Fantasy and flair dominate catwalks at Berlin show
It is one of Europe's biggest fashion gatherings, with more than 50 designers and brands showcasing their new designs.
At the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Berlin yesterday, a number of distinctive styles and tastes were represented.
The philosophy of Schumacher combines couture craftsmanship with a modern lifestyle and an exquisitely sensitive intuition.
Dorothee Schumacher's deep desire to design "favourite pieces" for the most sophisticated wardrobes in the world is inspired by attention to the desires of modern women.
Blame, the label of designer duo Sarah Buren and Sonja Hodzode, stands for offbeat and wearable designs that combine classical cuts with vintage-influenced details. The two designers have a fascination for special finds and collector pieces, which they first discovered in their mothers' wardrobes.
Rena Lange's lines aspire to create luxury ready-to-wear aimed at an international clientele who value quality and consistency through design.
Elisabeth Schwaiger's high-quality materials like leather, jersey and silk-stretch and her exclusive prints underline the individuality of each woman, and sharp cuts define the silhouettes.
Our pictures show models walking the runway for the Green Showroom Show.
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