Copenhagen Fashion Week's Official Content Creators for AW24

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Copenhagen Fashion Week is excited to announce the TikTok ambassadors for the forthcoming AW24 season! Copenhagen Fashion Week's social channels will be guest-hosted by six exciting creators.

Copenhagen Fashion Week's social channels will be guest-hosted by six exciting creators - Sabrina Bahsoon, George Gorgorov, Victoria Sharp, Emma Winder, Yasmin Hassan, and Verona Farrell. Covering ground from street style, backstage, live from the front row, events and everything in between, the ambassadors will be vlogging, reviewing, and documenting throughout the week on the Copenhagen Fashion Week @tiktok account. Follow #cphfw and @cphfw on all social platforms to see the week of AW24 unfold.⁠

Emma Winder

Emma Winder is an affluential model, content creator, and presenter with an abundance of energy and a penchant for all things 70's. Influenced by the 70s film, music, and arts scene, Emma’s rapidly growing social platforms feature a stream-of-consciousness vlogging, aesthetic photo dumps, and stellar retro-inspired outfits. Tik Tok is where her personality shines, filled with humorous fit checks, unlikely interviews, and of course her rich, glam edits. In such a short timeframe Emma, also known by her Instagram followers as a ‘’ur local grandma’’, has already worked with high-profile fashion houses including Gucci, Christian Louboutin, and Mulberry; and has an impressive partnership with global publisher Dazed. Emma’s eclectic style, outlandish personality, and creative drive translate perfectly into a role in TV styling and a prosperous career in the fashion industry.

Yasmin Hassan

Yasmin Hassan, better known as Yasmin Hero, is a Creative Director and content creator born and raised in Oslo, Norway with roots from Sudan.Yasmin is mostly known for her take on filming angles such as the outfit check videos that went viral in 2023 (Recreated by Sofia Richie, Khloe Kardashian, The Rock — among others).Her wish is to push, support and inspire minorities in the creative field.

Sabrina Bahsoon

Malaysian native Sabrina Bahsoon is probably best knownl as #TubeGirl. Having started an internet phenomenon a few months ago on TikTok, unashamedly filming herself dancing on the London Underground, her trend has gained 2 billion views globally and she has been named the number one creator of SS24. Sabrina has since collaborated with Penn Badgely, The Hunger Games, Yungblud, Valentino, Troye Sivan, and MAC Cosmetics. She strives to empower people to embrace their dreams and be self confident, even in the most public of places.

George Gorgorov

George Gorg is a catwalk model, influencer, activist and founder or Bestie Skincare. Originally from Bulgaria, George has become a trailblazer in fashion across the European scene, from leading the charge for agencies to have gender fluid inclusive boards to walking the runway for brands across the globe including Copenhagen’s own. George’s use of social media to create entertaining and informative content around the journey of being transgender and working in fashion has garnered hundreds of thousands of followers and a community where people can feel inspired to dream of being in the industry and also be their most authentic selves.

Victoria Sharp

Victoria Sharp is an avant-garde and fashion forward persona who loves to push limits. She’s consistently ambitious about curating, rethinking new looks and images. Her social media is not only focused on her distinctive looks and fashion sense, but connecting with her followers on a deeper level in terms of building confidence and the new age of femininity. Seeking to be innovative while bonding with her followers who also are curious to breaking new ground.

Verona Farrell

Verona is an influencer, Street-style Videographer and Fashion Journalist based in Stockholm. On TikTok, under her name @secondhandhuns, she takes viewers around the world through the lens of outfits, with her series 'What People Are Wearing'. On her other social platforms, she shows how she styles a secondhand wardrobe and in magazines such as Vogue Scandinavia and Utopia the Edit, she writes about sustainable fashion and those she shoots in the street.