The runway shows mostly took place in the store Jandorf, a vacant building that had been redecorated for the Fashion Week. There is a lot going on, the stars present themselves in front of the logo wall and you wait for the show with a drink in the hand. Unlike the others, the designer Malaika Reiss shows her collection within the shell of the Berlin City Palace, Esther Perbandt invited her guests to the Berlin Volksbühne and presents an unusual „fashion enactment“. Some designers picked the „Stage“ in the me Collectors Room: The models stood on platforms and gave visitors the opportunity to take a really close look at the new designs. Also the designer Jennifer Brachmann presented her winter collection here. Besides the professional models she engaged bloggers and YouTube stars who present her linear designs. I was also part of the staging and additionally developed the make-up and styling concept. The topic „Explorer“ with the history of the polar explorer Sir John Franklin is reflected in the frosty faces and ice crystals within the hair.

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Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin: The trends

The days of skinny trousers seem to be over! Looking at the catwalks at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week you discover almost exclusively wide trousers. The often flowing fabrics either fall loosely onto the ankles or overlong onto the feet. Also on the upper body the cuts become wide: Oversize jackets, oversize pullovers, oversize coats you can cuddle into in the cold winter. In addition we discovered numerous straps and tapes on the clothing items that swung around casually. We are excited about which of these trends will prevail.

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Odeur Studios
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Ivanman
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House of Yoshi
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Hien Le
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Esther Perbandt
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Atelier About
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Depression
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Vladimir Karaleev
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Sadak

Header, B/W-Photos: Annette Riedl, Photos Runway: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin

8 replies on “Fashion Trends | Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin

  1. Ich fand das Brachmann-Styling sehr interessant: offenbar hatten die Designer den Trend von grauen Haaren weiterentwickelt und auch auf Wimpern und Bart ausgeweitet! Ich mag diese Herangehensweise, weil uns wohl allen einmal das grau werden passieren wird, und es auch optisch definitiv kein Beinbruch ist, wie man sieht.
    Was ich auch sehr spannend fand, war das Brachmann-Styling, denn es erinnerte mich sehr an einen Malene-Dietrich-Look. Nachdem sie damals ja revolutionärerweise Männerkleidung trug, ist dieser Gedanke umso spannender. Ich bin gespannt, ob sich die Marlenehosen in der Männerfashion durchsetzen, denn zurzeit ist Athleisure immer noch sehr, sehr stark.

    1. Hallo,
      Lange nichts von dir gelesen.
      Trends brauchen in Deutschland leider immer so lange, dass wenn er angekommen ist er auch eigentlich wieder vorbei ist. Schade eigentlich.
      LG, Maik.

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