Digital State Minister Dorothee Bär causes a sensation in Berlin with a gaudy outfit. On the Internet reaps the appearance of the CSU politician praise, but also ridicule. On her Instagram profile, the 40-year-old goes even further.
Berlin – The CSU politician showed up at the gala for the German Computer Game Prize on Tuesday evening in Berlin in a set with several belt buckles latex dress – consisting of a light blue-pink skirt and a pink top.
"I thought: What is the Berlin version of the Dirndl? And then I came to this, "said Bär on the stage to presenter Ina Müller. The responded: "If it can wear one, then you." On Instagram, the CSU politician said on demand, designer was the Berlin-based Austrian Marina Hoermanseder.
Bear's latex outfit was pretty expensive
Hoermanseder revealed that image-Zeitung: "The leather bustier is a collection-independent custom-made. Dorothee loves pink and of course I really wanted to wrap her in that color. "And how did Kams get in touch with her? Allegedly via a friend: "Dorothee has been following the brand for some time and so we came into direct contact via Instagram. Usually short and sweet – an Insta-Herzchen often says more than many words, "says Hoermanseder.
Bear should have digged deep into his pocket: "The prices for most pieces can be read in my online shop. Of course, in our studio, we also respond to individual requests on request or adapt existing designs to measure. "According to the image, the minister paid for the top-skirt-suits themselves. The sheet researched and notes: The skirt is currently available for 1200 euros over the Hoermanseders shop, the pink top should also cost around 1200 euros.
Andreas Scheuer on Doro Bär: "Can not keep up anyway"
Federal Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer, who accompanied his party colleague, opted instead for "the analog version" – suit and tie. "Because I can not keep up with the enchanting Doro Bär anyway." Even more charming is the minister but rumored to find another woman.
Dorothee Bär performs in a body-contoured latex outfit – and must be criticized
On the Internet, the youthful appearance of the CSU politician caused praise, but also ridicule. "The most important question is resolved: @Dorobaer wears a mixture of belt collection and Wonder Woman," tweeted a user. Others reminded Bär of the cartoon character Jessica Rabbit. "Fresh from the fetish party in Kit Kit," commented another. Dorothee Bär (CSU), incidentally, is also a member of the Advisory Council of FC Bayern Munich.
Comedian Enissa Amani could not suppress a swipe at Bär's dress in her laudation at the Computer Game Award: "I was a little worried that my dress was a bit too revealing or too inappropriate, but then I saw the woman Minister of State," she said before she said, "It was a little fun, you look very magical. Really just a little fun, you look very pretty – and slutty is in. Fun! "
Bear countered later quite relaxed. Even before she even came to the lectern for her laudation, she said to moderator Ina Müller: "Missed gags with a 'was just fun!' To counter, Andi and I are used by Horst Seehofer for years. "
Dorothee Bär in a latex outfit – and she dares more
Anyone who follows the 40-year-old Union politician on her Instagram profile, often gets to see extraordinary shots of Dorothee Bär: Sometimes she presents herself in a flashy pink outfit, even in training dress you could see the native Bamberg already. At the end of March, Bär even showed off a neon-colored wig when she was a guest at a theme party. Even in Bavarian costume or stroking the belly of Markus Söder, Dorothee Bär was already in the social networks:
The German Computer Game Award is considered the most important award in the industry in Germany and is awarded by the association game together with the Federal Government. Prize money totaling 590,000 euros is available.
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