Women power is the inspiration of Marcel Ostertag´s AW14/15 collection – and he opens up the show presenting the first outfit himself.
“Kilian Kerner finds the inspiration for his collections in emotion. His designs are created by and communicated through feelings”.
“Fight the fight” is the catchphrase and collection name of Mads Dinesen´s show at this year´s Berlin Fashion Week. Inspired by the Arab spring, it is essential to Mads to put oneself out for something.
Feminine power and fragility – Berlin label GLAW unifies those two terms. The designer duo worked again with the materials silk and leather on their AW14/15 collection and they were celebrated by the audience for their wonderful show.
I have been living in Berlin for many years. And this was the very first time that I entered the Volksbühne at the Rosa-Luxemburg Platz. What a stunnning place and I am thinking to myself I should maybe go to the theater more often. Anyhow that day I was there for the Esther Perbandt show, who is the first fashion designer to ever show a fashion collection in that place.
The Berlin based label Julia and Ben with designer Julia Heuse behind it, chose the former Karl-Marx bookshop to show the AW14/15 collection “Derived”, that was focused on simple, clean cuts and dark colours.
Patrick Mohr´s show at the Berlin Fashion Week took place at a former hardware shop in Mitte.
It was over in a blink of an eye. The excitment before it starts. The moment when you hear the first beats announcing the start of the show.
We have a new favorite! Emily Siegel is the founder of the minimaistic Los Angeles style brand fete Champetre which has a special concept on board.
Last week I was one of many people who had the opportunity to witness and experience the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin. Unfortunately I have not had chance to see all the shows, but the ones I saw made me discover a new side of Berlin – fashion.
Julian Zigerli couldn´t have chosen a better location for his play than the Delphi Stummfilmkino to present his latest collection at the Berlin Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
Born in 1981 in Sofia, Vladimir Karaleev moved to Berlin at age 19 to study fashion. This year at the Berlin Fashion Week he again showed a very simple and wearable collection with an elegant touch.
Born in Romania, Isabell de Hillerin was in line with the general trend of the Berlin Fashion Week with her newest AW14/15 collection.
One of my favourite women´s clothes from this year´s Fashion Week come from the Berlin based label Perret Schaad.
Our mission statement is to leave no footprints behind their moccasins. Always and forever 100% handmade.” That´s a good mission of the free-spirited Venice Beach label Heyoka Leather who released a really beautiful Winter 2014 lookbook called “Sundown” photographed by Briana Purser.