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    Photography: Anna Wegelin

    What you can see here is a production I did in collaboration with Fabian Hart and one of the biggest art galleries here in Germany named Kunsthalle SCHIRNTogether with Fabian we produced an editorial featuring german unfashionable fashion brands like Brax, Cinque and Camel Active to show Fabian’s idea of German Pop. 

    Click here see all the pictures and to read all about Fabian’s impressive, slick and absolutely refreshing thoughts on german fashion. 
     


    Photography: Anna Wegelin 


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  • 11/18/14--07:31: SOMETHING INSIDE


  • Photos: Anna Wegelin / Mom 

    My top three autumn spots these days in Hamburg.  
    Planten un Blomen- I walk around here at least twice a week. I even did some ice skating  the last time, that was fun!
    Der Treppenkrämer- This super sweet & lovely cafe is located in the Treppenviertel. It's the perfect spot for great tea and doing some writing. 
    Dom- I love the Hamburger Winterdom...somehow I think this place romantic. 


    Red TRUE Sweater Ethel Vaughn 



    Photos: Anna Wegelin / Mom 


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     Styling, Photography : Anna Wegelin

    Uh baby you like it raw? You like it vegan? You like nice photography? Then go and get a copy of the current Women’s Health issue to see some foodstyling and photography I did for them.   
    The production is about raw, healthy and vegan christmas sweets.
    And even if you’re not into vegan or raw food, those recipes are worth the try. Honestly they’re seriously good! The coconut macaroons...mmhh I'm still dreaming about them.
    Loved working with Women's Health! Hope you like the pictures. 

    You can find more of my work up on annawegelin.com


    Styling, Photography : Anna Wegelin 


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    Photography : Fabian Hart 

    So last weekend I went to Berlin to explore something tasty. On the Menu…The Cadillac Experience. But what did I know about Cadillac before I had the chance to experience this one of a kind vehicle wonderland? 
    Well rapper The Game likes to put Lamborghini doors into his Escalade while Jay-Z knows how to parkin lot pimpin in style. 

    Luckily I know a little more since Cadillac created that giant amusement fair in a car park, two levels below Hotel de Rome, packed with fancy rides to explore some of the cars the right way. And by right way I also mean deliciously tasting burgers! 
    Cadillac not only did a car show off but also built up a huge American Diner to pit stop pleasantly fine.

    The fast & glorious food that was served, was created by no one else than Richard Blais, most recognizable as winner of Top Chef All Stars. The burger I had was so good I felt like rolling down highway one, watching the sunset while making out with a bun and a patty. 

    I got so overwhelmed, the only option I had was to destroy the burger by using my hands and my face! All my apologies to Richard, but I’m sure you knew what you were doing when you created that 'lose control' piece of a burger. 
    Guys, I would have loved showing you me eating that burger in one of those sexy cars, but as we all know....don't eat and drive. Thank you Cadillac for this mouthwatering and tasteful Experience!

    Powered and feeded by Cadillac



    Photography : Fabian Hart 


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    Concept, Cooking, Photography: Anna Wegelin

    Hope you all have a lovely pre Christmas time guys. Be good, spread love and let's just be fukn thankful for what we have.

    Ingredients 
    3 egg whites
    1 tbsp.of sugar
    2 egg yolks
    1 1/2 cups of milk
    1 cup flour
    1/2 cup sugar 
    pinch of salt
    1/4 tsp of following spices
    bitter orange
    lemon
    clove
    cinnamon
    star anise
    ginger
    nutmeg
    cardamon

    Figs
    3 cups of sugar 
    1 Pomegranate

    Ingredients - Frosting
    1 cup sugar powder
    3 tbsp. milk

    Instructions 
    1. Mix flour, sugar, salt, milk, egg yolk and all the gingerbread spices.
    2. Whisk the egg white whites with the tbsp. of sugar till it’s mad stiff.
    3. Fold the the egg white gently into the pancake batter.
    4. Get your pans out, let the pancake voodoo begin.
    5. Peel your pomegranate
    6. Mix the sugar powder with the milk
    7. Heat up the three cups of sugar till you have nice caramel and dip your fig in there. 
    8. Ready to serve!
    Notes
    You like your pancakes more savory? Make a blue cheese sauce instead a frosting one.
    Sounds cray, huh? But it’s really tasty. My swedish friends taught me that and it’s totally worth a try.


    Concept, Cooking, Photography: Anna Wegelin


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