BFW: Die Highlights Part 4-6

What a merry go around! Berlin Fashion Week at it’s best with designers like GLÜCK CLOTHES, LOU DE BÈTOLY and SIA ARNIKA. Discover Part 4-6.



Thursday, 8th February 2024  


„Opera“ is the title of Rianna + Ninas Fall/Winter 24/25 collection, showcased by the duo in the impressively halls of the Bode Museum. Once again, the Berlin Contemporary winners transformed unique vintage fabrics into colorful one-of-a-kind pieces, inspired by a very special icon. Read more

   „Our fashion embodies diversity and celebrates joy of life with vibrant colors. We aim to spread euphoria and optimism with our designs.“   

Rianna Kounou and Nina Knaudt, RIANNA + NINA


Marie Lueder showcased her „Mono-Myth“ collection at the former n24 film studio at Potsdamer Platz. The models sported androgynous looks crafted from denim, jersey, and eco-nylon, orbiting around a four-meter-tall light sphere – symbolizing a sun that never sets. Read more

“The suits! The canvas is not existent and the elbows are accentuated like the engineered knit which is based on a medieval metal armor suit of a knight. A recurring theme for the pattern cutting in this collection.”   

Marie Lueder, LUEDER


Thursday, 8th February 2024


The FW24 collection presentation by SF1OG took place at the Ernst-Reuter-Gymnasium, resembling a nostalgic journey back to our school days. The numerous guests were seated on school chairs while models walked through a backdrop of chalkboards, apples, and school desks. Accessories such as backpacks, leather satchels, or an old issue of Bravo, along with remixes of nineties classics like Teenage Dirtbag, Butterfly, or Narcotic, intensified the flashback. Read more


„Each collection I create embraces duality, and this narrative revolves around contrasts like disarray and ornamentation, the mundane and the provocative, and the art of layering and shaping,“ shares Berlin Contemporary designer Sia Arnika about her Fall/Winter 24/25 collection. Read more


The Berlin Contemporary newcomer label Kitschy Couture’s showcase at Ballhaus Pankow was a grand celebration of love, identity, and cultural rediscovery. In her collection named „Buttercream Fantasy,“ designer Abarna Kugathasan presented intricate saris, lingerie-inspired looks, and dramatic bridal dresses, drawing inspiration from her Sri Lankan and Tamil roots. Read more


Wednesday, 7th February 2024  


Odely Teboul presented the collection for her label Lou de Bètoly in the vacant premises of the former Habitat furniture store at Potsdamer Platz. Black foil formed the dystopian backdrop for the French designer’s powdery lingerie-inspired looks. Read more

“Berlin is where I found my voice!“

Odely Teboul, Lou de Bétoly


„Pfoten weg!“ is the name of Namilia’s AW24 collection, eagerly anticipated by the colorful fan crowd of the label on Tuesday evening at the Kulturforum Gemäldegalerie. Inspired by medieval armor, military looks, and glamorous trash, Emilia Pfohl and Nan Li presented looks that, as usual, provocatively addressed the hate against queer people who bravely navigate public spaces. Read more  


This season, the collection called „Ain’t it different?“, by Mitya Hontarenko for PLNGNS once again exemplifies how sustainability, craftsmanship, and zeitgeist come together. The Ukrainian designer presented looks crafted exclusively from upcycled and recycled materials, primarily sneakers. Read more


The GLÜCK collection „Surrealistic Dreamscape,“ according to Egor Bashtovenko, appeals to the depths of the subconscious. The Ukrainian designer drew his inspiration from music, particularly pieces by Sven Väth, for this season. Read more

05.02.2024 – 08.02.2024


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