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Welcome to a fresh new season of Copenhagen Fashion Festival. We are very excited to present you with this season's amazing programme and invite you to experience an array of events in Copenhagen’s shops, streets and cultural organisations. Go winter shopping, get a makeover, get make-up tips and much more. Take the shopping route through Copenhagen and get a free, personal hair styling by the professional TRESemmé stylists at the Blow-Out Bar at both Nytorv and Field’s before visiting the design exhibitions at Designmuseum Danmark and The National Museum for guided tours and workshops. This season we are proud to introduce brand new festival events. Join us at Design Society at H.C. Andersens Boulevard 27. The festival takes over the entire ground floor and creates a festival centre complete with Fashion Cinema Nights with DRK, Fashion Talks with prominent profiles from the Danish fashion industry, fashion short films and two international design exhibitions. Drop by the café and lounge where you can relax and enjoy a coffee or a fashion drink. Remember always to stay updated with the CPHFW app, on Facebook and on copenhagenfashionfestival.com.

Eva Kruse CEO of Danish Fashion Institute & Copenhagen Fashion Week


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Download our iOS app to create your own fashion festival schedule, get notifications about nearby events and much more. Follow us on Instagram @CPHFF and remember to use the hashtag #CPHFF when sharing your Copenhagen Fashion Festival moments. Like us on Facebook to get updates on fashion events all year round, facebook. com/cphff Wait, there’s more. Find the complete event schedule at copenhagenfashionfestival. com and read the programme on your iPhone or iPad at issuu.com/ copenhagenfashionweek


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Publisher Editor-in-Chief Editor Editorial Assistants Art Director Print Special thanks to

Copenhagen Fashion Week® Trine Rindsig Laursen Natalie Ann Harris Frederik Højgaard & Maria Jæpelt Marie Brodersen Clausen Grafisk TRESemmé, 2pm Model Management, AGENTUR, Bent Gerluf, The Lab & Werkstette

Cover Look Cover Photography Cover Model

Filippa K knit & Whyred trousers Sascha Oda Veneda Budny, 2pm Model Management

Hair Stylist

Lasse Pedersen, TRESemmé

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Maiken Winther, AGENTUR

Make-up Artist

Trine Skjøth, AGENTUR

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Q & A Kirsten Brosbøl

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What, When and Where? Stay updated on the countless events and activities that take place during Copenhagen Fashion Festival. Don’t miss out – the festival is open for everyone and is for people of all ages!

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Fashion Cinema January 28 - 29 Wed - Thu 18.30 Design Society

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New Nordic Fashion - The Good Guys Exhibition January 28 - February 1 Wed - Sun 10 - 18 Design Society

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Fashion at the Museum: Exclusive ‘Fashion & Fabric’ Guided Tours January 29 & 31 Thu & Sat 16 - 17 Designmuseum Danmark Bredgade 68 Copenhagen K

Imagine Talents 2015 January 28 - February 1 Wed - Sun 10 - 17 The National Museum Ny Vestergade 10 Copenhagen K

Get spoiled and Win Jewellery with Carré! January 28 - 31 Wed - Fri 10 - 18 Sat 10 - 16 Carré Læderstræde 18 Copenhagen K

Find Your Winter Look January 28 - February 1 Wed - Sun 10 - 16 The Body Shop Østergade 33, Frederiksberggade 2, Magasin Kgs. Nytorv 13 Copenhagen K

Winter Sale at Beadhouse January 22 - February 28 Wed - Thu 12 - 17.30 Fri 12 - 18 Sat 11 - 15 Beadhouse Vendersgade 9-11 Copenhagen K


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Re-Opening of Gudrun Sjöden January 29 Thu 18 - 21

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Magasin, Ground floor Kongens Nytorv 13 Copenhagen K

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Glitter Købmagergade 55 & Østergade 61 Copenhagen K

Style a Unique Outfit and Win 5,000 DKK to Saint Tropez January 30 Fri 16 - 18 Saint Tropez Købmagergade 42 & Vimmelskaftet 43 Copenhagen K

Meet Designers and Win an Outfit at Companys Original January 30 Fri 17 - 18 Companys Original Frederiksberggade 24  Copenhagen K

Fashion Week Late Night Lounge at Drop Dead January 30 Fri 19 - 22

Find Your Perfect Pair of ALDO Shoes January 30 Fri 17 - 20

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Glitter: Discount & Drinks January 30 Fri 16 - 20

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I Do Hilfiger January 30 - 31 Fri 16 - 19 Sat 10 - 15 Tommy Hilfiger Store Østergade 26 Copenhagen K

Crazy Sales per Hour at Name it January 30 - 31 Fri 14 - 17 Sat 13 - 16 Name it Vimmelskaftet 42 Copenhagen K

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OPEN HOUSE at Fashion Design Academy January 29 Thu 15 - 19

Norr Season, Let's Fall in Love January 29 - 30 Thu 10 - 20 Fri 10 - 21


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Treats and Sweets at Pilgrim January 30 Fri 10 - 20 Pilgrim, Field's

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BOSS Spring 15 Collection January 30 - February 1 Fri 10 - 19 Sat 10 - 17 Sun 11 - 16 BOSS Store Copenhagen Østergade 15 Copenhagen K

Get Inspired by Mads Nørgaard and Wardrobe Expert Else Skjold January 30 Fri 17 - 20 (Talk 17 - 18.30)

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Fashion Blogger Award January 30 Fri 21 (buy tickets at copenhagenfashionfestival.com)

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Apair - Fashion Behind the Scenes January 31 Sat 13.30 - 17 Apair Ny Østergade 3 Copenhagen K

Wardrobe or One-Hour Consultation January 31 Sat 12 - 14 Magasin Personal Shopper Lounge, 2nd Floor Kongens Nytorv 13 Copenhagen K

Sustainable Shoes Event at the Vivobarefoot Concept Store January 31 Sat 13 - 16 Vivobarefoot Antonigade 3 Copenhagen K

TRESemmé Blow-Out Bar on Tour at Field’s January 31 Sat 12 - 18 Fields Arne Jacobsens Allé 12 Copenhagen S

Family Workshop about Fashion Sketches February 1 Sun 13 - 16 Designmuseum Danmark Bredgade 68 Copenhagen K


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Get Spoiled and Win Jewellery with Carré! January 28-31 Wed – Fri 10-18 Sat 10-16 8

Carré Læderstræde 18 Copenhagen K

Carré Jewellery in Læderstræde invites you inside for a preview of our new spring collection. We will spoil you with champagne and surprises during the entire Copenhagen Fashion Festival. Instagram from the store for the chance to win one of our beautiful anniversary rings. A winner is found every day. We look forward to seeing you!

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The Body Shop Østergade 33, Frederiksberggade 2, Magasin, Kgs. Nytorv 13 Copenhagen K

The Body Shop celebrates Copenhagen Fashion Festival with exciting experiences and great offers. From January 28 to February 1 you can get pampered by our most skilled makeup artists with a free makeover* in both stores at Strøget (Østergade 33 and Frederiksberggade 2) and our shop-in-shop at Magasin Kgs. Nytorv. On top of that you get a 3 for 2-offer on all makeup products (incl. brushes and Colour Crush nail polish) for the duration of Copenhagen Fashion Festival. We can’t wait to pamper you! *Min. 18 years old.

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Winter Sale at Beadhouse January 22 – February 28 Wed – Thu 12-17.30 Fri 12-18 Sat 11-15

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Beadhouse Vendersgade 9-11 Copenhagen K

Beadhouse offers 50% discount on selected items during Copenhagen Fashion Festival. Beadhouse is a cornucopia of a pearl Paradise, precious metals, gemstones and jewellery. Only your imagination sets the limit of your creativity. Here friendly people are always ready to help find what you seek. An authentic store where you are easily tempted to look around and explore.

Conditori La Glace & Lola Ramona January 28 - February 28 All days 8.30-18.15 11

Conditori La Glace Skoubogade 3 Copenhagen K

Since 2008 Conditori La Glace has collaborated with a local Danish designer or design group for every Copenhagen Fashion Festival season. This time around, La Glace has invited Lola Ramona to collaborate on delicious fashion pastries. Experience an exciting world of colourful designs and playful prints with the Lola Ramona shoes. You are invited to a festive dance of patterns, colours and ravishingly feminine details. These are shoes with an attitude for the person who wants a colourful and exuberant look. The shoes offer lots of contrasts with complimentary colours and cute details combined with a solid heel. Jump into a pair of Lola Ramona shoes and you are ready for a party. Lola Ramona’s showroom is open all days during the festival serving delicious macarons from La Glace. The fashion macarons can also be bought in La Glace throughout February for 15 DKK.


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Styling Session LIVE at Superlove January 29 Thu 17-20 13

Superlove Gothersgade 9 Copenhagen K

Re-Opening of Gudrun Sjöden January 29 Thu 18-21 14

Gudrun Sjöden Fiolstræde 5 Copenhagen K

Visit the Gudrun Sjöden store at Fiolstræde 5. We’re celebrating the re-opening of the store with music, snacks and an Asian-inspired catwalk.

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You are hereby invited to a styling session at Superlove, where you can experience a live session by style advisor and stylist Malene Blaabjerg. She will make you a confident woman with style. Drop by and be inspired to change your own appearance with easy styling techniques. An evening of fantastic deals, refreshments and delicious chocolate from Summerbird. Malene Blaabjerg’s styling session begins at 17.30. Sign up at the store or by writing to gg@superlove.dk.


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Colours of the Season January 29 Thu 16-18 15

Magasin, Ground floor Kongens Nytorv 13 Copenhagen K

VOLUPTÉ TINT-IN-OIL

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TURN ON YOUR LIPS WITH PLEASURE

Colourful trends and this season’s must have products can be found at Magasin’s colour stand. Our own personal shoppers at Magasin have carefully selected each item. Meet YSL’s professional makeup artists and try the new lip oil that has extreme durability, velvety texture, nourishing properties and natural colours – a true season “must –have”. You also have the chance to be one of 5 lucky winners of the new Tint-inoil lip oil and this season’s colour nail polish. Enjoy a cold drink and listen to cool tunes from DJ Frederik Schlütter.

OPEN HOUSE at Fashion Design Academy January 29 Thu 15-19 12

Fashion Design Academy Nørregade 7 C Copenhagen K

Do you dream of becoming a fashion designer? Come and experience the academy. Get information about how to apply for the educational programme or have a talk with the teachers and students about the programme and the study environment. You can also see what kind of projects we are currently working on. Our OPEN HOUSE is open to all. You can come whenever you like from 15 - 19. We exhibit student work from the last five months, show films from our fashion shows etc. Fashion Design Academy is a design academy, which offers a two-year fashion design education program. The programme is approved for the State Education Grants (SU). Find more information on www.fashiondesignakademiet.dk.


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Drop Dead Fashion Week Late Night Lounge January 30 Fri 19-22 16

We would like to invite you all to our Drop Dead Late Night Lounge. On this special night you will have the chance to view the new Pelle Pelle SS15 collection, which will not be sold until February or March.   Drop Dead Larsbjørnsstræde 16 There will be free beers and cocktails for all customers. We are also very happy to announce that there will Copenhagen K be a live performance from one of the best rappers in Denmark. Stay tuned or visit pellepelleeurope on Facebook or Instagram to find out who will play. We look forward to seeing you all for a night with nice clothes, cold drinks, good offers and super music.

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Norr Pilestræde 36 Copenhagen K

FASHION NIGHT OUT SHOPPING – open till 21! Stunning collections from Six Ames, Norr, Suit Female, Suit and St-Martins have landed in store. The first 20 buying customers after 18 in the evening will receive a goodie bag (worth 1000 DKK). There will be a lash technician applying gorgeous lashes on customers from 13 – 17. Booking in advance is required so stop by the shop beforehand or call: 33 11 04 05. We welcome our new neighbours Frankly market, who have moved in with us with their juice pharmacy of cold pressed juices, shots, goodies and lots of good advice on well being. Team Frankly serves small shots and lots of life joy between 14-15, 16-17 and 19-20. Win a well being gift card for the Frankly market and try your luck at the bowl with 10 gift cards worth 500 DKK, which can be used on our collections.

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Glitter, Discount & Drinks January 30 Fri 16-20

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Glitter Købmagergade 55 & Østergade 61 Copenhagen K

Friday, January 30 the Glitter stores on Købmagergade and Østergade are open for Fashion Night Out. From 16 – 20 we offer an extraordinary 25% discount at both stores, where there will also be served snacks and drinks for all visitors. So come enjoy an evening in true fashion festival spirit and shop our great offers.

Style a Unique Outfit and Win 5,000 DKK to Saint Tropez January 30 Fri 16-18 19

Saint Tropez Købmagergade 42 & Vimmelskaftet 43 Copenhagen K

Are you a true fashionista and are you excellent at styling different outfits? Get the chance to win a Saint Tropez gift card worth 5,000 DKK during Copenhagen Fashion Festival. All you have to do is come to our stores and try out your unique outfit, get a picture taken in the store by one of our bloggers and you will then automatically participate in our competition on Facebook. The winner will be the outfit with most likes on Facebook. We also offer 20% discount on your selected outfit.

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Find Your Perfect Pair of ALDO Shoes January 30 Fri 17-20 21

Shop the newest spring collection of fashion shoes and accessories. Get special discounts, giveaways and refreshments!

Aldo Nygade 4 Copenhagen K

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Companys Original Frederiksberggade 24  Copenhagen K

Companys Original celebrates Copenhagen Fashion Festival by inviting you and your friends to meet two of our designers. Design Manager Jette Romvig from InWear and the Brand Director from Gestuz. We can’t wait to show you the new spring collections from both brands. We will update you on the spring must-haves for you to be ready for the new fashion season. We will find the three best spring looks from each brand - and one of the looks could become yours. To participate in the competition take a picture of your favourite outfit and upload it to Instagram. Remember to use the hashtag #Companys_win and tag us @companys_original or fill out a competition note in the store. Participate in the competition during the festival from January 28 – February 1. With goodie bags for the first 50 buying customers, bubbles and snacks. See you there!

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Meet the Designers and Win an Outfit at Companys Original


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I Do Hilfiger January 30 Fri 16-19 Sat 10-15

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Tommy Hilfiger Store Østergade 26 Copenhagen K

Come by the Tommy Hilfiger Flagship store on Østergade 26 and be inspired by the new Spring 2015 collection, Heartland. It found its inspiration in Middle America where the great outdoors mixes with small town charm. We will serve fresh and healthy juices, raw bites and a big happy smile. The first 50 buying customers receive a goodie bag. See you there!

Crazy Sales per Hour at Name it January 30- 31 Fri 14-17 Sat 13-16 23

Name it Vimmelskaftet 42 Copenhagen K

Do you wanna miss out on some crazy sales? We don’t think so! Make a stop at Name it and you won’t regret it! We will have special sales on selected outfits each hours starting from 14 to 17 on Friday and from 13 to 16 on Saturday.


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Treats and Sweets at Pilgrim January 30 Fri 10-20 24

Fields Arne Jacobsens Alle 12 Copenhagen S Fisketorvet Kalve Brygge 59 Copenhagen V   Illum Østergade 52 Copenhagen K   Magasin Kgs. Nytorv 13 Copenhagen K   Strøget Frederiksberggade 5 Copenhagen K

Come explore the brand new spring 2015 fashion jewellery collection. If you find something you like, you will get a 25% discount! Enjoy sweet treats, refreshments and surprising offers in store. Come celebrate Copenhagen Fashion Festival with Pilgrim! Welcome!


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Designer Nathalie Rykiel at The Black Diamond - in conversation with Stephanie Surrugue

Love, Fashion and Tough Business

Talk January 31 Sat 16 28

The Black Diamond The Royal Library Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1 Copenhagen K

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As a French fashion designer Nathalie Rykiel, daughter of Sonia Rykiel, is known for mastering exquisite knits in beautiful colors and is especially known for her striped knit sweaters. In 1975 Nathalie became a model and later CEO for the fashion house Sonia Rykiel with all fusion lines: Sonia Rykiel, Sonia by Sonia Rykiel, Rykiel Enfant and Sonia Rykiel Maison, of which she created most of them. Since 1997 she has added perfumes and played with terms such as boldness, sensation and sexuality. This is an opportunity to get a rare look inside one of the most iconic, Parisian fashion houses. The event is in English.


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BOSS Spring 15 Collection January 30 – February 1 Fri 10-19 Sat 10-17 Sun 11-16

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BOSS Store Copenhagen Østergade 15 Copenhagen K

To celebrate Copenhagen Fashion Festival BOSS Store Østergade invites you to explore the new spring 15 collection designed by Jacon Wu. For purchases above DKK 2000 you will receive an exclusive gift.

Apair - Fashion Behind the Scenes January 31 Sat 13.30-17 30

Apair Ny Østergade 3 Copenhagen K

You are hereby invited to an exclusive “behind the scenes” happening! In cooperation with stylists from DENNIS KNUDSEN, we’ll give you the opportunity to experience the hectic atmosphere and the special intoxication that reigns backstage before big fashion shows. An experience normally reserved only for the people working with fashion but one we would like to share with you! Models will be styled and dressed in our store and as an attendee you’ll be able to witness everything up-close. Meanwhile, DJ FLIP will be in charge of the music and we’ll treat you with drinks and sweets. It’s free and open to all! We look forward to giving you an exclusive and different experience in our store at Ny Østergade. Prior to the event there’ll be a competition where one lucky participant can be styled with the models and get an extra goodie bag.


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“Wardrobe” or “One-Hour Consultation” January 31 Sat 12-14 31

Magasin Personal Shopper Lounge 2nd Floor Kongens Nytorv 13 Copenhagen K

All guests will have the chance to win make-up from Lancôme and fashion from Magasin.

Sustainable Shoes Event at the Vivobarefoot Concept Store January 31 Sat 13-16 32

Vivobarefoot Antonigade 3 Copenhagen K

Come experience how sustainability and shoemaking can go hand in hand at the concept store of the minimalist shoe brand Vivobarefoot. Taste organic bubbles and hours d’ouvres while you hear and see more about our green work with SOUL OF AFRICA, which is shoes made by and empowering African artisans. Also check out our VEGAN shoe models and learn about the concept of Natural Movement.

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Meet our personal shoppers from Magasin and learn more about the difference between the “Wardrobe” and “One-Hour consultation”. Professional makeup-artists from Lancôme will be ready to put you in their chair, making sure you go home with this season’s make-up look.


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Fur – An Issue of Life and Death Temporary exhibition Free admission natmus.dk


Christiane Schaumburg Müller O’Conner Editor-In-Chief at ChriChri, actress, TV host How would you describe the life of Christiane Schaumburg-Müller O’Connor? Work, work, work. My life’s work is my job. My passion is my job. I myself choose to work 60-65 hours per week because my job is what drives me. I meet a lot of people and I am very social because of my job. You are active on various social media platforms and have a lot of followers. Besides you, who should everyone be following right now? @thecoveteur @kaftanusman @chrichridk @jamieoliver @royfares @giambattistapr What motivates you in life? Creating something. To take the future in my own hands – that motivates me!

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What makes Copenhagen special in your opinion? What does it have to offer? You cannot get food anywhere after 10 pm and neon lights do not light up the streets. We are a village in a metropolis, which I find very charming. Copenhagen is a city that keeps developing. Personally, I love Copenhagen and I could never move away permanently. Copenhagen is manageable - it is a city open to all. What would be a perfect day for you in Copenhagen? The perfect day would be to meet at work early in the morning before the city awakes. Get to the bottom of my ”to do” list and afterwards have a good creative meeting where I can tell my manager about all my crazy ideas. This meeting might be held at Bistro Boheme. Afterwards I would check my emails and answer most of them so they are dealt with. Then I would go take a dip in the winter bathing club and afterwards sit in a sauna. The evening would end with a drink at Nimb or Balthazar and then a dinner accompanied by my husband. Any new projects coming up? ChriChri.dk takes the most of my time but I have a lot of new ground breaking projects coming up!


@ January 28 - February 1 Opens at 10 H.C. Andersens Boulevard 27 Copenhagen V This season we are very proud to present brand new festival events. Join us at Design Society at H.C. Andersens Boulevard. The festival has taken over the entire ground floor and created a festival centre complete with Fashion Cinema Nights with DRK, Fashion Talks with prominent profiles from the Danish fashion industry, fashion short films, two international design exhibitions, cafĂŠ, lounge, goodie bags and fashion drinks.


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11.00 Fashion Blogging & 14.00 How to Get a Job in the Fashion World

Copenhagen Fashion Festival gives you the chance to go behind the scenes of the Danish fashion industry and hear first-hand from top names in the industry about their experiences in navigating the fashion and business worlds. We have invited a selection of top fashion people and bloggers and gathered them for exciting debates at the Fashion Talk stage at Design Society Saturday 31. We look foward to seeing you!

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Do you want to meet some of the top fashion bloggers in Denmark and hear them talk about their blogs and blogging in general? Or get a sneak peek of how life is behind the scenes of fashion magazines and PR agencies to discover how to get a job in fashion? Then join us for a day of interesting debates that take you through stories about experiences, careers and the road to success.


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This season Copenhagen Fashion Festival is proud to invite you to Fashion Cinema at Design Society. In collaboration with DR K we have chosen two exceptional fashion movies in the spirit of fashion week. Join us Wednesday 28 and Thursday 29 when we transform Design Society into a Fashion Cinema with DR K.

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January 28 Wed 18.30 The festival is opened with the documentary In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye, which takes you behind the scenes of the world’s most famous fashion magazine. Join us for a fantastic movie night with refreshments and goodie bags. In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye, coinciding with the 120th anniversary of Vogue, takes a look at some of the world’s most influential fashion images as conceived by the magazine’s iconic fashion editors. “The people who are responsible for the fashion images are the fashion editors,” says Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of Vogue. “They have always been our secret weapon, so it seemed to me that we could celebrate Vogue, and also, at the same time, celebrate these great editors.” Drawing on Vogue’s exceptional

archives, the film features behind-thescenes interviews with editors who have contributed to the magazine’s legacy, including current editor-in-chief Anna Wintour; fashion editors such as Grace Coddington, Tonne Goodman, Polly Allen Mellen, Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele, Camilla Nickerson, Phyllis Posnick and Babs Simpson; celebrated Vogue subjects Nicole Kidman and Sarah Jessica Parker; industry icons such as Hamish Bowles; and fashion designers Alber Elbaz, Nicolas Ghesquière, Marc Jacobs and Vera Wang (herself a former Vogue fashion editor), all of whom share their experiences collaborating with top photographers and image-makers of the day. In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye is produced and directed by Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato.


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January 29 Thu 19 French documentary from 2014 unique insight into one of the fashion world’s most idolized women’s personal and professional life surrounded by the fashion elite’s biggest and most original stars. This includes everything from her moving to New York and becoming a grand mother to her starting her new fashion empire. In the meantime she stays connected with her closest friends, who include Karl Lagerfeld, Mario Testino, Tom Ford, Alexander Wang, Donatella Versace and Diane Von Furstenberg. If you liked The September Issue with Anna Wintour, you will love Mademoiselle C with Carine Roitfeld!

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Carine Roitfeld revolutionized French Vogue during her 10 years as editorin-chief. It was a decade where naked women, cigarettes and steamy sexy photographs found their way onto the exclusive magazine pages. These photos provoked and inspired fashion interested people and style creators around the world. Therefore, it sent chock waves through the fashion industry when she in January 2011 announced that she was leaving her position. Rumors about her new job swirled and not until the end of the year did she confirm that she was launching her own magazine, CR Fashion Book. Mademoiselle C gives a


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Copenhagen Fashion Film Festival runs from January 31 – February 15, 2015 with showings at the Cinematheque and at selected sites in Copenhagen. Prior to the film festival they will set up in Design Society and celebrate Copenhagen Fashion Festival with a pop-up cinema that shows brand new fashion short films. View the full program on copenhagenfashionfilm.dk and copenhagenfashionfestival.com

Bearing this year’s theme, ‘The Importance Of Being A Heroine’, in mind Copenhagen Fashion Film has combined a strong programme with brand new fashion films. The programme offers films selected based on two overall themes; films with a clear narrative structure and films with an overall artistic expression.

Fashion is the focus of the films’ stories, which builds a universe around a designer, a brand or both. Fashion as a visual narrative is the object of the story. However, elements such as atmosphere, feelings, a piece of clothing or understanding a designer are also in focus.

Films shown during the pop-up cinema include films by Adam Jordowsky, Fred Lebain, Nikoline Liv Andersen, Kenji Hirano, Eclectic Magazine and many more. Furthermore, there will be an exclusive world premiere of the film “CPNHGN FSHN WK” by director Thomas Yong on the last day of Copenhagen Fashion Festival.

Copenhagen Fashion Film highlights the obvious connection between fashion and film and shows that the two have developed together through time. The festival shows everything from silent films, iconic underground films to completely new fashion films. These films span from PR to art or pure entertainment.


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The EcoChic Design Award 2014/15 Exhibition January 28 - February 1 Wed-Sun 10-18 Fresh off the runway from January’s Hong Kong Fashion Week (Asia’s largest fashion event), sustainable fashion NGO Redress presents their exhibition featuring an impressive selection of sustainable fashion garments created by Asia’s and Europe’s emerging fashion design talent. This cutting edge exhibition features 10 striking sustainable garments created by the finalist designers who recently competed in the sustainable fashion design competition, The EcoChic Design Award 2014/15. This much-celebrated competition is tearing through studios, sketchbooks and countries as it injects a passion for sustainable design into emerging designers’ DNA. It is sponsored by Create Hong Kong of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and Copenhagen Fashion Festival is the exhibition’s first stop on its European tour. The 10 designers, representing Hong Kong, Mainland China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, UK, France, Sweden and Denmark, have each contributed with one sustainable garment for the exhibition. These garments have been made using the sustainable design techniques of zero-waste, up-cycling and reconstruction in their effort to cut

waste out of fashion. The designers have previously out-designed hundreds of other hopefuls in Redress’ biggest haul of applicants since The EcoChic Design Award launched in Hong Kong in 2011. This exhibition provides a compelling and courageous snapshot into the future of fashion. To learn more about the positive power of fashion, check out the ten emerging designers’ sustainable creations. For more inspiration about cutting waste out of fashion visit: ecochicdesignaward.com redress.com.hk


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NICE and Copenhagen Fashion Festival put focus on shopping habits and men’s fashion with an exhibition, a Friday bar and a fashion talk. Explore the new trends and learn how to get a wardrobe with great designs that have exciting and inspiring stories behind them.

New Nordic Fashion – The Good Guys Exhibition

Nordic fashion shares a unique design heritage and a strong tradition of craftsmanship. This exhibition shows how men’s fashion is cool and modern. Masculinity and traditional design values are on display in the exhibition, which tells the story of male identity and how timeless styles can be worn over and over. On display is for example the Danish Foreign Minister Martin Lidegaard’s white tie outfit by David Andersen, which is made from organic materials and with zero waste principles. There is a sense of experimentation in menswear at the moment. Young designers are embracing traditional roots, new textures and materials. Conceptual takes on Nordic garments such as Barbara í Gongini, Boas Kristjanson and JÖR by Guðmunder Jörundsson, are all displayed at the exhibition. Furthermore, the exhibition gathers leading Nordic designers like Mads Nørgaard, Amoire d’homme, Nudie Jeans, Filippa K, H&M, and Sort Slips Hvidt Slips who either focus on local production, tailored fits, old school cuts or craftsmanship. You can buy clothes from these brands on the high street. The exhibition is a chance to discover the uniqueness of fashion in a male universe.

Get Inspired by Mads Nørgaard and Wardrobe Expert Else Skjold January 30 Fri 17-18.30 What are the trends in men’s fashion? What determines men’s choice of clothes? And is men’s fashion consumption more sustainable than women’s? These are some of the questions that Friday night’s talk at Design Society will shed light on. Grab a beer and listen to a discussion about men’s fashion with designer Mads Nørgaard and wardrobe expert Else Skjold. The talk is in Danish.

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TRESemmé invites you into their amazing hair styling universe on Nytorv where the professional hair stylists are ready to work their magic on your hairdo, so you can look fabulous for the festival. Grab your girlfriends and come by the stylish TRESemmé Blow-Out Bar for hot drinks and cool styles - get your hair done while watching the latest shows from the Copenhagen Fashion Week catwalk on big TV screens. And it’s all for free!


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on Tour at Field’s A complete hair styling universe moves into Field’s - the largest shopping centre in Scandinavia - when the professional TRESemmé hair stylists take the Blow-Out Bar on tour, for one day only. The professional hair stylists are ready to work their magic on your hairdo, so you can look fabulous for the festival. Grab your girlfriends and head out to Field’s for a pampering style treatment where you can also watch the latest shows from the Copenhagen Fashion Week catwalk on TV screens… all for free! We look forward to seeing you all glammed up!

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Sustainability is about more than what product you buy. You can invest in the most sustainable t-shirt but if you only use it once it might be better to choose a less sustainable style that you wear until it's worn out. By following these few simple rules you can help make the fashion industry more sustainable, while also getting a more stylish wardrobe filled with interesting stories and good design. This is ultimately what creates a nice wardrobe. Buy Good Design Sustainability is to a high degree about using our clothes for a longer period of time. British research shows that, in recent years, we have only used 1/3 of our clothes, which means that most of the clothes we buy goes unused. Therefore, it could in the long run pay off to invest in good design and something that you can see yourself wearing for a long time. So go buy your dream dress and stop impulse shopping! Care for Your Clothes A big part of the environmental and climate impact lies in the consumption phase, which is when you wash, iron and send your clothes to the dry cleaner. The way we care for our clothes not only

damages the environment but also the clothes. Most of our clothes are better off getting washed at 30 rather than 40 degrees. It is best if wool is aired and not washed, a dress is worn out if dry cleaned and shirts are much easier to iron if hung in the bathroom while showering. Take these things into consideration when washing and your designer clothes will last longer! Swap for Something New The fact that we do not use all our clothes is not that it is worn out but rather that for example the fit or colour is not quite right. However, these specific items might fit a friend, or a stranger, perfectly and they might just have something that fits you perfectly. Swap clothes with friends, explore second hand shops or go to one of the platforms online. In this way you will not only save money compared to buying new clothes but you will also spare the environment by producing less new clothes. Be sure to also check out The Green Walk – our guide to where it is best to shop sustainable fashion, which gives you an overview of the best shops carrying sustainable fashion products.

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Sustainable clothing does not have to be boring and it is a lot easier to get a green wardrobe today compared to in the 90’s.


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Kirsten Brosbøl Minister of the Environment What is the branding value of “green” fashion for Denmark? The fashion industry is important for Danish export and employment. With its considerable environmental impacts, it’s important to me that the industry focuses on sustainability. I’d like to see the Danish fashion industry have a strong reputation for social responsibility and I believe that sustainability is an important element for maintaining a strong competitive position globally. Therefore, I’m very pleased that the industry cares about sustainability and has designers who integrate it into their designs. It’s crucial that we, as politicians, support the many stakeholders in the industry who want to be sustainable. We’ve launched several projects that will make the industry more sustainable, which include projects on phasing out harmful chemicals, developing eco-technology solutions as well as reusing and recycling clothing. Washing and tumble-drying account for 36% of CO2 emissions from the fashion industry; what are some tips you have for reducing that climate impact? You can save energy by stop washing your clothes at higher temperatures than necessary. Today, you can buy eco-labeled detergents developed to clean your clothes at lower temperatures. I make sure to fill up my machine and dry most of my clothes outside. I believe that small changes make a difference. What shopping destinations would you recommend for sustainable design? There are shops that function as clothing libraries and rent out clothes, which benefits the environment as the clothes get a longer life span. Personally, I borrow clothes from the Chare clothing library. The industry has also developed its own “Green Walk” guidelines that help shoppers locate where to buy fashion, which has incorporated environmental considerations into its production. Do you have any tips for building a sustainable wardrobe? Think about what you buy and go through your wardrobe once in a while. Buy high-quality designer clothes that will last for many years. I often buy second-hand clothes and always go for good materials and high quality.


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Melissa Bech Fashion Editor at Cover You’re on a fast track, being only 26 and already in a position as Fashion Director, have you always been passionate about fashion? Yes. Growing up in Detroit, Michigan and attending a private school, where we had to wear a uniform – I remember trying to make small changes, such as customizing the shirt with pins, adjusting the length of the skirt, and tearing the rim of the top, in order to personalize it. It was really the beginning of my own path into personal style. What is your favourite part of being Fashion Director at COVER? The best part of the job is definitely the creative process. I learn so much from working with talented people in the business, which is truly inspiring. What is the hardest part about your job? I always have my eyes and ears open so the line between work and time-off is blurred. Personally, I wouldn’t want it any other way – it’s a big part of who I am.   Do you have any tips for someone who wants to break into the industry? I would say that you have to be willing to put in all the legwork. Few people know exactly what they want to do when they start out. My experience is that the best way of finding out is trying various internships to figure out what part of the industry suits you and then work towards that. Where do you like to shop, eat and go out in Copenhagen? I work in Copenhagen K (the centre of the city), where I probably do most of my shopping. Stores like: Holly Golightly, Wood Wood, Lot#29, Lubarol, Storm and Gubi are definitely worth checking out. There are a lot of good places to eat in Copenhagen – some of my favourites are: Osteria 16, Pluto, Condesa, Oysters & Grill and Fiskebaren. I live in Nørrebro and for drinks nearby I like to go to Vinhanen and Harbo Bar.


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The event is a culmination of previous years’ collaboration with leading international design schools and manufacturers. At the moment, Kopenhagen Fur has collaboration agreements with: Royal College of Art (England), Atelier Chardon Savard (France), Tsinghua University (China), Seoul National University (South Korea), Mode Gakuen Tokyo (Japan), Design School Kolding (Denmark) and VIA Teko Design & Business (Denmark). All students that attend the schools’ fur courses have been encouraged to apply for a place at Imagine Talents at Copenhagen Fashion Week. The three most talented designers from each school have been chosen by

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Kopenhagen Fur to have their personal fur style manufactured and shown at our Imagine Talents event on January 27. Right after the show, the 21 styles will be displayed at the entrance hall of The National Museum of Denmark from January 28 to February 1 right next to the museum’s extensive special fur exhibition. We look forward to showing you the innovative fur design of tomorrow!

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As the world’s largest auction house and the strongest brand in the business, Kopenhagen Fur is proud to present Imagine Talents 2015. 21 students have been carefully selected from around the world to show off their innovative take on future fur design.


Anne-Louise Sommer Museum Director at Designmuseum Danmark Can you tell us a bit about your current exhibition at Designmuseum Danmark? Visitors will be met by a wide selection of garments, fashion, textiles, embroidery, shoes and accessories from the last 400 years. This includes both national and international objects, all from our very own unique collection. It is a spectacular display of beautiful materials, exciting techniques and wonderful colours - a journey through time and space, from weekdays to parties. A cross section of the lived life of the past 400 years, viewed through the lens of fashion. What is the vision behind the exhibition and how do you intend to integrate it into the other activities at the museum? We want to increase the understanding of fashion and textile design as being an important part of Danish design. The way we dress reflects our time and as the saying goes “clothes make a man”. Therefore, you can learn about time, society and culture broadly, if you understand why we dress as we do, which is relevant both from a historical and contemporary perspective. Today, fashion is Denmark’s fourth largest export sector and Denmark is strikingly manifesting itself on the international fashion scene. With the exhibition we wish to create insight into this field – both for the public and the industry itself. How are Danish fashion and Danish furniture related, in your opinion? I think I will put it this way: Both are marked by great, simple quality with a democratic touch. And it is often objects that are unpretentious in a liberating way. Moreover, you could say that the products are designed from the user’s point of view. Focus is on the person who will use the chair or wear the clothes. What piece of Danish design is a personal favourite of yours? This is an impossible question to answer. Imagine naming one favourite when you love design as much as I do! I could mention everything from Kaj Bojesen’s wonderful sea parrot to the classic PH lamp or from the Margrethe bowl to Grete Jalk’s innovative shell chair from the 1950s. However, when talking about fashion and textile it almost has to be Nørgaard paa Strøget’s t-shirt 101 from 1967. It comes in various colour combinations and has become a modern classic worn by trendy women of all ages at every kind of occasion. It is fashionable, simple, good quality and dependable in any regard.


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Fashion at the Museum In December 2014 Designmuseum Danmark opened a new and permanent fashion and textile exhibition called Fashion & Fabric. In connection with Copenhagen Fashion Festival you have the opportunity to get a guided tour through the beautiful creations with the curator behind the exhibition – and join the workshop where you yourself can work with design and fashion sketches.

Exclusive Fashion & Fabric Guided Tours January 29 & 31 Thu & Sat 16-17 In connection with Copenhagen Fashion Festival you have the opportunity to get a guided tour with the curator behind the museum’s new, permanent textile exhibition. Hear funny anecdotes about the exhibition’s most extravagant dresses and textiles and get insight into fashion’s development through time – everything from rococo dresses from the 1700-century to contemporary Haute Couture. Meeting place is at the museum’s foyer and the price is 100 DKK per person (students 50 DKK if a valid student card is shown)


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Family Workshop about Fashion Sketches How do fashion designers work with sketches and design processes? At this workshop you can experiment with creating your own fashion illustrations on paper. You will also get the chance to look closer into how fashion designers work during the design process and with sketching. First we will find inspiration in the exhibition Fashion & Fabric and then we will go to the design workshop facility where you can sample different eras and fashion pictures and thereby create a whole new expression. What happens when you e.g. take elements

from a 17th century dress and mix it with something contemporary? Your imagination is your only limitation. Different materials are accessible at the workshop e.g. textiles, feathers, denim, pearls, buttons, textile markers, clippings and much more. Meeting place is at the design workshop facility at Designmuseum Danmark and the price is 20 DKK per person incl. materials (normally 100 DKK). Registration via designmuseum.dk

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Mads Axelsen Radio Presenter, DJ, Blogger Congratulations on being ”The best dressed man in Denmark” according to Euroman! Why do you think they chose you? I was really surprised when I found out that I was number 1. I’m sure that the way I dress isn’t for everyone, but I don’t care, and I just look as I’d like to look - I think that is one of the reasons why Euroman noticed me. I’m not afraid to push boundaries. Do you think that Danes dress well or would you change anything? I definitely think that Danes dress well, yes. We have a certain kind of coolness to our everydaywear, which I think most nationalities envy. Danes rarely try too hard and we make an effort to look effortless. And I really like that! What is the most important item in every Photo: Rasmus Weng Karlsen man’s wardrobe? I think every man should have a great suit in his closet. This is where it’s really important not to be stingy with your money - buy a great, lightweight wool suit that fits your body perfectly and take your time and go to the tailor to have adjustments made if it’s not quite right. How do you stand out from the crowd? I've spent a lot of time (and years!) trying to define my own style and taste, just to realize that the only expectations I had to fulfil were my own. This has given me a great sense of independence in the way that I dress. I go with my gut and I'm not afraid to take chances. Who could Danes take style cues from? Personally, I've always been fascinated with the Parisian look. It's so simple and timeless and it’s so obvious that quality is more important than quantity for most fashion people in Paris. What’s your favourite drink and ultimate party music? Anything that contains champagne really. At the moment I really like a Mimosas.


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Behind the Cover Shoot

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Go behind the scenes of this season’s Copenhagen Fashion Festival cover photo shoot. Beautiful Veneda Budny from 2pm Model Management shines on the programme cover, which was shot by fashion photographer Sascha Oda. TRESemmé hairstylist Lasse Pedersen gave Veneda a perfectly undone look, stylist Maiken Winther chose an understated but stylish look and makeup artist Trine Skjøth worked her make-up magic on Veneda.

Veneda Budny, Model at 2pm Model Management How do you prepare for a photo shoot? I make sure to get enough sleep and to relax. Often, before I go to the shoot, I like to go for a short run. Especially when I travel a lot and am jet-lagged since I have a tendency to then wake up early. What’s your favourite outfit? I think that would be a pair of jeans and a white t-shirt. Very, very simple but I feel comfortable in it and it looks good on me.

It’s important to me that I feel comfortable in my clothes. What do you Instagram the most at the moment? That would be a mix of photos of myself and my travels. I go to new places all the time and take photos of things I see or a moment that I catch. I like taking photos and I like sharing what I see with my followers.


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Lasse Pedersen, Hair Stylist Tell us about Veneda’s look We went for something very natural, good-looking. You could actually call it the same as the name for the new TRESemmé line: perfectly undone. It’s something that really is done but doesn’t look ’done’ – if you could put it like that. It’s a great new product.

Which hair trends should you follow this winter? I hope more girls would dare have more of their hair cut off. Not a boyish cut but just losing some of the length. Personally, I think this could become a trend. Especially in Copenhagen, which is not the biggest city around, people have a tendency to be afraid of standing out. I hope more girls will have the courage to lose some length.

What’s your best hair styling tip? I think my best tip would be that you should take good care of your hair. You should have a proper shampoo, a good conditioner and a proper hair repair. If you have those things, then you are treating your hair the right way. Short or long? I love long hair and I love working with long hair because there are more options for me as a hair stylist in the long rather than the short. But at the moment I feel like it’s a part of the zeitgeist with these mid-length styles: bobs, a mid-length layered style. Not necessarily a super short boy cut, that’s not what I’m talking about, but a mid-length. I think that’s awesome, at the moment. What’s your favourite hair product? I say this every time but my favourite product is Instant Refresh Dry Shampoo by TRESemmé. There is no better dry shampoo on the market than this one. It’s as simple as that.

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Which products did you use when styling? I sprayed this ’Perfectly Undone Seasalt Spray’ in the hair before blow-drying it. Then I blow-dried it loosely with my hands and then I used a straightening iron on the hair to create a bit of movement. To make it look not too curly or too ’done’ but just to create an organic, luscious look. After that I used the TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Oil, to make sure the tips of the hair came together. It’s important for Veneda’s style that the hair does not come off as stiff. That’s why you could call it ’perfectly undone’.


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& We’re excited to let you know that Copenhagen Fashion Festival has once again teamed up with DRK to bring you all the latest news from the Copenhagen Fashion Week catwalk along with fashion quizzes, international documentaries with designers and some of the most fashionable movies.

Wednesday January 28 20.00 Modequizzen (DA) DRKs populære Kunstquiz forvandler sig i anledning af modeugen til en Modequiz, hvor DRs kulturvært Adrian Hughes har inviteret 6 af modeverdens skarpeste klinger til at dyste på paratviden om mode. 20.40 Parisienne French documentary from 2014. The hunt for a Parisienne fantasy and a Parisienne stereotype, namely Paris, which includes the famous and envied ‘Parisienne’. We follow some of the women who have embodied this dream and taken over Paris in hope of freedom, love or career. 21:30 Modeugen NU! (DA) Hvad foregår der backstage under Modeugen i København? DRKs Chris Pedersen tager et kig bag kulisserne og får en stemningsrapport fra nogle af de designere, stylister og modeller, der står bag den aktuelle modeuge. 21:40 Vanity Fair British-American drama from 2004. 00:00 Copenhagen Fashion Week Catwalk from Copenhagen Fashion Week.

Thursday January 29 20:00 The Man Who Shot Beautiful Women British documentary from 2013. A rare portrait of Erwin Blumenfeld, an icon amongst the world’s fashion photographers.

21:30 Modeugen NU! (DA) Hvad foregår der backstage under Modeugen i København? DRKs Chris Pedersen tager et kig bag kulisserne og får en stemningsrapport fra nogle af de designere, stylister og modeller, der står bag den aktuelle Copenhagen Fashion Week. 21:40 Coco avant Chanel French drama from 2009. 23:30 The Nose Dutch documentary from 2014. The Italian perfume designer Alessandro Gualtieri calls himself 'The Nose'. When big brands began rejecting his increasingly radical approach to perfumes, he launched his own perfume line in 2007, Nasomatto, which means crazy nose. 00:20 Copenhagen Fashion Week Catwalk from Copenhagen Fashion Week. 01:20 Copenhagen Fashion Week Catwalk from Copenhagen Fashion Week.

Friday January 30 20.00 Mademoiselle C Carine Roitfeld revolutionized French Vogue during her 10 years as editorin-chief. ‘Mademoiselle C’ gives unique insight into one of the fashion world’s most idolized women’s personal and professional life surrounded by the fashion elite’s biggest and most original stars. If you liked 'The September Issue' with Anna Wintour, you will love 'Mademoiselle C' with Carine Roitfeld!


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21:40 Looking for Kate French documentary from 2014. Everybody knows the name and the looks: Despite of being only 5’6 and 40 years old (born January 16, 1974) she’s still one of the world most famous top models. Kate Moss is a model icon and inspiration to many of the world’s top designers. Her career has been just as turbulent as it has been long, but who is she really? Get up close and personal with Kate Moss! 22:30 Fashion in the 1990's French documentary from 2014. A reunion with a, fashion wise, extremely interesting, fascinating, crazy and thought-provoking decade. It questioned everything about fashion and alternated between poverty inspired, sensational, intellectual and almost non-existing before it later in the decade returned triumphant and sexy! 23:30 The Balmain Style French documentary from 2014. In 2011 a mysterious atmosphere ruled after the end of the fashion house Balmain’s grand show. Nobody knew who would walk out to receive the applause as the house’s new chief designer. Olivier Rousteing is a worthy heir but also subject to a massive amount of pressure since he must lead the legendary Balmain, which was founded by Pierre Balmain in 1945.

00:15 Jean-Paul Gaultier French documentary from 2012. 30 years after his first fashion show, fashion’s 'enfant terrible' is as enthusiastic as ever. He knows how to get people to laugh but also gets serious and sad when he thinks about his boyfriend who died of aids in the 1980’s. Already as a kid Gaultier always drew and he created his first collection when he was 8 years old – a line of clothes for teddy bears! 01:05 Copenhagen Fashion Week Catwalk from Copenhagen Fashion Week. 02:05 Copenhagen Fashion Week Catwalk from Copenhagen Fashion Week.

Saturday January 31 20.00 Christian Louboutin: Top of the Heels French fashion programme from 2014. From Paris to Milan, London and New York we follow the world-renowned shoe designer Christian Louboutin (born 1963) during shoe production, preparations for a show, the opening of an exhibition and a book release. On board of his Egyptian ship he tells about himself and his thoughts behind his noteworthy shoe design. 21:00 Breakfast at Tiffany's American romantic comedy from 1961. Diamonds are a girl’s best friend. Follow Holly Golightly in this iconic fashion film. 01.15 Copenhagen Fashion Week Catwalk from Copenhagen Fashion Week.

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21:30 Modeugen NU! (DA) Hvad foregår der backstage under Modeugen i København? DRKs Chris Pedersen tager et kig bag kulisserne og får en stemningsrapport fra nogle af de designere, stylister og modeller, der står bag den aktuelle modeuge.


Copenhagen Fashion Festival Programme  

The official programme for Copenhagen Fashion Festival January 28 - February 1 2015

Copenhagen Fashion Festival Programme  

The official programme for Copenhagen Fashion Festival January 28 - February 1 2015

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