Donnerstag, 17. November 2011

Weimar and two new roommates


Yesterday was a holyday in Saxonia. My beloved M. and me went to Weimar the so called 'Wiege der deutschen Klassik'  (cradle of german classic) because a lot of the most popular german poets,writers, componists and musicians, artists and painters in the period of time 1738-1832 where spending some time here. Artists like Goethe, Schiller, Tischbein, Bach, Wagner and List spend a lot of their life time here.
Furthermore Weimar is an Unesco heritage and after the period of classic many popular artists went there. Weimar is also one of the towns the Bauhaus established a school.

 At this  'beautiful' trainstation we had to change the trains.
 Outfit details.
 Rings: Iam and

blue: vintage
babyblue and dark blue: Promod
Silver: from Praha
with ornaments: vintage from the flea market
nailpolish: Artdeco
 In the City Museum of Weimar. A special exhibition about the 'Schützen mit Armbrust'.

 The complete original intererieur  of the atelier of graphic artist Alexander Olbricht
 I have to say that my focus was on the interieurs and historic clothes, which are regulary exhibit in this museum. This 'Röhrenofen'(think it was brougth from the french) is a typical oven for this region of Germany in that time. In contrast to the ovens, which were popular in the prussian regions and the nothern regions of that time. There, 'Kachelöfen' were popular. The dutch Aristocrats (Oranier) brought them to Prussia.
 Here we have a beautiful and appropriate golden dress, which every Jane Austen fan  may dreams to wear.
 This is a typical prom dress inspired by the french fashion at this time. Very romantic and delicate.

 I`d like to have a tea party here. ;-)

 Some fashion for young women from the so called Biedermeier period.
 And a Biedermeier prom dress and a jacket.
 Fashion from the edge to a new time -> the roaring twenties aren`t far from here

I love the blue material and the very decent hat

 From the design school of Weimar. You can see the Art noveau tooked place in Germany too.

 Excavation of a cementary.
 It was sooooooooooooooo f**g cold in Weimar I had to buy a warm cap. In a sweet little botique I found this new roomate. Lilly, the racoon-looking-cap
 For my lovely C. -> a penguin!

My new roomate Nr. two: Wilhelmina the ficus.

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