It's clothes that make the man/woman, so the saying goes. Have you ever admired someone's sense of style and wondered what it is that makes them appear so "put together"? Looking good evidently takes more than just throwing on the latest trends in the display windows. A lot of people who enlist my services find it difficult to decide what really suits them. And this problem is aggravated further when they don't know where to buy the clothes that do.

As a Munich native born and raised, I know the “city with a heart” like the back of my hand. I studied fashion design here at the Deutsche Meisterschule für Mode München from 1989 to 1991 and then spent many years working as an assistant designer, costume designer and professional saleswoman (at Ludwig Beck, Annette Görtz and Petit Faune). In parallel, I created my own women's fashion collection.

Fashion has a long tradition in Munich. Internationally renowned enterprises such as Escada, Etienne Aigner or Bogner were founded here. Willy Bogner, Gabriele Blachnik, Johnny Talbot and Adrian Runhof are legendary "veterans" of the Munich fashion scene. And there are countless small design studios that take their inspiration from the town's look and feel. The inner city and a variety of other quarters are an ideal shopping range for every taste, from international luxury brands to individual designer collections. With its multi-faceted appeal, Munich is thus one of Germany's leading fashion locations.