DAILY COPENHAGEN FASHION WEEK
AUTUMN WINTER 2017
SIN JEAN // PHILLIP
BRUTALISM BERGGREN STUDIO
OH! X KOPENHAGEN FUR
“THE INDUSTRY IS LOOKING TO EMERGING FASHION WEEKS SUCH AS COPENHAGEN” LISA AIKEN —
The London College of Fashion graduate Lisa Aiken joined NET-A-PORTER in 2011. In 2016, Aiken was appointed Retail Fashion Director of NET-A-PORTER, overseeing a team of 12 buyers. AW17 is Aiken’s second visit to Copenhagen Fashion Week.
NET-A-PORTER is currently stocking more than a handful of Danish designers. What makes Copenhagen interesting as a fashion destination at the moment?
What are the three things you look the most forward to experiencing this upcoming Copenhagen Fashion Week?
I am always on the hunt for new brands, so I very much hope something catches my eye. I am a big fan of Ganni, and therefore really looking forward to their runway show. And the people watching, the city is so stylish and a great place to spot emerging trends and styling ideas before they have even become a thing.
Scandinavian style certainly has a very distinct point of difference, which has been captured in a variety of ways by the brands we offer at NET-A-PORTER. In a time when women are increasingly looking for new and interesting fashion ideas, and the global fashion scene is shrinking, the industry is looking to emerging fashion weeks, such as Copenhagen to excite and inspire us.
What should everyone experience whilst in Copenhagen, in your opinion?
Sadly I have only visited Copenhagen once very briefly, so not sure I am qualified to answer this question just yet! Though top of my list this week is a visit to The Apartment.
What would you say is Scandinavian fashion’s biggest strength?
Individuality. Every collection has a unique point of view, as do the women you see on the street. Overall I find the aesthetic relaxed but with an unexpected, almost spontaneous twist. The idea of amazing personal style is very much at the forefront.
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Camilla Frank
COPY EDITOR Louis Francisco Vernal
COVER PHOTO Elisabeth Eibye
MANAGING EDITOR Frederik Højgaard
WRITERS Lotte Freddie, Courtney Forrest Marie Jedig, Marlene Tolbod Jakobsen Magnus Jorem, Safiya Ismaili
PHOTOGRAPHERS Helena Lundquist, Elisabeth Eibye. All catwalk photos by Helle Moos
ART DIRECTOR Thomas Blankschøn
SALES Linda Ava Laursen
DISTRIBUTION Agnethe Schultz PRINT Trykkompagniet PUBLISHER Copenhagen Fashion Week
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Statens Museum for Kunst (National Gallery of Denmark) has one of Copenhagen’s largest collections of art. A new exhibition just opened, called SPOT ON – Danish and International Art after 1900, and includes work of world renowned Danish artists Michael Kvium, Tal R, Asger Jorn and Per Kirkeby. Wednesdays are open until 8 pm, so it’s the perfect opportunity to catch up on some modern Danish art.
With its fifth season coming up, Revolver Trade Fair has some exciting new brands up its sleeve. Totême by Swedish supernova Elin Kling, Dutch Kings of Indigo and the upcoming Danish talent, Elaine Hersby, will all exhibit alongside progressive brands such as Henrik Vibskov, Stine Goya, Soulland, Baum und Pferdgarden, and Wood Wood. And once again, a select group of Italian brands will also be represented as part of Revolver’s partnership with Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana and the Milanese trade fair, WHITE. With the supreme location in Copenhagen’s Meatpacking District, there is also plenty of opportunity to explore the streets of Vesterbro.
Green Mobility; an electric car sharing service, is the official ride of Copenhagen Fashion Week. The vehicles are strategically located around the city, making finding, using, and dropping-off the car effortlessly utilizable. Finding, locating, and ending a trip is all done through its app ”Din bybil”. Parking is also uncomplicated; hotspots are located around the city where parking is free. A car can be reserved for thirty minutes, free of charge. With Green Mobility, you get maximum mobility for a minimum price. Green Mobility makes transportation easy, fashionable, and environmentally friendly. Get twenty minutes for free when you register using the promo code #cphfw
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Revolver Village Entrance Halmtorvet 11 DK-1700 Copenhagen V
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Just down the street from Revolver Trade Fair you’ll find Kioskh. It is, as the name implies, a kiosk in the convenience store way. But instead of your regular six-pack and stick of gum, it is packed with micro brews, organic products, and fresh coffee to go. And, it also has one of the best international magazine stashes in Vesterbro with publications from all over the world on the shelves. It opens at 7 AM, so it’s the perfect spot to begin your day with a cup of Joe in some authentic Copenhagen surroundings. Kioskh, Sønder Boulevard 53, 1720 København V
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TALENTER Fire nye danske designtalenter nomineres hvert år til DANSK Design Talent – Magasin Prisen. Sidste års veninder Cecilie Bahnsen vandt bl.a. et modeshow under den nuværende modeuge – vi er spændte på at se hendes kollektion. Hvert år får fire nye danske designtalenter mulighed for at få en ekstra håndsrækning til at kickstarte karrieren med den prestigefyldte designkonkurrence DANSK Design Talent – Magasin prisen, der inkluderer en præmie på 500.000 kr. og et modeshow under Københavns modeuge. Konkurrencen er skabt af DANSK Magazine, Magasin og Magasin Fonden, og siden 2013 har konkurrencen været med til at promovere morgendagens designere og give dem et skub på vejen. For Magasin har det altid været vigtigt at støtte op om nye danske designtalenter og give dem mulighed for at manifestere sig i branchen. Nu er jagten igen sat ind på at finde det næste hold af Danmarks nye spirende designere, så der kan kåres en velfortjent vinder ved efterårets store show. Forhåbentligt vil DANSK Design Talent 2017 endnu en gang bane vejen til den internationale modescene for en ung talentfuld designer. Magasin vil endnu engang ønske sidste års vinder Cecilie Bahnsen tillykke med titlen som vinder af DANSK Design Talent – Magasin Prisen 2016. Cecilie er for første gang aktuel under Københavns modeuge og vi glæder os til at se hendes fantastiske kreationer. Følg os på Instagram @MAGASINDUNORD og læs meget mere om modeugen på vores blog MAGASIN.DK/AJOUR
What are the three most important things to notice about the new collection?
I think that some of the materials are quite incredible, such as this woven red, white and blue material. It’s a very a beautiful texture. It’s actually to types of materials that have been combined.
We made some very small brooches in the shape of a kite, though hardly no one noticed them in Paris. They are also really beautiful.
HENRIK VIBSKOV NOMINATED BY: NAJA MUNTHE, MUNTHE SHOW: WEDNESDAY 1 FEBRUARY 21.00
Finally, I love the incredible spiral-shaped ear pieces that we made for the show. What is your favourite piece from the AW17 collection?
My favourite piece would be the blue, white, and red striped suits.
What do you look the most forward to about setting up a show?
I really enjoy the momentum right before the show starts. There’s a strange mix of different energies. Some are stressed, the models might be nervous about walking, some are trying to finish the styling, the front row crowd is feeling important and the background music makes everything sort of tremble. I’m very much into this part of the show when everybody is tense and anticipating what’s going to happen.
I have a drink and a cigarette. That’s how I usually do it. After doing all the interviews backstage, I mostly just want a beer or a glass of wine. How do you prepare for fashion week – do you have a ritual?
I don’t have a specific ritual. Some of my employees would probably say that there’s something I always do. One thing I always do before the show is to change my clothes. At that point we would have worked since early in the morning so I usually change outfit before the show.
What would you recommend the visitors of fashion week to experience while they’re in Copenhagen?
I would recommend everyone to walk across the new inner harbour bridge from Nyhavn to Papirøen. They should go for a nice walk, stop by Charlottenborg art hall, cross over to Papirøen, enjoy the sun and get a cup of coffee at my café, Den Plettede Gris. Who would you like to nominate for tomorrow?
I would like to nominate my former intern Elaine Hersby who’s now doing a show. I’m excited to see what she learned from her time at my company.
What is the first thing you do after the show?
ON THE BLOCK CECILIE BAHNSEN ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART GRADUATE SHOW: 1 FEBRUARY 12.00
Who is your biggest Danish design inspiration?
I have two, actually. The first is costume designer Anja Vang Krag, my design mentor. I adore the unique and personal expressions of her designs. She was the one who brought me to John Galliano and Dior, where I worked as an intern. She taught me to go all the way with my designs and to not be afraid of creating something that’s a little different and over the top. Anja has really pushed the boundaries with her theatre costumes. I like to think that I work within a Danish design tradition that emphasizes quality and beauty. The designs of Arne Jacobsen are an inspiration to me in terms of the functionalism and proportions of my clothes.
How would you describe the collection? What kind of garments will you be presenting at the show?
The collection is inspired by Italian catholic school uniforms for boys. They almost give off cross-dressing vibes, think preppy black dress-like uniforms with beautiful white collars. It’s masculine and incredibly feminine at the same time. I always love to play with this balance in my collections. The colour scheme is subdued, black, white and navy with a few highlights of colour in between. It has been really interesting to work with soft colours, this way the materials and the unique, custom embroidery get more of the attention. It’s my first show, so I have worked with designs that work well in motion. I really enjoyed working with more sculptural forms and taking how the clothes would move on a catwalk into consideration.
What is the worst thing that could go wrong when setting up a show for the first time?
Of course I fear that we won’t get ready for the show in time. We are working on the last pieces at the moment and we will be working on finishing everything until the night before. It’s one of the most thrilling things about doing a show; the designs are ready last minute and there is a constant evolution of the collection. Seeing as it’s our first show, we of course want everything to run smoothly. That’s something that’s always at the back of your mind. We want it to be special, unique and memorable. The most important thing is to strike a balance between creating something new and staying true to myself and my brand. It’s nerve-wracking to have to make a collection and a show that we will like as much tomorrow as 5 years down the line.
THORA VALDIMARSDOTTIR, FASHION DIRECTOR, COSTUME How do you prepare for a day at the trade fairs?
Some of our partners host nice events at the trade fairs, and we make an effort to participate in those. We get an insight into the direction that the brands are going for the coming season and strengthen our relationship with them as we are up to date on news and collaborations. In addition to this, we try to stop by some new brands that we don’t know that well yet but that could be relevant for the magazine.
What does your day at the trade fairs look like?
We always have just one day at the trade fairs so it all goes rather fast. We rarely have the time to do anything except for all the meetings in our tight schedule. Though we often get a glass of champagne at Sand, snacks at Mosh Mosh, and lots of candy at Just Female.
What do you always bring in your purse to the trade fairs?
I’m the kind of person who is completely dependent on my phone. I make notes of all new brands to keep track of everything, and then I always bring a little wallet with business cards, a Raw energy bar, lip balm and keys. What do you look the most forward to experiencing this season at the trade fairs?
I’m super excited to see Muf10 and Han Kjøbenhavn. I think that both brands contribute with something new and exciting to Copenhagen Fashion Week, and I look forward to seeing what they have come up with this time. 6
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ADAM KATZ SINDING, PHOTOGRAPHER, LE21ÈME ”Wood Wood has always represented the Danish aesthetic to me. I think that they really just nail it every season. I saw this jacket at Pitti in Florence a few weeks ago and knew I had to have it.”
”Alexander from Liafi had one of these hanging on the racks of his shop on Studiestræde and I thought it was so good. I feel a bit silly wearing it and not being Danish... but I can take the jokes.”
LOVE YOUR CLOTHES It is estimated that we only use two-thirds of our wardrobes. Purchasing clothes that we never wear and eventually dispose has major environmental consequences. The majority of clothes that is donated or thrown out, end up in landfills where they become a key source of greenhouse gas emissions. The next time you shop – consider if it’s an item you really love. Consuming more mindfully could greatly reduce the environmental footprint of the fashion industry.
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EVERY SINNER HAS A FUTURE JEAN // PHILLIP
Back on the Copenhagen Fashion Week schedule for the first time in two years, Jean//Phillip showed his autumn/winter 2017 collection in an intimate, raw white space free of bells and whistles, allowing show-goers an unobstructed, up-close look at his signature sharp tailoring and impeccable craftsmanship. The music and model-casting created a post-apocalyptic meets vampire vibe that was hauntingly sexy. The focused, cohesive collection called SINNER explored, according to show notes, “the unlikely meeting between the rugged, renegade biker and the traditional suit.” Wool, leather and cotton mixed with lighter silks and linens in a clean palette of black, white, grey, and red with highlights of pink. Silhouettes were both fitted and oversized,
accented with tassels, laces, and sequins which struck the right edge without being too over-the-top. High-waisted paper-bag trousers and an array of stovepipe skinnies which blurred the lines between rock n’ roll and sport, stayed true to the brand’s androgynous aesthetic. Shirtings and jackets were deconstructed with razor-like precision, offering a fresh interpretation of classic button-fronts, trenches and coats. The must-have of the season, the piece that will set Instagram ablaze, is the leather biker jacket with SINNER embroidered on the back. If it’s wrong…I don’t want to be right.
Time: 17.00 Place: Larsbjørnstræde 5B Words: Courtney Forrest
OH, DIVERSITY OH! X KOPENHAGEN FUR
Fashion is about expressing yourself, said The Danish Minister for Finance, Kristian Jensen, at the opening of Copenhagen Fashion Week. This was exactly what was happening at the presentation of Oh! x Kopenhagen Fur at Brøndsalen where eight dancers of all sizes, ages, and shapes clad in white powdered, nude cat suits writhed, wiggled, and stomped their modern way of showing the latest small fur designer items from the famous Danish fur company.
Rebecca Holst, head of design and production, offers many choices in her new collection all made from the fur company’s exquisite materials. Everyday luxury they call key rings with round pom poms in different coloured fox or mink. Collars and scarves cut like rows of coloured flowers in raccoon or fox flatters the face and terrific bags in wine, orange or brown mink, fox or raccoon will be the perfect city friend. Faux crocodile in Italian leather are enhanced with mink or fox trim on clutches, totes, backpacks or shoulder bags. All made at the same factory in Turkey where Prada’s bags are produced.
This was what fashion is about - diversity to be chosen and shown any way you like using accessories to underline your look, your personality, your presence.
The strongest trend of all is to be a slow mover proclaims Kopenhagen Fur - who aims to set international standards for animal welfare. I say hurry up - Oh, express yourself
Time: 20.00 Place: Brøndsalen Words: Lotte Freddie
Frame: MYKITA DECADES BUENO | Photography: Mark Borthwick
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THE GREAT DANE WON HUNDRED
A vibrational, almost party like gossiping filled the room. It-girls and it-boys wearing it-pieces from the collection, such as fire printed scarves, pointy heels, leather, and bright red colours, got seated in the old, beautiful venue in the centre of Copenhagen. Electronic hip hop music outshouted by the sound of a motor combined with the lyrics “This Girl is A Tom Boy” made it clear what was about to happen: Won Hundred emphasized their DNA as a daring, cool, and new age rock’n’roll brand once and for all, and took us back to the speedway field of the 70’s:
charm everyone around him. As the models started walking down the runway wearing one pieces, zipper suits, checks, army colours, denim, printed leather in shades of black, red, and yellow, you suddenly felt like you were back in an old amusement arcade watching a speedway game come true before your eyes. Won Hundred is known for a rebellious, rock’n’roll take on everyday wear, and this collection was no exception although we saw a slightly more avant-garde and sporty take on the brand. Designer Nikolaj Nielsen created a cool, yet wearable collection inspired by the speedway driver champion Ole Olesen also known as The Great Dane. And a great Dane Won Hundred indeed represented.
Won Hundred is the rebellious little brother of the Danish fashion scene, who says and does as he pleases but somehow still manages to
Time: 15.00 Place: Store Kannikestræde 19 Words: Marie Jedig
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A PLEA FOR BRUTALISM
The lights go out and the sound of soft music begins and intensifies with a heavy base: A catwalk in contrast: Concrete blocks stacked into piles like contemporary art pieces in the middle of the catwalk in the gorgeous surroundings of Hotel D’Angleterre. Modern brutalism placed in a place as classically beautiful creates a certain theatrical feel and tells an immediate story. Berggren Studio made a plea for brutalism. Bringing the present to the catwalk, Berggren Studio was clearly inspired by the brutal and cold industrialism this season. The designer behind the brand, Tove Berggren, is known for her artistic take on prints, and in this collection every print was like a little piece of art: Like going to a gallery or a modern art museum and rolling into your favourite pieces. The Berggren Studio-girl got more urbanely cool this season with silver bomber jackets, culottes trousers, and black hoodies in sharp contrast to gauzy silhouettes and floating materials – not a very conventional fall/winter collection – and the following applause was clearly addressed at the prints in the collection, not the originality of the styles.
Time: 19.00 Place: Hotel D’Angleterre Words: Marie Jedig
CHINESE PARTY GOING GREEN FASHION HONG KONG Time: 18.00 Place: Thorvaldsen Museum Words: Lotte Freddie
“This is a fashion festival,” declared new CEO of Copenhagen Fashion Week, Camilla Frank, who encouraged everybody to enjoy the city’s fashion, culture, art, food, and “hygge” during the week which is very much about sustainability. A phenomenon that also Chinese designers are very aware of and which they wanted to demonstrate at Thorvaldsen Museum at the Fashion Hong Kong show, which has been collaborating with the Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel to introduce Chinese eco fashion here - the first time for Fashion Hong Kong to GO GREEN. Four designers showed their ideas for AW17. Vickie Au, whose architectural inspired dresses cut in asymmetrical blocs and sculpTHE DAILY
tured lines worked really well in black and white for her label House of V. Smashing bright reds in dresses and pants demonstrated Dora Chu’s strong sense of the power of feminity for her brand Maison Vermillion. Vermillion being the French name for a striking, burning red, is the same hue as China’s celebratory colour. It looked great, empowering, and flattering, as did black party dresses in transparent organdie, some embroidered in gold or silver. Red or blue Mary Quant-like flowers covered dresses or one leg at Kay Li who also favoured asymmetrical lines, as well as glimmering purple and matte gold brocade in a coat, a dress and tapered trousers and Kenax Leung layers of men’s shirts in mixed checks looked great with sweaters with a message, one being: Danger - free range children.
COMING TOGETHER The official opening lunch gathered designers, CEOs, politicians, royals and followers of fashion at the grand Copenhagen City Hall, inaugurating the week together as invited by trade and industry organisations CIFF, Revolver, DM&T, Wear and Copenhagen Fashion Week. WORDS
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Camilla Frank gave her inaugural speech as CEO of Copenhagen Fashion Week.
Anna Mee Allerslev, Mayor of Employment and Integration, giving her speech.
HRH Crown Princess Mary attended the lunch.
A chill glass of rosé provided by I AM Rosé., cherry blossom branches, lilies and roses in crisp white by Interflora and the elegant table setting and food by Paustian
The grand, spacious City Hall provided the perfect romantic backdrop for the opening lunch.
Eva Kruse, CEO of Danish Fashion Institute with Camilla Frank, CEO of Copenhagen Fashion Week.
Fashion designer Henrik Vibskov.
HRH Crown Princess Mary of Denmark.
Cecilie Ingdal Christiansen, Editor-in-Chief of ELLE Danmark with Pernille Teisbæk, stylist and Social Zoo Creative Director.
French and Italian ambassadors to Denmark, François Zimeray and Stefano Queirolo Palmas.
FRIENDS FUREVER Tuesday’s Oh! x Kopenhagen Fur show drew out a crowd of celebrity BFF’s clad in the season’s furry fashions. WORDS frederik højgaard PHOTOGRAPHY helena lundquist
PR agent Mads Vanggaard and blogger Sophia Roe.
Musician Freja Kirk and model-actress Sus Wilkins.
TV host Eva Harlou and musician Lina Rafn.
Singers Saszeline Sørensen and Szhirley.
Copenhagen Fashion Week was opened this season by Danish streetwear label Won Hundred, drawing a crowd of experimental fashionistas grappling with the new world order. WORDS PHOTOGRAPHY
Creative director of Won Hundred Nikolaj Nielsen won’t tell you which hand holds the marzipan treat and which holds the tequila-filled SuperSoaker. But do take your pick, sweetie.
It all snapped for fashion journalist Sille Henning when she heard the rumour that Trump would disrupt the global fabric trade. ”Drain the accounts, max out the AmEx! Purchase all the patterns and I mean fucking pronto!” she screamed at her P.A.
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Blogger/model Julie Pallesen fears that both of her jobs could be taken over by robots in the near future, but isn’t sure which one will go first. The members of Velvet Volume are working on a soothing guided meditation concept album that will take you to a peaceful and harmonious place beyond the realm of human worry.
Pop singer Aura was replaced this fashion week by a super-intelligent doppelganger robot who identified herself as Future Texas Shaunda v 3.0.
FMS Magazine’s Julia Chohen and Dobrawa Zowislo encourage everyone to press ”I’m Feeling Lucky” on their A.I.-driven wardrobe-selection units.
Maya Soul Paustian sends a potent political message to America: In 2017, the Red Coats ain’t coming. Musician Steen Jørgensen wore an outfit that screamed ”I may be a thug but I’d never perform at no goddamn Trump inauguration.”
Wet-look ambassadors Mads Damsgaard Kristensen and Rasmus Littauer are playful curators of proportion and silhouette, when they’re not getting down with their pals for a little jam
Wardrobe 19’s Martin Vestphael and Mathias Vogt inhabit a strict beaver-and-racoon coloor universe, and dare you to discard your gaudy flamingo pretentions.
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EVENTS OF THE DAY TOMMY HILFIGER BREAKFAST
MEET THE DANES
MEET THE DESIGNERS OF FASHION HONG KONG
Breakfast with an exclusive preview of the Tommy Hilfiger Fall 2017 Collections. 09.00-11.00 Tommy Hilfiger Showroom Trangravsvej 2 Copenhagen K By invitation only firstname.lastname@example.org
A breakfast event with the epitome of Danish fashion, accessories, jewellery, beauty and interior design. 09.00-12.00 &Tradition Trangravsvej 24 Copenhagen K By invitation only email@example.com
10.30-12.00 Andersen’s Amaliegade 40 Copenhagen K By invitation only firstname.lastname@example.org
16.00-18.00 CIFF Style Setters Bungalows (C4-110) Center Boulevard 5 Copenhagen S Open to all Fashion_hongkong@hktdc-nordics.com
SHOWS OF THE DAY 11.00 DOMANOFF
Petit by Sofie Schnoor
Baum und Pferdgarten
TRADE FAIRS REVOLVER COPENHAGEN INT. FASHION TRADE SHOW Revolver Village Halmtorvet 11 Copenhagen V www.revolver.dk
Bella Center Center Boulevard 5 Copenhagen S www.ciff.dk
Forum Copenhagen Julius Thomsens Plads 1 Frederiksberg C www.ciff.dk
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