Rike Feurstein’s eponymous brand is based in Germany’s pulsating fashion capital Berlin. The design concept of her headgear clearly distinguishes itself from mainstream headwear of our time. Well, this is no wonder considering the fact that Rike deals with the traditional art of millinery, reviving this almost forgotten handicraft. Outside of the mainstream movement, Rike wants to create a symbiosis of art and fashion. For this undertaking, she keeps looking at the world from different perspectives and does not let others stop her. Luxurious materials and lavish decorations define her style which is furthermore marked by avant-garde and minimalism at the same time.

Recently the latest creations were presented at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Berlin in July 2014. Heads and caps for women and men attracted a lot of attention on the catwalk. Looking forward to the warm temperatures in the summer 2015, the collection devoted to this season promises very breezy designs. The focus is placed on different mesh-like models. One of these designs is the sporty, orange cap as well as the extravagant, black hat. A wisp of nothing, worn as an eye catcher, turns this summer into a very exciting time.

Nevertheless, the line of Rike Feurstein is still marked by minimalism. Only a few materials and plain shapes paired with plain-colored design characterize the style. One single hat however seems to stand out. A black fascinator which is embellished with countless orange feathers caught our attention. In January, Rike Feurstein will be present at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week  to show us the  hat trends for the winter 2015/2016.

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