Berlin Alternative Fashion Week

Posted on Mar.30 2017

Doors open 18:30 | **Strictly Age 18+ / Explicit Content**

Maison Mason
Tata Christiane

CHRISTEENE is a human pissoir of raw unabashed sexuality; a gender-blending, booty-pounding, perversion of punk fully equipped with an arsenal of ferocious music intertwined with raw moments of strained intimacy and fiery stank.

Maison Mason by Patrick Mason is a Berlin-based designer, DJ, and, illustrator. Although he only recently graduated from university, Patrick has already made waves in the fashion community in virtue of his superior talent and vision. An icon in the Berlin scene, he is one of the city’s rising stars having been featured in major magazines. His aesthetic is influenced by surrealism and artists like Egon Schiele.

Tata Christiane
Utopie Aleatoire Random Utopia
Unique pieces Collection
Times are changing, overwhelming dreams, over idealizing thoughts and constant disappointment challenges society to stay optimistic. It’s important that all creative minds will gather together to help survive the chaos from pressure of everyday life. Tata Christiane thought this was the perfect time to aggregate the views and habits of her visionary, imperfect idealistic mind and to use this to plan her master escape. Random Utopia (in French Utopies aléatoires) is a paradoxal romanticism place where conditions and quality are beyond imagination. A game about random collage, a puzzle that plays this random data, random shape. The imperfection and beauty that emerges or fails. The unfinished and the sketched. This collection is a dreaming process about a verse by Stéphane Mallarmé “A throw of the dice will never abolish chance”.It plays with the borders of sublime and the nothing there, elegance, the mind of her inner child, morals and daily habits. It embraces all imperfections and it totally encourages her following to dance all night long, a sweet folly, to relax in the park with a book or to watch a tree long enough in the forest, the reflections of the world in the clear water of the canal at dawn. Tata Christiane’s Random Utopia (in French) could be the place for the ambiguous queen, kings, gypsy woman, the philosopher, the one eyed flautist, rapunzel and the thinker. Actually, this place is for everyone who feels like it. It’s all good, Tata Christiane got you.

Cover Image by Eli Schmidt