What kind of November was that? I almost forgot to light the first light on the Advent wreath. Luckily I can put the blame on Versace, Jil and Linda.
Because Frankfurt is not only just Full of Christmas stalls including a gacky tree ;-) (Have you ever seen the fir tree in Düsseldorf?) There's also a lot of other stuff going on. And while I'm on the subject of Düsseldorf. The city on the Rhine is considered a fashion city. Just like Munich or of course our slightly boastful capital. Yes, even Hamburg has some fashionable publishers to show off.
Only Frankfurt seems to be stuck with its financial image. Every now and then, advertisers complain that the location could quietly present its qualities more with a broad chest in the country. Everyone nods, and then continues to live comfortably on the Main. But that's over now!
Italian chic and Hanseatic style
Frankfurt has made its chest quite broad! Because who is showing the first exhibition of the only world-class female fashion designer - Jil Sander? Well? Exactly. We in Frankfurt. At the Museum Angewandte Kunst to be more precise. Until May 6, "Jil Sander. Präsens" shows how the Hamburg-based designer has changed "the idea of beauty" for women.
Swinging and fashionable was all that went on in November: the Versace boutique reopened on Goethestraße - Italian style at its finest. Of course, eccentric, gold decorated blousons or cloths hang on the hangers, for which Versace is known. But all in all: fine, beautiful, elegant camel coats or burgundy handbags with very strong everyday flair. I was pleasantly surprised at the opening.
Well, and then I've been exclusively letting in participants of my Fashion Tour for two years now, where the hidden, special shopping stores of Frankfurt are. After all, the blog here isn't called "InsideFFM" for nothing.
Win a voucher for 150<x>ampersand</x>euro; for Frankfurt's most beautiful shoe salon
Do you know Frankfurt's most beautiful shoe shop? You see. I thought so. Then it's high time that I introduce you to my favourite shoe shop. I have to sigh in delight just thinking about Linda Schuhsalon on Goethestraße.
Ach, what am I saying? Into gushing, dreaming and sighing I feel. It's just a shoe shop like no other. Most people would expect such an extravagant salon in Wiesbaden, Cologne or Munich. The shop is a family business, which is not unusual for Goethestraße, and offers Italian shoe dreams: from practical Chelsea boots in a hip mustard tone to overknee boots and funky loafers, everything and more is available.
I have already paid a visit to the beautiful shoe store and am very happy that we offer this insane raffle for you here on Frankfurt-Tipp.
You win twice: First the generous voucher for 150 €. Then, an additional whopping discount awaits the lucky winner in "Linda Schuhsalon", which runs until the end of the month. I'm looking forward to meeting the winner in person and now wish her all the best of luck in entering.
To be in the draw pot, all you have to do is email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject "Linda" and tell me: What is your favorite store and why?
The winner will be drawn on 12/14/2017 and then notified by me! Good luck *
Goethestraße 7 / Rathenauplatz 2 - 8
JIL SANDER im MUSEUM ANGEWANDTE KUNST (MAK)
Until 6. May 2018
* Conditions of participation: The winner will be drawn on 14.12.2017 and subsequently notified. Employees of Trifels Verlag GmbH and their relatives are excluded from participation. Participation only from the age of 18. No correspondence can be entered into about the competition. The legal process is excluded. Cash payment of the prizes and resale are not possible