Day 3 of Berlin Fashion Week united visual highlights, creative innovative collaborations and solutions for sustainable transformation, starting with the launch of The Twins, an eco-conscious digital-analogue concept that features a digital twin for every one-off analogue design. The concept was conceived by renowned designers Tutia Schaad (formerly Perret Schaad) and Michael Sontag with the support of architect Florian Geddert (plus4930) and eco-friendly shoe manufacturer Trippen.

At Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Malune by Frida Weyer and rebekka ruétz presented colorful feminine looks. At the Lobe Block by architects Brandlhuber+Emde, the label Avenir launched their collection of eclectic upcycled garments, while Estethica further dived into topics of circularity and sustainable production processes. At Neo.Fashion, the next generation of German fashion designers were juxtaposed with talents from the Fashion University from Kiew.

Art met fashion in the evening of the third day: SF1OG showed their avant-garde collection of upcycled materials between contemporary art works and Chinese antiques at Feuerle Collection while, at Hotel Telegraphenamt, LML Studio closed Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week with an artful collection of deconstructed vintage luxury garments adorned with paintings and textile techniques. The night ended on a transformative note with William Fan showing his collection of luxury tailoring at crossroads between the rail tracks of Potsdamer Platz train station at The Tunnel Club and called the night with an aftershow party.

Fashionshow Malune by Frida Weyer
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