Ostertag Will Return To Berlin With His 2010-2011 Collection
BERLIN, GERMANY - The 2010 Mercedes-Benz FashionWeek Berlin Autumn/Winter fashion show started yesterday in Berlin Germany at the historic Bebelplatz in the centre of the city and is running January 20-23, 2010. This annual fashion show is being sponsored by Mercedes-Benz, DHL, Maybelline Jade, and Peek & Cloppenburg. FashionWeek Berlin is known as the event for both established and top aspiring designers to showcase their apparel to an international audience.
Mercedes-Benz FashionWeek Berlin occurs twice a year and in the summer it is held with a focus on designer's Spring/Summer collections. Mercedes-Benz FashionWeek Berlin broadcasts top international designer's apparel to the world's media, and to buyers and fashion trade professionals with the January show having a focus on the designer's 2010-2011 Autumn/Winter collections.
Designers presenting at this year's 2010 Mercedes-Benz FashionWeek are: ANJA GOCKEL, ARRONDISSEMENT AQ 1, BOSS BLACK, CHAYA, CUSTO BARCELONA,DIMITRI, FRIDA WEYER, HAUSACH COUTURE, IC!BERLIN, ITALIAN DESIGNERS NEXT GENERATION, JOOP!,KILIAN KERNER, LENA HOSCHEK, LITTLE SHILPA, MARCEL OSTERTAG, MICHAEL SONTAG, MONGRELS IN COMMON, NO IFS, ODEEH, PATRICK MOHR, PENKOV, PERRET SCHAAD, RENA LANGE, RENE LEZARD, SAM FRENZEL, SCHACKY AND JONES, SCHUMACHER, STEFAN ECKERT, STINE GOYA, STRENESSE BLUE, and SUSANNE WIEBE.
This year Marcel Ostertag comes back to Berlin with his 2010-2011 Autumn/Winter designer collection. The Munich based top designer is expected to again be a star attraction for his distinctive fashion look. Working from his Munich city downtown design studio, his creations are made in Germany and use high quality fabrics and leather to convey a high quality chic look. This trendy hip quality look is capable of accentuatingÂ a woman's night out or providing a fashionable day at the office or walk about theÂ town.
Marcel Ostertag and his design team try to integrate Bavarian traditional design themes into their style, and Ostertag's design training originates from his studies in London in the United Kingdom. He and his designÂ staff all work together in Munich, GermanyÂ in a family atmosphere and they are inspired by the Bavarian countryside around them. These influences are all drawn together to create his collection's design theme, its lines, and the choice of fabrics and leathers.