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Berlin fashion week ends with sustainable garment parades
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Jan '14
The fourth and final day of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Berlin started with an elegant dance-cum-catwalk parade by the sustainable fashion brand Umasan.
 
Designed by the identical twin sister co-founders, Anja and Sandra Umann, the show featured a 100 percent organic material made collection, enhanced with smart layering, patch pockets and wrinkles.
 
Primarily based on a sombre black palette, the range showcased wide asymmetrical coats, slim pants, hooded sweaters, tunics and skirts in varied lengths.
 
Weimer-based designer Anne Gorke highlighted a very sporty casualwear line on the final day of the German fashion event. Infused with soft feminine touches, the Autumn/Winter-2014 line, Yo Madame, was made from sustainable fabrics. 
 
Decorated with soft and plush fleece details, the candy-hued school girl-like pieces included comfortable tracksuits, leather inserted chunky sweaters, knee-high stockings, long T-shirts, oversized parkas and black and white stripe adorned shirt dresses and blouses.
 

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