The campaign was shot in Taormina, Sicily.
Junichi Abe tricked out classic Americana silhouettes with a patchwork of prints, plaids and fur.
The designer paid homage to fabric suppliers by printing replicas of their traditional labels and logos on some of the clothes.
The German designer presented a collection that was less “Mad Max” than last season and more intrepid explorer.
Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki put their Franco-Japanese preppy kitsch spin on American popular culture for fall.
There was much to relish here — in particular, the accessories and outerwear.
As part of an intense expansion strategy, Danish brand Samsøe & Samsøe opened its first German flagship at Berlin’s Bikini Mall.
The retail-friendly collection gleaned inspiration from forests.
Yohji Yamamoto’s poetic show was built around workwear and the power of the body.
The Austrian-French designer took her inspiration from opera divas and Victorian vamps.
Despite the freezing weather, the city is hot right now with new restaurants, spas and exhibitions. Here’s a smattering of such off-calendar finds for this fashion season.
During Berlin Fashion Week, Patricia Field presented artists from her art fashion gallery and scouted young talents with Made.
Boulézar, Horror Vacui, Tim Labenda and William Fan were honored by the Fellowship Programme by the Fashion Council Germany and H&M.