Berlin based designer brand Sissi Goetze presented her Spring-Summer collection during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin. Today we have chance to see the runway images, where we see minimal looks with refined cuts and amazing details. I personally love the overlapping, innovative fabrics, which look modern and bold. The showcased silhouettes are tailored, yet have those minimal-oriented shapes. The colors are simple, timeless and classic, including black, white, grey and burgundy. Love the denim-on-denim trends, sleeveless shirts, slack ensembles. All in all, we see 1950's and 1960's rock-and-roll references, which are freshed up with contemporary details.
The male model appears in Peter Pan collar shirt which is worn underneath the buttoned 1/2 sleeve blazer, black sweatpants and flat formal shoes.
Here we see a casual wardrobe look, which consists of a black jacket styled with the same color shorts and light grey tee.
Male model with slicked back hair appears on the runway wearing semi-formal attire, which includes black blazer, light, white collarless shirt and black shorts.
The grey formal outfit looks awesome styled with white shirt:
That's an ideal grey work-out outfit for everyday wear or lazy weekends:
Here we see a V-neck jacket which is styled with tailored track pants and sweet white shirt which is tucked into trousers.
Printed V-neck, sleeveless shirt is tucked in belted, grey trousers.
Love the way this sleeveless shirt is tucked in those dark-red pants.
Images via Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin (http://mbfashionweek.com/berlin)