The Best Of Berlin Fashion Week
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin had just ended its 13th season. More than 70 designers presented their SS14 collections.
“It was the season for emerging designers to step into the spotlight,” says Jarrad Clark, Global Director. “And they did not disappoint. We are very proud of the collections that we have seen this season at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin. Seventy-two designers from fifteen countries presented their new season’s collections as Berlin continues to evolve into the destination for discovering the brightest new fashion talent.”
The relaxed and slightly oversized silhouette was complimented by earthy tones and cool blues. Gauzy knits and mesh garments brought fluid movement to the collection; combining classic style with subtle futuristic touches.
Designer Daniel Blechman showed his SS14 offering, featuring classic cuts and narrow silhouettes,. The monochrome collection was comprised of edgy streetwear elements, smart tailoring, futuristic design and print details.
The sportswear inspired collection featured striped patterns and metallic details. A standout look came in the form of an electric-blue baseball jacket with matching tee and layered cycle-shorts.
The collection was distinguished by a minimalistic silhouette and geometric forms. Designer Ivan Mandzukic used defined lines and neutral colours throughout his SS14 garments.
Julian Zigerli’s collection, entitled “At the End of the World to the Left“, features a collaboration with Berlin based artist Katharina Grosse. Relaxed and slouchy garments were decorated with a graffiti style print in cosmic colours.
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