ON OUR RADAR: EVERYTHING FASHION DELIVERED TO US THIS WEEK

 
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Numéro Berlin’s weekly collection of the most exciting news about fashion, music, and simply everything that is on our radar. And here is why it should be on yours as well!

SIGNS OF LIGHT 
“My decision not to use any music in the show was made as a sign of respect towards the people involved in the unfolding tragedy in Ukraine.”

 In the intimate setting of a small theatre that has the personal feel of a jewellery box, Giorgio Armani once again returns to the signs that identify his style. First, softness, expressed in fluid and elongated silhouettes that dance with every step. Followed by the precision of exact constructions and the sense of an elegance created by renouncing the superfluous rather than excess.

TRUSSARDI IS BACK
We can all agree on one thing; the house of Trussardi has been overlooked for too long. GmbH’s designers Benjamin A. Huseby and Serhat Isik brought their visions as the new artistic directors of the Italian house, and presented in Milan for Fall Winter 2022 a collection redefining the identity of the brand and merging some of their personal defining design traits, such as a utilitarian feel, oversize tailoring and the work of vegan leather. 

A collection almost in all-black! Huseby and Isik brought Berlin DNA’s on the runway and we can’t help ourselves but to be proud of their evolution.

DSQUARED2 AT MILAN FASHION WEEK
The bohemian travellers of the Fall Winter 2022 collection are on a spiritual path to explore places unseen. After years of staying at home, gazing at the world outside with wanderlust, they travel with intentions of peace and love. They want their global community to live in harmony and they dress with the same attitude. These voyagers wear layers that offer protection, comfort, and reveal memories of their travels—like souvenirs collaged together.

A freewheeling spirit gives the collection a rosy glow: cords and velvets in loose pants, paired with printed blouses and hewn-cut stone necklaces. A devoré velvet dress with an ochre floral print is layered with pants and a long apricot shearling vest. Other dresses are cut from graphic print silks or in tulle appliquéd with embroidery and mini pompoms.

The adornments make gentle sounds as Dsquared2’s travellers venture out into the world on a mission to connect it together with peace and love.

A NEW ERA FOR BOTTEGA VENETA
Bottega Veneta enters a new era after Daniel Lee’s departures. I believe, that we were all eager to see what Matthieu Blazy would bring to the brand known for its extravagant fringed looks and maxi woven leather bags.

Blazy expectedly re-interpreted the house icons for his first show, presented at Milan Fashion Week. And for the best. The oversized blazers and coats with rounded shoulders are already in the wishlists of all Numéro Berlin’s employees.

POETIC AS ALWAY, DRIES VAN NOTEN
An ode to femininity and exuberance with an erotic undertone. That’s what Dries Van Noten offers in this collection ultra-feminine contrasting with the toughness of his menswear.  A sharp focus on shape, attitude, and Ideals of opulence. Clashes and combinations… Themes shared with the designs for perfume bottles of Dries Van Noten Beauty unveiled with this collection.

The collection resulted in an ephemeral three-day curated exhibition in Paris presenting the world of Dries Van Noten today.

A NOSTALGIC WARDROBE AT MARRKNULL
This season is inspired by the scene of „home“, which combines home’s objects with clothes to redesign and give consciousness to the objects, forming a MARRKNULL family landscape.

Household wood grain, which was popular in Chinese 90s home decoration, brings a sense of Millennium nostalgia to the series. They appear in leathers, jeans and even model hairstyles of the collection. The elements such as pillows decorated with lace, leather sofas, classic bed curtain and so on have played a new role in the fashion context of the brand.

In addition to refining and reorganizing the traditional home decoration style, MARRKNULL also presents the home objects in unexpected clothing details, from the button shaped metal rivets on the remote control, to the dresses in ecological plastic shaped as bassins.

Picture courtesy of mentioned brands/Pr

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