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April 27, 2016

Nora Erdle and Jeanna Krichel created the online portal TEMPORARY WARDROBE. The two Stuttgart stylists have combined their fashion collections into an archive, and their treasures are now available for rent. Over the last 10 years Nora and Jeanna have been working on international fashion productions for magazines such as ELLE and L’OFFICIEL. Furthermore they have made names for themselves as buyers of high-quality labels, their collections range from Celine to Jil Sander over Dries van Noten, Prada, Louis Vuitton and Acne Studios. Privat customers, as well as commercial customers can hire clothing and accessories from their archive for a rental fee. Online rental from temporary Wardrobe is available throughout Germany. In addition, interested customers may also pay a personal visit to the studio in Stuttgart to view their choices first hand. The founders also offer a consulting-service at TEMPORARY WARDROBE, where they put together outfits from their archive for fashion, film and commercial productions as well as private occasions. Either to enhance the wearer’s own style or create an entirely new look. At TEMPORARY WARDROBE the concept of sustainability is what counts, fitting  with the current trend of shareconomy. Clothing should circulate and bring joy. In an uncomplicated way, customers can rent exclusive and unusual pieces as they fancy and for a low cost.

Nora and Jeanna love fashion with all their heart and so it’s only fitting to say “You’ve got to share your joy to multiply it.”

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