Highlights from Copenhagen Fashion Week
An Art Exhibition, Fashion Forums, and Other Highlights from Copenhagen Fashion Week
The Danish fashion industry didn’t let the pandemic deter it from putting on a spectacle.
“GANNI 202020 Exhibition”
Ganni unveiled an art exhibition that enlisted seven creatives positing what the upcoming decade will be like. Some of the standout works included artist Hayley Blomquist’s hand-knitted wall sculpture, which was made from Levi’s deadstock denim; an installation of life-size cutouts
The Fashion Café
Located at the Villa Copenhagen hotel, the Fashion Café served as a hub for all the creatives and attendees at Copenhagen Fashion Week. The venue offered breakfasts and activities, including Meet the Nordics, a forum that connected designers with press, buyers, and influencers; and The Jewellery Room, a showcase of the best baubles from Danish designers.
In 19 looks presented on Copenhagen Fashion Week’s online platform, designer Nynne Kunde celebrated the best of Denmark. Indeed, the clear-blue and sunflower-yellow hues reflected the Danish countryside in summer. The pronounced shoulders and full skirts payed homage to traditional Scandinavian garb. And the clean, structural lines concisely captured the nation’s modern art scene. Effervescent and artful, the entire collection certainly lived up to its name, Walking Soft Sculpture