COPENHAGEN FASHION WEEK – DAY 3 and the Best of the Rest of Spring/Summer 2022

On Day 3 of COPENHAGEN FASHION WEEK Designers Celebrated Summer’s Bold Primaries and Spring’s Subtle Pastels, with the Injection of a Good Dose of Florals, Stripes and Checks.

All to the Tune of Sustainability.


Image Credit Copenhagen Fashion Week


An ensemble that perfectly captures the flavour of SS 2022 Copenhagen Fashion Week: the ingenious use of colour, print and shape – at Henrik Vibskov

A grand display of the most extraordinary Nordic design talent continued throughout Day 3.

New names and familiar faces – 25 physical activations and 13 digital premieres in total – blossomed at the SS 2022 Copenhagen Fashion Week. Legendary brands Marimekko, Malene Birger, Baum and Pferdgarten and Ganni showcased their collections alongside the more experimental brands such as Paris-based Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard and the graduate students of The Royal Danish Academy.

Deconstuctivist avant-garde design in this herringbone tweed ensemble – at Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard


Watch the Video of The Royal Danish Academy here:


Watch the video of Baum and Pferdgarten here:


What we’ve come to know and love: bold prints at Marimekko

The result? A melting pot of eye-wateringly delicious and diverse offerings that weren’t only gorgeous to behold, but also paid tribute to the Norwegian Fashion Industry and Copenhagen Fashion Week’s combined effort to promote sustainability and innovation within the Fashion Industry.

Heavyweight designers husband-and-wife team at Ganni, Ditte Reffstrup and Founder Nicolaj Reffstrup, for example, have to date introduced over 30 sustainable initiatives around their brand, including a take-back scheme, rental platform and the introduction of certified, organic & recycled fabrics into their collections. And they’re not alone in this quest – in one way or another each of the participating brands have been sure to make a difference on this crucial score. Impressive indeed, and not a moment too soon!

A summer sun-inspired ensemble – at Ganni

A crocheted top and fishnet knitted skirt shout Summer – at Ganni

Floral embellishments decorate this miniskirt – at Ganni

There were fashion trends aplenty, all echoing quintessential Scandinavian ethos of simplicity, wearability, clean lines and elegance.



Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard cleverly blends the lines between couture and ready-to-wear, particularly in her artisanal take on knitwear. The pieces are gritty and reminiscent of the work of Vivienne Westwood, oversized platform boots & all. The graduate students of The Royal Danish Academy also produced some extraordinary experimental work.

Deconstructed knits in this bodycon dress – at Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard

Pastel pink and red make a bold statement in this knitted ensemble – at Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard

Pointy hems fit for the modern wizard – at Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard

Deconstructed knits make a strong statement – at Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard



The safari theme – a perennial favourite that designers never seem to tire of – continued on Day 3, most notably as spotted in Mark Kenly Domino Tan’s super stylish collection, showcasing a contemporary, timeless and minimalistic silhouette. These are pieces fit for any adventurous urban nomad – they’re equally suited to a day in the urban jungle as they are to the African savannah with their sleek, flowing and feminine lines, airy textures and neutral shades. Zips, 3-D pockets, leather accessories and comfy sandals completed the sleek and utterly covetable looks.

Practicality and elegance meet in this sleek outfit – at Mark Kenly Domino Tan

An airy A-line skirt with oversized pockets – at Mark Kenly Domino Tan

Elegance has never been more desirable! – at Mark Kenly Domino Tan

Layering fit for an urban safari – at Mark Kenly Domino Tan

A safari touch in these acid yellow slacks – at Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard



The pastel theme that blossomed during Day 1 and 2 continued as a beloved Spring trend throughout Day 3 too. Stine Goya’s pastel block-colours and Lala Berlin’s eco-friendly pastels rubbed shoulders with those of many other designers who have been equally enamoured with the allure of the subtler of shades, most notably so Holzweiler (we adore their baby pink raincoat and leaf-green cardigan) and the super talented Henrik Vibskov.

The palest of pink raincoats – at Holzweiler

A Spring green cardigan heralds in the new season – at Holzweiler

Block pastels and lime green pumps – at Stine Goya

Inspired pastels in this super elegant, oversized block printed coat – at Henrik Vibskov

Can pastels possibly get any paler? – at Holzweiler

Artisanal drawings in edible pastels – at Stine Goya

Fancy being a pastel prairie girl? – at Lala Berlin



Some designers opted for primary colours in bold shades. Traffic-cone orange was a favourite amongst those who went for saturated boldness, but shocking pink, powder blue and purple also made their debut in the collections. Copenhagen brand Munthe, Teatum Jones and Ganni were amongst the brands that veered away from the pastels trend and boldly pinned their (bright) colours to the mast.

A match made in heaven – shocking pink and pillar box red in this tented tunic dress – at Teatum Jones

Schiaparelli pink in this dress with its gorgeous gathered sleeves – at Munthe

We’re in the mood for purple! –at Munthe

Red and pink in perfect proportions – at Teatum Jones

Traffic-cone orange featured in many collections – here at Ganni



What would a Spring/Summer show be without its blooming marvelous floral prints? Helmstedt, Teatum Jones and Marimekko, amongst others, embraced the trend, each interpreting it in their own way.

Botanical florals – at Munthe

Patchwork 70s-style florals –at Teatum Jones

Florals as only legendary brand Marimekko can do – at Marimekko

Vintage-inspired florals (love the headpiece!) – at Helmstedt



At a Scandinavian Fashion Week one is always fortunate enough to see the very best of printed and patterned surface embellishments. A standout collection for me is Henrik Vibskov’s exceptional fusion of colour, print, jacquard knitting methods and tailoring. A Central St Martin’s graduate Henrik Vibskov’s works lies somewhere between art and design and typically includes art installation, scenography, costumes, video, performance and exhibitions. The colours of his SS 2022 collection were inspired, the ensembles forward-thinking and beyond imaginative, a visual feast for the eyes!

An inspired ensemble with its stripes, tie-dye edges and applique – at Henrik Vibskov

Perfect proportions and gorgeous prints – at Henrik Vibskov

Geometric jacquard makes a huge impact – at Henrik Vibskov

Boldness and a positive nod to Summer sun – at Henrik Vibskov

As we relive all the highlights of this fabulous Fashion Week, we know many inspiring fashion memories will have been created. We reluctantly bid farewell to Copenhagen and its spectacular offerings.

Until next time, Copenhagen!

Hej hej!


Cecile Paul

Author at Pynck

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