We saw many cool collections at Copenhagen Fashion Week and here’s a recap of four of the S/S16 collections you just have to see.
Asger Juel Larsen gave CPHFW a collection filled with diverse materials, textures and prints. He also played with unconventional pieces for menswear and showed both crop tops, mini shorts and briefs. No one could miss the green palm print that also covered the runway nor the bright orange print he put on various pieces, still the most eye-catching looks of the collection were the ones with small details and interesting textures, like a printed crop top or a structured coat.
Asger Juel Larsen Copenhagen Fashion Week Spring Summer 2016 August 2015
Maikel Tawadros showed in an underground parking garage at CPHFW and the collection felt like a modern and minimalistic Scandi take on London’s punk days trends with flannel shirts around the waist, lots of leather and hardware pieces and bright red and orange. The face masks made it feel a little Martin Margiela and the slicked hair a little like the controversial collection of Givenchy AW15, but the clothes were completely Maikel Tawadros. Definitely a collection for those with a cool, edgy and fearless style.
Lala Berlin, the only non-Nordic brand at CPHFW, showed a runway with clothes ready for a chic rooftop pool party. There were also looks for those summer nights out in the city when you want to dress in your favorite monochrome look or in a cool set that make heads turn your way on the streets.
With a men’s and women’s collection that mirrored each other Norweigan house Mardou&Dean presented a collection expressing the feeling of euphoria through travel. The show blended the industrial elements of metal hardware and molded plastic with classic tailoring that was influenced by shapes of human movement and machine structures.
Tags: asger juel larsen, cphfw, lala berlin, maikel tawadros, mardou & dean
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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