30.05.2018 The 1866 founded Lette-Verein belongs to the oldest and most traditional fashion schools of Germany. This years fashion graduates celebrate their graduation show "FIN" publicly on 9th of June at Kulturforum Berlin.
The 1866 founded Lette-Verein belongs to the oldest and most traditional fashion schools of Germany. This years fashion graduates celebrate their graduation show "FIN" publicly on 9th of June at Kulturforum Berlin.
Twenty-Three young designers will present their collections of their 5th and 6th semester of their three-years educational program in a show called „FIN“. The diversity of of their designs is carried by an exhibition, which reflects research of inspiration and aesthetics of each collection. The entire process of creating fashion becomes primarily visible throughout early sketches to finished models.
Post-show its possible to talk to the graduates, to get to know their works more concrete and to meet the personalities behind the collections. This will lead to a greater understanding of the many different philosophies behind the works.
Doors open at 6:30 pm / show starts at 7:30 pm
Drinks and Sushi by Coolonga and Sushi Native
What the Kunstgewerbemuseum and the Lette Verein, Berlin, both have in common is a long tradition of educating young designers. An educational institute in this field was affiliated with the Kunstgewerbemuseum from its foundation in 1867 until 1921. In 2016 the Lette Verein celebrated its 150th anniversary. Wilhelm Adolf Lette founded the organisation in 1866 as a ‘Society to Promote the Earning Capacity of the Female Sex’.
Today as a foundation under public law the association offers ten courses of study in design, nutrition and care, health, and technology. The course of study in fashion design places a particular emphasis on practical orientation, leading to a strong focus on the close interconnection of design education with practical experience in pattern construction and production. The Lette Verein’s master’s class is the brainchild of Jochen Pahnke, a fashion designer and instructor at the Lette Verein. This course of study offers eight talented graduates from the department of fashion design the opportunity to continue their studies in greater depth. Since 2016 its implementation has been made possible by Berlin’s Senate Administration for Integration, Employment and Social Affairs.