For the first time in what it feels like forever, Copenhagen Fashion Week is back to its former glory, with labels and designers such as Boom in Pfeiffergarten, Roadbugger and By Million Berger showcasing their SS22 collection in the flesh. ۔
And, believe it or not, street style is another thing, with editors and influencers descending on the Danish capital in their finest and finest attire. That’s all you have to remember.
Baum und Pferdgarten
For Pre-Spring 2022, Boom & Pfeiffergarten paid tribute to Finnish modernist architect and designer, Alvar Alto, especially for their enchanting outdoor swimming pool, which struck a delicate balance between strong graphic lines and soft organic shapes. Sculpture for which they are very famous. It translates into clothing that combines the ‘balance between functionality and aesthetics’ with the new Athletic’s easy-to-wear swimwear and bold pieces for a simple life.
Think of ruffled silk satin with dramatic psychedelic formations in bright colors, Alto’s leading organza dresses that build a graphic collage, and a pair of Bermuda shorts and baseball tees on sporty separate chairs. The subtle colors of powder, peach, taupe and clay merged into the signature navy of white, classic black, and boom.
The Danish brand presented its collection in digital format, featuring shots from three different locations in Denmark, inspired by the need for freedom and exploration. The collection has now reached approximately 81% responsible material consumption, which is one step further towards achieving the brand target of 100% responsible material consumption by 2024.
Materials include responsibly sourced wool, leather and other high quality materials, such as certified organic cotton, recycled fiber and cellulose fibers from Lensing AG.
By Million Berger.
In another step towards the seasonless collection, Creative Director Maja Dixodotter emphasized that ‘each season is not about creating something completely new but continues the story we’ve been telling in the first season. ۔ ‘ So he continued his 70’s gypsy theme with pieces that are not only stylish, but also meant to be.
Enveloping layers in natural fabrics and embroidery makes the weather, while clean, sculpted leather and plush velvet add an unexpected texture. Throughout the collection there are burns of black burnt tangerines and rich plums in which the story of the folk clerk print serves as the setting of the season.
Ninn also digitally unveiled her SS22 collection this season, at a magical beachfront location. The standout pieces included an orange crepe suit, a magenta dress and a neutral gown with a signature label.
Mother of pearl
With responsibility at the forefront of every design, Mother of Pearl’s SS22 collection was designed to ‘make you feel incredible, don’t need the price of land’. With this mantra in mind, Amy Pooney, creative director, created a casual silhouette. The long sleeved maxi dresses with bow sleeves and long sleeves tied at the back are deep box plates that come on the lower hips. An element of the structure in this season’s design, where French seams are sewn from the outside to combine textures to create a fitting design.
Holzweiler’s SS21 collection explores the time between lockdown and finally being able to travel again and relive your experiences through the eyes of friends and strangers: in other words, in the corridor. It consists of sexless pieces such as chunky knitwear, pastel layers and printed seperates.
For the new season, Gestuz is all about the cheerful, bold designs we can wear with our new freedom. I liked the colors orange and magenta.
“Our Higher Love show is about reaching new heights. It’s a celebration of saying “yes” to everything, throwing one’s arms around the world, having fun, dancing, headwinds, an antidote to our recent lockdown and living in homes. It’s more about a mindset. Reaffirming our love for life and self. And want to work responsibly. We wanted to know who we were, and what we could do to bring back some of our favorite GANNI and old flames to revive the fire on our favorite projects and pieces of the past. Says Ditte Reffstrup, GITNI’s creative director.
The S / S22 collection was inspired by real-life moments. We wanted to capture the diverse needs of the modern woman, no matter where she was – whether she was in the middle of a big city or enjoying the comforts of a summer vacation. The collection is full of colorful moments captured in the busy streets of the city.
Copenhagen Fashion Week Street Style.
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