Berlin Fashion Week was treasure trove of designers some of which dress celebrities such as Taylor Swift and Solange Knowles. The event gave us such an array of multifarious inspirational designs that DIFORM have highlighted some of our favourite designers at Berlin Fashion Week show.
, is a funky British fashion label established in 2011 and recently awarded the British Fashion Council’s Contemporary Award. Being the first on our list of inspiring designs. Their Fall 2015 collection featured bold shapes and a muted colour palette, creating a sleek runway presentation. They have dressed the likes of Wolf of Wall St actress Margot Robbie to Suki Waterhouse with an extensive list of celebrity clientele. Success for this label seems inevitable so make sure to check their social media links Website, Facebook and Instagram.
is the next fashion label on our list. Founded by a creative trio Eszter Füzes, Attila Godena-Juhász and András Tóth in 2004, the Hungarian label quickly became one of Hungary’s top fashion brands. With an aim to make their designs known worldwide whilst keeping something that was truly authentic to Hungarian style. Their Fall 2015 collection was inspired by the Japanese intellectual, which had models walking down the all white runway in short black hair wigs and simple hanging ear cuffs. Each look embodied sophistication, with catchy prints and pastel pink on oversized coats. Follow Use Unused on their Website for updates on their up and coming collections.
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Bobby Kolade is a Sudanese born fashion designer, who launched his clothing label in 2013. With an extensive history in design from interning with prestigious fashion houses Martin Maison Margiela and Balenciaga after studying at Berlin, Weißensee School of Art. His Fall 2015 collection had a mixture of African inspired prints with bold colours that definitely caught our attention on the final day at Berlin Fashion Week. Make sure to follow his designs via his website here.
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One of the most exciting collections to be showcased on the Berlin runway was by Known for their party influenced designs, full of vibrant colour and personality, as each piece from Kilian Kerner was more extravagant than the next. The collection was unisex, with prints inspired from Prada’s Spring Summer 1996 collection which you can see in the garments. Make sure to follow the label’s designs via their Website and Twitter.
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