Exhibition at OBJECT Australian Centre for Design



Object Gallery is Australia’s leading centre for contemporary design. Featuring Julia Knüpfer, Holly McQuillan and Georgia McCorkill,EVERGREEN presents a new generation of designers who are changing the look and feel of ‘eco’ fashion with innovative and beautiful designs.Many Australians consider sustainability when making lifestyle choices, however the process of applying these values to fashion is made difficult by the depth and complexity of information.

While consumers and designers are united in their aspirations for a more sustainable future, there remains a gap in consumer understanding, and eco-conscious designers are faced with considerable challenges in realising their designs.

Visiting Object

St. Margarets, 417 Bourke St
Surry Hills NSW 2010


Toronto Alternative Art & Fashionweek


Unter dem Thema ” natural currencies” präsentierte ica watermelon in Kooperation mit dem Goethe Institut Toronto und FAT die Kollektion “soft bonds” . Die Alternative Art & Fashionweek in Toronto ist eine Plattform für innovative und experimentelle Arbeiten im Bereich Design, Musik, Kunst und Kultur mit über 200 nationalen und internationalen Teilnehmern.


27.April 2011/ 21.00 uhr/ 99 SudburyStreet/ Toronto, ON M6J 3S7
Danke an alle Sponsoren und Organisatoren: Goethe Institut Toronto, Vanja Vasic from FAT, Kirsten Jurchen, Create Berlin, Heidi Ackerman& Lindsay Sinclair

Installation “Humanity in Fashion Award” by hessnatur


Präsentation der Kollektion “soft bonds”

20.Januar 2011 9-17uhr
Römischer Hof, Palazzo Italiano
Unter den Linden 10
10117 Berlin

Danke an Jan, Uli, Anne, Anna, Basti, Marcel, Johann und Nele

Mehr dazu unter http://de.hessnatur.com/blog



At a time where it’s simply unacceptable not to be part of the online fashion universe, the Berlin-based label network The Offer made the conscious decision to present itself on the classic platform of fashion with its THE OFFER MAGAZINE Issue No.1. In line with the label collective’s fashion and accessories, they not only focus on the touch, feel and experience of their fashion – they also want to take a stand parallel to the exciting and continuously growing world of fashion blogs.

The magazine is not only going to communicate The Offer’s aesthetic philosophy and creative standards, thus also telling stories about life and work in Berlin, Europe’s most creative city. It also functions as an almost practical basic commodity and tool to present and make transparent the design network’s way of working – as a whole, but also by featuring the labels and people who are part of it at the moment.


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“THE WHITE PROJECT” at Black Box Theatre


White pieces from icawatermelon for ” THE WHITE PROJECT ” in cooperation with the designnetwork The Offer Berlin.

On the occasion of this July’s Berlin Fashion Week and within the context of an extraordinary performance/exhibition concept, the Berlin-based label collective The Offer presented the collections of its ten designers On July 7th at Black Box Theater. Every designer presented one model, clothed all in white.

The effect thus achieved between the different kinds of white fabrics and materials and the all-black space they are located in, was accentuated by an individual and original light concept as well as a song especially composed for the event.


comtesse de la haye
gabriel & schwan
helena koj
ica watermelon
marit ilison
sven bertil
tata christiane
von bardonitz

Photos: Christoph Wehrer