Summer is here and we have brightly colored Berlin bags in our range. There are shoulder bags made of mesh and tarpaulin material. We love this material, it's just perfect for swim and gym gear.
The Berlin shopper shows the Berlin TV tower on one side and the Brandenburg Gate in a graphically minimalist design on the other. The handles made of thick cotton rope provide maritime flair.
70ies galore with the shopper: Fehrbelliner square made of mesh in bright colors. The Fehrbelliner Platz underground station was the inspiration for the bag. The underground station was designed by Rainer Gerhard Rümmler in the 1970s and has been a listed building since 2018.
With this Berlin bag, holiday feelings come up. On the mesh bag: the Spree government district is combined with the bright red sun.
The shopper Memorial Church stands out with its graphic textile design. The colorful print is inspired by the West Berlin landmark. What is special about the octagonal new building of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church are the glass window walls with their striking grid. The church building was built in 1961 according to plans by the architect Egon Eiermann.
The idea for the bags made of tarpaulin and mesh bags came from the idea of upcycling. We had a few meters of tarpaulin material left over from a trade fair that was printed with a prefabricated building facade. Since the sewing shop where we have our tea towels made also has sewing machines that can be used to process robust fabrics, we took the opportunity and this is how the first window shoppers were created.
Conclusion: If you are looking for special and fairly produced bags with Berlin motifs, you have come to the right place. All that remains is the difficult task of choosing the right model. Have lots of fun with it!