Moody skies didn’t withhold the Copenhagen Fashion Week crowd from picking their favorites to wear during Scandinavia’s reclaimed fashion event. Unlike last summer’s edition, the weather was soft. With streetwear being more eclectic than the looks on the runway, the Copenhagen Fashion Week street style sets the tone. Discover the best looks below. God fornøjelse!
Cover image: Courtesy of CPHFW
COPENHAGEN FASHION WEEK STREET STYLE
With Pernille Teisbaek, Emili Sindlev, Sophia Roe, Mathilda Gøhler, and many others as the figureheads of Scandinavian fashion, the expectations of Copenhagen Fashion Week’s street style are high. No other fashion week has been such an accurate forecaster of trends as Copenhagen. Its secret? Scandinavian women know how to dress practically and aesthetically simultaneously. This season, CPHFW’s crowd wasn’t afraid to experiment, though. While guests usually embrace minimalism with a splash of color, this season is mainly centered around quiet luxury with a hint of the mob wife aesthetic as part of the daily uniform. The daily fashion week uniform that is. Because there’s no need to keep up the appearances; from firsthand experience, we know that “the morning after” – the Friday after fashion week has ended, often with an infamous afterparty – your favorite content creators and editors don’t dress for success. Sweat pants, hair tied in a knot, and no make-up become the new go-to look once the circus has ended. At the same time, the breakfast section of Copenhagen’s central fashion week hub (usually Hotel Villa) gets filled with guests, and fashion week guests take time to debrief the week. Reminiscing favorite shows, gossiping about front-row guests, and other related topics are reviewed while sipping a hot coffee and binging an anti-hangover breakfast. Fashion Week is usually exhausting – in a good way – but that doesn’t show in how guests dress—It’s time for a recap of Copenhagen Fashion Week’s best street style.
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