Copenhagen Fashion Week Review ✈


Copenhagen’s Fashion Week has paved the way for AW19 with bright, bold, colourful collections.

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Playful and theatric, at Stine Goya multiple tones of the same colour were paired up on top of each other to create super bright, stand-out outfits. Maximalism is the vibe to this winter’s collection, where the “more is more” approach gets you closer to the finished look before you step out of the door.

HAIR NOTE: The “double bun attack”, tiny top-knot on top, mid-slung ballerina bun on the back.



Bold contrasting checks meets colour blocking. Rodebjer’s collection effortlessly fits into the majority of womens’ wardrobes with their presentation comprising of looks that easily transform from day-to-night if needed. Scarves and accessories are used to complete the look and give it that “extra” eye-catching factor.

HAIR NOTE: Embrace what your parents gave you, work with your natural texture.



Distinguishable by the marking factors of the Cecilie Bahsen aesthetic, this collection was about tipping the scale towards the dark side, which was most notable in the presentation of the models walking staccato on mass at the end like a group of young girls reminiscent of “the Ring”. For Bahsen her vision was to imbue an ambience like a David Lynch film, where there is always a lingering feeling of something eerie. Monochromatic with some dashes of yellow, each outfit kept to the colour-blocking theme effortlessly working multiple contrasting textures together.

HAIR NOTE: A little hint of bed head hair meets young girl. Long hair tucked into the back of the dress as a peek-a-boo feature.



Cleanly put together Munthe presented looks incorporating logos, colour-blocking, checks and cosy oversize knits. Layering of various lengths like midi and maxi dresses over baggy trousers or a sporty legging, this collection perfectly fits into the everyday of the modern busy woman.

HAIR NOTE: Long hair tucked in coats and jumpers, mid-part, bucket hats, textured.