PHILLIPP DORNER Spring/Summer 2024 – Konfektion

London recently played host to a show fusing classic and contemporary fashion for the upcoming season, with the much-anticipated unveiling of PHILLIPP DORNER’s Spring/Summer 2024 collection, “Konfektion”.

The German word for Ready to Wear, this collection embodies everything that it stands for, with a perfect mix of timeless craftsmanship and technical precision.

This year’s show was inspired by the burgeoning queer and transgender movement in Berlin, which found its stride in the 1928’s nightlife scene, and continues to thrive to this day. Although we as a society have come a long way since that era, it is important to continue fighting for the fundamental rights of all people and ask ourselves if progress has truly been made. This collection’s creation was meant to reflect these important values and serves as an invitation to join the movement towards self-expressionism through performance.

“Konfektion” is a collection that will last for many seasons to come, with its versatile cuts and designs that are simultaneously bold and classic. The collection features sharp boxy tailoring, wide trousers, tailored outerwear, knitted tights, draped tops, and a contrast between cross-dressing and womenswear aspects. The dynamic collection juxtaposes the elegance of dresses and sequins with the rough static architecture of defined and straight pattern cutting, as well as bonded latex with wool coatings.

As we shift towards a future where fashion is a reflection of self-expression, “Konfektion” marks a bold and daring move forward in the industry. PHILLIPP DORNER has once again proven to be at the forefront of fashion innovation, with a collection that speaks to both the times and the timeless.

Photography @iamfredi
Videography @gabrielannouka
Video Assistant @ornela_aliaj_
Styling @es.ta.r
Music @zoe_zanias
Hair @mikeynoir
Make up @amy.ami.mua
Studio assistant @maikimikey
Studio assistant + BTS @robertmorganstyling
Knitwear atelier @soft_dept._
Tailoring atelier @brigitafalk