Photography: Theresa Sutter
Styling: Hercules Terres
Hair and Make Up: Tina Fischbach @ Basics Berlin
CORE received an exclusive opportunity to travel the atelier and watch the Girls behind behind the scenes during the fitting for the final show of PERRET SCHAAD.
Excited to release our women’s showpack for Berlin Fashionweek AW 17-18, featuring direct bookings like Grace Bol, Julia Nobis and Ondria Hardin.
Kim Dall’Armi wears a triangle-patterned pullover and matching scarf, combined with grey toned dress pants. This look is all about winter.
Our girl Jule Schlinder strutting her stuff in a blood red feminine pant and wrap top number. This outfit has been given some edge by added a metallic coat and pointy heels. Christoph Lotz looking fierce in fitted trench coat, complemented with glasses and dress shoes.
Anna-Maria keeping it classy in a grey toned layered dress and leather jacket, accessorized with an intricate black clutch. Second look Anna rocks a black pants suit with a bare chest to give it a feminine. The Charlotte Kay works a knitted black sweater and contemporary skirt for her first look, styling it up with a white pair of heel boots.
Porsche uses a layered look for our boy Frederick Jauch by adding a high neck and polo shirt under a black sleek coat. It is all about the accessories in this look; carry bag, shades, dress shoes and a leather belt to make it complete.
Daan Van Der Deen knows how to make anything look good from the most simple to the most complex outfits. His firey red coat with fur is highlighted in the first outfit, by layering it with a simple pair of black jeans and shirt. The next look shows off a silver watch and belt, matched with a maroon leather jack and shoes.
Who doesn’t like a man in a suit? Our boy’s book out Baldessarini winter/autumn collection wearing high-class suits & knitted scarfs. Using a neutral colour pallet high lighting with reds and blues. The winter look is completed with coats and patterned scarfs.
Opening the show with a bang our boy Christoph Lotz showing everyone how it’s done, in a bright red colour pallet.
Our boy Philipp Rudolph rocks red/maroon tones keeping the collection wearable for everyday wear. A woolen turtleneck and basic coat has been added to a grey roll up dress pant and stylish dark brown boots. Joey Arnzinger shows off a complex patterned scarf, and button up navy shirt. Straight black dress pants and grey blazer keep the outfit sophisticated.
Alistair Shaw walks Baldessarini collection in a matching black straight cut suit with blue-checkered button up shirt. This outfit is styled up with accessories ‘belt, tie, gloves and multi coloured scarf’ to give it a casual edge.
Helena Ershova, Charlotte Kay, Kisa Cheban, Iramax, Elena Bartels and Anna-Maria Nemetz rocked the collection of Perret Schaad launching their new designs in a hardware store, they – again – proved their creativity and unconventialism.Using soft and silky materials they have archived to create a collection which can be worn to special occasions or everyday life.
Marina Hoermanseder presented her 4th collection at the Berlin Fashion Week. Our girls Emma Willow, Charlotte Kay, Marusja Archipov and Elena Bartels looked absolutely breathtaking in these classic feminine yet comfortable designs.
DIMITRIis bringing some skin and hotness into this cold winter.
It’s the first time the two designers form Augustin Teboul launched their collection as a runway show. Sticking to their favourite colour black, they have dared to use some red, green and blue as well this season. And Jule Schindler and Marusja looked great in it!
Muted colours dominate but are broken up with some blue and yellow here and there.