The Danish born David Andersen became an “instant success” in 2007. His designs are represented in 12 countries expanding abroad Europe and he is soon to enter the Japanese and the US market. The A/W14 collection from David Andersen was mainly in black so it was interesting to see what his take was on the S/S15 colour scheme.
The S/S15 collection was named ‘Reflection’, as the collection explores David Andersen’s design origins from when he first began to create fashion. David Andersen wants essentially to go back to basics in order to explore future movements in art and fashion, joined with his own design aesthetics. Consequently, the collection aims to reflect an aspiration for a design that is timeless yet farsighted.
He did just that. He managed to combine the feeling of cool and elegance perfectly in his collection, using white and black colours combined with the brilliance of the materials. Materials like cotton and leather together with neoprene and tencel (fiber material) were all environmentally friendly. The way he used the materials was quite creative, be sure to check out the beautiful black dress at the bottom of this post, made with neoprene; it has an amazing effect when the wearer moves in it.
This collection is a mixture of classic and über cool items, don’t miss the key item of the collection, the bomber jacket that has been given a modern expression with lacquer graffiti print and knitting. Enjoy!
The designer, David Andersen
Catwalk Photos by Copenhagen Fashion Week.
Are you hooked? Check out David Andersen’s store in Copenhagen.
Tags: Copenhagen Fashion Week, cphfw, fashion review, Nordic fashion
Signý Kristinsdóttir, an Icelander who lives in Copenhagen. She loves all things art and design related. She is a tech geek, gets a kick out of
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