When I entered the Lehrter Siebzehn location on Tuesday night for the exhibition party FIER Vitrine I was pretty impressed. Of all the events by FIER Management this was by far the best one. Ten really well selected international labels presented their new collections here with really nice set-ups and fashion presentations. Every corner was dedicated to another label and arranged to create a little world around the design work itself. Every presentation had one, two or three models showing the key pieces of each collection. I really enjoyed all of them, but my favorite one of all was for sure the menswear collection by Aussie Alexandra Hackett who created every piece of silver foile. Very cool! Take a walk with me through the fashion exhibition after the jump.
Black and grey avant-garde designs with very clever draping elements by 40 DECIBELS (Canada):
A menswear collection made entirely out of silver foile by Alexandra Hackett (Australia):
Enchanting and mystical fairytale dresses with a lot of love to details by Karin Brettmeister (Germany):
Sculptural designs by Laura Banfield (Australia) that look like pieces of art:
Thick knitted structures by Laura Galati (Australia):
A lot of colorful prints and intricate patchwork designs by Maja Daphne-Holzborn (Germany):
Urban streetwear designs with avant-garde twists and clever accessories by Ocksa (Brazil):
Minimalism and clear forms and shapes by Ruins of Modernity (Austria):
Creative shoes and bags combining classic models with cutouts and unusual details by Senhor Prudencio (Portugal):
Origami-inspired head pieces by Vasso Consola (Greece):
Some more impressions of the party on the next page.