So after 6 years, 4 months and 3 days; more than a million suggestions and „pieces of advice“, it was finally time to decide what would be the theme of the ETVAS MAG premiere issue. Two pieces of advice stood out among all the others. 1. Talk about things that you love or that bother you… 2. Write things that you’d want to be remembered by in case there is no second issue…..Easy…. Newton, Versace, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Chinese Food and GURU……“The Classics“.
EDITORIAL: „VERSACE in Retrospect“
#MODEL Valentina Belleza
#MAKEUP Nora Pommer
Art Direction & Photography Vivienne Loi
Creative Director Aaron Allred
AROUND THE CHURCH
The Fashion Gods shine upon Berlin!
On Friday July 10 after the sun sets, ETVAS Magazine goes to the church. A 200 meter open-air catwalk will circle the Zionskirche in the heart of Berlin-Mitte, where some of Berlins most beautiful models, wearing some of the hottest designs from past, present and future, answer the question „Is Fashion Dead?“.
CATWALK UNDER THE SKIES OF BERLIN
The days of Berlin being known as the „Trashy Capital“ of Europe fashion are gone… Its official: Berlin is a “Fashion City”. And the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week-Berlin has become, almost single-handedly, responsible for this transformation. But limited size and seating capacity has meant that only a chosen few have been able to enjoy this peek into the Berlin fashion world. But this summer…
HOMEY CHOW – LATE NITE RESTAURANT
American Soulfood meets New York Chinatown:
Its the mid 1970’s…..On the 5th floor of a high-rise office building on Canal Street, in the middle of Chinatown, New York, there were two loft apartments. One was occupied by Jon Moressi, the Creative Director of some fashion magazine and the other was a mysterious office where on the door it said “Homey Chow- Private Detective”.
It was not really known what was went on inside, but when Mr. Moressi looked out his peephole at 5 in the morning he would see people like Andy Warhol, Miles Davis or Bruce Lee going into this mysterious Private Detective office….. And the smell that came out was a heavenly mix of Chinese dumplings, fried chicken and strangely enough, waffles……