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Out and About: The Danes’ favourite hobby: Fashion Week!

Lovechild 1979: The honour of the opening show this year was given to the Danish brand Lovechild 1979. Its line was simple, elegant and with a spark of luxury.
August 15th, 2015 6:55 am| by Luisa Kyca
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When you hear the high heels clicking down the street you know it’s that time of the year again. Fashion Week takes over the city, keeping Copenhagen’s fashionistas busy with giant shows, trade fairs and the craziest after-show parties.

Three days of runway shows presented the new trends for Spring/Summer 2016 and one thing’s for sure: it will not be a boring summer in fashion terms.
Light colours (Henrik Vibskov), a lot of linen and leather (Anne Sofie Madsens) and long classical cuts (Ole Yde) conquered the runway and set the stage for a season full of classical, quiet elegance with a special twist– exactly what the Copenhagen fashion scene is known for.

And what would Fashion Week be without some new model faces? The spotlight was on Regitze Christensen – who walked for Lala Berlin – and Frederike Sofie. Both are young Danish models kicking off international careers who have been working for Louis Vuitton and Valentino.

And now that you know what you will be wearing next season, you can start counting down to the next days of inspiration. Fashion Week will return from 3-5 February 2016. See you there!

Lala Berlin: The German brand had its breakthrough in Denmark just recently, but is now a well established part of the Danish fashion scene. The collection – inspired by oriental architecture – was a great success in Berlin and nothing less in Copenhagen.
Lala Berlin: The German brand had its breakthrough in Denmark just recently, but is now a well established part of the Danish fashion scene. The collection – inspired by oriental architecture – was a great success in Berlin and nothing less in Copenhagen.

 

The Danish royals’ favourite brand showed the first part of its collection ‘Parfum Exotique’ on the runway in Copenhagen. The second one will be shown in Paris, and one should be excited. Classical cuts, combined with some magnificent jewellery from Georg Jensen made the show and the line one of a kind.
The Danish royals’ favourite brand showed the first part of its collection ‘Parfum Exotique’ on the runway in Copenhagen. The second one will be shown in Paris, and one should be excited. Classical cuts, combined with some magnificent jewellery from Georg Jensen made the show and the line one of a kind.

 

The men’s fashion label Asgar Juel Larsen showed its collection `Ecstatic Lust´. Precisely designed cuts in wild tropical patterns and big jackets that evoked an army style were perceived very positively, promising a colourful next season of men’s fashion.
The men’s fashion label Asgar Juel Larsen showed its collection `Ecstatic Lust´. Precisely designed cuts in wild tropical patterns and big jackets that evoked an army style were perceived very positively, promising a colourful next season of men’s fashion.

 

Lace by Stasia: Made a comeback with off-the shoulder blouses, laces and very feminine dresses.
Lace by Stasia: Made a comeback with off-the shoulder blouses, laces and very feminine dresses.

 

Copenhagen fashion icon Henrik Vibskov showed his collection on a spectacular runway setting that brought to mind a modern interpretation of a forest. The line consisted of black, white and sand colours with extravagant cuts, layers and and a great swimsuit collection.
Copenhagen fashion icon Henrik Vibskov showed his collection on a spectacular runway setting that brought to mind a modern interpretation of a forest. The line consisted of black, white and sand colours with extravagant cuts, layers and and a great swimsuit collection.

 

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When the lights on the runway turned off, the ones on the rooftops went on for some long nights talking about fashion, networking and dancing.
When the lights on the runway turned off, the ones on the rooftops went on for some long nights talking about fashion, networking and dancing.