At the Münchener Trachtentage earlier this month, I met many amazing designers and I’m very excited to share 2 designers stories with you. To see the full list of exhibitors simply click here!
Lina Schiller – Dekadenza
This Munich based company specializes in glamourous and high fashion trachten hats. Adding fresh and luxurious details to a very traditional dirndl accessory makes these hats one of a kind. Designer, Lina Schiller, uses modern feathers, bright colors, and vintage style charms to create the Dekadenza signature looks. My favorite is the “Beauty Queen” and I can’t wait for the next event so I can wear mine!
Eveline Stoesser – D’Urban Dirndl
I first met Eveline Stroesser when she so kindly let me borrow her iron and ironing board at the Trachtentage, but I’ve known about D’Urban Dirndl for years. I love, love, love African prints and her designs incorporate traditional Bavarian dirndl silhouettes with bright, bold and unique African prints. She brings a one-of-a-kind style to the German dirndl market and the craftsmanship is impeccable. I tried on one of her pieces and I wish I could have taken it home with me. Maybe one day I’ll get to have my own D’Urban Dirndl.
Nadine Batista Santos – Dirndl Magazine
For everything you would want to know about dirndls, grab up your copy of Dirndl Magazine! Editor Nadine Batista Santos and I have only talked via e-mail over the past 2 years, so finally meeting her was very exciting. Also very exciting was discovering that she featured Rare Dirndl in the Exhibitor Catalog! I am so honored to have my work featured in the special edition of Dirndl Magazine and look forward to continue working with her!
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