Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Even before the tapping: celebrities toast to the Oktoberfest at Tiffany’s

The predicted drizzle didn’t materialize in the morning, so the mood was even better. Because: finally Oktoberfest again! Dirndls and lederhosen stayed in the closet for two years. Now the chic traditional costume comeback after the boring pandemic years. At Tiffany’s, in the heart of Munich, the VIPs were sunbathing in the flashlight of the photographers even before the tapping.

Before they drove together to the Reinbolds’ Schützenzelt on the Theresienwiese, the celebrity ladies sparkled with appetizers and champagne in the Tiffany store. People exchanged contact details for the social media business, chatted about home-made braided hairstyles and dreamed of many a piece of jewelry in the shop window.

Came from Syria six years ago: Oktoberfest premiere for Soulin Omar

The former “Germany’s Next Top Model” candidate Soulin Omar (22) wore what was probably the most eye-catching dirndl (Kinga Mathe). She did without the blouse so that “the jewelry comes into its own better,” she proudly explains. The beautiful woman from Hamburg is at the Oktoberfest for the first time. She told the AZ: “I came to Germany from Syria six years ago. It’s all a first for me. I’ve never had a beer either. Traditional costumes are super beautiful and great to wear. I love Bavarian culture.”

Excited Laura Osswald was up at 5 a.m

Actress Laura Osswald was particularly happy: “I woke up at 5 a.m. today because I was so nervous. Finally the Oktoberfest is happening again! There are about 15 dirndls hanging in my closet. So I had a fine selection in the morning.” On her finger she wore a noble Tiffany ring; a gift from her ex for the birth of their daughter. The 40-year-old is going to the Wiesn this year as a single. “Flirting is always a thing at the Oktoberfest, the first men are already drunk by noon and the pick-up lines are getting worse,” she laughs in the AZ interview.

BR presenter Uschi Daemmrich von Luttitz came with daughter Stephanie: “It’s nicer here than sitting squashed in the Schottenhamel tent. Everything is so lovingly decorated and especially the flowers are amazing.”

Opulent And Colourful: The Decoration At The Tiffany Oktoberfest In The Shop On Perusastraße
Opulent and colourful: The decoration at the Tiffany Oktoberfest in the shop on Perusastraße
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Opulent and colourful: The decoration at the Tiffany Oktoberfest in the shop on Perusastraße

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Stylist Oliver Rauh: “Mountaineering shoes and chucks are no-gos”

Stylist Oliver Rauh knows the dirndl trend for 2022: “Monochrome is the trend this year when everything is tone on tone.” The ambassador of the Münchner Tafel also knows what no-gos are: “I hope I won’t see any mountaineering shoes or chucks on the Theresienwiese this year.” And what about women who don’t wear a blouse under their dirndl? “I turn a blind eye to women under the age of 25,” Rauh grinned.

Dominik G. Reiner, manager of the luxury hotel Mandarin Oriental, dared to be fashionable. He’s wearing a pink shirt that goes perfectly with his wife Angela’s dirndl apron. But he didn’t go to the Theresienwiese yet, he tapped into the hotel afterwards.

Other prominent guests included the Elevator Boys (TikTok stars), model Caroline Winberg, actress Jasna Fritzi Bauer, actress Antje Traue, actor Tim Oliver Schultz, singer Kriemhild Siegel and influencer Jessica De Oliveira.

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