22 Jul 2015 - 6:04 pm

SISSI GOETZE’s unconventional take on contemporary menswear weaves together contrasting yet complementary design elements to create her distinctive aesthetic. After graduating with an MA in menswear from Central Saint Martins College in London, SISSI GOETZE relocated to Berlin where she now designs her collections. Her pieces are minimal yet expressive, featuring refined details and precise tailoring.


With a subtle nod to Joseph Beuys’ style, SISSI GOETZE’s AW15 collection is characterized by the interplay of unlikely textures and colors, mixing utility details with regimental silhouettes and clean lines. For Fall the minimalist color palette of charcoals and beiges are brought to life with the stark combination of olive and orange.


Knitwear is a feature for the first time, with sweaters in olive, grey and charcoal tones complementing color-blocked jackets and shirts. The collection has a sophisticated utilitarian feel, with an abundance of pockets in contrasting shapes and textures.