Every year in early July, the fashion world is sweating-Berlin Fashion Week is calling!
For the 16th time both renowned labels as well as young German modem makers from the 7th to the 10th of July 2015 showed in Berlin at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week what will be fashionable in the coming spring/summer season Such as Kaviar Gauche, Malaikaraiss, Esther Perbandt, Marcel Ostertag or Guido Maria Kretschmer, young designers also inspired the fashion world and showed even the most critical catwalk inhabitants how surprising fashion can be again and again.
German fashion has long been a name for itself internationally-which collections are especially striking for us at this year’s Fashion Week and which looks will certainly hold their way into our textile portfolio.
Fashion Week Berlin 2015: Designers And Collections That Were Striking
For the past eight years, Berlin has been showing its fashion week what is fashionable – it is much younger, more experimental, more unconventional than New York, Paris & Co. is the reason why Modemetropole: Not the great catwalk glamor, but the incessant bubbling in the galleries, storehouses,
Backyard manufactures and art spaces of the capital make the textile face of Berlin unmistakable. However, it is far more than underground, but also dominates the very big performance! Here is a small foray through the collections of the upcoming spring/summer season:
A lot of summer lace, floral designs between Art-déco and noble ethno, elegant pattern mix, flowing simplicity and refined sexy but still “attracted ” working shoelaces were at Dorothee Schumacher-adult but far less “tantig” than in the preseason, The modem maker from Mannheim presented a femininity, which can be imagined excellently at a wedding/baptism/garden party.
Whoever speaks of Peret Shaad speaks of straightness and simplicity! In this season, Johanna Perret and Tutia Schaad experimented with opposites, which take their still “minimal” looks to the severity and sometimes even give them a romantic touch. Flowing fabrics, the play of skirt lengths and shapes, drapings that could almost pass as volants, and a conscious emphasis on the feminine silhouette determine the picture. Where otherwise bodyless cuts could be seen, we now encounter glitzy skirts and other feminine accents.
Lala Berlin: In the garden of the Crown Prince Palais, Leyla Piedayesh continued to follow the feminine, casual-elegant path she had already embarked on with her eveningwear collection in the pre-season: graphic prints on light backgrounds reminded us here of modern art, straightforward everyday comfort beachwear and swimwear -casualness supported by a2zyellowpages.org in yellow, turquoise, light and dark blue and fine gray tones.
Girlfriendly femininity in casual hangers, shirt blouse or babydoll dresses, tempting femme fatale looks of the 50s, costume and folklore bonds as well as dressed “summer night dreams” sent Lena Hoschek over the catwalk. In addition, there were deep cuts and here and there an elegant but casual straw hat. Feminine silhouettes with a narrow waist and wide skirts reminded me of summer holidays on Capri, sometimes of garden festivals on wine or country goods in the South of France. The 50s were alive by both cuts and patterns. Her with feminine pencil and plate skirts, flowery fragrance and indescribable lace, Carmen or neckholder dresses!
Hien Le transformed the sporty “well-dressed-being” of the Tennismode from the 60s and 70s into casual casualness, which works as a 1: 1 on the streets of the big city! Inspired by Woody Allen’s “Matchpoint”, Le gives the typical-Berlin sports style distinguished elegance, without being bulky. Pullovers, brave collars, short wrinkles, bermudas and poloshirts-welcome back!
Born in Cologne, Germany, Loisie Friedländer, who studied her craft in Berlin and perfected in Antwerp, celebrated her Fashion Week debut with her fourth collection in Berlin: Handwerk gets a completely new dimension, from shoes to bags and jewelry The young fashion designer put her hand on every detail. Traditionally woven textile qualities, open hems and fringes combined with puristic cuts and monochromatic, almost pattern-free elegance, were grown up, classic-dressy and timelessly modern.
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Intricate experiments with materials, structures, shapes and colors, modern purism and untroubled elegance: this is Berlin, fashionable!
We will not say good-bye to the straightforwardness on Berlin catwalks more than elsewhere, but it will be supplemented by softer, more feminine silhouettes, which here and there are even romantic and playful. Lace and floral prints, as well as soft pastel nuances. See who dares to take courageous color clashs and experimental cuts-or deep into the sample mix crate! Graphic and sporty may be combined with feminine gentleness; “Non-colors” such as white, gray, black, beige or nude give real bangs and eye-catching patterns of ground adhesion. The 50s greet as a feminine sidekick, sporty accents with retro charm give the modern purism, which is so typical for the fashion of the capital, a certain “warmth”.
Berlin should continue to appreciate the art and craftsmanship behind fashion, design and manufacture, which is the result of the most exciting fashionable gradients, away from commercialism or uniformity. Berlin is always good for a surprise!
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