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Auf augenhoehe designs
This Berlin based brand is committed to empowering little people with classic clothing designed specifically for their body types. Although I don't see the designs on sale on their website, this is certainly a brand to watch.
Last summer Auf Augenhöehe presented a Spring 2018 collection at Berlin Fashion Week. The collection is wearable and fills a much needed clothing gap with what I refer to in the Stephanie Thomas Styling Method as, Starting Point Pieces, clothing designed in classic silhouettes that lay the foundation for an interchangeable wardrobe. Here is a peek at the show.