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Where are all the cool girls? At Copenhagen Fashion Week

Copenhagen Fashion Week is a rare moment in the year when fashion fatigue is a distant memory, and you really can immerse yourself in the energy and excitement of what is to come. A true celebration of the joy we can all get from what we wear, our individualism and the innate love so many of us have for dressing up. But it goes deeper than that – conversations about the planet are front and centre at every show. Brands are conscious of their impact, and are already taking huge strides to ensure they do the right thing going forward – reducing waste and improving the circular fashion model with up-cycling and recycling incorporated into collections wherever possible.

“Melissa Matzau glowing backstage at Ganni.”

“Mix-and-match style outside the shows.”

“Anna Haestrub looking like a french dream backstage at Ganni.”

“Camilla Kjeldgaard at the REMAIN Birger Christensen presentation.”

“Gestuz art-inspired presentation at Galleri Christoffer Egelund.”

“Aliet Sarah backstage at Ganni, right before she opened their show.”

“Clever accessorising by a show-goer at the Mykke Hofmann show.”

“Signature party dresses stalk down the runway at Rotate’s show.”

“Blanca Miró Scrimieri a dream in Stand and Boyy.”

“Mara Kasanpawiro and Nanna Nyhus backstage at Ganni where crocheted berets, ruffles and supersized collars reigned supreme.”

“Backstage at Baum und Pferdgarten.”

“Stine Goya’s show at Copenhagen Contemporary was accompanied by a beautiful musical performance by artists from Escho records.”

“Up-cycled fashion label Rave Review held one of the most talked about shows of the week, with everything made from blankets, quilts and other repurposed pieces.”

“A very well decorated dinner with Sea NY at cult Copenhagen boutique Holly Golightly.”

“Gestuz art inspired presentation at Galleri Christoffer Egelund.”

“Anuthida Ploypetch before the Stand show.”

“Jack Ekman in a preppy combo of checks and fair isle knitwear backstage at Baum und Pferdgarten.”

“Gestuz art-inspired presentation at Galleri Christoffer Egelund.”