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Marcel Ostertag

LAVA. For the first time Marcel Ostertag presented his new collection at an off-location at Berlin Fashion Week. Live music in the beginning a flashing presentation of the collection and a big final with a singing Shawny Sanders who is accompanying Marcel for many seasons as a model now. After the show we stayed at the location for a while and had a non-alcoholic beer.

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Early this July the Munich based fashion designer Marcel Ostertag presented his Spring/Summer 2015 collection at the MBFW Berlin. The show took place in an ice hockey stadium in Berlin’s rougher part Wedding. As every summer year around Spring/Summer Fashion Week a raging heat lay over Berlin. The ice hockey stadium was filled with ice cream licking and champagne sipping fashion guests with beads of perspiration on their foreheads.
Then the show finally began:
Goosebumps. A tender elfish being enters the catwalk and begins to sing with a powerful voice in the spot light. After this magical opening the music starts to play, the whole catwalk is enlightened and Mister Ostertag in good old manner opens his catwalk show, wearing one of his creations of this new season.

The collection with the name “Modern Bohemian Rhapsody” is a mix of vivid patterns, bright colours, the Ostertag typical graphical lines as well as floating movements full of elegance. And of course not too little transparency. Lime green, orange and lemon tones spice up the colour palette of the collection: a feel good cocktail in motion!

You can recognize influences of the 70s and 80s in terms of shapes as well as typical Ostertag silhouettes. Marcel’s trademark is clearly recognisable: Very feminine and glamorous design translated to flattering fabrics of high quality with a coquettish touch of flamboyance. All in all it is a versatile collection for strong modern women, who Marcel loves so much:

“I love women. They inspire me. They make me curious and challenge me.”



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