berlin collection




Chapter’s Spring/Summer 2017 collection, DISCORD, looks at the juxtaposition of a city’s harsh architectural lines intersecting with the spirit of socialization and human interaction.  Where form and disarray meet in a place of balance and harmony. The silhouettes represent an evolution of Chapter’s staple pieces that are more refined but still very much in the vein of past collections. Pants with a slightly wider leg opening, tops featuring new linen blends, and the introduction of mustard as a key addition to the seasonal color palette.

Striped shirt stripes rainbow
Opening pant


Sunglasses full circle black

dreamed in Berlin handmade in Italy

11 by Boris Bidjan Saberi meets New Era

Cap black original fit

VANS of the wall


Formal court wear for Peter I 1720-1730 while he was in Berlin. In the collection of the Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, which has this to say about it.

Peter’s formal wear, Berlin, 1720-30, Kaftan: cloth, baiberek (silk brocade), gilded thread, wood. L 116; justacorps: linen, taffeta, gilded thread, wood. L 96; trousers: cloth, satin, baiberek, gilded thread, wood. L 76 cm. © State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg