Jennifer Brachmann unveiled Brachmann Spring-Summer collection during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Berlin. Designer stays true to her neoclassical style. Next warm season comes with a reworked masculine wardrobe staples where every outfit remains extremely clean and generous.
Jennifer Brachmann behind her eponymous brand Branchmann presented Spring-Summer collection during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin. The latest line is inspired by retro silhouettes, especially by the 1960s years which were contemporary interpreted. It feels like we see modern Don Draper looks. The color palette comes mostly in neutrals, offering us versatile pieces which are perfect for city life wearing. What I love about the presented looks, then it's the ability of mixing-and-matching of showcased separates for day and night wearing. My personal favorites and standouts from the collection are following: collared shirts, linen suiting, lightweight trenches and relaxed trousers. All in all, Bracmann offers structured cuts, relaxed and modern take on 1960's.
Here we see a smart-casual blazer in navy color, which is paired with relaxed and slightly baggy grey trousers.
Today I want to make a review of the latest Branchman label's Autumn-Winter collection's show, which was presented during Berlin Fashion Week. Label's creator Jennifer Brachmann founded her brand in 2012, after after graduating at Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle. Her collections represent menswear post-classical style which looks quite modern and playful to me. You are about to see classics in a playful interpretation and toned down colors. Here are presented iconic suits, trench coats, shirts and contemporary suits. The next fall season comes with modern details, architectural cuts and shapes, I would even say it's kind of minimalistic approach, which includes experiments with new forms and patterns. It's no doubt, that each of the showcased pieces has a comfortable wearing, timeless and classic menswear designs. That's a real dandy wardrobe looks that are reinterpreted in the contemporary world.
Dark navy blue collarless pantsuit worn with stand-up collar shirt