Copen­hagen Fash­ion Week Spring 2019 Trends: All about the Play of Colours and Ex­plo­ration of Fab­ric

All about the play of colours and ex­plo­ration of fab­ric

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Emerg­ing as the new high-fash­ion des­ti­na­tion for this year, the

Copen­hagen Fash­ion Week took place re­cently to show­case fash­ion di­rec­tions for the up­com­ing sea­son. Deemed as one of the big­gest ‘un­der-the-radar’ week, it is the bea­con of Scan­di­na­vian Style that en­sures a line-up of the new­est trends and in­no­va­tive fash­ion tech­niques ev­ery year.

Stand­ing tall with a worth of about £ 6.2 bil­lion as per Fash­ionUnited Busi­ness In­tel­li­gence, the Dan­ish fash­ion in­dus­try is still grow­ing in ev­ery stra­tum of fash­ion, whether in lux­ury or ready-to-wear.

La­bel-of-the-mo­ment, Ganni, set out a se­ries of mi­cro-trends dur­ing their show for Spring 2019. Ad­di­ton­ally, lux­ury goods gi­ant LVMH bought a con­trol­ling stake in the la­bel, deem­ing it to be counted among the new lux­ury fash­ion hubs.

Not just ex­clu­sive to the Dan­ish mar­ket, the fash­ion for­ward brands, Stine Goya, the colour­ful la­bel for wom­enswear; Saks Potts, best known for their colour­ful coats; Copen­hagen-based jew­ellers So­phie Bille Brahe and Maria Black re­cently got re­cruited by the high-fash­ion on­line re­tail­ers such as Net-a-Porter and Mytheresa.

The big­wigs of the Dan­ish fash­ion in­dus­try like HELIOT EMIL, Han Kjøben­havn and Holzweiler kept the tai­lored ur­ban en­sem­ble ban­ner alive with lines play­ing on the hori­zon where streetwear and tai­lored ca­su­als meet. Street de­fines com­fort, and that is what the de­sign­ers and la­bels of Den­mark strive for.

This fash­ion week glimpsed the easy tran­si­tion from purely menswear to uni­sex col­lec­tions, as a fem­i­nine touch was bla­tantly ap­par­ent in the sil­hou­ette, ma­te­rial, con­struc­tion, and colours of the gar­ments.

The global fash­ion ed­i­to­rial sec­tor is all about the Danes Fash­ion, de­spite the higher global scale which their Parisian or Mi­lanese or Amer­i­can coun­ter­parts may be on.

Here is our edit of the trends that were spot­ted on the Dan­ish ramps from all whites to a flash of colours and play of prints for Copen­hagen Fash­ion Week Spring 2019.

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