Germany is known worldwide for its innovativeness and sophistication, showcased through its various pursuits. The nation boasts several creative legends known for producing luxurious and high-quality products that are sought-after by customers across the globe. Βelow we will unveil the names of some of the famous fashion designers who have carved a niche in this field.
- Jette Joop
Jette joop was born on 17th February, 1968 in Braunschweig, Lower Saxony, Germany. She is the daughter of the famous designer Wolfgang Joop. She has studied industrial design at the Art Center College of Design in California. In 1996, she established her trademark “Jette Joop Europe,” which specializes in selling clothes, shoes, jewelry, and perfume.
- Stephan Schneider
Stephan Schneider is a fashion designer from Germany who lives and works in Antwerp. He has headed the Fashion Design Department at the University of Arts for a few years, and his work is renowned worldwide. His designs are a perfect amalgamation of two simple components, the clothes, which he develops in close collaboration with Italian weavers, and the style, which boasts a clear design. Most of his outfits are representations of laid-back fashion and have seamless sleeves cut from a single panel of cloth.
- Damir Doma
Damir Doma is a 30-year-old Croatian shooting star from Bavaria who is known for designing sportswear such as bomber jackets and windbreakers. He has a fine knack for tailoring, and his slightly oversized men’s jackets have attracted a great deal of attention from the public. His clever and visionary fashion collections are sold at departmental stores across the globe, like Atelier NY and Dover Street Market. Damir Doma has also partnered with Berlin’s Mykita to launch his second luxury eyewear, which has a collection of gold and titanium frames.
- Christian Niessen
Christian Niessen is a fashion designer who needs no introduction. What makes him different from his contemporaries is that he lets customers design the pieces themselves and perfectly represents exclusivity in the era of mechanical reproduction. Currently, he, with Nicole Lachelle, is the owner of the label “No Editions,” which is in Paris.
- Wolfgang Joop
Wolfgang Joop is often tagged as the most successful fashion designer in Germany. The versatile creator forayed into the design world through Joop, which specializes in clothing and cosmetics. Over time, the firm has expanded further to include jewelry, perfume, and other interior design objects as a part of its collection. In addition to designing high-priced fashion for women, Joop also played the role of a creative consultant for a German Departmental Store in his illustrious career.
- Lutz Huelle
Lutz Huelle is a German-born designer who is based in Paris. He is the recipient of the prestigious ANDAM (Association Nationale Des Artes de la Mode) award twice, along with bursaries from the foundation Yves Saint Laurent in Paris and Henri Bendel in New York. Huelle has also worked as a design consultant to Max Mara. In 2018 he was named creative director of Delpozo.
- Boris Bidjan Saberi
Boris Bidjan Saberi is a German menswear designer whose work is inspired by skate culture, street style, and hip-hop. He studied fashion design in Barcelona and, while still a student, launched his first label, “UCANFUCKW” in 2003. In 2013 Saberi launched a secondary line, which features streetwear collections with a sporty appearance. In 2017 he was listed in the annual list of HYBEBEAST HB100 as the most influential creator in the industry.
- Frank Leder
Frank Leder hails from Nuremberg and has completed his graduation from Central Saint Martins College. His designs consist of shirts and jackets which stand out for their optimal fit. The garments designed are popular in Japan and can be found in more than 70 boutiques across the nation.
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