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Day 3 @ Berlin Fashion Week AW15

RP Curator for Germany Olivia Acar snaps some faves at Berlin Fashion Week
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Day 2 @ Berlin Fashion Week AW15

RP Curator for Germany Olivia Acar snaps some faves at Berlin Fashion Week
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Day 1 @ Berlin Fashion Week AW15

RP Curator for Germany Olivia Acar snaps some faves at Berlin Fashion Week
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Back to the Future with Sadak @ Berlin Fashion Week AW15

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By Rebecca Acar

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English Version:
When Sadaks’ models lined up for the final walk to the song Yass Bish by Soulja Boy feat. Nicki Minaj, it became certain: baggy jeans, hoodie sweaters and golden necklaces belong to the past. As of now, we want to see all rappers and bad boys in Sadak’s reinterpretation of the “Szur”: a traditional robe from Serbia – homeland of Sadak Designer Sasa Kovacevic. For his prints Kovacevic combined ethnic and contemporary symbols to carry tradition into the now.

Rough men in tights and neatly tied footgear tattooed and with nicely dressed hair – Sadak’s collection celebrated contrast and was innovative and unique. “Pride in individuality” was Sadak’s message which he definitely brought onto Berlin’s fashion runway. Yass Bish!

German Version –  Zurück in die Zukunft mit Sadak
Spätestens als Sadaks Models zum Song Yass Bish von Soulja Boy feat. Nicki Minaj zum finalen Walk antraten, stand fest: Baggy Jeans, Sweatshirt-Hoodie und Goldketten haben ausgedient. Wir wollen Hip Hop-Jungs und Bad Boys ab sofort in Sadaks Neuinterpretation des „Szurs“ sehen: Ein traditionelles Gewand aus Serbien – der Heimat des Designers hinter Sadak, Sasa Kovacevic. In seinen Prints verquickt Sadak ethnische mit zeitgenössischen Symbolen, so wie Pflanzen-Ornamente mit dem Eingabefeld einer Suchmaschine, und befördert so Tradition ins Jetzt.

Raue Männer in Strumpfhosen und ordentlich geschnürtem Schuhwerk, tätowiert und fein frisiert – Sadaks Kollektion feiert Kontraste, ist innovativ und einzigartig. „Pride in individuality –  Stolz in Individualität“ ist Sadaks Botschaft und die hat er in Berlin zweifellos auf die Modebühne gebracht. Yass, Bish!

Sadak Show - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Autumn/Winter 2015/16

Sadak Show - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Autumn/Winter 2015/16

Irfe @ Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015

Cecilie Arling. Fashion Editor – Paris, France.

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Irfe is an old legendary fashion house which had importance in the 1920’s, and has recently been relaunched by Olga Sorokina, who was impressed by the history of the Irfe fashion house. After reading about Irfe in the book “Beauty in Exile” by Alexander Vassiliev, she contacted Xenia Sphiris, (the Founders of the line Irina and Felix’s granddaughter) and offered to relaunch the brand with herself as a Creative Director. Olga is a former model which gave her a great background in her understanding of the fashion industry and the understanding of visual aesthetics.

Irfe Spring/Summer 2015 collection was inspired by 3 different themes – 1. a surplus theme, which embraced military chic, with a beautiful selection of parkas, army jackets, chinos, and Bermuda. 2. A denim clean tie and dye section and the last theme, 3. one that is great for evening wear with a strong graphic black and white patterns and color.

The color palette was a harmonious mixture of black, white, navy, natural nude and golden tones and bright orange.

Olga Sorokina created a beautiful collection for the chic and modern woman with attitude and sophistication. It will be very inspiring to follow Olga and her future pathway with Maison Irfe.