Excited to release our women’s showpack for Berlin Fashionweek AW 17-18, featuring direct bookings like Grace Bol, Julia Nobis and Ondria Hardin.
Moments before and during the show- we were able to capture naturalistic movement of our girls before they hit the runway wearing detailed elegant designs and slick hair. Perret Schaad winter/autumn collection 2016 was located in an industrial warehouse, keeping the setting raw with wooden surroundings. Take a look at our captivating shots:
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.
Elena Bartels also walked in the Louise Friedlander autumn/winter collection in a pencil skirt and elegant dress top, which gave a classy vibe to the room. Marusja Archipov rocked a classy but unexpected sexy shift black dress accessorizing with orange heels.
Isabell De Hillerin produced a clean simplistic look with a neutral colour pallet, to focus on the tailored detail. Kisa Cheban was dressed in a feminine style, showing off her figure.
Anja Gockel created a sport chic style with a bold colour pallet around orange and black. Regular suit and blazer made fun with floral sleeves and quilted orange lining, which was worn by our gorgeous Helena Ershova.
Elena Bartels rocked a curly-do for 3 looks in Kretschmer’s collection 2016. This collection has a vintage appearance with the luxurious materials and classic silhouettes. Kretschmer makes a statement coat wearable by layering with all black attire and tying it all together with matching socks.
Keep an eye out for day 3 of Fashion week berlin 2016.
Lena Hoschek’s collection gives a feeling of elegance and grace with a 1940s vibe, while styled up with rosy cheeks, curls and lace. Our Core girl Helena Ershova was dressed in a khaki jersey blazer and pencil skirt with a matching riding hat. Second look consists of a little orange lace piece accessorized with a masculine blazer & riding boots.
Riani brought a boho impression to her fall/winter collection by using many jewel tone colours and patterns. Anna-Maria Nemetz was dressed in a matching set with a khaki coat and bold strappy shoes. Finishing the outfit off with a fringed bag and earrings, ready for a boho vacation.
Black on black defines Nobi Talai’s collection, creating a dark sensation in the room. A sleek-fierce look was given to our stunning Jule Schindler to show a layered textured design mixed with a bit of leather.