Fashion Week SS19 – Move over, Paris! You’ve got to make place for the new and upcoming fashion capitals of the world, such as Seoul, Copenhagen and Tbilisi. Discover these cities’ promising trends and designers below.
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Copenhagen Fashion Week SS19 has made some prejudices come to live. Think of layering, hygge and windproof clothing in minimalistic, Scandinavian styles. This might not sound very fashionable on first sight, but it actually was. Think of Pernille Tisbaek’s style mixed with bold trends and a bit more outgoing colors.
Sounds good, don’t you think? Shows that are still worth a watch are Ganni, Stine Goya, Cecilie Bahnsen, Saks Pottsand Munthe. Our expectations of Muf10 are high as well. This label is meant to be “A sanctuary for everybody with street in the blood and couture in the heart” and that’s exactly what you see in their latest collection. Think of oversized silhouettes, bold classic garments (denim jackets, bombers and big T-shirts) and pieces to wear when you want to make a statement. Not your average brand.
Besides the great fashion shows, the street style pictures were finger licking good as well. Go check them out below.
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After the massive success of K-Beauty, K-fashion is here to stay. Koreans seem to be in the know of future trends, New and upcoming labels have showed big silhouettes, experimental styling and a mix of sportswear, tailoring and street wear during the past fashion weeks at Seoul.
There seemed to be no rules. Is there anything that sounds better than this? We predict that the next edition will be even bolder and better. So don’t forget to write it down in your agenda: Seoul Fashion Week SS19 will take place from 15 to 20 October 2018.
Labels to watch are Pushbutton and The Centaur. Blindness is a great Korean label that reinvents wardrobe classics. Their SS19 collection consists of black trench coats with big shoulder pads, asymmetrical T-shirts and fashionable raincoats. Definitely a brand to watch. Check out Seoul’s incredibly cool street style below.
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There is no doubt that Demna Gvasalia has put Tbilisi on the map as an upcoming fashion capital. Gvasalia (Vetements, red.) is known for his extravert street style garments. It is an understatement to say he has brought street style to life in the high fashion society – he rather reinvented it. Georgia’s fashion labels are pointed towards gender equality, politics and the future of the country. And they look surprisingly fresh.
Labels as George Keburia, Cekia Valverde and The Situationist are ones to follow. The latter brand was founded in 2008, when the founder – Irakli Rusadze – was only 17 years old. Right now, the brand is one of the headlines of Tbilisi Fashion Week. The designs are clean, yet innovative. Don’t be surprised by a fanny pack that ends up in being a leather glove – it’s just one of the crazy, but impressive ways the designer reinterprets classical garments.
Tbilisi Fashion Week SS19 will take place from 18 to 21 October 2018. Check out Georgia’s fashion inspiration below.