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Aleks Kurkowski: The designer made a concise case for roughly sophisticated urban gear for men and women in a small-scale show.
Bobby Kolade: The designer showed a collection full of surprises, hybrid pieces and unusual fabrics.
Capara: In their Berlin debut, Sarajevo-born, German-bred and Belgium-trained Vera and Olivera Capara delivered an arty collection for an arty town.
Dawid Tomaszewski: Tomaszewski delivered 16 darkly elegant looks for fall at Berlin’s Kronprinzenpalais.
Dorothee Schumacher: Hell’s Angels took on a new meaning in Schumacher’s motorcycle-driven fall collection.
Esther Perbandt: Known for her androgynous deconstructed looks, the Berliner presented a strong showing of suiting-inspired looks for men and women
Hien Le: For fall, Hien Le played with both meanings in a subtle, minimalist collection that really worked.
Isabell de Hillerin: Isabell de Hillerin presented a fall collection that was equal parts tough, elegant and sweet.
Ivanman: There was no missing the color pop of Ivan Mandzukic’s electro-classic men’s wear fall lineup.
Kaviar Gauche: The offsite presentation showed a selection of bridal and evening looks with a fairytale bent, but they left little to the imagination.
Kilian Kerner: Ten days immersed in the “streets, people, colors and nature” in and around Dublin sent Berlin designer Kilian Kerner down a wildly printed path for fall.
Lena Hoschek: Lena Hoschek doesn’t deviate from her signature rockabilly dirndl style, but her fall collection was more Americana than alpine.
Marc Cain: Product director Karin Veit sent out commercial, wearable and — by Marc Cain standards — relatively toned down clothes for fall.
Marina Hoermanseder: Marina Hoermanseder is one of those emerging designers who, right off the bat, hit on an unmistakable trademark look.
Nian: Nihan Buruk brought her Nian men’s label to Berlin for the first time this season, showing a fall collection defined by strong forms and minimal detailing.
Paper London: Color-blocking, graphic elements and asymmetric cuts prevailed at Paper London’s debut MBFWB show.
Perret Schaad: Johanna Perret and Tutia Schaad took over Berlin’s Kronprinzenpalais for a wandering salon show.
Rike Feurstein: Rike Feurstein conjured up the image of a quintessential British dandy abroad in Africa for a series of whimsical pieces for men and women.
Sadak: Sasa Kovacevic sent an orange crush of stylized streetwear down the runway.
Schacky: Claudia von Schacky’s fur and leather line presented subtle tones and novel textures for fall.
Sopopular: Daniel Blechmann has previously shown he is capable of sophisticated menswear, but his fall collection was a nice reminder of the label’s street wear roots.
Zukker: Zukker means “sugar” (spelled zucker) in German, but the label’s first Berlin Fashion Week show was more zesty than sweet.