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Marcel Ostertag x Bikini Berlin

 

BIKINI BERLIN Collectable 2023

The BIKINI BERLIN Collectable is entering its next round: after teaming up with William Fan and Esther Perbandt, this year the concept shopping mall has worked with Marcel Ostertag to design an exclusive designer collab. The result is a casual capsule collection consisting of T-shirts, sweatshirts and socks. It will be launched at Berlin Fashion Week in July, where the designs will also be part of the Marcel Ostertag fashion show.

The Collectable pieces are available until the end of August at the Marcel Ostertag pop-up box ‘Under the Surface’, furthermore directly in the Marcel Ostertag store in Mitte or in the Marcel Ostertag Onlineshop – only as long as stocks last.

The prices of the Collectable pieces range from 19 euros for the socks, 49 to 79 euros for the T-shirts and 119 euros for the sweatshirts.

Not only do Marcel Ostertag and BIKINI BERLIN share a passion for fashion and lifestyle, but of course also a love for the city of Berlin. The fashion designer has been at home in the German capital since 2016 and draws his inspiration from the urban jungle. When creating the Collectable, one thing was particularly important to him: “I wanted to make a connection to my main brand Marcel Ostertag and give everyone the opportunity to purchase and wear the pieces by offering gender-neutral deigns and different price ranges. The result is easy-to-wear styles for every day – with that certain something and an inspiring message.” Three exclusive print patterns in bright colours form the common thread of the collection, combined with the central message: LOVE – FREEDOM – PEACE – HOPE. The designer is blending haute couture with young, casual street style – a combination that appeals to all fashion fans. For BIKINI BERLIN and Marcel Ostertag, it’s clear: “The designs should make people happy and be easily integrated into everyday life.”