It’s a humid July evening in Berlin. Under the watchful Eye of Horus that looms above the central hall of super-club Berghain, a crowd of dancers sit in a concentric circle, moving their arms to the steady drone of Turkish singer Emre Demirtas’s wavering vocals. Their chests are laid bare and long, while golden skirts are tightly bound around their waists. Around them, audience members are crowded in hushed reverie. The air smells of burned sage and damp concrete.
Photos by @_generation_black
THE ICONIC BERLIN FASHION LABEL TAKES ITS PLACE IN THE CITY’S HISTORY.
UY Studio serves up genderless looks that echo the minimal beats and simple silhouettes of Berlin's techno underground.
Since 2013, the label's monochrome leather skirts and low-cut tanks put Berlin aesthetic on display.
Getting around the club’s famous “no photos” policy, Nadia Morozewicz lensed the primal performance in the techno temple
Collaboration between UY Studio & Manue Tozzi Sound Yakov lev Premiered at the Museum of Design Zurich May 19