We have succesfully wrapped up this season’s fashion week and we couldn’t been happier with the result! The last week has be filled with beautiful clothes, hard work and a lot of fun. Here are the hightlights from CPHFW SS19- ENJOY!
In a beautiful pastel room I am to meet up with handsome British designer Paul Smith. He strides into the &Tradition room in a perfectly fitted suit, with a big smile, for good reason. Once again he’s opening a store in Denmark, this time in the center of Copenhagen.
Every day, awareness about second-hand shopping and sustainability is increasing – both when it comes to big companies and end-consumers. That’s why second-hand platform Tradono is determined to make the second-hand experience easier every step of the way for customers.
As a critic, it is not politically correct to write this sort of thing. But here goes. I love Saks Potts. These two young women, Barbara Potts and Catherine Saks, have exceptional talent, guts, and courage — qualities propelling their design to a worldwide platform.
What does a successful young man look like these days when he dresses for work and play? According to designer Martin Asbjørn, he will look relaxed with a self-confident attitude. Or was it the other way around?
Hyped, deservedly so, with success that just keeps multiplying, Ganni seems to be the go-to brand of Scandi-influencers.
Baum und Pferdgarten have always mastered prints and quirkiness, always managed to stand out from the pack of Danish design, and this season was no exception.
In the spirit of how she began Designers Remix 17 year ago, reworking already used materials, Charlotte Eskildsen has cast a lazer-sharp focus on sustainability for the brand’s present and future.
For the second time at Copenhagen Fashion Week, the brothers behind Heliot Emil presented their fashion-forward visions, in a collection titled ”Referential transparency”.
Lovechild 1979 designer Anne Dorthe Larsen is a businesswoman first and designer second. When she founded the brand in 2009, she did it with a commercial approach.