Berlin Fashion Week Street Styles | The Break of the Day


The break of the day arrived.

Is it the end of the end...


...or the beginning of the beginning?


This project has been supported by NEONYT


Kimono and Okinawa Trousers by AVASAN. Recycled from Spanish factories, the off-white cordoroy extra wide trousers come with elastic pieces in the waistline to maximize confort. No zipper, no button, just fits. Boots from TRIPPEN, company that sources its primarily vegetable-tanned leathers from small tanneries in Tuscany. 


Baggy ethnick jeans made out of organic fair trade denim by HOYEM. Fascinated by historic and ethnic patternmaking HØYEM creates where couture is meeting ready-to-wear, offering contemporary favourite pieces of high quality. Klima T-shirt, 100% Bio-Cotton, beanie and scarf are from HAFENDIEB. All are made ethically in Portugal. The purple coat is from RE-NT, a rental platform based in Berlin that focuses on sustainability and transparency.

Coat Fran, trousers Lou and longsleeve Grace by STORY OF MINE. Fair production and working conditions, as well as high quality are very important to the German brand. Shoes are vegan, Peta approved. They are made with green cork, beige suede, lining in antitranspirant microfi­ber, cork platform and natural rubber sole. By MARITA MORENO a Portuguese label of fashion accessories created with an unique and ethical perspective. 


Basic all-day shirt of organic fair trade cotton, available with or without ribbons, by HOYEM. This collection is defined through architectural volumes and sculptural silhouettes combined with traditional craftsmanship and classical garment techniques. Fine paperback pants made of very soft and high-quality fabric: 100% Tencel by STORY OF MINE. The trench is from ALMA&LOVIS, a social fairness German company that work and produce only under socially fair standards.


Metal Silver and yellow bioleather shoes by MARITA MORENO.


The Kimono 3.4 is made of recycled from Spanish factories off-white cordoroy, lined in organic certified cotton and hand painted by ARACELI GARCIA with water based silk paint and sprinkled with wool threads courtesy of “La Real Fábrica de Tapices” in Madrid. It is 100% Made in Spain by AVASAN.


Tunic Blouse by sustainable brand LIKE A BIRD. It is made of Seaqual, a polyester made from recycled plastic waste that comes exclusively from the Mediterranean See. The trouser are from sustainable fashion German brand ALMA&LOVIS, GOTS and Grüner Knopf certified. The coat is rented, from RE-NT. Their motto is "re-style, re-duce, re-peat, re-use, re-love". 

Organic cotton and virgin wool cape for superheroins. It is from HØYEM. The Oslo-based brand focus on sustainable solutions. Collections are made as local as possible in Europe and the fabrics are of organic fair trade materials. The timeless design will assure you have an exclusive garment in your wardrobe that will be worn with love for years. 


Lisa Jacket and Eve pants by THE BLUE SUIT. The company loves the contrast of timeless classical cuts against the coolness, the heritage and comfort of the denim fabric. Their denim suits are crafted only from organic and recycled materials. They also avoid water intense denim washing. The garments are made in Northern Italy using traditional tailoring techniques with focus on quality that lasts for many seasons. 


Total look by ALMA&LOVIS. Both, the stripe culotte and dress are made of 96% Tencel. 


Coat by rental platform RE-NT.


All the labels featured in this Fashion Editorial have a commitment to sustainability and a common desire: ethics and aesthetics to co-exist within the modern fashion world. All images have been captured by analog cameras.


Creative Direction & Production LUXIDERS
Hair & Make Up Artist REBECCA SCHMITZ
Team Assistant ELLA KRAIMER