Dorothee Schumacher’s autumn-winter runway show was unveiled during Berlin Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. In today's post I want to draw your attention to designer's brands best looks from the catwalk. The next cold season's inspiration comes from 1960's office workers, as well as with many 1970's references. Every outfit comes with an eye-catching feminine twist. But the ladylike style is combined with edgy and somewhat masculine details, including raw denim, knee-boots and biker looks. I like that relaxed touch that is seen in almost every outfit.
Model walks down the runway wearing a dark blue long-sleeve turtleneck underneath tailored sleeveless top and flowy high-waisted skirt.
Check out this maxi gown that looks boho-chic inspired to me. Love the airiness of this look.
If you are a modern businesswoman who seeks for contemporary styles, then I recommend to try on this awesome dark grey colored pantsuit belted at the waist.
Furry wool exaggerated sweater looks pretty cool worn with relaxed fit grey skirt. I like the knee-length socks worn with flat booties.
Statement shearling collar jacket looks fantastic worn atop shiny deep purple bomber and grey skirt.
Here we see another 1970's style reference. Love the lightness of these separates. Take a closer look at the blue leather handbag with fringe details.
The red colored high-neck jacket looks modern styled with matching separates.
This 1/2 sleeved printed dress is a perfect choice for cocktail parties.
Designer wearing suede black jacket, rich blue shirt and suede flares.