energy and

White Label Automne/hiver 2023/24

energy and

striking contrasts and a clear color scheme

The new White Label collection H/W 23/24 stands out with striking contrasts and a clear color scheme. Bright accent colors bring the flash while neutral tones calm.

Statement colors with intensity, such as electric blue, new bottega green, warm red, wild berry, winter pink, bright violet, pumpkin orange, and warm yellow bring energy and optimism to the game and dominate the color palette. Neutral earth tones such as stone, beige, camel, vicunia, olive to gray and basic colors such as navy and black complement the color palette.


In fashion focus are velvet and Chanel-like types of fabrics: Elegant and evening-appropriate presents themselves blazers made of light flowing pannesamt. Casual, on the other hand, are athletic blazers, sometimes with hoods, made of velvet cord and velvet jersey, in solid and printed in leopard design.
Boxy jackets and long blazers in the Chanel style made of multicolor bouclés, structured faux-solids with subtle shine effects and fancy checks - clean, or with fashion fringed edges. Gold and jeweled buttons provide glam accents.
Highlight are fully embroidered coats and jackets made of velvet jersey and Chanel bouclé. Folk elements are partially embroidered pieces made of napped jersey in wool texture.

Monochrome pantsuits in intense color, casual and wide in flowing viscose mix, as well as slim and body-hugging in elastic cotton mix provide new statement looks.

Fashionable blazer shapes are ideal companions for trendy tailored looks: Absolutely trendy is the blazer in the 90s look with widened shoulders and a narrow waist. Still in focus are boyfriend styles, as well as single-button blazers and with elongated lapels and deep-set vents. Perfect combination partners are double-breasted in the current 70s lengths with narrow buttoning and sporty two-button variants with patch pockets. Jersey blazers, half and unlined, offer casualness and comfort in solid or also patterned in new, trendy graphic designs with 70s inspirations. Fashionable frock coats in 80s lengths and casual cape throws complement the range.
Uni-dresses, body-hugging or casually flowing over the figure with decorative zip details are ideal combination partners.

Decorative paisley jacquard and walked wool in leopard or floral designs are real eye-catchers in the country house segment and skillfully set accents. Jankers and skirts present themselves in a material mix in new, trendy color combinations and with loving details.

Fake Fur, Stepper
and Wool

Natural tones dominate, with expressive colors bringing the flash! 


The new collection is divided into 3 major themes: Fake Fur, Stepper, and Wool. Natural tones dominate, with expressive colors bringing the flash! The silhouettes are casual, enveloping, with soft, over-cut shoulder parts.

Lamb's wool and Teddy looks perfect the cuddle look and join in with Shearlings and bonded furs. Long coats, short coats, reversible coats, hooded types, cape shapes, as well as a variety of new vests, in different lengths, buttoned or zippered, characterize the new look.
Hybrid forms such as Fake Fur Capes over Steppers, form a new "2 in one" look. Hooded inserts with light padding, paired with collarless maxi coats made of Teddy and a contrasting Nappa edging.

Puffer jackets, still strong in focus of the current stepper worlds, show off a new range of colors. Intensive shades such as orange, purple, yellow, pink, green + blue, as well as neutral colors, face off against each other. Eye-catching details such as bands, zippers, fur trims, pipings, printed linings or contrasting solid linings set the style. Alternative silhouettes such as long jackets, coats, parkas, vests, and capes expand the stepper range. The fillings range from recycled fake down to real down to down cotton, while lightly quilted coats and jackets are perfect for mild autumn days. The highlights: winter steppers for minus temperatures with trendy flower + animal prints.

In the spotlight: the wool coat. Coats, jackets, and capes make up the range in the wool category and are the ideal companions for the transitional period. Wool plaids reflect the new color themes. Herringbone, leopard design and loops, as well as solid colors, complete the new, fashionable outfit. Elaborate features such as fur trimming and vest inserts give outdoor parts a special touch.