I’ll know what I will wear next summer. At least I am pretty sure what I will have in my luggage for a sunny trip in Copenhagen. A lot of white and blue shirts, skirts with clean cuts and some asymmetrical pants, loose fabrics and the most summerish cotton dresses. Of course, and some flip-flops, on top.
The Copenhagen Fashion Week SS20 has just ended. Sustainability was, again, one of the most important issues taken into account in these days, along with a panel of inspired silhouettes, baby doll dresses, bright colours and some bold patterns. Be sure to make a note under these names seen in the official calendar: Cecilie Bahnsen, a revelation of this year catwalk and her beautiful mango fluid dresses, the Danish brand like Saks Potts, then Ganni show (with the sleek two-pieces suits and some bold snake prints), Stine Goya (with the polka-dots dresses) and Henrik Vibskov (with the weird Handmaid’s Tale inspired hats), Baum und Pferdgarten (and the cool sporty look).
What have I seen on the streets? Well, simplicity with a twist. Cosy cotton dresses and mini architectural bags, orange full looks (and a lot of orange accents from shoes to bags and details on the skirts), jeans, beige and caramel jackets. Notice: the Copenhagen street style scene was full of flip-flops (mixed with everything, from black suits to dresses and elegant satin dresses).
Take a look at the the top 15 of the best street style looks from Copenhagen Fashion Week SS20!