At Faunauge, there is always something to win on special occasions. Stay up to date on the Faunauge homepage or on Instagram and don’t miss out on a competition! Because I promise you: it’s worth it!Continue reading Competition at Faunauge
Welcome to the contemplative spaces of the shop studio! Next to the workshop for hats in Leipzig, this beautiful place is suitable for events and functions. Faunauge organises parties and theatrical evenings on a loose regular basis.Continue reading Events at Faunauge in the Shop Studio
The fact that there is finally a Faunauge shop studio is a good reason to celebrate. That’s exactly what we did! It was a wonderful celebration. Check out the pictures of the Grand Opening at the end of September 2019. The brilliant opening was duly celebrated.Continue reading Grand Opening of the atelier Faunauge
The cover shoot for the Weddingsträume Weddingmagazin Sachsen 2020/2021 was something very special for Faunauge. Because the cover model Freddy Holzapfel wore a fascinator that I designed especially for this event.Continue reading Faunauge on the cover of the wedding magazine “Hochzeitsträume Sachsen” (Wedding Dreams Saxony)
You can get married not only in summer. You can also celebrate a wedding in winter, when it’s freezing cold and there might be snow. This is proven by the Bridal Shooting by wedding planner Britta Diebel. We went to the Greifensteine to do it.Continue reading Bridal Shooting in freezing cold
They say you get a chance when you’re not thinking about it. That’s what happened to me once at the great festival of the black scene in Leipzig, the Wave Gotik Treffen. As it happened, I met my favourite mead seller (my favourite place to go for years has been a stall at the Moritzbastei) on the way from one festival location to the next on the tram. Without knowing that I make hats, he told me he needed a big ship’s hat but didn’t know where to find something special like that. I offered to make him his very own custom ship’s hat. We met again later at the Sixtina, an absintheria in Leipzig’s city centre, to discuss all the details. I immediately set to work!Continue reading A ship as a hat: Set sail!
Anticipation is the most – well, you know.
This year I’ve been looking forward to seeing Pentecost finally approaching and the Wave Gothic meeting begins. I had plenty of time to think about my style this year and to put my ideas into practice. For the “Jübiläums-Festival”, the WGT went over the stages of the city of Leipzig for the 25th time in 2016, the costume was to be particularly elaborate. So I was looking forward to our overnight guests from Bamberg and Wittenberg. Of course, we were all very curious to see what the event schedule would look like. So the five-day black party could almost begin! Continue reading Wave Gothic Festival 2016
For the second time I have organised a vintageshoot. The first vintageshooting took place in Noel’s Ballroom. Now this time we moved into the Old Commercial Schoolin the Gießerstraße in Leipzig. I took some great pictures of my headdress and my little hats. But read and see for yourself!Continue reading Vintage shooting at the Old Commercial School in Leipzig
You know what it’s like: newsletter after newsletter trickles into your inbox and spam folder day and night. Sometimes, however, there is something useful in it. This was the case in late autumn 2015, when I received an advertisement for the world’s largest creative fair in Frankfurt am Main, Creative World. It had a special section: “Hatmaker”. You could send in any kind of hat. As it happens, the deadline was only 14 days away. For me, that meant: GO NOW, HURRY!Continue reading Faunauge’s Bridal Fascinator at Creative World 2016
I first worked with the lovely and creative Julia Seyfarth in 2017. I was going monochrome for a long time, black and white, a few coloured details at most. But through Julia’s influence and her vintage fashion in bright colours, I was inspired to create new radiant creations. Exciting fascinators were created, for which I learned traditional fabric folding techniques and adapted them for myself. Julia provided me with her fabric cuts and I made perfectly fitting headdresses. What was still missing was a proper vintage shooting …Continue reading Vintage shooting with Julia Seyfarth Design