February | CPHFW
Copenhagen Fashion Week Round Up
Calendar's edit of standout moments from CPHFW's AW22 collectionsEmma Sells
This season’s Copenhagen Fashion Week was a heady celebration of creativity, innovation and inspiration with, as ever, a strong focus on sustainability. These are our Calendar highlights, from the conscious minimalism of Skall Studio to the life affirming, crowd-pleasing joy of Ganni and the new and spuer-sexy, zero-waste silhouettes from Jade Cropper. Read more from Fashion Features Director, Emma Sells’, front row view below.
Inspired by the lo-fi lifestyle of Linda and Paul McCartney, the collection starred standout wardrobe classics, from coats made from recycled or responsibly sourced wool to recycled flannel separates.
Skall Studio AW22 | look 3 and 22
Skall Studio AW22 | look 13 and 15
Channelling the infectious and inspiring power and confidence of 90s musicians like Bjork and PJ Harvey, Ganni’s grunge-meets-glamour-fuelled AW22 collection was its most responsible yet.
Ganni AW22 | look 13 and 16
Unabashedly sexy, noughties-inspired silhouettes conjured exclusively from waste and recycled fabric by the buzzy young designer championed by Kim Kardashian.
Jade Cropper AW22 | look 1, 6 and 15
The debut runway show from the fledgling label was a masculine-meets-feminine affair with flawless, streamlined silhouettes and an easy, effortless air.
The Garment AW22 | look 6, 13 and 17
With a futuristic, alien-inspired theme and an innovative approach to creating clothes, (DI)VISION offered up relaxed, streetwear silhouettes pieces together from upcycled and deadstock fabrics.
(di)vision AW22 | look 7, 15 and 24
ISO.POETISM BY TOBIAS BIRK NIELSEN:
Thanks to the use innovative recycled fabrics and dying techniques with minimal water use, this collection earned Birk Nielsen the Zalando Sustainability Prize.
Iso.Poetism by Tobias Birk Nielsen AW22 | look 12, 14 and 18
From tailoring to figure-skimming stretch dresses, this was a grounded, wearable collection of contemporary, wear-forever shapes in irresistible shades.
Fassbender AW22 | look 8 and 9
Fassbender AW22 | look 17 and 22
Read the LFW AW22 review here.