We meet fashion designer Itamar Zechoval in his shop "Dandy of the grotesque" in Berlin's Mitte district. He specializes in spiffy clothes for men who like the classic yet slightly flamboyant look.
As two museums celebrating the career of Yves Saint Laurent open, DW explores the great couturier's rivalry with another larger-than-life icon of fashion, the German designer Karl Lagerfeld.
As high fashion designers take their feminine styles to shops, straight men can now wear pink and man buns. But DW's Jan Tomes writes that the latest menswear trends are bland - and some verge on cultural appropriation.
Making a comedy was a big challenge for the renowned director of serious films like "Hannah Arendt." But Margarethe von Trotta's screwball comedy, "Forget About Nick," still reflects on deeper themes, as she tells DW.
As Berlin opens its summer Fashion Week, fans of streetwear celebrated the news that the cult fair Bread & Butter would be relaunched in September.
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