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Fashionweek Berlin has brought the capital city into the focus of the international fashion scene for three days. With countless shows, great collections, events, parties, celebrities and international stars such as Toni Garrn, Adriana Lima, Alexa Chung or Nicole Scherzinger. Of course, I looked around for you to see which trends would be hanging in the shops next year. Good news: German designers such as Irene Luft, Maisonnoee, Rebekka Ruetz or Riani rely on wearable looks. Suits that are great to combine, keypieces like eye-catching skirts that can be worn with pullovers or other tops. But also beautiful patterned looks, which make me incredibly much desire for the next season. Here come the most important new trends.
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STREET GLAMOUR LOOK
Designer Rebekka Ruetz shows that the glitter skirt can not only be worn in the evening. In combination with sneakers and a sporty jacket this is definitely a very cool look! And yes, the 80s are back in fashion a bit. Sequins and glamour clothes are fashionably on the advance.
Layering is the so-called onion look. Here you pull several pieces on top of each other and look stylish. The clou: it also keeps you warm in winter! Riani relies on the trendy pattern mix. This immediately triggers the “Will have” mode in me.
THE Hoodie at the Fashionweek berlin
Also the Hoodie does not come out of fashion. Because the designers show how cool you can style the hoodie. With belt and skirt, the sporty piece suddenly looks ultra feminine!
Black and white combination
Riani is one of my favorite labels. Of course, these looks are also my favorites here. Because black and white always looks very stylish. Whether with blouse and leather trousers or just a mini ice-cream like white sneakers to black clothes. Black and white combinations can ALWAYS be worn and never do anything wrong.
Style expert Miyabi Kawai had launched her first plus size collection for Sheego. Of course, the influencer knows exactly what no wardrobe should be without next season: a trench coat! It is a real investment piece and a must-have for all sizes and age groups!
Designer Marcel Ostertag is known for his fashionable, courageous looks. Whether you like it unusual or discreet – everyone can decide for himself. What is clear is that a “dress skirt” combined with a wool sweater is also suitable for the office. Unusual, but nevertheless courageous combinations are absolutely in trend.
conclusion of the fashionweek berlin
New combinations, different fabrics and partly new cuts – the designs of the German fashion designers are very imaginative and ABSOLUTE wearable. After all, that’s what counts: that we feel comfortable in our clothes. Fashionweek Berlin has hit this nerve and I’m really looking forward to seeing these designs in the shops. Until then I will definitely turn my wardrobe upside down and see what combinations I could wear. I’m sure there will be some great new couples;-)
You can find more reports about the Fashionweek Berlin from past seasons here.