posted 2021 Sep by Ashley Callahan
If you missed Copenhagen Fashion Week this year, no worries! The Danish runway show ran from August tenth to the thirteenth and consisted of top designers showcasing their collections for spring and summer 2022. Out of all the trends, six main ones caught our eye. Here are our top picks from Copenhagen Fashion Week and comparison styles for replicating each look!
Mark Kenly Domino Tan
This designer showcased a collection with a more tailored silhouette. Within the framework of the minimalist trend, Mark Kenly Domino Tan introduced a line of comfortable workwear for both men and women. This style is so innovative in both appearance and function!
Mark Kenly Domino Tan, spring 2022 ready-to-wear Photo: James Cochrane / Courtesy of Copenhagen Fashion Week
Holzweiler is loving colorful knits in fun designs. In a day where workleisure is dominating the work from home space, this line emphasizes slow living in comfort. We’re all for a cozy baby blue knit dress!
Photo: COPENHAGEN FASHION WEEK
Baum und Pferdgarten
Orange you glad it’s fall? We sure are! Baum und Pferdgarten showcased a shiny crepe dress in a rich orange shade. Inspired by the work of architecture and designer, Alvar Aalto, the look is most reflective of the famous swimming pools by Aalto. Check out our version of a sweet ruffled orange dress!
Photo: BAUM UND PFERDGARTEN
Brogger is following the gorgeous trend of black and white stripes flawlessly. Whether it’s horizontal or vertical, there are an unlimited number of ways to wear this design!
Brøgger, spring 2022 ready-to-wear Photo: James Cochrane / Courtesy of Brøgger
Ruched Clothing for Staying at Home
Ganni’s seasonal collection emphasizes comfort and fun! Scrunchie knit crop tops are perfect for going out or staying in. We’re seeing a pattern with all the knitwear this year!
Photo: Simon Birk
Feminine and Structured
Another design from Brogger, the structured look is a balance between masculine and feminine. This goes to show that tailored silhouettes come in quite the variety!
Photo Credit: COPENHAGEN FASHION WEEK