textures of concrete and metal versus textures of clothes – architextures. there has always been a strong connection between fashion and architecture, so here’s my exploration of both.


it was a perfect coincidence, that i could attend an architecture photography workshop last weekend with a lot of instagram friends. tim hatton from london gave a great lecture about the theoretical aspects and afterwards no building was safe from our cameras and my poses. we went to the university of economics campus in vienna with lots of architectural masterpieces.

it was a very inspiring day together with a great group of instagramers and as one of the results i’m really happy to include some of michael pruegl’s pics in this post.

i chose a minimalist black and white outfit to mirror the reduced architecture. my new patrick mohr x reebok sneakers with the geometric pattern are also fitting the scenery perfectly. they are also the perfect match to my new christopher shannon sweatpants, which i got during the summer sale.

fun fact: christopher shannon also used to work for helmut lang before launching his own label in 2000. everyone reading this blog should already know that helmut lang is still one of my favorite designers and was my childhood inspiration. therefore it’s great to know that some of his disciples are now also finding their way in the fashion industry, since helmut lang decided to quit fashion. but his ideas still live on in so many of today’s designs!

jacket: helmut lang vintage –similar here
sweater: raf simons –similar here
sweatpants: christopher shannon
sneakers: patrick mohr x reebok by zalando

location: wu campus, 1020 vienna
photographer: lady venom, michael pruegel