Discover the 5 brands of Copenhagen Fashion Week that we’ll want to keep in our wardrobe for years to come.
The Copenhagen Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2022 just wrapped up another stellar season and, in this article, we show the 5 Copenhagen Fashion Week brands that we’ll want to keep in our wardrobe for years to come.
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Mother of Pearl
Image Credit: Mother of Pearl
Sustainability is the main pillar of Mother of Pearl, a brand that started in London but sees its collections parade in the Danish city. By the hands of Amy Powney, the timeless designs painted by a beige, white and black palette are born. Mother of Pearl knows that fashion has an environmental cost and therefore seeks to create collections with minimal impact but without ever compromising on aesthetics and style.
Image Credit: The Garment
The duo consisting of Sophia Roe and Charlotte Eskildsen made their debut at the Copenhagen Fashion Week with the brand The Garment. Started in 2020, this is the materialization of the search for a more sustainable wardrobe based on minimalism, since, for the creators, “having less is buying in the right way”. On the second day of the event, the brand presented Garment The Movie to introduce minimalist classics that, for now, are only for sale in a Danish pop-up.
Image Credit: Lovechild 1979
The streets of cities that host fashion weeks are not only full of street style. For Lovechild 1979, the historic center of Copenhagen was the stage for the parade. The rustic scene created around the catwalk only improved what was already waiting for us. Under the creative direction of Anne-Dorthe Larsen, the Danish brand combined feminine elegance and lightness with structured and oversized silhouettes, bringing to life pieces that are both timeless and suitable for the season.
By Malene Birger
Image Credit: By Malene Birger
With looks marked by simplicity, we come across the By Malene Birger brand, which claims to have an eclectic vision of Scandinavian minimalism. The collection presented in Copenhagen Fashion Week is close to the contemporary bohemian style, with oversized and fluid pieces. The long dresses are the signature piece of the collection designed by Maja Dixdotter, thus marking the combination of feminine traits with a sense of freedom.
Image Credit: Gestuz
It was in 2008 that Sanne Sehested started Gestuz , a brand that follows the Scandinavian design line while seeking to revolutionize the classics. And on the Copenhagen Fashion Week , this one stood out for its use of color, whether in the pieces or in the nature-inspired scenarios that served as the background for the show. With the contemporary woman in mind, it was with the power suits that Gestuz presented his proposals for the hot season of 2022.