Image: Sandra Ebert

Our Top 4 Designers From Berlin Fashion Week SS18


Over the last couple of days, the German fashion scene came together to celebrate new talents during Berlin Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018. Besides partying, Berlin stands for innovation, creativity and modernism. We took a closer look at this season's newcomers to show you what we liked and what we didn’t. Well mostly, we likey!

Atelier About

Part of the presented “The Censorship” collection is strongly inspired by the Asian style: Chinese brocade characters with denim mashups can be seen on many tops and shorts along with Kimono-style shirts in leather. Transparent PVC jackets and pants made it impossible for the models walking down the runway to hide—or to censor themselves you could say. Statements were printed on underwear and clubbing towels along with erotic prints to showcase the desire of freedom—something that Berlin, more than any other city, represents. Belts and chains were attached between the model's legs, a silent comment on sexual oppression and lust of the flesh. Atelier About is definitely worth keeping on your tracker.

Runway Photographer: Sandra Ebert
Backstage Photographer: Marie Yako

Wiliam Fan

Fire street elements!
William Fan distorts, composes and interprets a Euro-Asian theme in his very own, elegant and calm way. This new form language is ageless and unisex. For SS18, William Fan worked with a lot of streetwear elements that gave the collection the right amount of "Berlin."

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Without Sadak, Berlin Fashion Week is NO fashion week!
The clothing is innovative and unique, while still incorporating distinctive elements from a variety of preceding periods and cultures. As essential as the clothes themselves, the attitude, mood and statements about individuality and independence are visible in the model cast. 

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Franziska Michael

Back to the '90s!
Franziska's looks are characterised and inspired by oversized cuts and a strong, consistent unisex character from the 90's. For her SS18 collection, the designer balances between polarized colors, dynamic fabrics and her own textiles. Check the runway out in the vid below!