FEMININE FASHION IN BRILLIANT LIGHT AND ARCHITECTURE
The day started early at 7 when I headed off for the shooting. I was sure that together with the brand and eponymous designer Victoria Geiser, my love for modeling and this location Out Of The World something magical would emerge. And so grandiose clothes were staged in a grandiose penthouse above the rooftops of Berlin. Sparks of passion flew from all involved. Victoria's Pieces demonstrated her philosophy of "supporting woman's beauty rather than dressing her up, and doing so in a sustainable, aesthetic way." I myself absorbed the eternal sunshine, drawing even more energy from it than I already had and feeling every single movement and garment in every single angle. Photographer Jessica artistically captured all the moments, my "Copain" Sahjait created Behind The Scenes and my boss Peter was happy anyway. Our goal to not only cover the pure real estate segment, but to raise a whole lifestyle had started with this. And we all celebrated the vibe!
When I entered this 300sqm penthouse I knew that the combination of VG's collection and the modern, extraordinary architecture would mean a very elegant and unique fashion shoot. With the open and brightly lit gallery, floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows in 3-meter high rooms, giant terraces and the hyper-modern bathroom complete with rain shower and free-standing designer bathtub, the possibilities seemed endless. Luxury beyond words!
The fabrics by Victoria Geiser also felt so luxurious and silky soft on my skin and knowing that every single fiber was "100% made in Berlin" even added more value to these high class designer pieces.
VG wants to establish herself in the sustainable high fashion sector with her collection, "which is produced from bamboo and individually made for the woman". Keyword bamboo. Because this is what the designer is particularly fond of. "The soft feel, the fast growth of the plant, guaranteed sustainable cultivation without endangering the stocks and hardly any fertilizers, pesticides or artificial irrigation methods are necessary for the procurement of the plant." I was downright thrilled to hear such sustainable thinking and action in our fast fashion industry, which is, and unfortunately is, based on exploitative and environmentally damaging fundamentals. So I was pleased to hear that VG focuses on sustainable and fair production and quality, and that "their collection is largely made to order, so there is no overproduction."
Reviewing the whole day, I directly start smiling again! Because I remember all the gorgeous rooms and features, the 100sqm sun terraces and how I already felt so comfortable inside that I would have loved to move into this penthouse by Rabitz Property Consulting with Victoria Geiser's pieces! But reality hits different. Unfortunately this masterpiece is already sold.
Well then, at the end of the day it was FEMININE FASHION IN BRILLIANT LIGHT AND ARCHITECTURE!