The unfettered joy of an eccentric mix of styles from historical epochs – with no consideration of rules of combination – forms the foundation for the sweet-kitsch topic. Some aspects draw on the golden pomp of the baroque era, while others source ancient elements or ecclesiastical relicts from the middle ages. Indeed, gothic, sacral chic is mixed with Greek motifs lust as pleasurably as it is disrespectfully. Uniform fashion meets biscuit porcelain, while high gloss furniture encounters gold leaf decoration. The comeback for wasteful pomp is the factor that ties everything together.

 

Historic Kitsch

Fabergé

 

Corinna Dolderer

 

Alraune

 

Marjon Reinsberger

 

Pomellato

 

Leonardo

 

Jacqueline Urbach

 

Marc Cain

 

Monika Stöckinger

 

Orwell

 

COLORS_Shining pastel tones are supported by silver and a lot of white; red, black and  gold complement the range of colors.

 

FASHION_Frilly skirts and blouses; high, standing collars; trimming and sequin embroidery; toga blouses and tunics in Greek look; shoes with gemstone applications; jackets and blousons in uniform style.

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FASHION_Frilly skirts and blouses; high, standing collars; trimming and sequin embroidery; toga blouses and tunics in Greek look; shoes with gemstone applications; jackets and blousons in uniform style.

 

LIVING_White lacquer furniture; cozy carpets; ground glasses with gold edges, biscuit porcelain; church-like interiors; Venetian material patterns; curved, baroque furniture and accessories, trimmings for textile decoration.

 

JEWELRY_Cameos and gems; aged silver; rose wreaths; extravagant crucifix pendants; sacred forms and motifs; medal jewelry; rose rings; coral.

 

Pro-fashion

 

Steffen Lang

 

Atelier Zobel

 

Drachenfels

 

Trippen

 

Glanz + Gloria