Berlin Fashion Week! I am a BRACHMANN man! The new Spring/Summer collection for 2016 reinterprets classic menswear, while the focus is on the emphasis on the spatial dimension of the male body. The cuts are sharp and follow strict architectural lines, geometric shapes and clear axes. This is a MUSTWEAR collection. BRACHMANN is THE ONE TO WATCH label from Germany. Well done. I wanna wear the entire collection next season.
BRACHMANN’s Spring/Summer collectioninspired by famous painter Martin Eder’s current images cycle “Those Bloody Colours” – masterful classical forms and techniques of painting. The colors reflect the atmosphere of a David Cronenberg film from the seventies with warm and earthy tones. Anthracite encounters light gray, dark brown stands next to chocolate brown, dark blue brightens in a swimming pool blue, the sets along with gold, brick red and a bright olive-green, counterpoints. The light summer fabrics, cotton, cotton silk and merino wool – are produced exclusively from natural fibers. We love the new BRACHMANN collection.
About: “Architect and fashion designer Jennifer Brachmann, born in 1980, lives and works in Berlin. After a degree in architecture from TU Dresden, she studied fashion design at Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle where she graduated in 2010. Her collections are characterized by the contrast between the timeless forms of architecture and the dynamic forms of fashion. After her internship at Veronique Branquinho in Antwerp and completing several freelance fashion design projects, she founded the Label BRACHMANN POST-CLASSICAL MENSWEAR together with her partner Olaf Kranz in 2012. The label BRACHMANN POST-CLASSICAL MENSWEAR modernizes menswear classics by playfully reinterpreting their patterns, shapes and forms by looking for inspiration in classical menswear staples as well as in architecture, popular culture, and modern art. BRACHMANN synthesizes progressive design, perfect fit, exquisite materials of natural fibres, and a luxury finishing made in Germany into a cohesive men’s apparel line of urban chic and minimalistic elegance. BRACHMANN creates post-classical menswear to please the contemporary man who wants to express his individual version of masculine identity with style while respecting the code of the menswear classics.”
Photos by Rafael Poschmann www.shootingfabrik.com/profile/1767