Packed with tailoring, layering, streetwear references and high fashion design, the fashion landscape in Copenhagen is the perfect fusion of new and legacy designers. Featuring heavyweights such as J Linderberg and Heliot Emil, here our favourite collections from Copenhagen Fashion Week.
A legacy brand that is making an epic resurgence, J Lindeberg blends reimagines archive pieces with a creative and futuristic flair. Playing with contradictions and pairing elements that you wouldn’t think would go together, this new AW19 collection is packed with colour and showcases incredible knitwear pieces with obscure silhouettes and elongated arms, as well as luxurious puffer jackets, ski wear, futuristic accessories, chunky footwear and a personal favourite; a tailored overall jumpsuit. Arguably one of the best shows in Copenhagen, Jens Warner has definitely upped the ante.
Brothers, Julius and Victor Juul unveiled their AW19 collection dubbed “311 FPS”. Inspired by what is visible to the naked eye, models were dressed in a multilayered and complex collection, which dons a unique combination of contemporary shapes and functionality. With utilitarian friendly puffer jackets, parka jackets, cargo pants and accessories, It would seem that the Juul brothers have their fingers on the pulse of the zeitgeist and know exactly what the youth want to wear.
Debuting the brands first ever footwear style in collaboration with PREGIS, Martin Asbjørn’s AW19 collection is a beautiful marriage between modernity and tradition. Inspired by the new wave in youth culture that took over the early ’90sReimagining quintessential codes of menswear, this collection carries a relaxed design aesthetic and is packed to the nines in sharp overcoats, two-pieces and stripes. Stand out pieces include a reversible shearling coat and a “Dad Jacket” crafted out of shimmery croc-effect leather.
With impeccable tailoring, an abundance of relaxed silhouettes and nostalgic cosy knitwear pieces, MFPEN’s AW19 collection titled “Morgenluft” is flawless. Packed with wide-leg trousers, loose-fitting shirts, long coats and a touch of puffer jackets, this collection is the upper echelon of everyday essentials.