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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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.