Baum und Pferdgarten, one of my favorites shows on my list I wanted to attend during Copenhagen Fashion Week. Created by two Danish ladies, I find their collection is a great mix of Scandinavian simplicity with elements of patterns and colors. I was really blown away by this collection thanks to the the several ways of check prints and timeless coats and knitwear.
Anne Sofie Madsen, a show that was located at the parking lot of Magasin du Nord (Danish chain of department stores) in the city center of Copenhagen. The dark atmosphere already gave a glimpse of what the new A/W collection would bring. Anne Sofie Madsen’s sense of aesthetics departs from the traditional and she showed that again with a lot of black, leather, white and great (laser)cuts.
Wood Wood, a lifestyle brand that has been founded in Denmark. The brand redesigned street wear, created unique pieces and work-wear for men and women. The show was located in the north of (snowy) Copenhagen at an industrial estate full of climbing walls. The location fitted truly into my style with oversized jackets, coats, big bags and timeless prints.
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Luckily I’m feeling a bit better right now and found some energy to sorted out + edit the pictures of some shows I attended during Copenhagen Fashion Week. As you may know, I really feel connected with Scandinavian brands and that’s why it was so great to see that almost every show I’ve seen during CPHFW was something I could relate to. I really would love to go back to Copenhagen next season because I think this chapter isn’t over yet…