It’s safe to say that Berlin Fashion Week’s street style is unlike anything else. Its vibrance, looks, and originality represent what the rest of the world will wear in a few months. Therefore, a complete Berlin Fashion Week street style guide for the season ahead. Cover image: Jeremy Moeller for Berlin Fashion Week
BERLIN FASHION WEEK STREET STYLE
Regarding street style, Berlin Fashion Week indicates fashion’s most significant upcoming trends, aesthetics, and styles. During the bi-annual week, buyers, editors, influencers, writers, stylists, and more gather and form an excellent crowd for people-watching. When they are ready to witness the new collections and attend BFW’s shows, they pull out all the stops to make their outfits work and distinguish themselves from others. The Berlin Fashion Week guests often wear a mix of local designers, vintage treasures, and established fashion houses.
When a TikTok trend takes over, you’ll see it on the street. That’s precisely what happened with the Office Siren aesthetic, which paved the way for more pulled-together looks, leveling up everyday wear.
Berlin’s crowds wouldn’t stay true to themselves if it weren’t for the grunge style the city has become famous for. This season, grunge pairs well with a sense of undoneness, chic accessories, and manicured nails.
A TOUCH OF RED
When thinking about the Berlin Fashion Week street style, one color pops up: red. Like any other fashion week crowd, red has kept BFW’s guests in its grasp.
GERMAN MOB WIFE
Quirky coats, fake fur, leather details, and glamorous make-up: the Mob Wife trend found its way to the streets of Berlin. With a grungy edge, that is. Think of Baby Phat gloves – note: Y2K still reigns! – floor-sweeping skirts, pointy boots with kitten heels, and oversized trousers.