Every year I’m excited for the Han Kjøbenhavn show; I feel that they always take a very creative approach to presenting their collection, and that the models they use are all so unique. This year was my favorite, by far. First, you walked into a very raw space, with a white fenced box which was filled with men lying on stretchers covered with white sheets, and dolls hanging over their heads, in a very psychopathic way. I loved it; the body language and their theatrical performance matched perfectly with the mood of the space around them.
Photo by: Sigrún Ásta Jörgensen
The Autumn/Winter collection was in every way fantastic, and took a few differnet avenues of inspiration. I could feel a modern 90’s vibe, with a dash of futurism; the patches in the jeans and jackets, and the distressed accents calling you back in time. The styling of the clothing was very interesting and powerful too, there was a lot of layering of unconventional items such as pants over pants, and interesting pieces put together that made all of the looks simply unforgettable.
Congratulations to Han Kjøbenhavn for a fantastic show, and I look forward to seeing the next one.
Catwalk photos: Kenneth Nguyen
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Sigrun Asta Jorgensen is a freelance stylist and makeup artist, recently graduated with honors from Reykjavik Fashion Academy. Alongside styling - she's driven by art directing various fashion projects.
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