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    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
    Rebekka Ruétz showcased her Spring/Summer 2020 collection at MBFW Berlin in the first week of July 2019. Entitled, ‘Pussy Power,’ the new collection was centered around the woman of today as a ‘modern Amazon,’ designed for strong and self-confident females. It is all for femal…[Read more]

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    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Rebekka Ruétz showcased her Spring/Summer 2020 collection at MBFW Berlin in the first week of July 2019. Entitled, ‘Pussy Power,’ the new collection was centered around the woman of today as a ‘modern Amazon,’ designed for strong and self-confident females. It is all for female empowerment. The fashion designer from Austria is not one to blend in with the crowd. Staying true to her eccentric and quirky reputation, Rebekka Ruétz used eye-catching neon colors and an assortment of layered materials for her creations. Mesh fabrics and fishnets contrasted with latex skirts and PVC wide-leg trousers. The makeup, hair, and accessories were just as bold as the prints, with lots of glitter, feathers, and jewelry. A couple of models wore statement t-shirts with the hashtags #mypussymychoice, #kissmyass, #letsleadnotfollow, #racehuman, and #riotsnotdiets. These declarations directly reinforced Ruétz’s message of female power and independence to the audience. Opening with a surge of pink, the models strutted down the catwalk to loud and upbeat music, giving off a punk-rock vibe. The collection moved into fluorescent colors of green and yellow, using almost every color of the rainbow. The flowing fabrics were used in the form of long dresses or skirts paired with tomboy trainers. This type of style and silhouette was feminine yet punky. It was reminiscent of a teenage rebellion phase of ‘I do what I want.’ written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #rebekkaruetzarticle #rebekkaruetzss20 #tesshardy #mbfwbarticle #hansmannpr #hansmannprarticle _DAN0536_DAN0054_DAN0024_DAN0454
    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Rebekka Ruétz showcased her
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    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Rebekka Ruétz showcased her Spring/Summer 2020 collection at MBFW Berlin in the first week of July 2019. Entitled, ‘Pussy Power,’ the new collection was centered around the woman of today as a ‘modern Amazon,’ designed for strong and self-confident females. It is all for female empowerment. The fashion designer from Austria is not one to blend in with the crowd. Staying true to her eccentric and quirky reputation, Rebekka Ruétz used eye-catching neon colors and an assortment of layered materials for her creations. Mesh fabrics and fishnets contrasted with latex skirts and PVC wide-leg trousers. The makeup, hair, and accessories were just as bold as the prints, with lots of glitter, feathers, and jewelry. A couple of models wore statement t-shirts with the hashtags #mypussymychoice, #kissmyass, #letsleadnotfollow, #racehuman, and #riotsnotdiets. These declarations directly reinforced Ruétz’s message of female power and independence to the audience. Opening with a surge of pink, the models strutted down the catwalk to loud and upbeat music, giving off a punk-rock vibe. The collection moved into fluorescent colors of green and yellow, using almost every color of the rainbow. The flowing fabrics were used in the form of long dresses or skirts paired with tomboy trainers. This type of style and silhouette was feminine yet punky. It was reminiscent of a teenage rebellion phase of ‘I do what I want.’ written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #rebekkaruetzarticle #rebekkaruetzss20 #tesshardy #mbfwbarticle #hansmannpr #hansmannprarticle _DAN0536_DAN0054_DAN0024_DAN0454
    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Rebekka Ruétz showcased her
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    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Rebekka Ruétz showcased her Spring/Summer 2020 collection at MBFW Berlin in the first week of July 2019. Entitled, ‘Pussy Power,’ the new collection was centered around the woman of today as a ‘modern Amazon,’ designed for strong and self-confident females. It is all for female empowerment. The fashion designer from Austria is not one to blend in with the crowd. Staying true to her eccentric and quirky reputation, Rebekka Ruétz used eye-catching neon colors and an assortment of layered materials for her creations. Mesh fabrics and fishnets contrasted with latex skirts and PVC wide-leg trousers. The makeup, hair, and accessories were just as bold as the prints, with lots of glitter, feathers, and jewelry. A couple of models wore statement t-shirts with the hashtags #mypussymychoice, #kissmyass, #letsleadnotfollow, #racehuman, and #riotsnotdiets. These declarations directly reinforced Ruétz’s message of female power and independence to the audience. Opening with a surge of pink, the models strutted down the catwalk to loud and upbeat music, giving off a punk-rock vibe. The collection moved into fluorescent colors of green and yellow, using almost every color of the rainbow. The flowing fabrics were used in the form of long dresses or skirts paired with tomboy trainers. This type of style and silhouette was feminine yet punky. It was reminiscent of a teenage rebellion phase of ‘I do what I want.’ written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #rebekkaruetzarticle #rebekkaruetzss20 #tesshardy #mbfwbarticle #hansmannpr #hansmannprarticle _DAN0536_DAN0054_DAN0024_DAN0454
    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Rebekka Ruétz showcased her
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    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Rebekka Ruétz showcased her Spring/Summer 2020 collection at MBFW Berlin in the first week of July 2019. Entitled, ‘Pussy Power,’ the new collection was centered around the woman of today as a ‘modern Amazon,’ designed for strong and self-confident females. It is all for female empowerment. The fashion designer from Austria is not one to blend in with the crowd. Staying true to her eccentric and quirky reputation, Rebekka Ruétz used eye-catching neon colors and an assortment of layered materials for her creations. Mesh fabrics and fishnets contrasted with latex skirts and PVC wide-leg trousers. The makeup, hair, and accessories were just as bold as the prints, with lots of glitter, feathers, and jewelry. A couple of models wore statement t-shirts with the hashtags #mypussymychoice, #kissmyass, #letsleadnotfollow, #racehuman, and #riotsnotdiets. These declarations directly reinforced Ruétz’s message of female power and independence to the audience. Opening with a surge of pink, the models strutted down the catwalk to loud and upbeat music, giving off a punk-rock vibe. The collection moved into fluorescent colors of green and yellow, using almost every color of the rainbow. The flowing fabrics were used in the form of long dresses or skirts paired with tomboy trainers. This type of style and silhouette was feminine yet punky. It was reminiscent of a teenage rebellion phase of ‘I do what I want.’ written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #rebekkaruetzarticle #rebekkaruetzss20 #tesshardy #mbfwbarticle #hansmannpr #hansmannprarticle _DAN0536_DAN0054_DAN0024_DAN0454
    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Rebekka Ruétz showcased her
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    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
    Jale Richert and Michele Beil first established their brand, Richert Beil, during 2014 in Berlin. The designer duo is well-known for using high-quality fabrics for both men and women, manufacturing clothes based on tradition and culture. The…[Read more]

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    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Jale Richert and Michele Beil first established their brand, Richert Beil, during 2014 in Berlin. The designer duo is well-known for using high-quality fabrics for both men and women, manufacturing clothes based on tradition and culture. The Spring/Summer 2020 collection presented at MBFW Berlin in July 2019, however, was far from traditional! Located at E-Werk in Mitte, Richert Beil’s collection titled, ‘Unscharf,’ set the standards extremely high for the rest of the brands walking that week. It got off to a strong start with a voiceover highlighting the important changes in the fashion industry. References were made about the rise of gender equality, respecting and understanding humanity, ensuring better production conditions, and having esteem for the ecological climate. They reiterated how we must do all that we can with our ‘ability to improve the conditions of unstoppable climate change’ by coming up with ‘new solutions and concepts to create fashion and still save planet Earth.’ The introduction, combined with the music and set design, created an enormously powerful impact that lasted for the whole show. It was exceptional story-telling. With the main focus on jackets and coats, Richert Beil analyzed the artificially imposed differences between men and women. Male models wore dresses and tassel skirts with oversized shirts, and females wore suit jackets with bare skin showing underneath. The diverse cast of models wore gender-neutral tones of black, white, and grey. Strikingly, the models strolled slowly down the runway with shaved heads, sometimes with a long strand of hair still attached. Projected in the background was a film of the designers getting their heads shaved, collecting their hair in a bag with the words ‘there is human underneath’ on screen. The significance of this was to challenge stereotypical beauty standards, freeing themselves from external characteristics. The final model confidently walked out in a see-through PVC jacket and a black thong – his buttocks on full display. Two phones were playing the same projected video in his coat pockets. This felt a bit like a statement art exhibition. It was beautifully thought-provoking and emotional to watch. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #richertbeil #richertbeilarticle #richertbeilss20 #tesshardy #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #composerelations #composerelationsarticle _PLA0075_PLA0189_PLA0738_PLA0564
    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
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    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Jale Richert and Michele Beil first established their brand, Richert Beil, during 2014 in Berlin. The designer duo is well-known for using high-quality fabrics for both men and women, manufacturing clothes based on tradition and culture. The Spring/Summer 2020 collection presented at MBFW Berlin in July 2019, however, was far from traditional! Located at E-Werk in Mitte, Richert Beil’s collection titled, ‘Unscharf,’ set the standards extremely high for the rest of the brands walking that week. It got off to a strong start with a voiceover highlighting the important changes in the fashion industry. References were made about the rise of gender equality, respecting and understanding humanity, ensuring better production conditions, and having esteem for the ecological climate. They reiterated how we must do all that we can with our ‘ability to improve the conditions of unstoppable climate change’ by coming up with ‘new solutions and concepts to create fashion and still save planet Earth.’ The introduction, combined with the music and set design, created an enormously powerful impact that lasted for the whole show. It was exceptional story-telling. With the main focus on jackets and coats, Richert Beil analyzed the artificially imposed differences between men and women. Male models wore dresses and tassel skirts with oversized shirts, and females wore suit jackets with bare skin showing underneath. The diverse cast of models wore gender-neutral tones of black, white, and grey. Strikingly, the models strolled slowly down the runway with shaved heads, sometimes with a long strand of hair still attached. Projected in the background was a film of the designers getting their heads shaved, collecting their hair in a bag with the words ‘there is human underneath’ on screen. The significance of this was to challenge stereotypical beauty standards, freeing themselves from external characteristics. The final model confidently walked out in a see-through PVC jacket and a black thong – his buttocks on full display. Two phones were playing the same projected video in his coat pockets. This felt a bit like a statement art exhibition. It was beautifully thought-provoking and emotional to watch. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #richertbeil #richertbeilarticle #richertbeilss20 #tesshardy #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #composerelations #composerelationsarticle _PLA0075_PLA0189_PLA0738_PLA0564
    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
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    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Jale Richert and Michele Beil first established their brand, Richert Beil, during 2014 in Berlin. The designer duo is well-known for using high-quality fabrics for both men and women, manufacturing clothes based on tradition and culture. The Spring/Summer 2020 collection presented at MBFW Berlin in July 2019, however, was far from traditional! Located at E-Werk in Mitte, Richert Beil’s collection titled, ‘Unscharf,’ set the standards extremely high for the rest of the brands walking that week. It got off to a strong start with a voiceover highlighting the important changes in the fashion industry. References were made about the rise of gender equality, respecting and understanding humanity, ensuring better production conditions, and having esteem for the ecological climate. They reiterated how we must do all that we can with our ‘ability to improve the conditions of unstoppable climate change’ by coming up with ‘new solutions and concepts to create fashion and still save planet Earth.’ The introduction, combined with the music and set design, created an enormously powerful impact that lasted for the whole show. It was exceptional story-telling. With the main focus on jackets and coats, Richert Beil analyzed the artificially imposed differences between men and women. Male models wore dresses and tassel skirts with oversized shirts, and females wore suit jackets with bare skin showing underneath. The diverse cast of models wore gender-neutral tones of black, white, and grey. Strikingly, the models strolled slowly down the runway with shaved heads, sometimes with a long strand of hair still attached. Projected in the background was a film of the designers getting their heads shaved, collecting their hair in a bag with the words ‘there is human underneath’ on screen. The significance of this was to challenge stereotypical beauty standards, freeing themselves from external characteristics. The final model confidently walked out in a see-through PVC jacket and a black thong – his buttocks on full display. Two phones were playing the same projected video in his coat pockets. This felt a bit like a statement art exhibition. It was beautifully thought-provoking and emotional to watch. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #richertbeil #richertbeilarticle #richertbeilss20 #tesshardy #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #composerelations #composerelationsarticle _PLA0075_PLA0189_PLA0738_PLA0564
    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
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    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Jale Richert and Michele Beil first established their brand, Richert Beil, during 2014 in Berlin. The designer duo is well-known for using high-quality fabrics for both men and women, manufacturing clothes based on tradition and culture. The Spring/Summer 2020 collection presented at MBFW Berlin in July 2019, however, was far from traditional! Located at E-Werk in Mitte, Richert Beil’s collection titled, ‘Unscharf,’ set the standards extremely high for the rest of the brands walking that week. It got off to a strong start with a voiceover highlighting the important changes in the fashion industry. References were made about the rise of gender equality, respecting and understanding humanity, ensuring better production conditions, and having esteem for the ecological climate. They reiterated how we must do all that we can with our ‘ability to improve the conditions of unstoppable climate change’ by coming up with ‘new solutions and concepts to create fashion and still save planet Earth.’ The introduction, combined with the music and set design, created an enormously powerful impact that lasted for the whole show. It was exceptional story-telling. With the main focus on jackets and coats, Richert Beil analyzed the artificially imposed differences between men and women. Male models wore dresses and tassel skirts with oversized shirts, and females wore suit jackets with bare skin showing underneath. The diverse cast of models wore gender-neutral tones of black, white, and grey. Strikingly, the models strolled slowly down the runway with shaved heads, sometimes with a long strand of hair still attached. Projected in the background was a film of the designers getting their heads shaved, collecting their hair in a bag with the words ‘there is human underneath’ on screen. The significance of this was to challenge stereotypical beauty standards, freeing themselves from external characteristics. The final model confidently walked out in a see-through PVC jacket and a black thong – his buttocks on full display. Two phones were playing the same projected video in his coat pockets. This felt a bit like a statement art exhibition. It was beautifully thought-provoking and emotional to watch. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #richertbeil #richertbeilarticle #richertbeilss20 #tesshardy #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #composerelations #composerelationsarticle _PLA0075_PLA0189_PLA0738_PLA0564
    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
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    Casual Vibes at Cross Jeans Fall Winter 2019
    Cross Jeans is all about tradition and making a statement with denim. Their fashion-forward jeans in different cuts and colors have something for everyone, as they offer everything from tube jeans to straight fit jeans, skinny jeans, and bell bottoms. Besides,…[Read more]

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    The Color Spectacle at Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin
    The title for Marc Cain’s spring/summer 2020 fashion show, held in Berlin on the 2nd of July in the Berliner Velodrom, could not have been chosen better. ‘Colour in Motion’ was all about royal blue and floral printed summer dresses, bright pink check…[Read more]

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    The Color Spectacle at Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin The title for Marc Cain’s spring/summer 2020 fashion show, held in Berlin on the 2nd of July in the Berliner Velodrom, could not have been chosen better. ‘Colour in Motion’ was all about royal blue and floral printed summer dresses, bright pink checkered blazers, neon yellow shoulder bags, and full ensembles in leopard print and zebra stripes. As Marc Cain is famous for his designs with animal prints, these last ones could not be missing from the collection. The opening look, a light pink oversized blazer, long shorts, and Crayola blue pumps combination, set the tone for the entire show: extravagant yet wearable. Mint green heels, open sandals, and sneakers with calf-length socks graced the catwalk and added to the collection’s playfulness. The jewelry was colorful and exotic, as dramatic asymmetric earrings and heavy necklaces adorned the ears and necks of the models. White and silver hair bands, bucket hats, and straw sun hats elegantly topped their heads. The most-worn hairstyle was the classic messy bun, but several models sported sleek and short coupes as well. The models’ make-up was cold yet vivid, as most of them were wearing a bright blue eyeshadow color. The impressive light installation, designed by Kurt Laurenz Theinert, perfectly underlined the theme of the show. The setting showed a unique play of light and colors that was projected over the entire location on 15m long wire curtains. The 56m long zebra-striped catwalk made the colors of the clothes stand out even more. The whole show just breathed energy and excitement. Famous attendees were Heike Makatsch, Yvonne Catterfeld, Veronica Ferres, Esther Schweins, and Janina Uhse. Influencers like Kate Gelinsky, Nina Suess, Tiany Kirilove, Caro Daur, Leonie Hanne, and Nina Schwichtenberg were present as well. Amongst the most influential models were Caroline Winberg, Kris Gottschalk, and Kenya Kinski-Jones, the daughter of Nastassja Kinski and Quincy Jones. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #marccain #marccainarticle #marccainss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle _DAN0851_DAN0638_DAN0175_DAN0159
    The Color Spectacle at Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin The tit
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    The Color Spectacle at Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin The title for Marc Cain’s spring/summer 2020 fashion show, held in Berlin on the 2nd of July in the Berliner Velodrom, could not have been chosen better. ‘Colour in Motion’ was all about royal blue and floral printed summer dresses, bright pink checkered blazers, neon yellow shoulder bags, and full ensembles in leopard print and zebra stripes. As Marc Cain is famous for his designs with animal prints, these last ones could not be missing from the collection. The opening look, a light pink oversized blazer, long shorts, and Crayola blue pumps combination, set the tone for the entire show: extravagant yet wearable. Mint green heels, open sandals, and sneakers with calf-length socks graced the catwalk and added to the collection’s playfulness. The jewelry was colorful and exotic, as dramatic asymmetric earrings and heavy necklaces adorned the ears and necks of the models. White and silver hair bands, bucket hats, and straw sun hats elegantly topped their heads. The most-worn hairstyle was the classic messy bun, but several models sported sleek and short coupes as well. The models’ make-up was cold yet vivid, as most of them were wearing a bright blue eyeshadow color. The impressive light installation, designed by Kurt Laurenz Theinert, perfectly underlined the theme of the show. The setting showed a unique play of light and colors that was projected over the entire location on 15m long wire curtains. The 56m long zebra-striped catwalk made the colors of the clothes stand out even more. The whole show just breathed energy and excitement. Famous attendees were Heike Makatsch, Yvonne Catterfeld, Veronica Ferres, Esther Schweins, and Janina Uhse. Influencers like Kate Gelinsky, Nina Suess, Tiany Kirilove, Caro Daur, Leonie Hanne, and Nina Schwichtenberg were present as well. Amongst the most influential models were Caroline Winberg, Kris Gottschalk, and Kenya Kinski-Jones, the daughter of Nastassja Kinski and Quincy Jones. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #marccain #marccainarticle #marccainss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle _DAN0851_DAN0638_DAN0175_DAN0159
    The Color Spectacle at Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin The tit
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    The Color Spectacle at Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin The title for Marc Cain’s spring/summer 2020 fashion show, held in Berlin on the 2nd of July in the Berliner Velodrom, could not have been chosen better. ‘Colour in Motion’ was all about royal blue and floral printed summer dresses, bright pink checkered blazers, neon yellow shoulder bags, and full ensembles in leopard print and zebra stripes. As Marc Cain is famous for his designs with animal prints, these last ones could not be missing from the collection. The opening look, a light pink oversized blazer, long shorts, and Crayola blue pumps combination, set the tone for the entire show: extravagant yet wearable. Mint green heels, open sandals, and sneakers with calf-length socks graced the catwalk and added to the collection’s playfulness. The jewelry was colorful and exotic, as dramatic asymmetric earrings and heavy necklaces adorned the ears and necks of the models. White and silver hair bands, bucket hats, and straw sun hats elegantly topped their heads. The most-worn hairstyle was the classic messy bun, but several models sported sleek and short coupes as well. The models’ make-up was cold yet vivid, as most of them were wearing a bright blue eyeshadow color. The impressive light installation, designed by Kurt Laurenz Theinert, perfectly underlined the theme of the show. The setting showed a unique play of light and colors that was projected over the entire location on 15m long wire curtains. The 56m long zebra-striped catwalk made the colors of the clothes stand out even more. The whole show just breathed energy and excitement. Famous attendees were Heike Makatsch, Yvonne Catterfeld, Veronica Ferres, Esther Schweins, and Janina Uhse. Influencers like Kate Gelinsky, Nina Suess, Tiany Kirilove, Caro Daur, Leonie Hanne, and Nina Schwichtenberg were present as well. Amongst the most influential models were Caroline Winberg, Kris Gottschalk, and Kenya Kinski-Jones, the daughter of Nastassja Kinski and Quincy Jones. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #marccain #marccainarticle #marccainss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle _DAN0851_DAN0638_DAN0175_DAN0159
    The Color Spectacle at Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin The tit
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    The Color Spectacle at Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin The title for Marc Cain’s spring/summer 2020 fashion show, held in Berlin on the 2nd of July in the Berliner Velodrom, could not have been chosen better. ‘Colour in Motion’ was all about royal blue and floral printed summer dresses, bright pink checkered blazers, neon yellow shoulder bags, and full ensembles in leopard print and zebra stripes. As Marc Cain is famous for his designs with animal prints, these last ones could not be missing from the collection. The opening look, a light pink oversized blazer, long shorts, and Crayola blue pumps combination, set the tone for the entire show: extravagant yet wearable. Mint green heels, open sandals, and sneakers with calf-length socks graced the catwalk and added to the collection’s playfulness. The jewelry was colorful and exotic, as dramatic asymmetric earrings and heavy necklaces adorned the ears and necks of the models. White and silver hair bands, bucket hats, and straw sun hats elegantly topped their heads. The most-worn hairstyle was the classic messy bun, but several models sported sleek and short coupes as well. The models’ make-up was cold yet vivid, as most of them were wearing a bright blue eyeshadow color. The impressive light installation, designed by Kurt Laurenz Theinert, perfectly underlined the theme of the show. The setting showed a unique play of light and colors that was projected over the entire location on 15m long wire curtains. The 56m long zebra-striped catwalk made the colors of the clothes stand out even more. The whole show just breathed energy and excitement. Famous attendees were Heike Makatsch, Yvonne Catterfeld, Veronica Ferres, Esther Schweins, and Janina Uhse. Influencers like Kate Gelinsky, Nina Suess, Tiany Kirilove, Caro Daur, Leonie Hanne, and Nina Schwichtenberg were present as well. Amongst the most influential models were Caroline Winberg, Kris Gottschalk, and Kenya Kinski-Jones, the daughter of Nastassja Kinski and Quincy Jones. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #marccain #marccainarticle #marccainss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle _DAN0851_DAN0638_DAN0175_DAN0159
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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin
    Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’…[Read more]

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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’s by way of fusing the vintage with the classic. A deep, berry-toned floral pattern over a black background is cut into a classic knee-length A-line skirt, evoking both the simplicity of the ’90s and the familiarity of the ’50s. Hoschek derives inspiration for her silhouettes from Christian Dior’s famed “New Look,” with double-breasted dresses cinched in by a belt at the waist. Hoschek evokes the sense of immaculate attention to detail by the 1950’s housewife, while contrasting it in minute ways. One model in a knee-length skirt walked the runway with mismatched high heels: one black, one cream, perhaps to challenge the way we view women’s fashion of the past. Rather than using bright and flowery prints, Hoschek’s models don black and gold garments, illustrations of hands suggesting palm-readings and spirituality, and countless numbers fixed with black corsets in unexpected places. These details, paired with sultry, dark makeup, put a spin on the cultural understanding of feminine dress throughout the years. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lenahoschek #lenahoschekarticle #lenahoschekfw19 #emmakolakowski #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle hauturely_image00100-1hauturely_image00113hauturely_image00054-1hauturely_image00056-1
    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Au
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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’s by way of fusing the vintage with the classic. A deep, berry-toned floral pattern over a black background is cut into a classic knee-length A-line skirt, evoking both the simplicity of the ’90s and the familiarity of the ’50s. Hoschek derives inspiration for her silhouettes from Christian Dior’s famed “New Look,” with double-breasted dresses cinched in by a belt at the waist. Hoschek evokes the sense of immaculate attention to detail by the 1950’s housewife, while contrasting it in minute ways. One model in a knee-length skirt walked the runway with mismatched high heels: one black, one cream, perhaps to challenge the way we view women’s fashion of the past. Rather than using bright and flowery prints, Hoschek’s models don black and gold garments, illustrations of hands suggesting palm-readings and spirituality, and countless numbers fixed with black corsets in unexpected places. These details, paired with sultry, dark makeup, put a spin on the cultural understanding of feminine dress throughout the years. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lenahoschek #lenahoschekarticle #lenahoschekfw19 #emmakolakowski #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle hauturely_image00100-1hauturely_image00113hauturely_image00054-1hauturely_image00056-1
    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Au
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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’s by way of fusing the vintage with the classic. A deep, berry-toned floral pattern over a black background is cut into a classic knee-length A-line skirt, evoking both the simplicity of the ’90s and the familiarity of the ’50s. Hoschek derives inspiration for her silhouettes from Christian Dior’s famed “New Look,” with double-breasted dresses cinched in by a belt at the waist. Hoschek evokes the sense of immaculate attention to detail by the 1950’s housewife, while contrasting it in minute ways. One model in a knee-length skirt walked the runway with mismatched high heels: one black, one cream, perhaps to challenge the way we view women’s fashion of the past. Rather than using bright and flowery prints, Hoschek’s models don black and gold garments, illustrations of hands suggesting palm-readings and spirituality, and countless numbers fixed with black corsets in unexpected places. These details, paired with sultry, dark makeup, put a spin on the cultural understanding of feminine dress throughout the years. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lenahoschek #lenahoschekarticle #lenahoschekfw19 #emmakolakowski #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle hauturely_image00100-1hauturely_image00113hauturely_image00054-1hauturely_image00056-1
    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Au
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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’s by way of fusing the vintage with the classic. A deep, berry-toned floral pattern over a black background is cut into a classic knee-length A-line skirt, evoking both the simplicity of the ’90s and the familiarity of the ’50s. Hoschek derives inspiration for her silhouettes from Christian Dior’s famed “New Look,” with double-breasted dresses cinched in by a belt at the waist. Hoschek evokes the sense of immaculate attention to detail by the 1950’s housewife, while contrasting it in minute ways. One model in a knee-length skirt walked the runway with mismatched high heels: one black, one cream, perhaps to challenge the way we view women’s fashion of the past. Rather than using bright and flowery prints, Hoschek’s models don black and gold garments, illustrations of hands suggesting palm-readings and spirituality, and countless numbers fixed with black corsets in unexpected places. These details, paired with sultry, dark makeup, put a spin on the cultural understanding of feminine dress throughout the years. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lenahoschek #lenahoschekarticle #lenahoschekfw19 #emmakolakowski #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle hauturely_image00100-1hauturely_image00113hauturely_image00054-1hauturely_image00056-1
    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Au
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
    The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna.…[Read more]

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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    A Modern Fairytale at Lana Mueller Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
    The designer Lana Mueller, who was born in Kazakhstan and grew up in Hambourg, founded her homonymous label in 2015. She first started designing couture and evening dresses, but soon she added a ready to wear line. In 2016, she showed her collection at…[Read more]

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    A Modern Fairytale at Lana Mueller Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The designer Lana Mueller, who was born in Kazakhstan and grew up in Hambourg, founded her homonymous label in 2015. She first started designing couture and evening dresses, but soon she added a ready to wear line. In 2016, she showed her collection at Berlin Fashion Week for the first time. Since then, the brand has become one of the top references for this event. Lana Mueller\'s designs are for strong and confident women who want to show their femininity with a sensual and elegant touch at the same time. She says that “a woman should feel like she is wearing a couture dress all the time,” and that is the definition of the collections she creates. For SS20, Lana Mueller presented a collection called Modern Fairytale. Models walked the runway with harmonious music presenting a collection made only of dresses. Short or long, all of them were fluid and airy. At the same time, the designer wanted to highlight the women’s silhouette by using the Mermaid cut, a marked waist, daring necklines, or tight skirts. The first section of the show presented more formal dresses in pale pink, bright fuchsia and coral red hues. Some of the dresses were combined with parts in lace or embroidered floral prints. The second section of the show included fantasy dresses; models looked like real-life fairies. These dresses were made from delicate see-through tulle in white, pastel blue, lavender or pale pink shades. The special focus has to go to the beautiful high-quality embroidery of flowers that adorned these dresses. The embroidered flowers, together with the natural ones that models wore in their hair, finished the perfect modern fairytale look. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Lana Mueller Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lanamueller #lanamuellerarticle #lanamuellerss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #lmcouture #lmcouturearticle hauturely_image00105hauturely_image00060hauturely_image00053hauturely_image00017
    A Modern Fairytale at Lana Mueller Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The d
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    A Modern Fairytale at Lana Mueller Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The designer Lana Mueller, who was born in Kazakhstan and grew up in Hambourg, founded her homonymous label in 2015. She first started designing couture and evening dresses, but soon she added a ready to wear line. In 2016, she showed her collection at Berlin Fashion Week for the first time. Since then, the brand has become one of the top references for this event. Lana Mueller\'s designs are for strong and confident women who want to show their femininity with a sensual and elegant touch at the same time. She says that “a woman should feel like she is wearing a couture dress all the time,” and that is the definition of the collections she creates. For SS20, Lana Mueller presented a collection called Modern Fairytale. Models walked the runway with harmonious music presenting a collection made only of dresses. Short or long, all of them were fluid and airy. At the same time, the designer wanted to highlight the women’s silhouette by using the Mermaid cut, a marked waist, daring necklines, or tight skirts. The first section of the show presented more formal dresses in pale pink, bright fuchsia and coral red hues. Some of the dresses were combined with parts in lace or embroidered floral prints. The second section of the show included fantasy dresses; models looked like real-life fairies. These dresses were made from delicate see-through tulle in white, pastel blue, lavender or pale pink shades. The special focus has to go to the beautiful high-quality embroidery of flowers that adorned these dresses. The embroidered flowers, together with the natural ones that models wore in their hair, finished the perfect modern fairytale look. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Lana Mueller Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lanamueller #lanamuellerarticle #lanamuellerss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #lmcouture #lmcouturearticle hauturely_image00105hauturely_image00060hauturely_image00053hauturely_image00017
    A Modern Fairytale at Lana Mueller Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The d
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    A Modern Fairytale at Lana Mueller Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The designer Lana Mueller, who was born in Kazakhstan and grew up in Hambourg, founded her homonymous label in 2015. She first started designing couture and evening dresses, but soon she added a ready to wear line. In 2016, she showed her collection at Berlin Fashion Week for the first time. Since then, the brand has become one of the top references for this event. Lana Mueller\'s designs are for strong and confident women who want to show their femininity with a sensual and elegant touch at the same time. She says that “a woman should feel like she is wearing a couture dress all the time,” and that is the definition of the collections she creates. For SS20, Lana Mueller presented a collection called Modern Fairytale. Models walked the runway with harmonious music presenting a collection made only of dresses. Short or long, all of them were fluid and airy. At the same time, the designer wanted to highlight the women’s silhouette by using the Mermaid cut, a marked waist, daring necklines, or tight skirts. The first section of the show presented more formal dresses in pale pink, bright fuchsia and coral red hues. Some of the dresses were combined with parts in lace or embroidered floral prints. The second section of the show included fantasy dresses; models looked like real-life fairies. These dresses were made from delicate see-through tulle in white, pastel blue, lavender or pale pink shades. The special focus has to go to the beautiful high-quality embroidery of flowers that adorned these dresses. The embroidered flowers, together with the natural ones that models wore in their hair, finished the perfect modern fairytale look. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Lana Mueller Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lanamueller #lanamuellerarticle #lanamuellerss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #lmcouture #lmcouturearticle hauturely_image00105hauturely_image00060hauturely_image00053hauturely_image00017
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    A Modern Fairytale at Lana Mueller Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The designer Lana Mueller, who was born in Kazakhstan and grew up in Hambourg, founded her homonymous label in 2015. She first started designing couture and evening dresses, but soon she added a ready to wear line. In 2016, she showed her collection at Berlin Fashion Week for the first time. Since then, the brand has become one of the top references for this event. Lana Mueller\'s designs are for strong and confident women who want to show their femininity with a sensual and elegant touch at the same time. She says that “a woman should feel like she is wearing a couture dress all the time,” and that is the definition of the collections she creates. For SS20, Lana Mueller presented a collection called Modern Fairytale. Models walked the runway with harmonious music presenting a collection made only of dresses. Short or long, all of them were fluid and airy. At the same time, the designer wanted to highlight the women’s silhouette by using the Mermaid cut, a marked waist, daring necklines, or tight skirts. The first section of the show presented more formal dresses in pale pink, bright fuchsia and coral red hues. Some of the dresses were combined with parts in lace or embroidered floral prints. The second section of the show included fantasy dresses; models looked like real-life fairies. These dresses were made from delicate see-through tulle in white, pastel blue, lavender or pale pink shades. The special focus has to go to the beautiful high-quality embroidery of flowers that adorned these dresses. The embroidered flowers, together with the natural ones that models wore in their hair, finished the perfect modern fairytale look. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Lana Mueller Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lanamueller #lanamuellerarticle #lanamuellerss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #lmcouture #lmcouturearticle hauturely_image00105hauturely_image00060hauturely_image00053hauturely_image00017
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