Decoded: The best of Danish street style from Copenhagen Fashion Week Fall Winter’19
The streets of the Danish capital were recently awash with colours, prints and a myriad of trends to look forward to for the upcoming winter season. The Copenhagen Fashion Week, which has the advantage of head-starting the international fashion week calendar, has bloomed to become one of the most promising fashion locations all over the world.
Scandinavian fashion talent has made its mark on the world of fashion, owing to the foundations laid by master taskers like GANNI, Emilie Helmstedt’s namesake label Helmstedt and Martin Asbjørn, among others. Season after season. The platform has gained the reputation of blossoming some of the most talented up and coming names in the fashion industry… this directly reflects on the undercurrent of the capital – and its style.
In our street style round-up, we have compiled a gallery of the most fashion forward and intelligently put-together pieces spotted during Copenhagen Fashion Week Fall Winter 2019.
Each look has been translated by injecting out the trends, but to give a low-down into what’s in there – long-line coats in over-sized, fluffly silhouettes emerge as the most popular outerwear piece, whereas animal print bags first place in the print department.
The accessory section is dominated by micro pouches and mini sling bags in sorbet and neon tones, whilst denim makes a rebound with and interesting take on baggy, roomy silhouettes and faded washes.
There is a serious pattern play happening in contrasting tones, with colours like sunflower yellow, sorbet green, fuchsia pink, cobalt blue and the neutral palette occupying majority of the market share.
Scroll through our gallery to view the best of Danish street style from CPHFW FW 2019…
Image credits: The Style Stalker, The Styleograph, The Street Vibe, Style du Monde.