors of the 18th and 19th centuries. At that time, paper was made out of scraps of linen, hemp, and cotton. “Haderlump” was the name given to people who roamed about as travelers, collecting worn-out pieces and scraps of cloth to sell to the paper mills. The rag collectors were scorned for their ways, but they were pioneers ahead of their time. To see value in what others consider “good-for-nothing” is an admirable trait. Re-cycling and eco-friendly lie at the core of the label’s philosophy
VORN – The Berlin Fashion Hub is a physical and digital place in the heart of Berlin, where innovations for a sustainable development of the fashion industry are collaboratively designed, communicated and implemented. As a registered cooperative, the focus is on profitable business of a community. The four programs Community Services, Innovation Lab, Scaling Program and Co-working Space create a pre-competitive environment for positive impact in the fashion industry: we are a marketplace for curated services. The goal? Economically successful circularity in the fashion and textile industry as well as taking social responsibility and reducing CO₂ emissions. VORN is commissioned and co-financed by the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Operations.
202030 – The Berlin Fashion Summit “Active Alliances for
Positive Fashion” addressed sustainability through the topics of collaboration,
transformation and regeneration with regard to economic, cultural and ecological action
within the fashion industry. This hub allowed changemakers share solutions and
signals for fashion’s necessary transformation on a corporate and cultural level. The first
day of the Summit took the form of a live conference program on January 18th, where
attendees experience a day of presentations and interviews. On January 19, the
Community Day offered a deep-dive into the topics of our closest partners, through
masterclasses, workshops, and a final closing barcamp. 202030 – The Berlin Fashion
Summit gave a growing sustainable fashion community an opportunity to come together under the
motto “Connecting Progressive Minds” during Berlin Fashion Week. 202030 – The Berlin Fashion Summit was organized by studio MMO4 in cooperation with the Beneficial Design
Style Protocol: Fashion and Wearable NFTs
Last but not least, digital revolution and new technologies are going to have a profound effect on our fashion habits and tastes not only in real but excessively in the virtual worlds and metaverses. Style Protocol that was invited to present its project during the BFW 2023 has definitely attracted our attention as an enterprise that has the potential to revolutionise the fashion industry by offering designers the platform to create 3D NFT collections for avatars in virtual realities. Designers can bring their Fashion-NFTs onto STYLE Protocol and use them to create avatars or outfits for Metaverses. This allows the users to wear their Fashion-NFTs and to show off their STYLE. NFTs or Collectibles can be a physical design, like a piece of artwork, or a wearable item, like a virtual outfit. These can be used in Metaverses to create an avatar that represents you in the virtual world. Members of the Style Protocol community can use their NFT as a skin or wearable for their avatar, or a whole new avatar can be created in the metaverse. One can transform existing 2D NFTs, or 3D assets on the STYLE Protocol to get one’s metaverse version as skin, asset or companion.
There exists an expert team of 3D fashion designers who create and render the models for the Metaverse. Anyone from fashion industry is welcome to join the Style Protocol community starting from merchants and tailors to creators. Each of these three roles are important building blocks in the overall ecosystem.
Creators are, for example, brands, designers, or owners of an NFT collection. Tailors are 3D designers who can build and render 2D NFTs as 3D avatars for the specific metaverse. Merchants are mainly games, other metaverses and also other bridges, which can be connected achieve even more interoperability.
Each of these three roles intervenes in the Style Protocol ecosystem, as a creator comes with an NFT collection, the Style Protocol 3D designers then build the various avatars, items, etc. for the metaverses, and the merchants later incorporate these 3D NFTs into their game or metaverse. With Style Protocol all three interact with each other through interoperability to allow a variety of possibilities and freedom for the design and use of their avatar.