Loosely based on a night in Germany and out to prove that Germany is not the dangerous country it is made out to be in mainstream media because of all the dangerous immigrants. And we wanted to go to some significant places like the Cologne Hauptbahnhof where on New Year’s evening 2015/2016 several hundred women fell victim to sexual harassment by immigrants. We wanted to shoot in those places to normalize them. A notorious place within a fashion context always feels less threatening. Can there be a more beautiful train station than the one in Cologne? We also decided to build local teams only for our shoots. In the case of Cologne, it was local photographer Eva Baales and her stylist friend Mine Uludag. To top it all we insisted on ethnically diverse casting for the entire issue. Once this spirit took hold within our team, we ventured to Nuremberg to shoot around the Reichstagsgebaeude, again with a multi-race male model. And suddenly the entire issue turned into an anti right wing party initiative. Hence, we also decided to include Bonn, the former capital of the Federal Republic of Germany. Now a sleepy town but still very relevant because of its history as German capital. Once the shoots came in, we realized that we had some iconic stuff on our hands. Fresh and vibrant photos depicting the night in Germany from Rheingau to our capital Berlin. Join this trip.