Origin: Berlin, Germany. 2020
Fräulein celebrates women in fashion, society, and culture, who passionately try to change the world for the better! Issue #29 is about the topic of birth. How does anything new come into the world? How do trends evolve? And above all, what does it mean for a woman to give birth to a child? With Insta poet Rupi Kaur, New York Times celebrated photographer Heji Shin and mythical Estonian artist Kris Lemsalu.
Collaborators in this issue:
"Suddenly one's ego seems insignificant in the face of the collective pain and danger, but also in the opportunities that are appearing.
It's almost as if there is a chance to give birth to a new world, one that is better than the old one. A world in which it is not only the ego that means something, but also the well-being of our neighbors, in which right-wing populists no longer have power and money is no longer the strongest currency. In a world where the economy is sustainable and looks towards the future, where creative solutions are the order of the day, not short-term profit. A world in which we no longer take everything for granted, and learn to make sacrifices instead of immediately giving in to the satisfaction of every impulse. A world that is all about a new view of the essential.
Contributors: Ron Hartleben, Richard Kern, Dario Calmese, Rupi Kaur, Anatoli Smith, Barbara Sukova, Peter Funch, Christian Werner, Benjamin Hampson, Thomas Hauser, Antje Peters, Tamar Van Waning, Kris Lemsalu, Joseph Kadow, Anika Meier, Diana Weis, Anjelica Angwin, Tobias Haberkorn, Pauline Curnier Jardin, Hanno Hauenstein, Heji Shin, Caroline Rosales, Sonja Sofia Yakovleva, Lilo Dossenbach, Damien Cummings.