Augustin Teboul-Haute Couture Fashion Designer from Berlin

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Minimalism and luxury receive a new definition with Augustin Teboul, a Berlin-based fashion label noted for the surrealist spirit and the most versatile use of only one colour; an inky black. 

It’s a unique imagery that meets your eye at the pages of the Augustin Teboul lookbooks and imaginatively staged installation videos that replace common fashion shows. Creatures from unknown dreams, clad in blackness of different textures; shapes that seem to emerge from the dead of night on the edge between dreams and nightmares. Augustin Teboul is amazing surrealism to wear – part ready-to-wear, part Haute Couture, strong and vulnerable like Baudelaire’s metre, visionary and sharp like Gustave Doré’s engravings. The designers weave a unique fashion story that develops further each season. Each collection displays a new take, a new scene from what seems the same dreamy setting: black veils, bejewelled netting and lace, embroideries and crochet, rich textures and beads in a never-ending flow of inspiration.

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FACTS AND AWARDS

Both designers, the German-born Annelie Augustin and the French-born Odély Teboul, have graduated with honours from Esmod Paris. Each has worked for world-famous labels, for Yohji Yamamoto for Adidas and for Jean Paul Gaultier respectively. Joining forces for the first time in 2009, Augustin Teboul premier with the first concept collection “cadavre exquis”, a collection that earns them several awards in Germany and France. In 2011 the young label receives the Start Your Fashion Business Award, an award established by the Berlin Senate Department for Economics, Technology and Research. In October 2012 Augustin Teboul win the Dorchester Collection Fashion Prize, held in Paris.

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—by Nath Fedorova


Photos: Cover image - by Alexandra Waespi; Lookbook Augustin Teboul Fall/Winter 2012 and Spring/Summer 2013 by Stefan Milev/Courtesy of Augustin Teboul
 

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