Sustainability, diversity and summer vibes
Kicking off CFW with a bang! The newly established Copenhagen based fashion brand Blanche truly set the bar. Combing classic, effortless as well as forward-thinking creations. Diversity and sustainability were for sure showcased during the SS19 fashion show and very much welcomed!
The countryside is calling for a chic gateway, away from the heat. Some flowy and slightly loose fitted dresses and creations with tailoring to perfection walked down the runway. Gorgeous white see-through dresses, wonderful colorful prints and large straw hats decorated with straw, corn flowers and poppies added another dimension of summer breeze to the collection. But don’t be fooled, these creations can easily be worn to any garden party, wedding or smashing happening – especially the adorable Alice in Wonderland creations decorated with flowers and embroideries.
Mark Kenly Domino Tan
Effortless with a twist of badass. Exquisite tailoring, light on the color palette and with amazing layering. Mixing contracts of feminity and masculinity from trenchcoats and slightly oversized pieces to darling prints and long tunics. With inspiration from vintage creations, Mark Kenly Domino Tan embraces the coolness of the tailoring with refined feminine touches.
A video from the Elaine Hersby SS19 fashion show. Whilst the models were walking down the runway, three contemporary dancers did a performance incorporated during the entire fashion show – with the perfect balance of attention towards the dancers and the collection. Hersby embraces and cherishes diversity, a woman’s body and movement. Fresh and feminine palette of mostly corals, pinks, lemon yellows, and lilacs were shown. Feminine streetwear that encourages functionality, making you wanna move around, explore and have a good time!