Last Friday, August 5, two exclusive jackets from Tresor 31‘s exhibition “Techno, Berlin und die große Freiheit” were stolen. Two items that represent an iconic piece of electronic music and fashion history.
From July 8 to August 28 Tresor Berlin hosted its series of exhibitions and concerts entitled “Tresor 31: Techno, Berlin and the great freedom“. Besides its section dedicated to music, the expo also featured plenty of shows to enjoy. Including everything from art, culture, clubbing and fashion. On this occasion, apparently, two models from the last category were stolen on one of the exhibition days.
In 1994, Berlin-based designer Elsa Wormeck, also known as Elsa4toys, collaborated with iconic ravewear brand Sabotage to create a series of limited and ultra-rare jackets (only 100 models in existence) Recycled from the banners used to decorate the 1992 Love Nation party during the Love Parade festival. The coats were borrowed from his personal collection.
Reportedly, the two items went missing during the exhibition on August 5. Two eye-catching pieces with their special patterns that reflect the relationship between “electronic music and fashion in the 1990s“.
The legendary club reopened its doors in May of this year. After a long break due to the pandemic that started in March 2020. The 7-week exhibition celebrated 31 years of the iconic club, including more than 20 club nights at Tresor, Globus and OHM. As well as 8 concerts at Kraftwerk and an exhibition that delved into the last three decades of the music scene’s evolution
Tresor Berlin posted the unfortunate news of the missing jackets through its social media channels on August 25. And asks the community to share any information they may have about the stolen items by e-mailing email@example.com.
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