FAULT Faves from MBFWB Day 3


Dorothee Schumacher

Dorothee Schumacher Berlin Fashion Week

Dorothee Schumacher took her turn at showing what the 1960s trend looks like to her followers. A-line mini skirts were styled with knee high socks and high heeled mules, hair was loose and draped over one kohl-heavy eye and turtle necks worked their dues across leather t-shirts, office-appropriate black knit dresses and textured cocktail dresses.

This was 60s sophistication with a toned down colour scheme of beige, charcoal and vermilion, infused with just a few pops of brights. Prints had an Eastern-Asian feel, depicting flowers and vines of leaves in traditional colour combinations of white, black and red and white, black and pink. A printed full-length dress with long sleeves and a high neck made an impression and epitomised the glamorous side to the decade of rock ‘n’ roll that Dorothee Schumacher has channelled so elegantly for AW15.


Glaw Berlin Fashion Week

The Berlin designer duo’s AW15 show had us hot under the collar. Models slinked down the runway in evening dresses slit up to the thigh, a tight leather mini dress was zipped through from top to bottom and metallic trousers were skin tight. Primarily in hot red, dramatic black and attention-grabbing gold, this is a collection to be worn after dark.

Inspired by the mythology and symbolism of the snake, this influence was most obvious in the black sweaters and tight party dresses embellished with snakes writhing across them. The reptilian motif was also in jumpers embellished with large, scale-like sequins and the fur stoles that slinked between the models’ arms.

Glaw had a modern take on eveningwear by mixing formal gowns with ready-to-wear items such as sweater jumpers and bomber jackets. Accessorised with geometric sunglasses and pointed, stiletto ankle boots, this collection does sexy in the coolest way possible.


Accommodation partner for FAULT in Berlin: My Plus One.