Copenhagen Fashion Week is back and now has become more colorful than ever. Travelling is set to snap back faster than expected, so the Danish capital is once again full of the latest fashion collections and filled with fans of stylish clothes.
The shows of Copenhagen Fashion Week were attended by both established and emerging brands, but all of them were united by the idea of sustainability. A lot of outfits were presented from recycled and eco-materials, made with pollution-free and environmental care technologies.
This season's hits are street style and fashionable office clothes, including cargo pants, which will be popular until autumn. Soulland's designers used a wintery color palette of pastel colors and a snow white. White oversized knit sweaters looked particularly impressive.
Henrik Vibskov and (di)vision presented collections inspired by space, while the Wood Wood showed a collection included street-style elements such as workwear-inspired denim, jacquard knitwear and nylon patches.
Iso.Poetism has been unveiled looks with recycled polyfiber materials processed using a patented dyeing technology that wastes a minimal amount of water.
Ganni and Saks Potts have revived midi skirts, while By Malene Birger and Saks Potts have brought the snake print back into fashion. Critics have already called Copenhagen Fashion Week the most avant-garde and sustainable fashion week.