On our minds: Maiami

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by adakallgren on 24 January, 2016

One of the brands we are missing from the Berlin shows is Maiami, a knitwear label mixing traditional techniques with modern components.

In light of Berlin Fashion Week we look at the German brands we are missing from the show lineup. One of them is Maiami, a Berlin-based knitwear label mixing traditional techniques with modern components. With a dash of irony, Maiami incorporates motifs from popular culture (spinning from TV series to packaging design) and applies them to hand-made luxury knits. The unisex chunky sweaters, cardigans and accessories are made with contrasting natural materials as a reaction to the ‘artificial sentiment of the times’, and the label say to appreciate design suggestions from the public. Read more here

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