Copenhagen Fashion Week SS18

Stine Goya returned to Copenhagen Fashion Week with a show to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the brand. The collection built on playful patterns, fresh colors and a mix of relaxed pyjama styles and tailored pieces and flowy dresses.

One of the most inspiring shows with many promising design talents. This year’s winner of the Designers Nest was the Norwegian student, Elnaz Gargari.

Henrik Vibskov‘s “The Great Chain of Sleepers”. For this collection Vibskov and his design team found inspiration from diffrent angles of sleeping, but the show was anything but sleepy with cool patterns, great casting and set design.

Christina Exteen, Creative Director of By Malene Birger, found her inspiration in the vibrancy of Sao Paulo with it’s painted murals, contrasts and lush rainforests.

Details from Baum und Pferdgarten SS18.

Designers Remix presented a beautiful show during a sunny day at Cirkelbroen Bridge. The models had sharp matching hair, off shoulder jackets, plastic hoodies and bags.

Rasmus Wingård for Uniforms for the dedicated described the show and the models as “Miami vampires fearing and loathing in the desert”.

For Ganni SS18 Reffstrup showed a range of cool dresses, ruffles, giant pants, crop tops combined with futuristic sunglasses. Not to forget, one of the strongest castings with names as Dilone and Frederikke Sofie.

Han Kjobenhavn SS18, The Concrete.

The models at Saks Potts catwalk acted as smiling divas in beachwear, Chinese inspired dresses and Saks Potts speciality of course, the statement coat.

Backstage at Stine Vest after her show at hotel D’Angleterre. A closer look at the Copenhagen Fashion Week SS18 by Fashion Editor Hilda Sandström. Photography by Ludvig Rönn.