Copenhagen Fashion Week, CIFF, Revolver, Dansk Fashion and Textile and Wear continue their close collaboration
Last night, the Danish government announced the first steps towards reopening the country – including a prolonged restrictions on freedom of assembly until 31 August. The restriction comprises festival and markets, but it is at this point in time unclear whether Copenhagen Fashion Week will be affected, because the definition of “large assemblies” is yet to be defined.
Copenhagen Fashion Week, CIFF, Revolver, Dansk Fashion and Textile and Wear continue their close collaboration to jointly comply with the Danish authorities’ newest Coronavirus (COVID-19) instructions. We take the current development extremely seriously and will of course take every precaution to limit spread of the virus by adhering to the required measures. This means that we are also prepared to alter our plans for this summer’s Copenhagen Fashion Week, if necessary. We are currently awaiting specific guidelines from the authorities on restrictions on freedom of assembly as the definition of “large assemblies” has yet to be confirmed. Once we know, we will make a clear statement about what this means for Copenhagen Fashion Week.