GEWICHT: 59 kg
Intime Dienste: Bisexuell: ja, Fisting Klassiker, Entspannende Massage, Nylon- und Strapserotik, Spitting
At Tangoloft in Wedding, a special occasion was celebrated on 5 April: During its birthday party, Weddingweiser meets Cindy Reimer and Yoerk Koerk, the creative minds behind the label. Bitch Wedding is a label which connects art and commerce. We are a reflection of street, art and proletariat. Dirty, intelligent, authentic, great. Wedding is happening on the streets, Bitch Wedding is the street.
Also, we engage in social projects and will start projects with Berlin teenagers, such as design and photo workshops. Products created during these workshops will be sold through our label, and the earnings will go to the teens and social projects. An interesting element will also be the products created together with social projects. Our online shop will go online on the 15th of April, Away from the classical sales-strategy, we show our things in an environment typical for Wedding.
This will increase the tension. It might happen that you can find the new shops only via Facebook or texts. We want to neutralise this image in a humorous and self-ironic way and put a focus on the good parts of this area.
We also do this by interviewing people on the streets and putting these interviews online. How long have you been working on this project? What can the readers of this magazine expect? Interesting articles from Wedding — real and pure with a hint of irony and our subjective and awesome view. A persiflage of the Berlin-Hipster-Lifestyle, seen from a Wedding perspective. All of this is produced in excellent print quality and was started without any funding.
All of our friends who work with us have been living in Wedding and managed to meet and love the surroundings in their personal way. Anywhere else in Berlin the trend goes towards expensive luxury housing. The areas mutate into anything else but good places to live with interesting cultural scenes. We hope to get this across. We have a lot of things planned, and our ideas grow exponentially — of course. And then you just have to work on that. Or put in different words: First we take Manhattan, then we take Berlin — what else!