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It's difficult to start to draw properly after a long break and I'm more relying on collages, prints and other techniques. Studying thistles with a lot of spines and thorns. Soft ribbons. A print with ribbons as stripes. People always love stripes, don't they? To be continued...

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In Bloom with.. is a series dedicated to good people we have around us and our AW17 collection. This is the first part of the Paris Edition, where we met the coolest people for a small convo about their city.
First out is Lucille

Age: 

37

Occupation: 

Market Research Director

Your favourite thing to do in Paris on a Sunday afternoon?

Stroll along the canal Saint Martin with my kids, stop for a nice buttery croissant and chill in the park.

Favourite restaurant, café or bar in Paris at the moment. Why?

I love Rice and Fish restaurant in rue Greneta because it is delicious sushi at a good price and a very down to earth vibe. I also love The Wild & the Moon for excellent vegan food in rue Charlot.

Where do you shop clothes, area or specific shop...? 

The Marais is great for shopping because you get high end designer labels but also high street or independent little stores. Rue Vieille-du-Temple for example... you can find luxurious vintage clothing or creative jewellery there.

Where do you go for “people-watching” / just to hang out in Paris? 

Any bar in rue de Bretagne is good if you can find a place to sit. Lots of trendy people hang around there but I much prefer finding a nice bar hidden away from all the fashionistas. 


Favourite museum or art gallery in Paris? 

The centre Pompidou or Le Palais de Tokyo as there are different exhibitions at the same time so you can spend a whole afternoon there learning and discovering Art.


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In Bloom with.. is a series dedicated to good people we have around us and our AW17 collection. This is the first part of the Rome Edition, where we met the coolest people for a small convo about their city.
First out is Josefine Samuelsson - @josefineasamuelsson

Age: 

40

Occupation:

Stylist for the Italian teenage brand called Subdued

Your favourite thing to do in Rome on a Sunday afternoon?

Ok, in the afternoon I will most definitely visit the Borghetto Flaminio Mercato, it's quite a big flee market where old rich ladies sell their stuff. I got soo much great stuff from there (amongst others a leather jacket with long long frills from Donna Karan from 1994, unworn shoes from Fendi's 1983 collection, a dark blue biker jacket from Les Copains, a leopard printed Valentino blouse. The list can go on forever).
I'll wrap that up with a nice glas of red wine with my friends at Giulio Passami l'Olio in the very heart of Rome.

Favourite restaurant, café or bar in Rome at the moment. Why?

Finger is great! Lovely food and great service. Nice environment. It's a restaurant that is quite "in" at the moment so you can do a fair bit of people spotting there. But I guess you don't come to Italy to eat Japanese food, so go to Trattoria Settimio dell 'ArancioGorgeous Italian food. Lovely wines. Great service. 
Bars? Gosh... if you want to go clubbing and bar hanging I'd advise you to go to Palazzo Dama, and their club Raspoutine. But it very much depends on the evening. Thursday are quite ok. I don't club much. I prefer eating. 

Where do you shop clothes, area or specific shop...?

I already mentioned Borghetto Flamino. Another famous and big flee market is Porta Porteses (only open on Sunday 07-13). Here you can find anything from vintage linen gowns from the beginning of the last century with amazing hand made lace. I also buy all
my bed linen there! Antique beautiful bedlinen for less money than IKEAs mass production. But you can also find glitter blouses from the 70's for a wild disco night. And the jewellery.. if you are lucky you find exclusive silver pieces for less than 10 euros.

Via Frattina and via Borgogna for you international high street shopping, via Condotti and via del Babuino for luxury shopping and via Governo Yecchio for more vintage stores and via Serpenti for a bit of everything. Via Serpenti is located in the cute neighbourhood Monti, where you must stop for a glas of something on Piazza della Madonna dei Monti.

Where do you go for “people-watching” / just to hang out in Rome?

Piazza delle coppelle, Monti, my little favorite wine bar il Gocetto on via Banchi Vecchie.
If you want to join the student crowd you should go to the San Lorenzo area close to the Termini station. But I'm too old for that.

Favourite museum or art gallery in Rome?

National Gallery of Modern Art! It's located in villa Borghese. It was recently updated and has a great collection of international as well as Italian artist from last century.  Or go to Villa Medeci on the top of the Spanish steps. Check up what exhibition they are doing when you are there, no, just go there anyway. Villa Medeci in itself is worth the visit. The garden, the cafe. Just go.


And also Maxxi Museum. Made by the late Zaha Hadid. For architecture lovers it's a must.

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In Bloom with.. is a series dedicated to good people we have around us and our AW17 collection. This is the first part of the Berlin Edition, where we met the coolest people for a small convo about their city.
First out is Julian Daynov - @julian_daynov
Our designer Emeli and the 5PREVIEW team got to meet Julian nearly forever ago and were always happy to follow him on his trips from fashion week to fashion week around the globe. After pretty long layovers in New York, London, Copenhagen and Paris, already for years now he calls Berlin his home, referring to it as the most exciting place on the plane or even the new New York. 

Done with all the hopping through various other capitals, Julian has now set his base in the former East part of Berlin and refuses to leave at least for the next couple of years. 

We asked him to very briefly point out the spots in town he likes hanging out at and literally, we felt we could fill a whole book with them - here just a small selection of all the Berlin-secrets Julian shared with us: 

Age: 

Forever 31 

Occupation: 

Fashion Director  

Your favourite thing to do in Berlin a Sunday afternoon?

In summer, i like going to the area of the former airport Tempelhof - you can sit down read a magazine, tour around on your bike or rollerblades and just chill in the green. The place is incredible in summer and attracts a lot of the city's cool crowd. Lovely is to also go to an open-air-cinema in the early evening, for example in the Volkspark Friedrichshain or for a late-swim with cocktails at Badeschiff.

On a cold Sunday in wintertime, I love locking myself in the Helmut Newton Foundation or often go to this really beautifully restored town pool/spa called Stadtbad Neuköln.

Favourite restaurant, café or bar in Berlin at the moment. Why? 

If I have the time for a proper long breakfast, I go to Benedict - they serve the most tasty things you belly could possibly accommodate. Also lovely is Betty'n Caty, but for quick thing on my way to the office, i usually pick up something at Zeit für Brot - a small bakery beyond all your diet roles or Daluma - the home of healthy breakfast bowls and cold pressed juice.

For a power lunch, I usually go to The Klub Kitchen - a cosy and super tasty spot right in my area; to Beets & Roots for a take-away-dish or to Maloa for a feel-good poke bowl. 

Dinners I most often have at Cecconi's - to me, the most outstanding Italian restaurant in town with incredible atmosphere and gorgeous staff. I tend to like Dudu a lot because the food is awesome, the set is casual cool and all people working there are so Berlin. 
When I am out on town with clients, i occasionally go to PaulySaal - an East-Berlin chick restaurant in the sports hall of a former Jewish school. Great food and vibrant surrounding.  

Where do you shop clothes, area or specific shop...? 

As someone working for fashion boutiques, i basically travel to see every new amazing retail spot on the planet, but luckily, three of my most favourite ones are in my city now:

I love going to the ANDREAS MURKUDIS store, occupying the former printery of an iconic Berlin newspaper. The space is incredible and hosts a great mix of design, fine art, jewellery, fashion and beauty. It basically showcases lots of my favourite brands and was the reason for fashionistas to re-discover the coolness of West Berlin. When it opened, the whole area was pretty much dead, but now it is the home of the city's most forward art galleries, design agencies and brand bureaus. Just recently, another awesome store opened right across - the one of ODEEH: a must-see German brand rapidly conquering a lot of catwalks, editorials and hearts.

Another spot I love browsing through is The Store on ground floor of The Soho House. Being literally 200 meters down from where I live, it paints a very dangerous zone for my wallet, but also serves me my daily dose of fashion-shots. It features the most bespoke brands of these days (Balenciaga, Off-White, Vetements, J.W. Anderson), but also a lot of fresh ones you only find in a small number of selected niche stores. The whole set-up is amazing, the way they display all pieces is fantastic and if you happen to be overwhelmed with what you see, you can take a break and have coffee or some really tasty food. All in one: my one-stop-shop.

The Voo store in Kreuzberg is probably the place most of Berlin's fashion-hungry visitors already consider a legitimate sightseeing-attraction. Fairly justified, it is the most liked place for hipster-homies and creatives, to shop understated and carefully curated apparel and accessories by ACNE, Marni, Wood Wood, Jil Sander, Raf Simons in a rather controversial, non-glamour and non-retail-related area of the city. 

In general, love staying in my side of town, East Berlin, be it for dining, going out or even shopping. The shops all along Torstrasse, Alte Schönhauser Strasse and Münzstrasse will definitely make you as visitor find a good catch.

Where do you go for “people-watching” / just to hang out in Berlin?

If often go to The Mauerpark on weekends - a green oasis just in the heart of the city, which lately transformed into a sort of Every-Sunday-Coachella-thing. This is where you can spot an uber eclectic mix of various people and sub-cultures: from hipsters, through street-style fanatics, punks up to fashion-wannabes, this is everything your eyes crave for. 

Strolling up and down the Torstrasse and sitting down at St. Oberholz or at Luiza in Kreuzberg can be quite spectacular too and will definitely being some eye-candy along. 

Favourite museum or art gallery in Berlin?

To me, spaces displaying art are very special and nearly as important as the art itself, so this is why I regularly stop by these ones, offering all my art-loving-heart craves for:

Sammlung Boros only upon tour-booking in advance via their homepage.

Also worth a quick browse-through are the various new spaces in the Auguststrasse.

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The "In Bloom" collection is inspired by the work of Yayoi Kusama. A precursor of the pop artminimalist and feminist art movements.

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Print from the AW17 collection inspired by the great Bob Dylan. 

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photo by @stinaalmer


We got some news for you! We just launched our totebag and notebook made for this collection. Find more details about our new products here. 

   
 5preview Note Book 5preview AW17 Tote Bag



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I'm now working on the allover prints. Thinking floral and feminine but listening to DISCHARGE in my headphones (otherwise I would probably be alone in the office right now. Amazing album covers by the way).

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After calmness, heat, sun, beaches and all summer it's kind of great to be back on track. Just dive into fall work, darkness & routine. The Autumn / Winter 18-19 collection is almost done, the design of the clothes at least.

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The inspiration comes from the late sixties /early seventies London based brand BIBA and it's beautiful mess of graphic prints, art noveau details, auntie colos and total decadence - the streetwear of the Swinging London. 


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The Autumn/Winter collection is inspired of the 70's shapes and fabrics, both for casual and party use. 
Autumn colors - like a bouqet of purple and orange irises that blooms in fall lightning up the dark with hints of Aventurines (the little turqoise gemstone) and gold. 5preview creates a feminine yet playful vintagelike modest look, with the cynical mood of the Nirvana song "In Bloom".


 
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Natali Miru wearing our super cosy ELVIS shorts in tangerine! 

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Our new Elliot tee with "Chunky Logo" print on front is featured in the latest issue of WWB
Thanks to stylist Victoria Jackson and photographer Rich Boyle.

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Image maker and content creator Elisa Schenke wearing our JOSIE linnen shirt

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Have you checked out our sweet summer sale?
We have put on a generous 50% discount off every item from our SS17 collection. 

And also you do get free shipping on order over €100!

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We love these absolute stunning images from a test shoot made in Hong Kong.

Special thanks to the amazing team: 
Photography @_chellechan
Ph. Assistant @byperspective
Styling @themcheung
Makeup @peggyti17
Hair @shuelai
Nail Art @ssstellalalala
Model @judithayu

Shop the featured pieces: DIXIE Jumpsuit, ARYA dress and LESLEY Jacket!


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Spotted in the lates issue of One Magazine – our lovely pleated Dascha Trousers
Special thanks to the creative team behind this shoot:

Model: Jemma Hansen
Photography: Christine Lutz


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It is sunny, it is hot and yep it is festival season. Our SS17 collection got your back for any occasion! Let's look at 3 perfect outfits for your favourite festival inspired by our 5Preview friends. 



The comfy sporty shorts: Our ELVIS shorts in Tangerine. Worn by Chariza, styled with a white crop top and white sneakers.


The Statement Socks: Our BOBBIE socks! Comes in a pack of 3. Very simple but bold detail to add to a plain outfit. Worn by Hanah


The Linnen Shirt: Our JOSIE shirt! A wide fit linnen shirt with front pockets and a cute little message on the side. Styled by Elisa in the perfect combo, with a textured skirt and a small bag for all festival necessities.


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