Copenhagen FW Spring 2015: Day 1’s stripes, studs and amazing street style

Aug 06 2014 by
Categories : Fashion

Striped separates and flat sandals make for an effortlessly cool spring look at Lovechild 1979

Striped separates and flat sandals make for an effortlessly cool spring look at Lovechild 1979.

On an unseasonably hot and sunny morning, crowds congregate in front of the
Skt. Petri, Copenhagen’s luxury design hotel and erstwhile headquarters for international media covering
Copenhagen Fashion Week. The mood is charged with anticipation: For many, today is a first glimpse at an exciting new crop of Scandinavian designers. Whisked off in a branded car, I arrive in minutes at Copenhagen’s Royal Academy of Music, the venue for the opening show:
Click through for front-row snaps from Day 1 of Copenhagen FW….

Lovechild 1979 Spring 2015 Young design duo
Anne-Dorthe Larsen and
Katrine Rabjerg present a collection of easy-to-wear separates in a palette of navy, cream and rust.
Lovechild 1979 Spring 2015 After Day 1, the robe coat/vest is already emerging as a strong trend at CPHFW spring 2015. Outside, the street style is as varied as the shades of blond (from icy platinum to warm caramel). Few women clack in high heels on cobblestones: Everyone else is in flat footwear. The coolest: Chanel sneaks; the least assuming: black Birks. Navy, black and shades of white are everywhere, with monochrome palettes dressed up in stripes, metallic fabrics and architectural cuts.
Fashion fans outside of CPHFW Spring 2015

Fashion fans outside of CPHFW spring 2015.

Up next: The crowds are directed to an office building in the city centre, where we’re greeted with chilled rosé to toast the reinvention for spring 2015 of Danish heritage brand
Fonnesbech 1 Six generations later, designer
Mette Julie Bundgaard Nielsen is reimaging the Fonnesbech woman. Workwear staples are modernized with opalescent fabrics and pops of lemon yellow and coral.
Fonnesbech Spring 2015 Our favourite accessory so far: Fonnesbech’s studded felt visor. Following the morning shows, an opening press conference outlines the week’s mandate of sustainability. Last year, Copenhagen Fashion Week was named the “greenest” by the
Financial Times, but it’s clear the
Danish Fashion Institute isn’t resting on its laurels. While introducing this season’s efforts, including a public debate on sustainable fashion at Copenhagen City Hall and the first-ever
Global Fashion Exchange (essentially a giant clothing swap), director
Eva Kruse notes an important caveat: Sustainable fashion still has to look good. For a country with design in its DNA, we expect no less, and if Day 1 is any indication of what’s to come, we won’t be disappointed.
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