Fashion Trends 2015

The Month in Eashion Bavarian look for the company’s Munich flagship, is employing a very white look, full of smooth and shiny synthetics, for the Japanese market. “Every country has its own attitude and its own identifica tion,” said Gerd Strehle, Strenesse chief executive officer.

“So every shop that we create should not be exactly the same as the first one we did in Munich.” Neither should the clothes: Strenesse designer Gabriele Strehle Gerd’s wife is com memorating the open ing with a fail collec tion inspired by an Eighties style Japanese aesthetic, with sweep ing kimono sleeved blouses cinched with anobiandpants embroidered with Chinese dragons and tigers. She expects the line mil also play in Munich.

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