The first show during Copenhagen Fashion Week was Margrethe Skolen held in the City Hall of Copenhagen. The private school of fashion focuses on developing the students’ personality, originality and individuality as fashion designers. Each collection in particular showed true creativity and Scandinavian style. Details, shapes and colour choices captured the eye of the audience.
Here are some of the NordicStyle favorites:
Julie Nørgaard Jensen
The purity of entirely white outfit mixed with light pink, peach color and copper zipper created a beautiful minimalistic look throughout Julie’s collection. The zipper detail added a sophisticated touch to the monochrome cotton. The peaceful harmony of the overall look of the three outfits made it pleasing for the eye and a smooth touch for the fashion details.
The stripped collection was full of lines and triangle-shaped accessories. The color combinations varied between black, white, red and shades of grey. The interesting positioning of the stripes added a fashionable yet playful look to the looks.
Bára is originally from Iceland, but came to Copenhagen for her studies. The talented graduate created a collection that has a tribal, yet sporty look. The details contained folded squares on the jacket lapel, cut-out in the front, and mixture between thread and leather. Even though, the leather used in a traditional way is used in more elegant looks, the designer succeeded to create sporty outfits mixing the material with cotton. The head pieces turned the models into true fashionable sporty Cleopatras.
Photo credit: Copenhagen Fashion Week.
Tags: cphfw, margrethe skolen
Katalin Horváth is a young recent fashion design graduate. She is Hungarian from Romania and she grew up in a city surrounded by mountains. To complete the Bachelor degree, Katalin moved to Denmark, where she fell in love with Scandinavia. Completely passionate about design, fashion and big city life, her dream is to have her own fashion label one day. Katalin is a dynamic individual, enthusiastic and appreciative towards art and supports the sustainable lifestyle.
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