It's time for the last post about Copenhagen Fashion Week for now, right? Well, this crazy summer has been all about the ups and downs. After feeling rather uninspired for a while, I'm finally back fully recharged. I'm quite busy and doing a lot of exciting projects. This coming weekend I'm doing a speech about personal style and after that I need to focus on the up coming exhibition I'm contributing to along with Henrik Vibskov and many other nordic stylists, writers and designers. Very excited!
Besides the show I've already blogged about I also loved Freya Dalsjö, Anne Sofie Madsen, Tabernacle Twins and Stine Goya - very talented and innovative ladies! I had some absolutely fabulous days! The third outfit was a second hand blazer and brooch, a Topman jumper, Zara trousers and a new hit on my shoe-shelf; the Christian Pellizzari sandals with American Apparel socks.
After one and a half year without a show Barbara í Gongini came out of the dust with a very loyal and more wearable collection with better cuts than ever! When the music started and the lights came on the catwalk we all knew it was going to be extremely dark and intense. Model after model stepped out the concret wearing dusty wigs and androgynous robes in white, grey, black and neon yellow. Added Rick Owens inspired sneaks Barbara showed a thoroughly and dark collection of international standard. Even though it's far away from my style I really love the setting and atmosphere at her shows!
From one kind of to another. The last days I've been offline reconstructing my room with paint all over my world. Now I'm back with the last posts of Copenhagen Fashion Week! For day two I wore my new and extremely shiny Pollini shoes and a polo I made some days before it all began - very Givenchy inspired! In addition to that second hand shorts and bag and a homemade bracelet.
Visiting David Andersen backstage as well as at his office is always a pleasure - there is time for a talk and the room is filled with energy and passion! I took a closer look on the SS13 collection before the show and one thing I especially loved was the way he styled the male torso. Vest on jumper on shirt on turtleneck - most of them in white. A great way to build up some volume and still get the feeling of summer. I need to try that myself!
Jumper, Lacoste / Trousers, second hand / Handbag, Versace
Shoes, Dr Matens (fringes by me)
Sporty pastels felt more than right to wear the first day during Fashion Week knowing that I would be running around totally confused from show to show in front of a filming camera. The sweet David and Alejandro from Dandy Diary was making a portait of me and my projects. I was spending a lot of hours with the boys and had a very very great time. A perfect start of CPHFW!
.. And of cause not an outfit - or a Fashion Week - without golden details.