Rebekka Ruetz goes into the fight for more environmental protection with her AW 2020 collection
BERLIN, GERMANY - JANUARY 15: A model, fashion detail, walks the runway at the Rebekka Ruetz show during Berlin Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2020 at Kraftwerk Mitte on January 15, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Stefan Knauer/Getty Images for MBFW)
With her AW 2020 collection, Rebekka Ruetz is going into the fight for the environment: Her current cuts and designs reflect literally the effects of careless human trade on nature, as elements of these consequences were depicted on the garments. According to Ruetz, it is about taking responsibility in an industry that is in urgent need of change.
Colors and elements of nature were carefully selected by Ruetz and interpreted from her own perspective. One line has thus run through the entire collection and its presentation.
The designer celebrated the 10th anniversary of her fashion label ‘rebekka ruétz’ last year and is part of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin since 2011. Her current collection follows a whole decade of feminine fashion, expressive cuts and diverse materials.