Freya Dalsjø, one of the most awaited shows at Copenhagen Fashion Week, showed a spring/summer collection that had the audience applauding before the show was over.
Before the first model had even set foot on the runway the music told us that the new Freya Dalsjø collection titled “Deflower” would make us discuss sexuality in some way. When Victoria’s Secret Angel Josephine Skriver then opened the show in a see-through striped pajama shirt and glittery undies we knew this would be something that would have people buzzing for the rest of Copenhagen Fashion Week.
The collection featured thin see-through garments, a silky nightgown-like slip-on dress, wide skirt hems, playful baby doll dresses, power suits in a new modern guise, structured coats and lots of zippers running down the front of both skirts and jackets. There was a distinct mix of that which we think of as ‘girly’ and that we usually call ‘feminine’. The color palette mostly consisted of light pink and blue shades as well as white. On the fur coats and in a striped pattern repeated on several pieces there were also olive green and black. On the models feet were transparent plastic high heels and dangling from their ears were flower shaped earrings.
The make-up was all about nude shades and the hair was styled into long, loose curls with one huge curl laying on the forehead. Some models had all of their hair curled into one huge curly bob, which felt very 1990’s Carrie Bradshaw. The whole Freya Dalsjø collection actually felt very Sex and the City – a single woman in a city, pondering her transition from a girl to an adult woman, playing around with her style and sensuality.
Scroll down to see our favorite looks and let us know what you think about the new collection!
Also check out: Freya Dalsjø’s collaboration with Apair
Also read: Freya Dalsjø at CPHFW SS15
Tags: cphfw, Freya Dalsjø
Nanna is an aspirant Swedish speaking Finn from Helsinki, who is currently based in Stockholm. She studies journalism and fashion, speaks four languages and loves to learn. Her passions are all things sartorial, writing, photography and travelling. She also appreciates interior design, architecture, arts and books. With a love for the minimalistic Scandi style she takes life one day at a time, and is almost always found with a smile on her face.
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