On our minds: Berlin Fashion Week

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by adakallgren on 25 January, 2016

Berlin Fashion Week once again hosts a longer-than-average lineup of brands with ethical and sustainable values.

On our minds is this week’s MBFW Berlin, which once again hosts a longer-than-average lineup of brands with ethical and sustainable credentials. Apart from our recurring lieblings Aleks Kurkowski and Isabell de Hillerin, this year we look forward to see what’s in store from Anne Gorke, a brand rooted in Weimar, the birthplace of the Bauhaus movement. With the Bauhaus influence unmistakably reflected in the sleek architecture-like designs, Anne Gorke works exclusively with organic textiles to produce non-toxic and fair pieces infused with femininity. See the current collection here.


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