Pinstripes or sweatpants? Hot pants or smock? In the sixth season, filmmakers tell us what’s in and what’s out. Join fashionistas and fashion bores.
It must be individual: in Antwerp Sven Mes prints tattoo designs on T-Shirts and teaches silkscreen printing.
In the historic centre of Barcelona there is a special sewing workshop: here, with complete social inclusion, former prostitutes make bags and clothes.
Esther Perbandt is a designer in Berlin: with her fashion products – she likes plain black or white – she wants to blur gender boundaries.
Hamburg without its harbour - unthinkable. The designers of the Hamburg fashion label “Dreimaster” draw inspiration for their designs from ships and old sailors tales.
Fashion on the streets of Calcutta is a mix of modern and traditional elements. Six women show their passion for fashion in very different ways.
Cenon Norial III is a fashion photographer in Manila. Together with his partner Mav Bernardo, he explores the fashion and club scene of the Philippine capital.
Dima can’t hear and can’t speak. He takes in the world around him only with the eyes. In this way he travels through the strange world of the Moscow Underground.
Gunnar Lillehammer is a professional flaneur. In the streets of Munich, the fashion blogger searches for lederhosen and dirndl.
Tailors have a long tradition in Beijing's Old Town: almost 60 years ago, they came from Shanghai to the capital. Today tailor-made fashion, despite low-cost competition, is popular.
Between catwalk and habit: in Rome a novice walks between display windows of a posh shopping street and tailors for religious clothing.
They must look like 150 years ago: Shenja sews costumes for theatrical productions of Dostoyevsky's “The Idiot” in St. Petersburg.
Bethany loves fashion; at the same time she is eco-conscious. Her app “Good on You” is intended to help fashion enthusiasts to pay attention to sustainability when buying clothes.
Underway to Tokyo’s most dazzling catwalk: the Japanese-Brazilian fashion expert Diego Acqaui roams the streets of Harajuku.