5 thoughts on “Really Cool Burda Timeline

  1. Doctor T!

    Oh My Gosh! Thank you is not enough to say to you for bringing us this spectacular and epic article… there is so much to take in (happily)!

    I am so thrilled with the content – especially the Tom Ford for Gucci video!!!

    I shared this with my mother and aunt (we all sew, and all started sewing very young) so each of us and our love for fashion was encomapssed in one era or another!

    Again, thank you so very much for sharing with us the
    Really Cool Burda Timeline!

    I already liked you and all that you bring to us, but now, I LOVE you!

    Best (highest) regards,

    Judith Jenine Watson (and family) 🙂


  2. Wow… how cool to read all that… When I was small, my aunt and mother used to buy Burda, and then it was my sister who ended up doing most of the sewing for a while, so there were lots of Burda magazines lying around the house! Am I wrong to say that these days Burda doesn’t seem to get a lot of love or attention? If so, I find it a shame, because even though some issues are a little “thin” with inspiration, overall the magazine does a very fine job in presenting interesting patterns, and encourages experimentation.

    Now if only they could improve those directions, just a teensy bit… ♥ ♥

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  3. Fantastic, I’ll definitely be going back for another detailed read. As I was scrolling through the photos I was thinking Burda should release more of their vintage patterns, but immediately changed my mind when I hit the 80’s!!

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