On Wednesday evening PERRET SCHAAD presented their Autumn/Winter 2017-18 collection during Berlin Fashion Week.

The collection is a multifaceted, contemporary contemplation on freedom, sparked by Johanna Perret and Tutia Schaad’s eternal optimism. Aeshetics and concept of the collection are shaped by the great wealth of influences from the European background of the label.

The modern, cosmopolitan signature is embodied in characteristically architectural shapes with sophisticated drapery. Fine cashmere and Crêpe de Chine set against shimmering velvet and metallic fabrics, paired with cool shades of blue and lilac contrasted with earthy yellow, beige and gold nuances, blend and aesthetic audacity and a sense for perfection.
This season’s print picks up on a multitude of associative relations to life:
A seemingly random collection ranging from everyday objets trouvés to 3D-printed sculptures by artist Kwi Hae Kim, are simplified to their silhouettes and layered, creating abstract, suggestive graphics.

PERRET SCHAAD presents a wardrobe for independent women, who break through boundaries and seamlessly move between roles, cultures and places.

The show itself attracted a lot of V.I.P. guests, many of them wearing PERRET SCHAAD.
Amongst them were Eva Padberg, Aino Laberenz, Fritzi Haberlandt, Nadine Warmuth and Saralisa Volm.

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