Faithfully capturing the spirit and heritage of American work wear, Levi’s® Vintage Clothing reproduces the fits, fabrics and details of bygone eras. Our source material is our own archive and our inspiration is the hardworking men and women that the Levi’s® Brand has equipped for the last 140 years.
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Sportswear International was founded in 1975 as a European trade publication for the emerging casual fashion and denim market. Five years later, a separate North American edition was launched. In 2002, the two titles merged into what has become today’s single global edition represent fashion’s growing internationalism.
Paramita was born in the 90s in Granada, and was selling its products in more than 25 countries across Europe and through its 15 own shops across Spain. In 2012 the SMASH Group purchased the brand with the aim of re-launching it. Paramita has been renowned for its happy and fresh designs as well as its colorful prints.
The interior design and materials relate to the identity of the MTV Networks (Germany) logo with its characteristic font and the colours dark brown, white, and yellow. They are referenced and translated creatively in the design of the reception area, the lobby, and the café as well as in the atrium and the kitchenettes.
Drykorn was founded by owner & managing director Marco Goetz in September 1996, specializing in fashionable pants for men & women. The collection has evolved tremendously over the years & now offers a variety of casual styles & classic looks with a fashion edge. The product is ‘cool’ & modern with a snobbish touch.
If this hotel was a person, we probably would be talking about a rockstar: capricious, coy, spectacular – sexy! International celebrities e.g. Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Amy Winehouse, Brian Molko (Placebo), Skin (Skunk Anansie) or Drew Barrymore feel oh so comfortable in the awardwinning design-hotel.
A quirky mash-up of materials, colours and details, the overall look is very coherent and makes generator Berlin a welcoming place that quickly grows on you. There’s rough wood panelling and open ceilings, raw copper panels against black walls in the basement and the simple furniture and mastic asphalt in the breakfast area that contrast with the mirrored ceiling in the bar are just some examples of the design details that are featured.