Lena Hoschek sent down the runway Hungarian folklore inspired silhouettes, all looking playful and mighty delicious. The color red made a great match with flower patterns and dominated the entire shoewear. The style is diverse, ranging from elegant to hippie. In between, we find off shoulder tops worn next to medium flared skirts. The vibe is playful and flirtatious, reinforced by one-sided braids and flower hair accessories.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Romanian designer Ioana Ciolacu explored through the minimal by creating for the runway simplistic see through silhouettes covered by comfortable pieces of clothing. The final mood is decided by disrupted proportions or coded looking prints. Hair and makeup serve to the purpose of the collection and are created to look barely touched and even unimportant.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Nathini Van Der Meer approach for presenting her collection proved to be a breath of fresh air for the lovers of creative delivery. The designer paired its real-life silhouettes with massive paintings depicting models showcasing in relaxed attitudes some other looks from maybe the same collection.
Mercedez Benz Fashion Week Berlin SS 2018 is unfolding until Friday, July 7.