BRACHMANN F/W 2017.18 The Explorer

BRACHMANN @brachmannofficial presents its Autumn/Winter 2017-18 lookbook entitled The Explorer. The Berlin based label characterized for its revolutionized take of menswear classics through urban chic and minimalist elegance by innovative approaches to cuts, details, and silhouettes influenced by Bauhaus and architecture presents for this season a contrast between nature and artificiality.

Transforming the organic modes of nature into perceptible designs made of high-quality European fabrics with precise cuts and strict architectural lines that deluge the collection. Suits get minimalistic touches on the waist while t-shirts come with details on the neck from roll necks to stand-up and cross collars; special neckline and shoulder details accompany knit sweaters along structured constructions on the shoulders and midline; oversize lapels enclose duffle coats. The collection displays a palette from dark to pale colors such as black and white, to neutral tones like beige. 

Luxury interpreted through the depiction of nature’s designs, the A/W 17 lookbook mirrors the brand’s spirit of discovery through experimentation of innovative designs of classic menswear pieces as well as introducing its Spring/Summer 2018 womenswear line.  Stay updated about BRACHMANN A/W 17 collection at the brand’s Site!  You can also visit the brand’s showroom and massatelier at  Danckelmannstraße 9 |  D-14059 Berlin, Germany.

Photo: Thies Streifinger || Styling: Hercules Terres || Hair & Makeup: Christiane Buchholz ||

Models: Kristina Günther (Core), Karl Klemens (McFit Models), Jason Grotjahn (Kult)


The menswear label debuted in January 2014 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin. Spearheaded by architect and fashion designer, Jennifer Brachmann, with support from her partner and co-founder, Olaf Kranz. It has regularly shown its collections at Berlin Fashion Week, as well as at trade fairs and showrooms in Paris and Düsseldorf.  In 2016, the label was nominated for the International Woolmark Prize by the Fashion Council Germany.


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