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
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
The global slow fashion movement is an important part of raising awareness about sustainability and fairer treatment of the workers who make the world’s clothes. The majority of consumers are often unaware of the working conditions under which garments are made or deliberately ignore them. But more and more consumers are speaking out publicly to reverse the disparity. The producers are getting a face, no longer appearing in a mass whose needs are not heard.Continue reading Who made my clothes? I made your hat! – About sustainability in fashion
Faunauge was invited by Christian Bornto decorate his bridal hairstyles with beautiful ribbons, flowers and pearls for beautiful pictures at a bridal shoot. The atmosphere was relaxed and it was fascinating to watch. So let yourselves be enchanted by the beautiful hairstyles!Continue reading See behind the scenes from the spring 2017 bridal shoot
Although my background in designing jewelry for Faunauge often comes from the black scene, the most important part of my personality is theatre. I have worked a lot on and behind the stage and know what is important when an actor or actress uses a costume part. I love the sensitive work with actors. In this blog post I give some insight into my previous work for theatre and film. I was allowed to rework a huge collection of unsightly hats from a theatre fundus, build funny bumblebee wings or even run the entire costume for a Christmas fairy tale production. Continue reading Faunauge for theatre and film
At Faunauge, all possible and impossible materials are used. This way I can fulfil the most unusual wishes. In this article you can read about the materials I use, the jewellery I create and the care tips you should follow.Continue reading Material for headdresses and appropriate care tips
Individual pieces of jewellery for individual wearers. According to this motto, I would love to create your headpiece or whatever piece you adore to support your special occasion. I make new pieces for my customers by following my Faunauge style. Please use the contact form to send me your individual request. We will talk about basic styles and details in conversations and via email. Detailed formulations are essential to a successful production. I consider colours and cut of the customers dress as well as her or his personality. As recently as all questions have been answered, I start creating the piece and the order is official. I send photos of the creation process to be sure the piece I develop is to the customer’s liking.
If you already like one of my piecces in the shop but would like to order another colour or fastener, you can send me an email and tell me your request. So I can create a similar piece that really agrees your taste.
The art of folding fabric into flowers has long been a tradition in Japan. Learn more about this art, called Kanzashi, and what it means to Faunauge.Continue reading Japanese Fabric Flowers – Kanzashi
The awareness of upcycling and sustainability within our consumer society is steadily increasing. After large factories have been collecting material for decades in order to reprocess it, a similar process is making its way into domestic households. If an old object no longer finds a use in its original purpose, it is changed and upgraded. Upcycling, a movement that is certainly familiar to every tinkerer:in. Faunauge also makes use of this trend and exploits the advantages it brings with it.Continue reading Upcycling – Faunauge and sustainability