Editorial: Stella von Senger for the Voo Store

Left: Jacket from Carven

For the series Friends of Voo, Berlin-based Voo Store invited exceptional woman Stella von Senger, to style her favorite pieces from the current collection in an editorial

The Berlin-based Voo Store has already been around for six years now and its location in a Kreuzberg backyard is a place to go for visitors to the capital – the Alexa Chungs of the world included. The driving force behind it all is Herbert Hoffmann, who gives the concept and the details of the shop an unmistakable soul. Laura Maria Wulff has been at his side for some time and enhances the buying team (attentive readers will already know her from our feature on German street style). Now the series Friends of Voo is putting the spotlight on inspirational personalities who can help themselves to finds from the current collection during the photo shoot. “House photographer” Volker Conradus (@volker_conradus) was behind the camera this time as our beloved Stella von Senger took her turn in the limelight. Here are the fantastic results. We’d like to have one of everything, please!

JUMPER FROM J.W.ANDERSON , PANTS FROM HARMONY PARIS, Shoes from Proenza Shouler
 TROUSERS FROM BEAUFILLe, Jacket from Craig Green
Top from Marni, Sneaker from mm6 maison margiela
TOP FROM MARNI
Top from Rejina Pyo, Skirt from Joseph
Jumper from J.W.Anderson , Pants from Harmony Paris
Trousers from Beaufille, Top from Marni, sneaker from nike
Hat from Acne studios, dress from mm6 maison margiela

Voo Store

Oranienstraße 24, 10999 Berlin
Germany

Mon–Sat: 10am–8pm
U-bahn station: U1 Kottbusser Tor
Instagram @voostore

Find the editorial on the Website of the Voo Store here.

PHOTOGRAPHY: VOLKER CONRADUS
MODEL: STELLA VON SENGER
HAIR & MAKE-UP: JANA KALGAJEVA

Julia co-founded one of the first fashion blogs in Germany in 2007 and became a freelance consultant for digital strategies after publishing her first book in 2010. After an eventful four years with Condé Nast working mainly in the digital department of Vogue Germany, she decided to launch her own online magazine with her dream partner, Veronika Heilbrunner. She is based in Berlin and loves to read books.