At Berlin Fashion Week in July, Germany proofed once again that its designers can easily keep pace with New York’s, London’s and Paris’. We from Notorious are big fans for sure; that’s why we wanted to give a quick introduction to our favorites in the German fashion scene.
Marc Cain is an all-time classic. Their collections include both, basics and it-pieces, what makes its looks a constant in everyday wear.
Another well-known brand that is appreciated for its classic style is Dorothee Schumacher. Each season, she adds a different style drift to her creations, as it was a Western/70s theme this time.
William Fan’s show was our personal highlight at Berlin Fashion Week. His Spring/Summer 2018 Collection is very urban with a tiny touch of grunge, almost imperceptible. It reminded us a little of Vetements’ Soviet-inspired designs.
A completely different direction is what Rianna + Nina is going to. Getting one’s hand on one of their kimonos might be an investment but it will pay off.
Lana Mueller’s collection is very ‘down-to-street’ if you could say so. This year was a premier for the label as they shifted from evening wear (which is also amazing) to ready to wear.
Two main influences could be detected at Steinrohner at BFW: Firstly, flowers. Secondly Avant-garde. The refined pieces are made of precious fabrics as organza and completed with details as ruffles or prints.
Last, but not least, what would Berlin fashion be without Lala Berlin?! The established label is known for its Kufiya patterns.
In that manner, here are some of our craving of the moment: