We’ve been following Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Autumn/Winter 2015/16 and we’ve realised it’s really difficult to find information about it in English! So, we’ve decided to write a post about our favourite designers of Berlin’s catwalk and their legwear style. Can you guess what brand of hosiery was at Berlin Fashion Week? The most exquisite German hosiery designer: Falke.
Falke tights at Isabell de Hillerin’s catwalk:
Fashion designer Isabell de Hillerin catwalk featured some ultra opaque back tights from the Falke Pure Matt range. The designer chose the Falke Pure Matt 100 Denier Opaque Tights in Black, although these tights are also available in different colours. Dark tones, straight silhouettes and minimal designs inspire her AW15/16 collection.
Rebekka Ruetz has also gone for Falke tights and Rike Feurstein chose Falke Socks instead of shoes. Furthermore, two more Fashion designers have come to our attention: Lena Hoscheck and Anja Gockel.
The Blue Hour of Lena HoschecLena
Hoscheck goes back to the late 50’s and 60’s in the US. A-lines, lovely floral patterns and knee-length dresses with a touch of glamour. Dark sheer tights and black opaque tights complete this look of glamorous working woman.
… And the Fashion Tights of Anja Gockel’s catwalk
We’ve chosen these two legwear styles seen at Anja Gockel’s catwalk. The Gipsy Bondage Tights are one of our favourite pair of suspender tights. We also adore the stripes details on the picture above. If you want to get this look, you can get yourself a pair of Gipsy Mock Over the Knee With Double Stripe Tights or some Trasparenze Valentina Coloured Hold Ups.
Are you a fan of German hosiery just like we are?