Snoopy & Belle in Fashion makes its international debut and brings top designer names to Berlin
The travelling exhibit Snoopy & Belle in Fashion opened July 8, 2015 at Ermelerhaus at Art'otel Berlin Mitte.
Bringing together some of the world's top design talents, the exhibition features all new one of a kind creations for the on-trend vinyl Snoopy and Belle dolls!
The designer duo Kaviar Gauche participated in the exhibition and presented their all new creation for the lovely siblings.
Among the guests were Barbara Becker, Shermine Shahrivar, Franziska Knuppe, Tanja Bülter and the wife of late Charles M. Schulz, Jeannie Schulz.
The fashion leaders designing for Snoopy and Belle include: Anna Sui, Betsey Johnson, Bibhu Mohapatra, Calvin Klein Collection, Christian Siriano, Costello Tagliapietra, DKNY, Diane von Furstenberg, Dsquared2, Dries Van Noten, Emanuel Ungaro, Isaac Mizrahi, Isabel Marant, J. Mendel, Kenneth Cole, Lisa Perry, MAC Cosmetics, Opening Ceremony, Philip Treacy, Rodarte, Royal Asscher, Swarovski, Tracy Reese, VPL by Victoria Bartlett, Zac Prosen and Märta Larsson.
Snoopy & Belle in Fashion first premiered at the New Museum in New York and coincides with the celebration of the 65th anniversary of the beloved comic strip Peanuts, where Snoopy and Belle were born.
Marking the anniversary, and all-new CGI 3D feature film from Twentieth Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios as well as all new TV animation are in production to be released in 2015.
Snoopy & Belle in Fashion will continue touring internationally with next stops in Paris, Milan and Tokyo.
More about Snoopy & Belle:
Snoopy stepped out of Charles M. Schulz comic strip, Peanuts, and turned soft and huggable in 1968 when Determined Productions presented the world with its first cuddly plush Snoopy. In no time, Snoopy fans around the world began asking for clothes to dress him in. In 1976, Snoopy's sister Belle made her debut in the Peanuts comic strip and later became a plush doll with a complete wardrobe. 1984 the plush dolls went from wearing clothes to wearing couture, when high end fashion designers like Karl Lagerfeldt, Diane von Furstenberg, Gucci, Versace and more, dressed them up for the first ever Snoopy in Fashion show. The collection soon became an exhibition going around the world during the mid-1980's.
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