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11 June 2024

Vintage fashion, recycling, and food as art are the themes of the MAK Fashion Lounge series, with a market, workshops, talk, and culinary delights in the summer palace and garden of Geymüllerschlössel

Today, previewed the program of the MAK Museum of Applied Arts' 'Fashion Lounge' series, which will take place in one of the museum's branches, the Geymüllerschlössel. Vintage, recycling, and food as art are the guiding keywords of the program 2024. In a few days on June 16, vintage fashion fans will meet at the MAK Fashion Lounge N° 3 to explore and buy pieces from the curated collection of content creator and fashion expert Judith Bradl, who is known for presenting her colorful looks at It's announced that the vintage market will offer music, food, and drinks throughout the day. Additionally, it will be possible to join a guided tour of Florentina Leitner's exhibition at the Geymüllerschlössel and an upcycling workshop to create floral brooches with the designer herself.

The MAK calendar offers a preview of the next Fashion Lounge events on June 30 and September 1, both with a special focus on food. At the Fashion Lounge N° 4, fashion professionals from the media, fashion theory, art & food will talk about the trend of luxury labels applying their style to the culinary world and the general links between fashion and food. On September 1 at the Fashion Lounge N° 5, a culinary happening is announced with the first preview of the available dishes - interpretations of Austrian autumn classics.

Admission to the garden is generally free. Registration is required for group events, and there are varying fees for tours and workshops. See the MAK website for details and registration.

Images, from left:
The picture shows Judith Bradl in one of her exclusive pieces, which can be explored and purchased at the Vintage Market of the Fashion Lounge N° 3 at the MAK Museum of Applied Arts branch Geymüllerschlössel on June 16, 2024. Photo: © Judith Bradl. Right: The garden of the summer palace Geymüllerschlössel in Pötzleinsdorf, Vienna. Photo: © MAK.

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