The A/W 18 collection draws inspiration from iconic aesthetics of the nineteen-nineties: a layered and assembled look, t-shirts worn over long sleeves, white contrast stitching in juxtaposition to the conservatism of Wall Street bankers. In this eclectic mood with interchanging graphic details, the overall look of the collection seems patch-worked, yet sophisticated with its slightly conservative materials. The outfits are then completed with classic pants and knitwear. The signature GOETZE look will remain, yet more focused and concentrated on the core products, which the label is best known for - the shirt.
For SS18 GOETZE introduces a collection influenced by 90s streetwear elements and classical Mediterranean summer wardrobe. The signature GOETZE sleeve construction, the meticulous attention to details, the precise finishing conjoin the relaxed fits of the SS18 pieces, evoking an effortless sportive appeal. Once again GOETZE teamed up with illustrator Tony Stella, to create a playful horses head shirting print. This classical figurative motif, executed in a delicate sky-blue aquarelle, stands in juxtaposition to the very geometrically constructed GOETZE shirts. GOETZE merges contrary concepts, continuously reinterpreting essential sports and workwear elements with a contemporary and luxurious touch.
Set in a material environment of re-appropriated functional buildings of former socialist Berlin and with a loving nod to their inhabitants, G O E T Z E injected some new into their A/W 17 wardrobe. The office worker’s proper blue shirt and the buttoned track pants of the cool kids from the block both found their way into this collection. The colours represent both architecture and interior of this scenario with warm shades of beige and brown being placed in hard contrast to cement and stone grey, even being combined in a range of two-tone items. G O E T Z E continues to execute the collection ideas in a range of high quality and luxurious fabrics from cashmere blends to double-face faux-shearling and sportive tech-materials.