Studio 54 meets a modern, glamorous New Year's Eve party, that's how Frida Homann described her first Berlin Fashion Week Autumn-Winter collection's presentation. The young label takes on the Studio 54 scene offering us wild metropolitan atmosphere, where the clothes are kept masculine, classic, where elegance is mixed with casual. I personally felt in love with these classical techniques and sartorial futurism of minimal cuts and eye-catching details. I would like to share with you my favorites and make a review of the presented clothing combinations.
An evening blazer embellished with blue lapel handkerchief and metal details worn with straight pants and patent black loafers.
A modern, relaxed tailored blazer belted at the waist is styled with cropped trousers.
Metallized shade jacket worn over black shirt and black bow tie styled with fitted pants.
A metallized long trench coat belted at the waist
A black shirt with a gold metallized vertical line worn with cropped brown pants and tuxedo belt.
A belted, pleated evening suit worn with a burgundy turtleneck.
This stand-up collar suit reminds me of Star Trek, may be because of blue color. What do you think?
This fur coat looks quite feminine to me, don't you think so?
A brown outfit featuring long blazer with black leather finish.
A silk navy blue shirt styled with black bow tie and asymmetrical cut trousers is complemented with a tuxedo belt.
Love this brown outfit, it looks semi-formal, so that you can wear it for cocktail parties.
A silk bomber jacket looks semi-formal.
A gold metallized outfit looks lightweight.