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  • The usual first row madness: Germany's A-list actresses being photographed at the Lala Berlin show.
  • The country's elite of actresses „mind-shopping“ Lala Berlin's newest creations.
  • At Lala Berlin we saw an exciting mix of materials. The long clean-cut oversized jackets were my favourites.
  • Special but never loud: A fragile piece of greatness at Lala Berlin.
  • Designer Dawid Tomaszewski offered something for every occasion – from architectural knits to silk dresses he showed how exciting a simple monochrome grey colour palette can be.
  • Vladimir Karaleev added a twist to his minimalistic silhouettes and presented the perfect combination of simple and elegant.
  • Official face of this season's Berlin Fashion Week as well as of jewellery brand Thomas Sabo: Mick Jagger's daughter Georgia May Jagger.
  • Another international guest at the Thomas Sabo reception: Formula One hero Nico Rosberg.
  • Speeding from show to show: Claudia and Katja of Lesmads.de, Germany's first big fashion blog.
  • Black tea and a pile of invites; getting ready for a new day.
  • Despite today's rain and icy wind – there has been worse weather at Berlin Fashion Weeks in January.
  • Not only impeccably dressed but also two of the nicest girls I know: Sarah and Nike of the popular online magazine thisisjanewayne.com.
  • The must-do at every fashion week: Getting your outfit pics right. Here the Thisisjanewayne-girls rely on the wonderful Mary Scherpe (stilinberlin.de)
  • Right behind the Brandenburger Tor you can spot the huge Fashion Week tent set up for just this week.
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Berlin Fashion Week – Part 2

Guest edit by Kira Stachowitsch

I hope you enjoyed the recently shared first part of my Berlin Fashion Week impressions – I am back with yet more inspiring people and wonderful minimalistic collections.
The first two days are usually the busiest, everyone wants to be the first to present his new creations. A lot of the most interesting labels don’t show at the Fashion Week tent at Brandenburger Tor but have their own impressive locations spread all over town. Such as the stunning Palazzo Italia where Lala Berlin presented her ideas for multi-functional modern looks to fit every occasion.   Just as designers Dawid Tomaszewski and Vladimir Karaleev who offered clever, wearable garments that make our lives easier and yet more beautiful.

Kira Stachowitsch is co-founder and editor in chief of international style magazine INDIE and material girl. Since 2009 she is posting about her work, travels, inspirations and wardrobe on facebook.com/thepetfanclub.

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