Ahoi, I'm Marlen

Ahoi, I'm Marlen

Marlen Stahlhuth
freelance photographer // Nylon Mag, BLONDE Mag, INDIE Mag, VICE, adidas etc.
casting / photo production / visual concept creation / social media






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Provider pursuant to § 6 of the Teleservices Act (Teledienstegesetz, TDG) and responsible for the Web site at as per § 6 Para. 2 of the Media Services Treaty (Mediendienstestaatsvertrag):

Marlen Stahlhuth
Paul-Lincke-Ufer 7B
10999 Berlin

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OnePiece Videogames


I've never been a video game player. The closest I ever got to that was on game boy. And the only game I ever played was Super Mario. Never the less, video worlds are very appealing when it comes to the visual part. I love how you can build up complete worlds and have the power to change things much more easily than in real life. How awesome is it to build a city without having to worry about stuff like fire prevention, financing or construction. But back to the key question...what to wear in a video game?!

Well as there is a variety of games I picked two very opposite ones for my outfit choice! If I could only take one piece of clothing for surviving in a video world, I would definitely take a OnePiece Jumpsuit. You can basically live and do everything in that jumpsuit. It's like Mario's overalls, or a warriors uniform. You feel like becoming a character, not having to wonder what pants, top etc. work together, as you only need a pair of shoes with the jumpsuit and off you go.

Having a good day, happy mood, spirits up? Then pick a bright colour! Still sleepy, grumpy or it's just one of those gray rainy Monday mornings? Well then take the denim look version. Looks like jeans, feels like you're still in bed.

No matter what world you choose or what kind of day you are having, OnePiece makes it a lot more comfortable to get through. So now it's up to you. Still looking for a Christmas present or simply wanting one for your self then use the code PAPERPIECE and get 15% off your buys. Free Shipping to Germany makes it even more compelling and if you hit the free express button then you will get them just in time for Christmas.

PHOTO CREDIT: Julian Stahlhuth
OUTFIT CREDITS (happy): Jumpsuit: OnePiece // sneaker: Nat-2 // bag: ebay // cap: wemakethecake
OUTFIT CREDITS: (dark): Jumpsuit: OnePiece // boots: Zalando // bling bling: asos, urban outfitters & h&m

Dec. 13, 2013

Labels: On track, Closet