February 7, 2021

Copenhagen

3 Scandi Trends Took Command After Copenhagen Fashion Week

Copenhagen Fashion Week has both the privilege and daunting task of being first on the calendar every fashion month, with New York, London, Milan, and Paris following closely behind. For F/W 21, all eyes were on the Danish capital to see what a fully-digital fashion week would look like during COVID-19.

While editors like myself get a huge kick out of traveling to Copenhagen and seeing the clothes up close and personal, most fans of Scandi brands are already used to seeing the clothes through Instagram, so they were no doubt enthusiastic about a fresh crop of ingenious-yet-wearable designs from

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Zalando Reveals The Finalists For Its Sustainability Award At Copenhagen Fashion Week

While global fashion weeks may look a little different this year, as designers pivot to digital presentations and the once exclusive front row is replaced by livestreams, one topic remains firmly at the top of the agenda: sustainability. Nowhere is this more apparent than at Copenhagen Fashion Week, which has partnered with Zalando to introduce a new Sustainability Award that will spotlight the brands leading the charge in both style and sustainability.

As part of Zalando’s commitment to fostering a responsible fashion industry, the award will launch this month at Copenhagen Fashion Week with the aim to: “Encourage fashion brands

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21 Standout Looks from Copenhagen Fashion Week Fall 2021

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Copenhagen Fashion Week drifted by like a chic, mostly minimal dream sequence—such is the experience of taking in collections virtually on YouTube, Instagram, and Zoom, and via look books. But we’ll have some very tangible looks to remember it all by come fall 2021. From Ditte Reffstrup of Ganni’s cool-girl throwback MTV inspiration and Mark Kenly Domino Tan’s refined tailoring to Stand’s bold vegan coats, Stine Goya’s silken pastels, and the standout—and sleek yet cozy—debut collection of Maja Dixdotter, the new head of design at By Marlene Birger, creativity is alive and well in Denmark. Long known for an

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