Fits anyway: How Lars Eidinger bought leather pants – culture

Lars Eidinger fulfilled a dream in Salzburg, where he played Hugo von Hofmannsthal’s “Jedermann” for the past six weeks: he bought a pair of lederhosen. No, not a tight, black punk rock style for the “Authentic Disco” nights, in which the Berlin actor always plays the DJ with fluency in gender and style of music. But an original traditional lederhosen, tailor-made, deerskin, in proper style. Cost: 1200 euros. An acquisition for life. It is said that such a Buxe will last at least 50 years.


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