German label Barre Noire showcased its Spring-Summer 2015 collection during Mercedes-Benz Berlin Fashion Week. New season appears to be fun, urban and youthful. I love the perfect balance of style and function. We are going to see lots of floral prints, clean-cut silhouettes, in other words, Barre Noire offers bold and practical looks for everyday wear. No matter if you are an urban artist or kind of professional, the showcased clothes will for sure make you look vivid, bold and special. As you can see, models appear in brightly printed staples, with clean silhouettes, great combination of prints and colors, which are paired with minimalist sandals and mirrored eyewear. I love that special avant-garde interpretation of Victorian florals, which are combined with tribal and cheetah prints. All in all, new season collection features edgy, sleek and sophisticated clothes.
The female model appears in monochrome tribal printed shift styled with circled, mirrored sunglasses and tassel detail sandals.
The male model walks down the runway sporting tribal printed tee styled with navy silken trousers and sandals:
Tribal, monochrome pullover is worn with navy shorts and styled with mirrored sunglasses:
The model appears on the catwalk wearing 1/2 sleeve tee styled with matte leather look below-the-knee skirt and heeled sandals:
Cheetah printed shirt looks pretty awesome paired with light beige chinos:
Female model appears in the same cheetah shirt and long shorts:
How about a relaxed look for an everyday wear? The floral T-shirt is styled with loose-fit navy trousers:
Here we see a floral pantsuit which is worn with navy tee (an ideal look for Friday's workwear):
That's a sweet look for men. We see a floral top which is paired with pale pink shorts:
Love this combination of florals and pale pink trousers:
How about this fully floral look, which is ideal for casual parties:
This is my favorite piece from the whole collection. Love this floral cocktail dress:
Images via Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin (http://mbfashionweek.com/berlin)