MBFW Berlin: Marc Cain Winter 2014

Marc Cain Arrivals - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2014/15Under the motto “Stars, Dots & Hearts” the new looks from the upcoming Autumn/Winter 2014 collections by Marc Cain were presented Thursday at an exclusive fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Berlin.

Once again the front row was studded with illustrious guests: Elizabeth Hurley, Barbara Schöneberger, Minu Barati-Fischer, Frauke Ludowig, Natalia Wörner, Mareile Höppner and Natalia Avelon were all impressed by the looks of the upcoming season.

Nineties-style grunge combined with punk and biker details is the emphasis of the Autumn/Winter 2014 collections, enhanced with modern, feminine and luxurious elements.

“Fabulous! I really love the new collection!” said Elizabeth Hurley, who was fascinated by the modern style mix, expressing her enthusiasm to Karin Veit, Creative Director of Marc Cain, with plentiful praise. “All is wearable, elegant, smart and perfect for every occasion. My favorite look is the long evening dress with backless cuttout and the The End embroidery”

“The show has surpassed all expectations and with our performance we have sent out a clear signal of where the journey is headed: constantly and continuously onwards and upwards,” said Helmut Schlotterer, Chairman of the Management Board and the founder and owner of Marc Cain. “Both our customers and the press have expressed major enthusiasm and we are confidently looking towards a successful Autumn/Winter 2014 season – which we have already got off to a very successful start!” 

For more of the Marc Cain Show check out the Memoirs Facebook page.

Visit the Marc Cain website at www.marc-cain.com 

 

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