Newest Trends Focus at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week

Mercedes Benz Fashion WeekThe German bi-annual fashion showcase Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin highlighted newest trends for the upcoming Fall/Winter season from a creative group of young and seasoned designers.

The fashion week debutante Whitetail’s designer of Estonian origin Margit Peura displayed a sustainably produced range made using Peruvian Alpaca fibers. Incorporated with transparent pockets, the collection included black wool dresses, flared jogging pants and classic waistcoats.

Kristina Puljan and Martin Eichler, the duo behind Berlin-based fashion label Vektor, chose a powerful colour palette, comprising shades of magenta, dark slate blue, white and black, to create their designs. Detailed with cutouts in insect structures and innovative belts, the featured pieces were calf-length midi skirts and dresses alongside an array of coats and jackets in varying volumes.

Budapest-based label Used Unused’s talented trio Eszter Füzes, Attila Godena-Juhasz and Andras Toth brought the Hungarian feminine chic right on the German catwalk. The collection showed culottes, classically cut vests and long, narrow trousers. The HTW Berlin-University of Applied Sciences’ Fashion Design and Clothing Technology students staged a collective catwalk titled Studio30PH at the event.

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