CPHFW determines its relation to colour, design, practicality and the impression a garment makes on its viewers. One thing is certain, however: the understated presence of black and the triumph of bright rich colours. The rest depends on the designers and the style, which lend the city its distinct profile.
It appears that fashion found its way to the future during the Copenhagen fashion week: from Astrid Andersen and Oh! by Kopenhagen Fur to Designers’ Nest, Won Hundred, Han Kjøbenhavn and Munthe, from Lala Berlin, By Malene Birger and Mark Kenly Domino Tan to Baum und Pferdgarten, Tonsure, Berggren Studio and Stasia/Lace By Stasia.
In Copenhagen, the new fashion generation gave its answers to present-day questions: How will our desire for change fit in with the need to respect our history? Which human feelings represent constant values in a world that is becoming increasingly synthetic, artificial and pre-packaged? How will we preserve our human side? Answers to all these questions came to light in the shape of clothes and unique details, lots of fur and vivid colors.
Oh! by Kopenhagen Fur
Baum und Pferdgarten
By Malene Birger
Mark Kenly Domino Tan
Stasia Lace By Stasia