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Julian Zigerli presented his Spring/Summer 2017 collection during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin. "SORRY" is the first line of the designer to feature womenswear. Zigerli who is known for his unexpected presentations, surprised today's audience by opening the show with a finale walk.

Julian Zigerli has based his Spring-Summer 2017 collection around the simple word ‘SORRY’ - representing all the things we should and should no’t be sorry for.

“Watching series in graphic slogan tees whilst eating stracciatella ice cream. Running through the rain in water-resistant waxed capes and coats. Having quality time and power naps with reflective and iridescent accessories. Skating with your buddies in the afternoon sun in pleated linen shirts, shorts and dresses. ‘SORRY’, not sorry, never sorry.”

This season also sees the introduction of the first specific womenswear pieces from the label, cementing Zigerli as a truly open minded brand. For this season’s collaboration, Julian Zigerli partnered with QWSTION for an exclusive range of reflective bags.

The Designer

Born and raised in Switzerland, Julian Zigerli attended the Berlin University of the Arts. After graduating in 2010, he returned to his roots in Zurich to launch his eponymous label. Celebrated within the world of design since his debuts, Julian Zigerli has presented his collections around the globe, in cities such as Berlin, London, New York, Paris, Seoul and Milan - where he has officially shown for several seasons at Milan Men's on invitation by Giorgio Armani. Ever since, he has been enjoying success both locally and internationally as well as being granted with multiple fashion awards.


Creative direction - Julian Zigerli
Show direction, casting and production - Yannick Aellen
with Simona & Team Zigerli

Hair lead - Danijela Imamovic
Make-up lead - Stefan von Piechowski
Music - Krizzli

Tim, Viktor
Alpha | Modelwerk
Elvis, Aaron, Paul, Frederik, Nina | Core
Asger | eastwest
Yannick | M4
Ilija, Johanna, Magali | Mega

Supported by
Mode Suisse and Converse

Special Thanks to
UDK / Universität der Künste


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