VIENNA – indie magazine party, volksgarten, 03/13/08





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  1. Elisabeth says:

    The girl with the big fringe is damn adorable!

  2. Cuchisquare says:

    vienna’s got style…

  3. i love the 2nd jacket A lot.

  4. Anonymous says:

    sexayyy boys! all so different . . . but awesome

  5. catrin says:

    Number 4 is sooo cute!

  6. Sir Dorian says:

    yeah, it seems that it was a really good nite out. :) shame that i wasn´t there:(

  7. La Terpette says:

    I want the 2nd guy’s jacket! The 4th girl rocks my socks.

  8. Flora says:

    come to argentina!!

  9. nowohucianka says:

    i’ve been to vienna 3 times and… yes, this city’s got some style. adorable looks

  10. the glasses on the second one = WIN.
    & i like his jacket more than i probably should.
    -jae
    ps. we linked you on our blog, hope that`s cool with you.

  11. Anonymous says:

    how come people are still wearing those army jackets..

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  13. Anonymous says:

    When I read that Mr Face Hunter would come to Vienna, I thought: “Why?!” – and the photos make clear: people in Vienna are all INDIE-STEREOTYPED which seems really, really, very, very, very highly boring to me. I’m sure it was not easy to find individual types.. in Munich it’s the same situation. Whereas in Oslo, Copenhagen, Paris or Stockholm you are thrilled by seeing individually gorgeous styled people, in Austria or Germany (except for Berlin, maybe)you only find stereotypes.

  14. Anonymous says:

    .. and London people – also dressed magnificent

  15. Anonymous says:

    to anonyme above: how come you call the people in vienna indie-stereotyped although in reality you stereotype them? you don’t seem to have thought about this…