#NowTrending: Copenhagen Fashion Week

#NowTrending: Copenhagen Fashion Week

#NowTrending: Copenhagen Fashion Week

Monochromatic moguls dominate the nordic runway presentations.

Monochromatic moguls dominate the nordic runway presentations.

Text: Dylan Kelly

Glameratti, socialites, and fashion’s elite are flocking to Copenhagen to catch a glimpse of the capital city’s Fall/Winter 2020 iterations. As Denmark’s style hub, Copenhagen’s creators utilize a fashion-forward mindset much unlike other leading labels around the world. Among the top shows this season, each designer finds their own unique method of breaking out of the status quo. Helmstedt utilizes a wide color spectrum to illustrate the brand’s identity, and Ganni establishes their signature style by accentuating design details across a variety of textiles. While every visionary seeks inspiration for their collections from their own unique sources and identities, there was one trend that tied the plethora of high-fashion presentations together: stand-out monochrome ensembles. The one-tone-only color scheme provides an aura of strength, one ever-present in all of the nordic design houses. Below, peruse our top picks from the Copenhagen 2020 runway.

Baum und Pferdgarten

Copper couture. Kicking off the list is Denmarnk born-and-raised fashion house Baum und Pferdgarten. Look 5 on their runway boasts a full copper jumpsuit, tied at the waste with a dramatic knot and paired pleasantly with knee-high boots.

Stine Goya

CEO’s never go on vacation, but this one does. An unlikely duo, Stine Goya presented a matching, marine blue suit jacket and short set, coupled exquisitely with white platform flip-flops. Featuring a plunging neck and large, exterior jacket pockets, this exceptionally crafted pair is certainly atypical.

Henrik Vibskov

Button up, buttercup. Henrik Vibskov playfully includes patterns and textures, all the while sticking to a monochrome palette. Layering a skin-tight, pink turtleneck under a matching oversized button-up and pants, this ensemble illustrates the brand’s commitment to defined structures and exquisite form.

Rodebjer

A simple statement. Rodebjer capitalizes on the minimalist aesthetic with this matching, deep blue, two-piece set, completing the look by casually rolling up the pants to expose the ankle and adding two accentuated pockets to the shirt.

Helmstedt

Helmstedt exists in a world of color. This long-sleeve, full-length dress sticks to a strict pink color palette that combines altered hues to create a beautiful pattern and fondly compliments a camp-y headpiece.

By Malene Birger

This means war. Ready for combat, this incredibly fierce, all-black By Malene Birger ensemble features a dramatic overcoat buckled tight above the waist, a complementary turtleneck that rises above the collar, and matching black boots to finish.

Cecilie Bahnsen

See-through chic. Cecilie Bahnsen’s take on monochromatic style included beautifully billowing and slightly transparent white pants coupled with a buttoned-up suit jacket composed of the same fabric. Featuring firm white undergarments and casual white sneakers, this assemblage certainly caught the crowd’s attention on the runway.

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