The latest collections from Berlin Fashion Week.
Augustin Teboul: Annelie Augustin and Odély Teboul changed things up for fall.
Brachmann: Reconstructed, tailored men’s wear remained Jennifer Brachmann’s modus operandi for fall.
Dawid Tomaszewski: Dawid Tomaszewski’s urban sophisticates leaned experimental this season.
Dorothee Schumacher: Dorothee Schumacher’s fall collection scored points for sporty spirit and modern girlish attitude.
Esther Perbandt: A retro-futurist mood dominated Esther Perbandt’s fall collection.
Isabell de Hillerin: Taking her cues from the surreal world of David Lynch, Isabell de Hillerin delved into dark for her latest collection.
Kilian Kerner: There was a lot to tweet about in Kilian Kerner’s fall show, where bird motifs made a constant appearance in his women’s and men’s looks.
Laurèl: As Elisabeth Schwaiger marked 20 years as Laurèl’s head of design, she was clearly feeling nostalgic.
Louise Friedlaender: There’s been considerable interest in Louise Friedlaender’s modern way with local handcrafts, including weaving, knitting and goldsmithing.
Malaikaraiss: One of the city’s more business-minded young designers, Malaika Raiss has been working to broaden her girly-cool ethos.
Marina Hoermanseder: Marina Hoermanseder took inspiration from courageous women, including Amelia Earhart.
Nobi Talai: In her second Nobi Talai collection, Berlin designer Nobieh Talaei lived up to the reputation that earned her the Fashion Council Germany’s first Fellowship mentee award as well as this season’s Premium Young Designers prize.
Perret Schaad: Johanna Perret and Tutia Schaad staged their fall show in the aisles of a home-improvement store, using the wood department to underscore the architectural yet earthy nature of their collection.
Philomena Zanetti: For Philomena Zanetti’s debut at Berlin Fashion Week, designer Julia Leifert translated references to the rugged Irish countryside into minimal separates that will play well in an urban environment.
René Storck: Ever a neoclassicist, Frankfurt-based René Storck presented a neo-casual side to his tony wardrobe staples for fall.
Sadak: Sadak designer Saša Kovačević’s extravagant, oversize streetwear took a more serious tone this season.
Vladimir Karaleev: Less graphic and more amorphous, Vladimir Karaleev’s fall collection featured a revamp of his characteristic deconstructivist aesthetic.
William Fan: William Fan declared he was in a real disco mood for fall, craving glamour he associates with the disco heyday of the Seventies.
Zukker: Inspired by mountain bike racing, Zukker’s fall collection had a few figurative peaks and valleys.