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ZDF

On our Rococo page, you can find the clothing of the court which we manufactured for the TV-documentary “ZDF-Expeditionen” (ZDF Expeditions) about Catherine the Great.

www.docstation.de/
www.zdf.de/


 

 

Langenfeld Museum

We manufactured this Baroque dress for a permanent exhibition at the Langenfeld museum. You can find out more about its background on our Baroque page.

www.kulturelles-forum-langenfeld.de/

 

 

Fischach Doll Museum

For the newly opened doll museum, the “Kinderlachen” foundation in Fischach, there are 2 women’s dresses and 8 children’s dresses from the 1860s in a permanent exhibition on our Biedermeier/2.Rococo period page.

 

 

Hunsrück Museum

We manufactured this pair from the German late Renaissance period for the Hunsrück museum, which you can find on our Tudor page.

www.hunsrueck-museum.de

 

 

 

Gudrun Landgrebe photographed by Carsten Sander

We have designed a Tudor costume for the actress Gudrun Landgrebe for the catalogue“SURFACE - an exploration of fantasy and desire” by the Munich photographer Carsten Sander. Everyone involved worked on this project pro bono and the book’s profits are donated to SOS Children’s Villages.

www.carstensander.com
de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gudrun_Landgrebe


 

 

Schloss Landshut Museum (Switzerland)

On occasion of an exhibition at the museum 'Schloss Landshut' in Switzerland we created this baroque suit from black cotton velvet.. For the childrens dress we choosed a black-gold brocade.

www.schlosslandshut.ch

 

 
Tournüren-Hochzeitskleid für Schloss Letzlingen Letzlingen Castle Exhibition

We designed this bustle dress for an exhibition at Letzlingen Castle, which displayed wedding dresses from the 19th century. You can find it on our “Victorian / Edwardian” page.

www.dome-schloesser.de
 

 

 

Karlheinz Stockhausen

Italian Renaissance costumes, manufactured for the world premiere of a piece by the composer Karlheinz Stockhausen for the flute, played byKathinka Pasveer. The costume was made for the 5 hour series KLANG, which represents 24 hours of the day. Each hour has its own colour.

The blue on the dress was predetermined for us exactly (HKS 50 K blue)..

www.stockhausen.org
de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karlheinz_Stockhausen


 

 

Pro 7

For a production in the “WunderweltWissen” (The Wonderful World of Knowledge) series (TV channel ProSieben), filming took place in our workshop on the subject “The History of Corsets.” The documentary shows very clearly the changes in body shapes over the course of the last four centuries, that is, from the beginning of corsets in the 16th century, to their end at the beginning of the 20th century. You can find the corsets we manufactured for this with the costumes which go with them in their respective eras.

www.prosieben.de/lifestyle_magazine/

 

 

St. Wendel Museum

In an exhibition about Duchess Luise (Prince Albert’s mother) at St. Wendelmuseum (Saarland), you can find the Empire costume manufactured by us in our Regency category which is based on an original pattern from an 1806 fashion magazine, including a bonnet (head covering).

www.museum-wnd.de/


 

Rossina Dance Group

We manufactured this costume for the Hamburg dance group Rossina, which you can find in the Tudor category, as well as a Rococo dress which you can find out about on our Rococo page.

www.rossina.de


 

 

Andrea Schacht

The reading tour by the bestselling author Andrea Schacht for her new book “Der dunkle Spiegel” (The Dark Mirror) took place in this houppelande manufactured by us. You can find it along with another costume for Ms. Schacht on our Middle Ages page.

www.amazon.de
www.andrea-schacht.de

 

 

Pantagruel Music Ensemble

In the Tudor category, you can see this costume which we worked on for the singer of the English Renaissance music ensemble “Pantagruel.”

www.pantagruel.de

 

 

Innatex

In the Middle Ages category (nettle costumes), we introduce a nettle costume which we produced for Innatex, Europe’s largest natural textile trade fair.

www.innatex.de


 

Anton Höger

The Munich painter Anton Höger ordered this hennin(head covering) from us, which we have put on our Middle Ages page. You can see it in his painting “Tanz der Salome” (Dance of the Salome) here.

www.schachinger-muenchen.de/