The Designers You Will Remember
Photo via Marcel Ostertag
From today till the 18th of January, the fashion world will be humming and buzzing in Germany where the Berlin Fashion Week is taking place. The German capital's lifestyle is vital, and although fashion is constantly reinventing itself, in Berlin, designers have an unmistakable style that by the way, we at Notorious love.
Among the many great designers will present their autumn/winter 2019/2020 collections, here are a few that we think you should pay extra attention to:
One of the main designers in the Berliner fashion scene, Kerner debuted at the MBFW in 2008. He used to be the regular starter of the week with 16 shows in a row. After taking a three-year break, the designer is now back to the Berlin Fashion Week under a new name; KXXK. His ready-to-wear collection ranges from business to street style looks inspired by the vibrant German capital.
The luxury fashion designer will celebrate this year his 10th anniversary. We’re looking forward to seeing his latest collection.
Ostertag graduated from Central Saint Martin College in London and launched his namesake label in 2006 in Berlin. We love his gorgeous creations that are sustainable and produced in high-quality materials.
The German designer with Asian roots worked for the British Alexander McQueen before launching his eponymous label. Fan is already internationally well-known, his urban style is a dialogue between Asian and European contrasts. The young designer will show his newest collection at the Berliner Salon.
Rianna and Nina
We are looking forward to seeing the designer duo's colourful creations at the group exhibition.
Julien Kelch is the designer behind the fashion label that will take part in the MBFW for the first time. His creations combine haute couture with ready-to-wear pieces.
Founded in 2013 by Sophie Oemus, the label's signature style is timeless and feminine pieces made in high-quality materials.
The Austro-German label was launched in 2008 by Otto Drögsler and Jörg Ehrlich that design every piece of their collections to be freely combined to achieve elegant looks.