Berlin's Legendary Fashion Icon on the Explosion of Culture in 1989

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1989 might have been the most important year in German history after the war. For four decades, the country had been divided into the west, the Federal Republic of Germany, and the East the communist German Democratic Republic. In this first episode, fashion Designer Claudia Skoda’s story gives us an insight into the bohemian mindset of the 80s when Berlin attracted artists from all
over the world.

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