Garments from Haderlump Atelier Berlin are a product of meticulous textile craftsmanship. One of the world’s oldest art forms, tailoring, requires hours of practice, deep concentration, and patience. In fast-paced, modern culture of today, “slow” is difficult to come by.
At age 27, Haderlump designer, Johann Ehrhardt, has already opened an atelier, dressed recording artists, and will soon be showcasing collections at Paris Fashion Week.
Interview with Johann Ehrhardt provides a glimpse of the journey:
Haderlump’s A/W22 Collection and film, “Out of the Woods”, was featured in the December, 2021 Issue. Johann Ehrhardt’s collection evokes curiosity and unease about the unknown. The clash of mysterious imagery with beautiful high-fashion creates a thought-provoking touch that is intrinsic to the works of Haderlump Atelier Berlin.
By placing importance on transparency, Haderlump establishes that every detail of a garment’s creation is an opportunity to define its expression.
Haderlump Artelier Berlin redefines the slur for the “have-nots” into an admirable title for those who choose not to overlook the “rags”; those who can find inspiration and value in what others mistake to be “good-for-nothing”.