Last but not least - the Rena Lange A/W 13 fashion show known for its classy appearances; clean wearable lines and restrained colors perfectly implemented by the creative director Karsten Fielitz dominated the runway. Graphic silhouettes, geometric shapes and neutral tones combined with bright orange and purple formed a consistent collection for the next autumn/winter season. The most important material in the collection was modern processed tweed - generated cut, reassembled cubist patterns which spawn out in my opinion the typical brand look. Equally significant were the "trompe l'oeil effects by the strong white and black contrast. The classy models were chosen pertinent, they look fragile as the design pieces itself which definitely harmonizes well. The truly clean styles look feminine, the lovely bow details, sequin applications and the narrow waist cut gives the right portion of feminin touch to the creations.