Trends From Copenhagen Fashion Week

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Copenhagen Fashion Week has gained a growing reputation for itself. The once smaller-scale event has gained notoriety amongst international audiences; especially with the appearances of raved-about brands like Ganni and Cecile Bahnsen. Of course, then, it is no shock that many fashionistas may find themselves excited by the many trends presented on the runways of Copenhagen, which were the site of numerous spring/summer 2019 collections.


Mathilde Torp Mader was one of the most highly anticipated labels of the week. What seems to have caught most people’s attention are the sequined dresses and skirts, which were played down with sneakers.

The Color Green

The Stine Goya show offered up what may be the next It Color: A very sharp shade of green. The shade dominated the collection and was paired lighter colors such as lilac, as well as marble prints. It may be making appearances in Denmark and beyond.

Camping Gear?

Ganni may have introduced the world to camping chic. Creative director Ditte Reffstrup commented: “For me, this season was about chasing a feeling…In Copenhagen in summer, it’s tradition that friends get out to the forest or the beach at the weekend…by the end, you want to live in the woods.” Thus delicate florals were paired with bulky boots, camping hats, rainwear etc.

A White, Delicate Aesthetic:

Cecile Bahnsen did deliver on what was expected based upon her label’s reputation; which is largely based around whites and flowing silhouettes. Drawing inspiration from Assembly by Osamu Yokonami, which pictures groups of girls in the same outfit, Bahnsen chose to add certain details to each piece. For example; bow ties or puckered sleeves. Each piece came out looking like an elevated take on the classic nightgown.

Proud Latina Feminist. My likes include strong coffee, watching the previews that come on before the movie, and things that come in pretty packages. I've been a bibliophile and fashion lover since well before I could read or tie my own shoes.

    • Corrada Spatola

      Loving the sequins for the spring!

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