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Since 2016, ceramist Helene Scharge has been specialising in the development of a utility tableware made of handmade, through-dyed porcelain in her own porcelain workshop.

The multi-functionality of the individual pieces creates a pleasant reduction to a few, balanced clear forms. These serve all essential requirements, are harmoniously coordinated with each other and effectively accentuate food and drinks.

The production of this very special collection is truly a technical challenge for the exceptionally experienced porcelain designer.


Helene Scharge Porzellan
Windmühlenstraße 31b
04107 Leipzig

Web: helenescharge-porzellan.de
Phone: +49 174 422 82 72

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© Portrait and products: Schnuppe von Gwinner

Jewellery artist Florian Milker formulates the motivation of his jewellery objects himself:

“In my work I try to elicit a symbolic character from the objects that surround me. There is a meaning in their source that refers to our needs.

The objects of my inspirations are already jewelry before I transfer them to the body. The transformation, however, creates a new context that can be amusing but also questionable. Making jewelry is my search for the fragments of our lost naivety in the sandbox of life.”

Florian Milker is interested in the playful combination and imitation possibilities of different materials offered by new generative manufacturing technologies such as 3D printing, milling and vacuum casting.


Florian Milker Autorenschmuck
Heinrich-Heine-Straße 35
04178 Leipzig

Web: florianmilker.com
Phone: +49 176 20 97 65 98

Direction: The way to Florian Milker
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© Portrait: Schnuppe von Gwinner
© Products: Florian Milker

The goldsmith and designer Luise Neugebauer knows the art of enlivening the classical jewellery repertoire with lightness and refined surprises.

Unusual materials such as porcelain foil and graphic elements become a natural part of her jewellery, made of recycled gold and silver.

Using her jewellery collections, which playfully follow the philosophy of "less is more" without much pomp, she creates individual pieces of jewellery made to measure and for every occasion.


Luise Neugebauer Schmuck
Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 79
04275 Leipzig

Web: luiseneugebauer.de
Phone: +49 163 477 27 44

Direction: The way to Luise Neugebauer
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© Movie: Schnuppe von Gwinner & Alina Cyranek
© Portrait: Schnuppe von Gwinner
© Products: The object images are from Rainer Schäle, Studio Pixelgold, Wuppertal
© Workshop: Photographer Iona Dutz

Manuel Bär combines the best of the two worlds of shoe design and orthopaedics at the workbench.

Trained as a state-certified shoe engineer, he is able to develop models and patterns, give shape to ideas and produce aesthetically pleasing collections.

Thanks to his additional expertise as a trained orthopaedic shoemaker, Manuel Baer is also able to produce custom-made shoes with first-class and healthy wearing comfort.

As a special service he offers custom-made shoes for cyclists, with cleats for clip-in pedals, and also the finishing of handlebars, saddle and every cycling accessory with leather.


BAER – Maßschuhe handgefertigt
Inh. Manuel Bär
Wigandstraße 12
04229 Leipzig

Web: radschuhe-handgefertigt.de
Phone: +49 1578 42 85 979

Direction: The way to Manuel Bär
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© Movie: Schnuppe von Gwinner & Alina Cyranek
© Portrait and workshop: Christoph Busse
© Products: Robert Lindenau

The traditional craft fascinates custom shoemaker Sascha Helm more than his learned profession of orthopaedic shoemaker.

So he trained as a journeyman in Austria and learned the classical profession from Rudolf Scheer&Söhne in Vienna.

His customers can now benefit from the accumulated experience of both orientations. Sascha Halm provides them with individually handcrafted bespoke shoes made of high-quality materials, with excellent craftsmanship and in a form that is completely tailored to their wishes.

Each custom-made shoe is a unique piece and an investment in health.


Sascha Halm Maßschuhe
Merseburgerstraße 41
04177 Leipzig

Phone: +49 1575 57 47 291

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© Fotos: Lydia Hesse

Designer Enzo Forciniti runs a manufacture for individual wooden spectacle frames.

As an autodidact, he started to work with the construction of wooden spectacles a few years ago. Meanwhile he is an absolute expert who knows how to defend the ergonomic, material and aesthetic advantages of wooden spectacles very well.

With his expertise he can convey impressive detailed knowledge and lets us also look at "normal" glasses from completely new perspectives – and flirt with wooden glasses.


Enzo Forciniti Brillen
Karl-Heine-Straße 85
Westwerk
04229 Leipzig

Web: enzoforciniti.com
Phone: +49 341 39 29 86 19

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© Portrait: Schnuppe von Gwinner
© Products: Christoph Busse

For the architect Angela Wandelt, wearing hats is an expression of personality and individuality. She herself has been wearing and collecting hats since her youth and taught herself the craft of hat making.

She finally founded "Gela-Hats" and created a place for very individual fashion in Leipzig. Soon her creations were also enthusiastically received at the trade fairs in New York, Berlin, Hamburg and Vienna.

"Fashion is ephemeral. Style never" This insight of Coco Chanel has been adopted by the hat designer.


Gela-Hüte Leipzig
Spinnereistraße 7
Baumwollspinnerei Haus 21
04179 Leipzig

Web: gela-huete.de
Phone: +49 341 912 80 50

Direction: The way to Angela Wandelt
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© Portrait: Schnuppe von Gwinner
© Products: Sker Freist, Robert Strehler

The Leipzig master tailor Jan Suchy, in the early 90s top of his class in his journeyman's examination, learned from his own experience, from old master garment makers and from old suits he cut up.

He analysed the freehand English cuts, the loose Italian ones and the meticulous German ones. A natural talent with a penchant for detail, he makes suits, classic in form, casual in appearance, comfortable to wear.

Every seam, every cut, every drape is right. He is concerned with balance, the points of the body, shoulders, sleeves and waist. Jan Suchy proudly calls himself a "craftsman" and delivers tailor-made pieces of master craftsmanship, pieces for eternity.


Feine Maßschneiderei Suchy
Keplerstraße 32
04159 Leipzig

Web: herrenmassschneiderei.de
Phone: +49 173 96 46 925

Direction: The way to Jan Suchy
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© Portrait: Schnuppe von Gwinner
© Products and workshop: Jan Suchy

The Silke Wagler Couture fashion studio designs individual and tailor-made fashion – from classic men's suits, including matching accessories such as bows or ties, to evening dresses and festive wear for men and women, to bridal wear or stage dresses.

Silke Wagler's highly qualified team of experts has been guaranteeing craftsmanship for more than 30 years – from advice, sketching and fabric selection to the production of the desired garment, from individual ball gowns, wedding dresses, cocktail dresses or tailor-made suits.


Modeatelier Wagler Couture
Berliner Straße 69
04129 Leipzig

Web: modeatelier-wagler.de
Phone: +49 341 98 00 950

Direction: The way to Silke Wagler
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© Portrait: Schnuppe von Gwinner
© Products and workshop: Photos were provided by Silke Wagler

Atelier FRANZISKA KLEE sees itself as a young fair fashion label for fresh product design, handmade with care and love.

Here, bags and accessories inspired by everyday life are created from natural leather – in clear, minimalist cuts and designed with an eye for details. Classic craftsmanship is combined with new ideas and high-quality, sustainable materials.

"All the decisions we make serve only one goal – to create a true favourite that you want to take with you wherever you go."


Franziska Klee Taschen
Georg-Schumann-Straße 134
04155 Leipzig

Web: franziskaklee.de
Phone: +49 152 23 02 47 45

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© Photos: Franziska Klee

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