If you are looking for young, inspiring fashion and want to see designers with pizazz, talent and international potential, you should visit the Crown Prince's Palace (Kronprinzenpalast) to see Marina Hoermanseder and William Fan, the fashion salon and the me Collectors Room for the presentation by Dawid Tomaszewski. This follows the current trend of using more alternative settings than the familiar fashion show to present the latest designs. Take Lala Berlin, for example, who followed up last year's 'mood film' installation with a loft-like living room atmosphere where visitors could get closer to the fashion and the models. A further highlight was William Fan's show, where relaxed 'morning after' fashion featuring fur slippers, boyish blouses and cat pyjamas provided a contrast to the previous season's party collection. After the show, Fan encouraged the audience to explore his interior design collection backstage, where the models lolled about lasciviously on a bed that he had designed. Dawid Tomaszewski showcased pointed slip-ons and plenty of layering of a wide range of transparent and net fabrics, and his palette of sandy colours was bang on trend with the 2016 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Beige, nude, sand and white featured prominently, as did the designer's favourite colours, navy blue and baby blue. Malaikaraiss showed knee-length, loose dresses with sharp tailoring and draping and was a favourite with her red accents in otherwise completely white outfits. As usual, Lala Berlin focused on strong patterns for strong women, highlights in orange and leather trousers with a buttoned flare, similar to the ones seen in Tomaszewski's show and which might become a must-have piece. The general tone of the fashion on show was natural and relaxed, featuring a lot of loose-fitting items. Unisex remains a hot trend for the coming season, as do flat shoes.