Issuu on Google+

C ircus www.circus-magazine.de

BERLIN CITY SPECIAL

KIDS * FASHION * LIFESTYLE

MER 2015 TRENDS SUM

* DIY * COOKING * XMAS GIFT GUIDE * FA

P E ‘S B E S T O R U E M O R 2014/15 F L L / W IN T E R

circus magazine

1


Cover Photography by Jules Villbrandt

CONTENT 05 CONTRIBUTORS 06 IN THE NEWS 08 PHOTOGRAPHY INTO THE WOODS Jues Villbrandt

26 INTERVIEW HILDA.HENRI

31 TRENDS SPRING|SUMMER 2017

38 PHOTOGRAPHY TWEEN DENIM STORY Allana Wesley White

46 SHOE TRENDS WALK THIS WAY Illustrations Alysha Dawn

52 D.I.Y. BEEDS NECKLESS

56 FOOD SOUP IN PUMPKIN Ulla Killing

60 KITCHEN ESSENTIALS 62 BERLIN SPECIAL WANDLUNGEN

68 WELCOME TO BERLIN! BERLIN CITY SPECIAL!

50 PINTEREST FINDS our supplement: Gift Guide 2014

BLOG | PINTEREST | FACEBOOK | TWITTER | AMAZINE 2

circus magazine


EDITORS LETTER

Fresh Start! Welcome back to Circus Magazine. It‘s been a while since our last issue and we are happy to be back. Circus Magazine is all about the children‘s world. You can expect everything from great photography, fashion&accessories, trends, interviews, illustration, DIY‘s, recipes and don‘t forget our BERLIN city special! It‘s holiday season again and with this issue you‘ll find also our annual Gift Guide. It is not easy to find new beautiful gifts every year. Pretty and original they should be. So, we have collected some beautiful, original and useful Christmas gifts for your loved ones. So, don‘t forget to check them out. As always thank you to everyone that contributes to the creation of this issue and thank you to everybody reading and viewing this magazine. I hope you enjoy the content we have carefully compiled and prepared the information to serve you, our readers. Happy Holidays!

RUTH-JANESSA FUNK Founding editor janessa@circus-magazine.de

circus magazine

3


BECOME OUR PARTNER MAKE YOUR BRAND, LABEL OR PRODUCTS SEEN IN OUR MAGAZINE, ONLINE PLATFORM OR SOCIAL MEDIA. WE LIKE TO COOPERATE IN PROJECTS WITH YOU OR YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN OUR PROJECTS AND PHOTO STORIES. INTERESTED? CONTACT US! INFO@CIRCUS-MAGAZINE.DE

4

circus magazine


CONTRIBUTORS

ULLA KILLING Ulla Killing is a Berlin-based mom who lives in the lively Charlottenberg neighborhood with her three children. As a culinary consultant, food stylist and blogger, Killing has a very discerning palate and frequents great eateries like Pantry and Cordobar. She created for Circus Magazine our new „COOKING KIDS“ Recipes page 52 and yummy winter drinks in our gift guide. Killing Pepper I From My Kitchen To Yours.com

JULES VILLBRANDT

Jules is from Berlin and she loves the her city! She is crazy about beautiful things and beautiful pictures are candy for her eyes. You must take a look at her blog! Here she gatheres all her ideas and impressions on Berlin, D.I.Y., interior, magazines, books ... Jules shot our wonderful photo story „into the woods“, starting page 8. www. herzundblut.com

Allana

ALLANA WESLEY WHITE is an international photographer working between the US and the UK, currently based in Miami, and specializing in kids, tweens and juniors. Allana loves old movies, dark chocolate, and pugs, preferably all at the same time. She shot our cool „Tween Denim Story“ in Miami, starting page 31. www.allanawesleywhite.com

ALYSHA DAWN is a

Candian illustrator who grew up in a small town in Southern Ontario. She received her BAA in illustration from Sheridan college and now resides in Toronto. Her work is happy-go-lucky with a subtle sense of humour. See her lovely illustrations on page 46-49. www.alyshadawn.com

circus magazine

5


in the News SHOPPING

BUGABOO GOES BERLIN In dem modernen Gebäude an der Alten Schönhauser Straße Ecke Linienstraße entstand in den letzten Monaten unter der Ägide des international renommierten Designers Werner Aisslinger die neue Heimat von Bugaboo in Berlin. Der Berliner Brand Store ist neben Amsterdam der einzige seiner Art weltweit. Die Firmengründer Max Barenbrug und Eduard Zanen freuen sich auf das bevorstehende Projekt: „Der Pioniergeist der Hauptstadt passt perfekt zu unserer Marke. Berlin nimmt in vielen Aspekten eine Vorreiterrolle ein, die viele Menschen inspiriert und wir fühlen sehr wohl mit der Entscheidung, den zweiten Bugaboo Store genau hier zu eröffnen.“

Bugaboo Bee3 Bugaboo Brand Store Alte Schönhauser Straße 3 / Linienstraße 122 10119 Berlin-Mitte Öffnungszeiten (ab dem 15. Dezember 2014) Montag bis Samstag: 11 – 20 Uhr 6

circus magazine


XMAS

EVENTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS

SPECIALS

GUTE UNTERHALTUNG! DAS DSCHUNGELBUCH Ein Musical für die ganze Familie. Pünktlich zum Beginn des Advents startet das Theater am Kurfürstendamm mit dem Familienmusical „Das Dschungelbuch“. Rudyard Kiplings Geschichte rund um die Abenteuer von Mogli und seinen tierischen Freunden hat schon Generationen begeistert. Christian Bergs Musicalversion mit der Musik von Konstantin Wecker wurde selbst schnell Kult und ist ein Muss für Kinder, Eltern, Großeltern und alle Musicalfreunde. Bis 28. Dezember 2014 Theater am Kurfürstendamm, Kurfürstendamm 206/209, 10719 Berlin Berlin. Eintrittspreise: ab 13,10€ bis 19,90 €. Fragen Sie auch nach dem günsigen Familienticket. Tickethotline 030/88 59 11 88 oder an der Theaterkase

RONCALLI WEINNACHTSZIRKUS Zum 11. Mal feiert Roncalli in Berlin die glitzernde Weihnachtszeit. Auch in diesem Jahr wird Roncalligründer Bernhard Paul alle Berlinerinnen und Brandenburgerinnen wieder mit auf die Reise durch sein ganz besonderes Wintermärchen nehmen. Vom 18. Dezember 2014 bis 04. Januar 2015 finden täglich Vorstellungen im Tempodrom Berlin statt. Premiere ist am Freitag, den 19.12 um 19.00 Uhr. Eintrittspreise: ab 13,00€ bis 55,00€ Tickets unter: 030 / 479 974 77 oder 01806 / 57 00 99 *0,20 EUR/Anruf – Mobilfunkpreise max. 0,60 EUR/Anruf

Online: www.semmel.de sowie an allen bekannten Vorverkaufsstellen. circus magazine

7


8

circus magazine


Into the Woods ... PHOTOGRAPHY: Jules Villbrandt | www.herzundblut.com STYLING: Linda Adhiambo | www.lookslikeberlin.net MODELS: Malaika Adhiambo & Justus Villbrandt

circus magazine

9


Below boy | shirt, hoodie & jacket all Uniqlo Kids Left side Boy | shirt Uniqlo Kids, Girl | Longsleeve & skirt Uniqlo Kids

10

circus magazine


circus magazine

11


12

circus magazine


Jacket, vest, shirt, skirt & scarf all Uniqlo Kids, panty: Falke, boots: Hunter

circus magazine

13


14

circus magazine


Jacket: Little Pieces, pullover: Paglie, skirt: Paglie, hat & scarf: Little Pieces, panty: Falke, boots: Camper for Kids.

circus magazine

15


Jacket: Little Pieces, pullover: Paglie, skirt: Paglie, hat & scarf: Little Pieces, panty: Falke, boots: Camper for Kids.

16

circus magazine


circus magazine

17


18

circus magazine


boy | zip shirt, vest & denim: Uniqlo Kids, boots: Timberland

circus magazine

19


Boy | shirt: finkid, denim: Uniqlo Kids, jacket: Barbour, scarf: Uniqlo Kids, boots: Hunter. Girl | dress: Little Pieces, vest: Uniqlo Kids, panty & socks: Falke, boots: Hunter.

20

circus magazine


circus magazine

21


22

circus magazine


Boy | shirt: finkid, denim: Uniqlo Kids, jacket: Barbour, scarf: Uniqlo Kids, boots: Hunter. Girl | dress: Little Pieces, vest: Uniqlo Kids, panty & socks: Falke, boots: Hunter.

circus magazine

23


24

circus magazine


PHOTOGRAPHY: Jules Villbrandt | www.herzundblut.com STYLING: Linda Adhiambo | www.lookslikeberlin.net MODELS: Malaika Adhiambo & Justus Villbrandt

circus magazine

25


IMAGE SELECTION SS15 26

The usemagazine is free of charge upon publication. We would appreciate a short note or a press clip! circus We will send you all the pictures in higher resolution if needed. Please mention photo credits: Julian Mullan


Q&A

Interview with Verena Wondrak, founder and designer of the kidswear label Hilda.Henri from Vienna, Austria. What is the story behind your label’s name Hilda.Henri? I love stories to things. And of course there is a story to Hilda.Henri: My grandmother, to whom I had a close bond, was born in Vienna and her first name was Hilda. The name Henri I just love very much and if I had a son instead of a daughter I would have called him Henri. Why did you choose milled loden for your collection? I know milled loden since I was a child. Already in kindergarten my mother put my sister and myself always in milled loden jackets. I remember my red milled loden „janker“ very well: it was edged dark blue and had little silver metal buttons. I loved to wear it together with my green kilt. My mother used to combine the traditional material with fashionable parts. Many years later, as a student at the Fashion school ESMOD, I rediscovered this particular natural material again during my internship at an Austrian dress maker in Salzburg. Since then, milled loden has been my favorite fabric. After the birth of my daughter I was sure: Children‘s fashion from Walk, that`s what I want to make! And I wanted to do it my way: authentic, especially high quality and timeless. My garments should be able to be passed through the family and live long. What is so special about this fabric? Walk is a natural wool product without any chemical additives and with temperature regulating and breathable effect. It is ideal for use in children‘s fashion. Wollwalk from pure new wool or merino wool is soft, lightweight, hardwearing, water resistant and durable. It adapts to fit the body shape of the child. The precious lanolin obtains with the after manufacturing process.

In addition, the walking process is a traditional, eco-friendly and environmentally conscious manufacturing, which satisfy my own eco-social aspiration. What ist the structure of your collection? The centerpieces of my collections are quality made coats, jackets and capes from Walkloden, for girls and boys. These are complemented with skirts, dresses, pants, and knitwear. I offer my garments in double sizes so that they accompany the children several seasons and may become favourite pieces. Size 2 years (86/92) up to size 16 years (170/176). With each collection there are new accessories such as hats, headbands and scarves. Since 2014, selected parts are also available in women‘s sizes. Mother & child in matching outfits! Where do you get your design inspiration from? For my collections I always work with history and stories. For spring/ summer 2015 the story is called „Medows dance“. It takes us on a long expedition into the world of fantasy, with little miracles and great adventures on the way through this fairy tale. On what can we look forward to in the new spring/ summer collection 2015? This summer we present an exciting new discovery: hand printing. This process was in alpine areas once very popular for finishing „Dirndl“ costume and fabrics. For the wide flowing dresses and summer coats the prints and sophisticated cuts provide a fine vintage look. The lightness of summer is reflected in the choice of materials: for the first time particularly lighter and softer Walk (100% merino wool) and organic linen (GOTS-certified) is used. Aqua, light gray, chalk and mustard, are the colors of summer 2015 by Hilda.Henri.

circus magazine

27


Verena Wondrak, Designer with a Sustainable Claim After graduating from the premier design university ESMOD in Munich I gathered experience in the fashion business. Following professional positions as a fashion designer for a string of well-known brands, and working as a central buyer and manager in the retail trade, the next step to creating my own collection was almost predestined. With a grant from departure (the Creative Agency of the City of Vienna), I founded Hilda.Henri, a premium milled loden and knitwear collection with an emphasis on sustainability at the beginning of 2013.

Interview mit Verena Wondrak, Gründerin und Designerin des Wiener Kindermode Labels Hilda.Henri. Verena Wondrak - Designerin mit nachhaltigem Anspruch. Nach dem Abschluss an der renommierten Internationalen Modeschule ESMOD in München sammelte Verena Wondrak Erfahrungen im Modebusiness. Nach beruflichen Stationen als Modedesignerin für zahlreiche bekannte Marken und Zentraleinkäuferin sowie Geschäftsführerin für den Einzelhandel, war der nächste Schritt zur eigenen Kollektion fast vorbestimmt. Mit der Förderung durch die Wirtschaftsagentur Wien gründete Verena Wondrak Anfang 2013 mit Hilda.Henri eine hochwertige Walk- und Strickkollektion mit nachhaltigem Anspruch. „Ich möchte mit meinen Entwürfen Emotionen wecken, Geschichten erzählen und Erinnerungen hervorrufen“, sagt die Mutter einer dreijährigen Tochter. „Alle meine Entwürfe haben eine klare Botschaft: Hilda.Henri ist optimistisch! Ich glaube daran, dass Lebensfreude und Verantwortungsgefühl vereinbar sind und dass Verantwortung nicht mit Verzicht einhergehen muss“, erklärt Verena Wondrak ihre Motivation. Was steht hinter dem Namen Hilda.Henri? Gibt es hierzu eine besondere Geschichte?

28

circus magazine

Ich liebe Geschichten zu den Dingen. Und natürlich gibt es auch eine Geschichte zu Hilda.Henri: Meine Großmutter, zu der ich eine enge Bindung hatte, war gebürtige Wienerin und hieß Hilda. Den Namen Henri mag ich sehr gern und hätte ich statt einer Tochter einen Sohn bekommen so wäre sein Name Henri. Wie kamen sie auf die Idee eine WalklodenKollektion für Kinder zu gründen? Walk begleitet mich schon seit meiner Kindheit. Meine Mama hat meine Schwester und mich bereits im Kindergarten in Walkjacken gesteckt. Ich erinnere mich gut an meinen roten Walkjanker: er war dunkelblau eingefasst und hatte kleine silberne Metallknöpfe. Am liebsten trug ich dazu meinen grünen Schottenrock. Meine Mutter kombinierte schon damals das traditionelle Material mit modischen Teilen. Viele Jahre später, als Studentin an der Modeschule ESMOD, kam mir dieses besondere Naturmaterial während meines Praktikums Kleidermacher im Salzburger Land wieder unter die Finger. Seitdem ist Walk mein Lieblingsstoff! Nach der Geburt meiner Tochter war klar: Kindermode aus Walk, das will ich machen! Weg von der Tracht: authentisch, besonders, hochwertig und zeitlos. Meine Kleidungsstücke sollen durch die Familie gereicht werden können und lange leben.


Was ist das Besondere an diesem Material für Sie? Walk ist ein natürliches Wollprodukt ohne chemische Zusätze und mit temperaturregulierender und atmungsaktiver Wirkung. Er eignet sich hervorragend für die Verwendung in der Kindermode. Wollwalk aus reiner Schur- oder Merinowolle ist weich, leicht, strapazierfähig, wasserabweisend und langlebig. Er passt sich der Körperform des Kindes an. Das wertvolle Lanolin bleibt der Wolle beim Herstellungsprozess erhalten. Außerdem ist das Walken eine traditionelle, umweltschonende und ökologisch bewusste Fertigung, die meinem eigenen ökosozialen Anspruch gerecht wird. Aus welchen Artikel und Größen ist Ihre Kollektion aufgebaut? Herzstück meiner Kollektionen sind hochwertig verarbeitete Mäntel, Jacken und Capes aus Walkloden, für Mädchen und Buben. Ergänzt werden diese Teile mit Röcken, Kleidern, Hosen, und Strick. Ich biete meine Kleidungsstücke in Doppelgrößen an, so dass sie die Kinder mehrere Saisonen begleiten und zu Lieblingsteilen werden können. Gr.2 (86/92) bis Gr.16 (170/176). Zu jeder Kollektion gibt es innovative Accessoires wie z.B. Mützen, Stirnbänder oder Schals. Ab 2014 sind ausgesuchte Teile auch in Damengrößen mit im

Programm. Mutter & Kind im Partnerlook! Woher kommen Ihre Inspirationen für das Design der Kollektion Hilda.Henri? Ich arbeite bei meinen Kollektionen immer mit Geschichte und Geschichten. Für Frühjahr/ Sommer 2015 heißt die Geschichte „Medows dance“. Sie erzählt von ausgedehnten Streifzügen durch die Welt der Phantasie, den kleinen Wundern und grossen Abenteuern auf dem Weg durch dieses Land. Auf was dürfen wir uns in der neuen Frühjahr/ Sommer Kollektion 2015 besonders freuen? Diesen Sommer wartet die Designerin mit einer weiteren spannenden Neuentdeckung auf: dem Handdruck. Dieses Verfahren war im alpinen Raum einst sehr populär zum Veredeln von Trachten- und Dirndlstoffen. Den weit fallenden Kleidern und Sommermänteln verleihen Druck und raffinierte Schnitte einen edlen Vintage-Look. Die Leichtigkeit des Sommers spiegelt sich in der Auswahl der Materialien: zum ersten Mal kommen besonders leichter und weicher Walk (100% Merinowolle) sowie Bio-Leinen (GOTS-zertifiziert) Aqua, Hellgrau, Kreide und Senf sind die Farben des Sommers 2015 von Hilda.Henri. www.hildahenri.com

circus magazine

29


SHOWMAKER Find here the latest children‘s fashion trends from the international catwalks and fairs. See inportant looks from SPRING | SUMMER 2015 season‘s top shows. 30

circus magazine


TRENDS SPRING | SUMMER 2015

MAYORAL José Varón

Agatha Ruiz de la Prada

Barcarola

Oh! Soleil

Pan con Chocolate

photos© Marcos Soria

IT‘S ALL ABOUT TRENDS ... SHOWSTYLEKIDS TREND REPORTS ShowStyleKids brings you the fashion trends from the most important fashion platforms around the world and right off the runways. Their fair and trend reports provides an inspirational resource of upcoming style and key looks and give in-depth coverage of the most important children‘s fashion & lifestyle fairs. www.ShowStyleKids.com

FIMI Madrid

circus magazine

31


Pitti Bimbo Florence

32

circus magazine


Pitti Bimbo 79_ Fashion from Spain

TUC TUC

Philipp Plein Junior

BOBOLI

TRENDS SS 2015

Complete coverage of children‘s fashion weeks in cities worldwide with reviews of their runway shows. More at ShowStyleKids.com circus magazine

33


All imagaes provided by Little Fashion Week.

LITTLE FASHION WEEK BRUSSELS 2015 After a sucessful first edition last year, the second edition will take place in Brussels on Saturday 14th, Sunday 15th and Monday 16th February 2015. Given the success and the many requests for participation in the next edition, The CHOCOLAT AND MILK asbl, led by Sandrine Bouillon is back with their second edition. Several defiles will take place every day in order to present autumn/ winter 2016 collections. Don‘t miss and plan your trip to Brussels. www.littlefashionweek.com 34

circus magazine

February 14th-16th, 2015 BRUSSELS


TRENDS SS 2015

fresh & confident Sunrise, sunset, dawn and dusk times for the whole year. Poolside paradise with laid-back attitude, where surfer boys have fun and don‘t take themself too souriously. Unexpected styling with ironic parts, sporty linear structures, beach styles with glossy pop art approach; Vibrant use of colour and geometric shapes and pattern are prevalent throughout this trend.

Guess Kids

Lee Kids

Mini Preen

J.Crew

Billieblush

posted by teenagepics

Blutsgeschwister

Billieblush

Little Marc Jacob

Aristocrat Kids

ChloĂŠ Kids circus magazine

35


TRENDS SS 2015

with wild love Wild Spirit feels are important, especially for children. Boys love to explore the nature with its rustic charm of wooden huts and wilderness. Handmade toys, tribal pattern with red indian elements, details that evoke feelings of joy and happiness. Inspired by the Jumanji movie set for release in 2015, this fantasy trend features bohostriped cargo pants and shorts, jerseys with fractured pattern, rainforest colourpalettes for an adventured journey.

Lee kids

Timberland PLAYTECH by name it

Barbour Kids Little Marc Jacob

IgloandIndi Billybandit

Guess kids 36

circus magazine

Bandit Kids

Mango kids


Pitti Bimbo 79_ Fashion from Spain

FREE Magazine

BRAND FINDER Present your brand to our international audience!

ShowStyle Kids ShowStyleKids.com is the online B2B platform offering visual trend reports featuring all the important European children‘s fashion and accessories trade fairs. ShowStyleKids will be your companion to what is on show in the various trade fairs, show you what is happening on the different fairs and give you a visual in-depth review of the current trends. With ShowStyleKids you have all the information you need for your REPORT DOWNLOAD business. PDF

ShowStyle Kids

www.ShowStyleKids.com

TREN D re po rt Fall/ Win ter 2015/ 16 circus magazine

37


Dylan | tank top: Gap Kids henley top: Polo Ralph Lauren shirt: Polo Ralph Lauren vest: Gap Kids

T 38

circus magazine

g

a e n ee


Tèa | blouse: Abercrombie t-shirt: Gap Kids necklaces: Blu Lua

r

Southern Blues PHOTOGRAPHY: Allana Wesley White www.allanawesleywhite.com STYLING: Chad Tucker, Wilhelmina Artists, Miami HAIR AND MAKEUP: Colleen Stone, Wilhelmina Artists Miami MODELS: Tèa Elbaz, Dylan Barron

circus magazine

39


40

circus magazine


Left side Tèa | all shirts and jeans: Gap Kids, boots: Bally, necklaces: Blu Lua Dylan | shirt and jeans: Levi’s, scarf: Zara Kids, necklaces: Blu Lua Above left. shirt: Polo Ralph Lauren, plaid shirt: Gap Kids, sweatpants: Gap Kids, shoes: converse, necklaces: Blu Lua Above right. hat: Zara, shirt: Zara Kids, jacket: Polo Ralph Lauren, bracelets: Blu Lua.

circus magazine

41


42

circus magazine


Left side Tèa | shirt: Abercrombie, jeans: Gap Kids, boots: Bally jewelry: Blu Lua Above. leather jacket: Zara, scarf: Asos, shirt: Gap Kids t-shirt: Gap Kids, jeans: Levi’s, jewelry: Blu Lua

circus magazine

43


Below Dylan | jacket: Zara Kids, t-shirt: Zara Kids, jeans: Levi’s, hat: Zara Kids, shoes: Zara Kids Tèa | shirts: Gap Kids, jeans: Zara Kids, hat: Gap Kids, jewelry: Blu Lua, boots: AldoShoes Left side Tèa | blouse and skirt: Abercrombie, t-shirt: Gap Kids, boots: Sam Edelman, necklaces: Blu Lua, Dylan | tank top: Gap Kids, henley top & shirt: Polo Ralph Lauren, vest: Gap Kids, jeans: Diesel, shoes: Converse, hat: Diesel.

44

circus magazine


circus magazine

45


shoe trends

WALK THIS WAY!

bisgaard

46

circus magazine


GOLDEN GOOSE via Smallable Camper for Kids

Kickers via Smallable

Angulus Scandinavian MINIMALL

SOREL via Smallable

FEIYUE

All Illustrations Š by Alysha Dawn | www.alyshadawn.com

circus magazine

47


emu

Camper for Kids

Camper for Kids

48

circus magazineAll Illustrations Š by Alysha Dawn | www.alyshadawn.com


Reima

Baby UGG

Naturino

circus magazine

49


PINTEREST FINDS At Circus Magazine we are big fans of PINTEREST. That‘s why we love to share our favorite finds with you. Take a look at our many board on Pinterest. Stay up-to-date and become one of our followers: pinterest.com/circusmag check

our

PINTEREST BOARD for more!

Sleeping Lion pillow with fun fringe $50 www.miniboheme.com We love this idea of Poster Calendar by elizabethkartchner.com Also take a look for printing templates here the-lilypad.com Ta.Ta. Unconventional Design For Kids tatakidsdesign.com

French artist Nathalie Lété‘s Large Watercolor Set includes 24 unusual colors in an old-fashioned metal box with one of her paintings on the lid; $25 from Alder & Co. by Remodelista Daily 50

circus magazine

Gifts For the Cool Kid - Kukkia Wooden footprint sandals $31 each; normanandjules.com


BECOME OUR SPONSOR MAKE YOUR BRAND, LABEL OR PRODUCTS SEEN IN OUR MAGAZINE, ONLINE PLATFORM OR SOCIAL MEDIA. WE LIKE TO COOPERATE IN PROJECTS WITH YOU OR YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN OUR PROJECTS OR PHOTO STORIES. INTERESTED? CONTACT US! INFO@CIRCUS-MAGAZINE.DE

circus magazine

51


D.I.Y. A Beeds Neckless for Mummy!

52

circus magazine


IDEA & EDITORING Fashion School for Kids.com

circus magazine

53


54

circus magazine


It is an easy and beautiful gift. Make the neckless colourful and as long or short as you like. You can also use a nylon string. We used special beed strings with a „needle“ fixed to the string. That made it easier threading the beads. If you don‘t want to make the tassels yourself you can buy them ready made and just fix them to the neckless. Enjoy!

circus magazine

55


56

circus magazine


Soup in Pumpkin! Get this all-star, easy-to-follow yummy „Soup in Pumpkin Bowl“. RECEIPE AND FOOD BY ULLA KILLING FACEBOOK.COM/KILLINGPEPPER

circus magazine

57


Ingredients 2 - 4 small hokkaido pumpkins For the soup: 2 tablespoons unsalted butter 2 small onion, chopped 250g Fontina cheese, chopped 50g GruyĂŠre cheese, chopped 4 spigs thyme 250 ml cream a pinch of freshly grated nutmeg kosher salt, freshly ground pepper, oil

58

circus magazine


Directions Preheat the oven to 150째C degrees . Make the bowls: Use a paring knife to cut a large circle around the stem of each pumpkin (make a zigzag cut, if desired). Remove the lid and scoop out the seeds and fibers. Make the soup: Melt the butter in a large saucepan over low heat. Add the shallots and cook until translucent. Add cream and the two cheeses. Add the thyme leaves and cook 10 minutes until cheese has melted. Season with nutmeg and salt and pepper. Discard the thmye sprigs. Place the pumpkins and lids on a baking sheet; Fill in the soup and roast until tender, 35 to 50 minutes, depending on their size. Serve with fresh pumpkin break or crackers.

circus magazine

59


Everyday Kitchen for Kids: 100 Amazing Savory and Sweet Recipes Your Children Can Really Make, via amazon.com

Everyday Kitchen for Kids: 100 Amazing Savory and Sweet Recipes Your Children Can Really Make, via amazon.com

Kinder-Backformen-Set Dr. Oetker Kinder-Backset mit Rührschüssel 18 teiliges Set | Dr. Oetker Teenie Backbuch Backfun pur mit den besten Freundinnen und zusammen die Küche entdecken. Das Backbuch ist abgestimmt auf die Vorlieben junger Mädchen: 50 leckere Rezepte: Amerikaner, Cupcakes, Whoopies, angesagte Cakepops oder selbst gemachte Marshmallows. Dr. Oetker, 96 Seiten, 12,00€ 60

circus magazine

Linzer Ausstecher „Smiley“ Dr. Oetker

Waffeleisen Artisan von KitchenAid


Kinder-Messerset 2-teilig Kuhn Rikon via JAKO-O

Kitchen essentials

Küchenmaschine Artisan von KitchenAid

Kids love to cook and help in the kitchen. Get the right tools so we all have fun Mom, Dad & Kids.

Backpinsel, 2er Set von IKEA

MIXTUR Ofenform 4er-Set | von IKEA SKÄCK Schüssel 2er-Set von IKEA

Artisan Akku-Stabmixer mit Zubehör-Set | von KitchenAid

Waage von IKEA

Kinderkochschule „Das habe ich ganz alleine gemacht!“ Mit diesem Buch können Mädchen und Jungen schon ab Schulalter selbst Gerichte zaubern und lernen nebenbei viel über den Umgang mit Lebensmitteln. 15 Rezepte mit Schritt-für-Schritt Anleitung. Dr. Oetker, 96 Seiten 14,99€ circus magazine

61


„Wall Stories“ THE BERLIN ARTISTS INKA GIERDEN AND JULIEN COLLIEUX

62

circus magazine


circus magazine

63


„SCHÖNE, FARBENFROHE WÄNDE GEBEN MENSCHEN DAS GEFÜHL, GEBORGEN ZU SEIN.“

W

andmalerei ist eine der ältesten überlieferten Kulturleistungen. Für das Berliner Künstlerpaar Inka Gierden und Julien Collieux (Julien stammt aus Marseille, die beiden haben drei Kinder) bedeutet Wandmalerei in erster Linie Räume zu verwandeln, ihnen Atmosphäre zu verleihen und den persönlichen Stil des Bewohners zu spiegeln. Inspiriert durch traditionelle Wandgestaltungstechniken spielen die Künstler mit Farbe, Formen und Nuancen. Die Farbstimmung steht im Vordergrund und wird durch gemalte Details, Ornamente und Muster ergänzt. Dabei verwenden sie vorwiegend Farbpigmente nach alten Rezepturen. In ihrem Atelier in Berlin-Kreuzberg, im dritten Hinterhof eines Altbauhauses, ganz verwunschen und idyllisch, arbeiten das Ehepaar. Hier fertigen sie auch kleine Bilder für die Wand: Fische auf Gold, kleine Zwerge, Mädchen, die den Schlaf des Kindes behüten, zauberhafte Dekorationen für‘s Kinderzimmer. „Wir lasieren die Farben in mehren Schichten, daraus entsteht Tiefe“, erklärt die Künstlerin. Es 64

circus magazine

ist verblüffend. Sogar vergleichsweise kleine Wände wirken so größer und anziehender. „Ich arbeite gern auf alten Wänden“, sagt Inga Gierke. Weil alte Wände Geschichten erzählen. Die meisten der verwendeten Farben kommen aus Frankreich, weil das Bemalen von Wänden dort eine längere und vor allem etabliertere Tradition hat. „Ich würde mir in Deutschland mehr Farbmut wünschen“, sagt Inka Gierden, „in England und Frankreich zum Beispiel hat man die weiße Wand nie geliebt, dort haben die Künstler immer mit Ockerfarben gearbeitet. Wir verwenden vorwiegend Farbpigmente nach alten Rezepturen.“ Aus Gläsern und Plastikdosen mit Kaseinfarben und Natur-Farbpigmenten in Grün-, Grau-, Braun- und Blautönen, von leuchtendem Gelb bis Knallrot mischen die beiden die Traumfarben ihrer Kunden. Die Preise für die Wandlung hängt von der Beschaffenheit der Räume und Wände ab, eine Altbauwand (fünf mal dreieinhalb Meter) kostet rund 1300 Euro. Zeitloser Schönheit, vereint mit Handwerkskunst. www.wand-lungen.de


:

Gold und Silber wĂźunsch‘ ich mir! www.wand-lungen.de

circus magazine

65


66

circus magazine


„BEAUTIFUL, COLOURFUL WALLS MAKE PEOPLE FEEL PROTECTED.“

M

ural painting is one of the oldest traditional cultural achievements. For Berlin artists couple, Inca Gierden and Collieux Julien (Julien comes from Marseille, and they have three children) it means to transform the atmosphere of a room and reflect the personal style of the resident. Inspired by traditional wall design techniques, the artists like to play with color, shapes and shades. The color tone is prioritised and is complemented by painted designs, ornaments and patterns. hey are used most of all pigments according to old recipes. In their studio in Berlin-Kreuzberg, in the third inner courtyard of an oldstyle house, is especially magical and enchanting. Here they make little pictures for the wall, for beginners, so to speak fishes on a gold background, small dwarves and girls watching over the child as it sleeps, when the picture is hung above their bed. “We glaze the colours in several layers which lends depth”, the artist explains, „and we mainly use pigments based on old formulae“. It is

astonishing - even comparatively small walls look so much larger and more attractive. “I like working on old walls”, says Inga Gierden. That is because old walls have tales to tell.“ Most of the paints originate in France, because painting walls enjoys a longer and, in particular, more firmly -established tradition there. “I would like to see more use of colours in Germany”, says Inga Gierden. “In Britain and France, for example, people have never liked a white wall - there, artists have always worked with ochres. We mainly use pigments based on old formulae. Inka and Julien mix their customers’ dream colours from bright yellow to vivid red, from jars and plastic containers with casein colours and natural pigments in green, grey, brown and blue tones. The prices for the transformation depend on the condition of the rooms and the walls. A wall in an old building (five times three-and-a half metres), costs around 1,300 euros. It‘s timeless beauty, combined with old craftsmanship! www.wand-lungen.de circus magazine

67


BERLIN CITY SPECIAL

68

circus magazine


WELCOME TO BERLIN! „Poor but sexy“ - that was the ultimate slogan for Berlin, quoted by former mayor Klaus Wowereit. But Berlin is growing up and things have changes a lot since then. Still there are places in Berlin that are „poor and sexy“ but many former wastelands have developed into trendy Gallery areas with chic shopping malls and cool hotels and restaurants. Berlin may not be the most glamorous of metropolitan cities around the world but it tells stories about East and West history at every corner. This unique atmosphere still attracts creative individuals and art lovers from all over the world, not only to visit but also to live and work in this city. They come togehter and collectively fashioning Berlin.

Freunde von Freunden BERLIN Do you want to know how people live in Berlin? Authentic and nothing staged! The book Freunde von Freunden (Friends of Friends) presents twenty-five Berlin creatives in their workspaces and homes. A unique and exclusive glimpse into their storied lives. With background information and insiders’ tips. EUR 39,90 shop.gestalten.com

„Arm aber sexy“ - mit diesem Satz beschrieb 2003 der damalige Berliner Bürgermeister Klaus Wowereit den Zeitgeist Berlins. Aber Berlin ist inzwischen erwachen geworden und vieles hat sich seitdem in der Hauptstadt Deutschlands verändert. Wo einst Wildheit herrschte reihen sich heute angesagte Galerien, schicke Einkaufshallen und hippe Hotels und Restaurants. Mit seiner einzigartigen Geschichte und seiner Multi-Kulti- Atmosphäre schafft die Stadt es aber nach wie vor Kultur-Liebhaber und Krative aus der ganzen Welt anzuziehen, nicht nur um die Stadt zu besichtigen, nein sondern auch um gleich hierzubleiben, hier zu leben und zu arbeiten und die Zukunft Berlins mit zu gestalten. circus magazine

69


TIPS CHARLOTTENBURG

BIKINI, BERLIN Germany’s first concept Mall. The name BIKINI BERLIN comes from the name Bikinihaus,

which is how local Berliners affectionately christened the building in the 1950s.Today it is a concept mall, a compilation of carefully curated and coordinated boutiques, concept and flagship stores, as well as gastronomy offers and service providers. One highlight of Bikini Berlin is the 7,000 m² large, landscaped and publicly accessible roof terrace and the unique view of the zoo and its wildlife. www.bikiniberlin.de Next to the Bikinihaus you find the 25hours Hotel and the Monkey Bar.

25hours HOTEL

The 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin is as diverse as the big city itself. It is located in the City West and is as wild as a jungle. The hotel is located next to Bikini-Haus building and the Berlin Zoo. Werner Aisslinger and his team created a hotel world playing with the contrasts of nature and culture. The hotel is popular not only among its own guests, thanks to the restaurant NENI and the MONKEY BAR on the top floor with a 360° rooftop terrace and first-class views of the city and the Berlin Zoo. www.25hours-hotels.com

ZOO-AQUARIUM

The Aquarium is part of the Berlin Zoo. Since it‘s opening in 1913 the capacity has grown for more than 13,000 animals from animal classes fish, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates and arthropods. Young visitors are offered a comprehensive program. In the winter months the aquarium offers guided tours at night. Daily open from 9am to 6pm www.aquarium-berlin.de

70

circus magazine


INSIDER TIPS MITTE

Christmas Market is something very German. They usually start beginning of December. The market sells food, drink, and seasonal items from open-air stalls, somtimes accompanied by traditional singing and dancing. Popular attractions at the markets are hand crafted gift, toys, books, Christmas tree decorations and ornaments. Berlin has sevaral markets around the city. You can download a wonderful guide to all markets in Berlin at this website: www.anamea.de

Picture by Jean Claude Castor on Fivehundredpx

BERLINER WEIHNACHTSMÄRKTE

BOROS COLLECTION

The Boros Collection is a private collection of contemporary art. It contains groups of works by international artists dating from 1990 to the present.The Collection is situated in a old bunker in Berlin-Mitte. in 2003 Christian Boros purchases the bunker and converted it to house his collection. In 2007 the renovations were completed with first public showing of installations. Showings can be visited by advance appointment on this website. The tours take place from Thursday to Sunday, also in English. www.sammlung-boros.de

SOHO HOUSE BERLIN

Soho House Berlin opened in May 2010, in Berlin‘s Mitte It is a private members‘ club but you can book a room for your berlin trip and become a member while you stay! The hotel’s 65 bedrooms are situated over 6 floors and come in six different categories. It has a lovely restaurant with terrace and a pool on the top floor. www.sohohouseberlin.com circus magazine

71


INSIDER TIPS KREUZBERG | NEUKÖLN

MAYBACHUFER

„Turkish Market“ (Friday Market). They also call it „Little Antalya“ and it‘s a colorful place at the Maybachufer in Berlin Neukölln: The open-air bazaar offers , fruits and vegetables, turkish food, yummy lunches, souvenirs and lots of fabrics and accessories at sensational prices. Every Friday 11 am till 6.30 pm. On sunny days there is music playing, singing and dancing. www.tuerkenmarkt.de

BERLIN CITY SPECIA L

MODULOR

PLANET It is another world, a planet for creatives and the ones who love crafting. Modulor, the place for everything you can image regarding arts and crafts. Located at the Moritzplatz, it‘s like a toys place for adults! With its globally unique range of materials, the company offers together with its partners, materials, products and services for creative professionals on more than 11,000 square meters. www.modulor.de

MARKTHALLE NEUN

Slow Food movement has also reached Berlin. The concept of Markthalle Neun is to offer local products in the city. Highlight ist Street Food Thursday! From 5pm to 10pm Berlin also demonstrates on the topic food as a creative metropolis, as an immigration city with a large variety of authentic food cultures. Don‘t miss the slow roasted pork sandwiches from Big Stuff Smoked BBQ. www.markthalleneun.de 72

circus magazine


PRENZLAUER BERG | FRIEDRICHSHAIN

SUNDAY AT MAUERPARK

Every Sunday Mauerpark in Prenzlauer Berg-District at Bernauer Straße 63, Berlin‘s famous flea market attracts crowds of tourists and Berliners bargain-hunting for clothes, furniture, rummage and trumpery. It is frequently used as sunday afternoon activity by many hip Berliners. Several stalls in between the sales booths offer international delicacies, some with little lounges. The market opens at 11 am. www.flohmarktimmauerpark.de Amother Sunday afternoon cult is the Karaoke at Mauerpark amphitheatre, next to the market. The karaoke sessions only takes place on Sunday from spring until fall and start at 3pm. The music spectacle is organized by Irish Gareth Lennon and if you want to get a seat you should be there early.

BOUTIQUE HOTEL LINNEN

Playful. Unique. Exaggerated. Reclaimed. It‘s like coming home: carefully selected vintage pieces are set off against patterend wallpaper, industrial-styled lamps against wood-paneld walls. Linnen is a space in flux. A German-Canadian couple run the hotel. They find it to be a positive and dynamic part of their concept and not a lack of focus. They believe that spaces and environments can work organically. They purposely created spaces that are unlike those found in hotels. The hotel has 4 rooms and a suite with two bedrooms. Unique! www.linnenberlin.com

SHISO BURGER

Shiso‘ is Japanese and means „leaf“. At Shiso Burger you‘ll get burgers with an Asian twist. You can have a Bulgogi version a with Korean flavours, the Ebi one with Tiger Prawn, the Shiso one with tuna but then also just a simple Cheese Burger. Along with your burger you can choose between classic french frieds, twisted potatoes, sweet potato fries or/and cole slaw. www.shisoburger.de circus magazine

73


Petit Boutique Auguststr. 26A | Mitte

One of Berlin‘s best bookstore offers a selected assortment of magazines and readings from around the world. The spectrum ranges from fashion, photography and art, through architecture, interior and design to cultural matters and society. We provide advice, research and compile your personal assortment.

At Ines Colmorgen’s Petit Boutique in Berlin Mitte, everything is selected and refined. Lovely and well-fitted clothes for children from 0-10 years can be found in this beautifully decorated shop. Petit Bateau, Bellerose, Pluiplui, Selana and Imps & Elfs. Shoes from Pom d‘Api, Galucci or Zecchino d‘oro. Few but very charming toys you’ll find in the shop. Unfortunately they don’t have a website yet. Petit Boutique

www.doyoureadme.de Open: Mo-Fr 12-19 Uhr, Sa 12-18 Uhr.

Tel.: +49-30- 84710712 Open: Mo-Fr 12-19 Uhr, Sa 12-18 Uhr.

Do you read me?! Auguststr. 28 | Mitte

BERLIN Shopping

FinKid Store Leonhardtstraße 24 | Charlottenburg Finkid is a children‘s clothing brand that originated in Finland - a country renowned for its spaciousness and love of nature. Their philosophy is dedicated to the ideas of freedom, fun, and discovery. stores.finkid.de Tel.: +49. 30. 31 01 63 50 Open: Mo-Fr 10-18 Uhr, Sa 10-14 Uhr.

74

circus magazine

d.nik-Kinder ConceptStore Wörther Straße 14 | Kollwitzplatz PrenzlauerBerg

Baby Manufactur Pariserstr. 21 | Charlottenburg

Im Berliner Kollwitzkiez befindet sich der d.nik KinderConceptStore. Im Prenzlauer Berg verkauft sich junges europäisches Design gut.. Dazu gibt es Kindermöbel-Klassiker, alles unter dem Thema Einrichtung, Kindermöbel und Wohnen mit Kindern.

Seit 2008 betreiben Kristine Stüvecke gemeinsam mit Ehemann das Kindergeschäft in der Pariserstr. Schwerpunkt der Baby Manufactur ist die Einrichtung des Kinderzimmers. Hierfür kommt die gelernte Innenarchitektin zur individuellen Planung auch gerne zu Ihnen nach Hause.

www.dnik-berlin.de Tel.: +49 30 318 05 752 Open: Mo-Fr 10-19 Uhr, Sa 10-18 Uhr.

www.babymanufactur.com Tel.: +49 30 318 05 752 Open: Mo-Fr 11-18 Uhr, Sa 11-16 Uhr.

THE BEST CHILDREN STORES IN BERLIN MORE SHOP TIPS CHECK SHOPIKON WWW.SHOPIKON.COM/BERLIN/SHOPPING-GUIDE

Kinderkaufhaus Brunnenstr. 24 | Mitte

Walking the Cat Mulackstraße 7 | Mitte Walking the Cat is originally an Online store for kids fashion (0-8 years) with the coolest and trendiest children’s fashions from all over the world. With an eye on the latest trends, they have lovingly selected the most fashionable German and international kidswear brands. Now they also have an POPUP Shop in Berlin Mitte. www.walkingthecat.com Open: Mo-Sa 12-19 Uhr

winzig & klein Veteranenstr. 24 | Mitte Winzig & Klein ist Modeboutique und Galerie. Ausgesuchte stilvolle internationale Kindermode für 0-10 jährige Kinder sowie zahlreiche exo-tische dekorative und unterhaltsame Kuriositäten aus aller Welt. www.winzigundklein.de Open: Mo 14-18.30 Uhr, Di-Sa 11-18.30 Uhr.

Das Kinderkaufhaus in Berlin Mitte bietet ein ausgesuchtes Sortiment an Kinderbekleidung Mädchen / Jungen von Größe 104 bis 158 , Schuhe, Möbel, Spielzeug, Kinderbücher und und Accessoires. Neben einer m umfangreichen Bekleidungsangebot ermöglicht as Angebot auch eine perfekte Gestaltung individueller Kinderzimmer. www.kinderkaufhausberlin.de Tel.: +49-30- 40054326 Open: Mo-Sa 10-19 Uhr


B

erlin may be widely celebrated as a party and night city with great food, cool clubs and music places but there are many historical places a must to be seen, like the Berlin Wall Memorial. Here we lined up some of the best must seen in Berlin.

l Topography of Terror Documentation Center, More than one million people visited the “Topography of Terror” in 2013, making the documentation center one of the most frequently visited places of remembrance in Berlin. During the “Third Reich” the headquarters of the Secret State Police, the SS and the Reich Security Main Office were located at the site, Niederkirchnerstraße 8. l Berlin City Tours. Another great way to explore the city is a guided tour. For the beginning it is great - like in many other cityts world wide - to take a tour with one of the sight seeing bus. You can also book a Berlin Art Tour (artberlin-online.de). Book a tour highlighting Bauhaus and Modernist architecture, or check out Berlin‘s green design scene. l Sightseeing per boat, Reederei Spreetours: See the city by boat as you travel along the Spree.

l Reichstag Visit 1990s glass dome on top of the 1890s Reichstag or the iconic Berliner Fernsehturm (TV Tower) for an aerial view. Look down to see Micha Ullman‘s memorial to the 1933 book burning at Bebelplatz; visitors peer down through a window in the middle of the square to find a library lined with empty shelves. l Museums The Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation runs 18 great museums, like the Nationalgalerie designed by Mies van der Rohe, the Hamburger Bahnhof (a contemporary art museum housed in an 1870s train station). Set aside a day for Museumsinsel, an island of five museums on l Stolperthe Spree. steine. In l C/O Berlin a city filled Foundation at with monuAmerika Haus ments and in Charlottenmemoriburg is a prials, two of vate foundathe most tion. Through thoughtcrowdfunding it was possible to finance the ful and beautifully designed memorials are in reconstrution of the „Amerika Haus“. As an ex- the ground: Stolpersteine (stumbling blocks) hibition center for photography, C/O Berlin are cobblestone-sized brass plaques listing the presents the work of rename, dates of birth, depornowned artists, organitation and death of victims of zes events, promotes tathe Nazi regime. They are inslented young artists, and talled in front of the buildings accompanies children where the victim resided. on voyages of discovery through our visual culCOOL CITIES is a new ture. visual city guide to the l Berlin Wall Memorial, hippest hotels, restauit is the central memorial rants, cafés, clubs, bars, site of German division, lounges, shops, and other located in the middle of highlights of such exciting the capital. Situated at the cities like Berlin. With a historic site on Bernauer great APP! Strasse, it extends along www.cool-cities.com 1.4 kilometers of the for9,95€ mer border strip.

YOU WILL NEVER RUN OUT OF THINGS TO SEE IN BERLIN. THE CITY IS THE HEART OF EUROPE AND FULL OF HISTORY.

circus magazine

75


STOCKIST

A

Abercrombie |www.abercrombie.com Agatha Ruiz de la Prada |www.agatharuizdelaprada.com AldoShoes |www.aldoshoes.com Amazon |amazon.com Angulus |www.angulus.dk Aristrocat Kids |www.aristocratkids.com Asos |www.asos.de

B

Bandit Kids |www.banditkids.com.au Barbour |www.barbour.com Barcarola |www.barcarolamodainfantil.com Billieblush |www.groupecwf.com Billybandit |www.groupecwf.com Bisgaard |www.bisgaardschuhe.de Blu Lua |blulua.com Blutsgeschwister |shop.blutsgeschwister.de Boboli |www.boboli.es Bugaboo | www.bugaboo.com

C, D,E

Camper | www.camper.com Catimini |www.zanniergroup.com ChloĂŠ Kids |www.groupecwf.com Converse |www.converse.com Diesel |store.diesel.com Dr. Oetker |www.oetker.de emu |www.emuaustralia.com

F

Falke |www.falke.com Fashion from Spain |www.fashionfromspain.com Feiyue | www.feiyue-shoes.com Fimi Madrid |www.fimi.es finkid |www.finkid.de Golden Goose |www.goldengoosedeluxebrand.com

G, H

Gap Kids |www.gap.com gestalten |shop.gestalten.com Guess Kids |guesskids.guess.com Hilda.Henri |www.hilda.henri.com Hunter |www.hunterboots.com

I, J, K

Iglo & Indi |www.igloandindi.com IKEA |www.ikea.com Il Gufo |www.ilgufo.it JAKA-O |www.jako-o.de J.Crew |www.jcrew.com

76

circus magazine

Junior Gaultier |www.zanniergroup.com Kenzo Kids |www.zanniergroup.com Kickers |www.kickers-schuhe.de Kitchen Aid |www.kitchenaid.de

L

Lee Kids |www.groupecwf.com Lili Gaufrette |www.zanniergroup.com Little Fashion Week |www.littlefashionweek.com Little Pieces |littlepieces.de Little Marc Jacob |www.groupecwf.com

M, N, O

Mango Kids |shop.mango.com Mayoral |www.mayoral.com Mini Boheme |www.miniboheme.com Mini Preen |preenbythorntonbregazzi.com name it |nameit.com Naturino |www.naturino.com Norman & Jules |www.normanandjules Oh! Soleil |ohsoleil.com

P, Q, R

Paglie |www.paglie.de Pan con Chocolate |www.panconchocolate.com Paul Smith Junior |www.zanniergroup.com Philipp Plein Junior |www.philipp-plein.com Polo Ralph Lauren |www.ralphlauren.com Reima |www.reimashop.com Remodelista |www.remodelista.com

S

Sam Edelman |www.samedelman.com ShowStyleKids |showstylekids.com Smallable |smallable.com Sorel |sorel.com

T

Tartine et Chocolat |www.zanniergroup.com Timberland |www.groupecwf.com TUC TUC |www.tuctuc.com Tata Kids Design |tatakidsdesign.com TeNeues |www.teneues.com

U, V, W

UGG |www.uggaustralia.com Uniqlo | www.uniqlo.com Wandlungen | www.wand-lungen.de

X, Y, Z

Zara Kids |www.zara.com


C ircus www.circus-magazine.de

TRENDS * TRENDS * TRENDS 5 MER 2014 REPORT SUM BEST OF INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN FASHION

FA

FA IR S PE ‘S BE ST FR O M EU RO 5 /1 14 20 LL /W IN TE R

circus magazine

1

Cover: Photography by Jules Villbrandt

To view our gift guide 2014 click here

Š Circus Magazine 2014, all rights reserved. This publication was produced by Circus Magazine | Publisher Ruth-Janessa Funk. Featured photography, editorial contents & designs have been carefully chosen. No part of this publication may be reproduced in whole or part without the permission of the publisher. Contributions and submissions are welcomed but no responsibility is taken. Every effort has been taken to make sure that the information and credits are correct before going online. If there are mistakes, please inform us. We hereby appologize in advance. No part of this publication may be reproduced in whole or part without the permission of the publisher. If you are interested in advertising or contributing please contact us at info@circus.magazine.de. Thank you! www.circus-magazine.de

circus magazine

77


„Creativity is contagious. Pass it on“ -- Albert Einstein --

C ircus www.circus-magazine.de

78

circus magazine


Circus Magazine 4*2014