The last day of any fashion week is sad, and Berlin was no different. Sad because all of the fabulous designers, bloggers, editors, models, hair and make-up people go back to their own places of work and do what they do best which is prepare for next season where there will be another bigger and better fashion week.
The scene of the shows on the last day was that of excitement and monolithic talent. Mariusz Przybylski who did a co-ed collection did an amazing job of incorporating new menswear to fashion in the form of a burnt orange mid thigh coat, pale nude turtle neck on white pants, and a charcoal deconstructed top with charcoal dress pants. They received much praise. Dawid Tomaszewski designed a collection that was heavy on lace and appliqué. Also each look was finished with a jewel encrusted, avant garde mask that could very well be worn to Lady GaGa’s next function. Finally there was the Minx show, airy skirts and dresses that were splashed with prints looked great on the all white catwalk. This was a very easy to wear collection that will do well in retail stores everywhere.
The Ready for Nature collection was among a sea of pinwheels that gave the collection a organic feel to it and a fun spin on eco fashion. The pieces used a lot of bright orange and leathers in black, red, orange and brown. This fashion collection was not as unique or outstanding as some of the other collections shows this day but the presentation was done well and therefore included in our writeup of Day 4 at Berlin Fashion Week.
That concludes Berlin Fashion Week for Spring 2012, now off to New York!