A FULLY DIGITAL CPHFW opens this year’s fashion season with ingenious shows, and a true step forward towards real sustainability.

A FULLY DIGITAL CPHFW Copenhagen opens this year’s fashion season with ingenious shows, capturing venues, wearable designs and a true step forward towards real sustainability.

A FULLY DIGITAL CPHFW opens this year’s fashion season with ingenious shows, and a true step forward towards real sustainability.

Rabens Saloner F/2 2021 Copenhaguen Fashion Week

BLASS was kindly (digitally) invited to some of the most creative presentations during the February edition of biannual Copenhagen Fashion Week. The leading Nordic fashion week strives ‘ towards making substantial changes to the way the event is executed, and works to inspire and encourage the industry to take steps towards becoming more sustainable’, in the words of its organizers. 

We couldn’t help to briefly curate our favorites looks and creative concepts behind the shows. One of the brands that truly aligns with the sustainable philosophy of the event is the ever enchanting and mystique Anne Vest.

Their leit motiv: modern simplicity and minimal environmental impact. This time the brand shows their focus on perfecting outwear pieces, with natural materials and completely plastic free. The theme of the Autumn Winter collection is ‘deconstruction’ of the classic shapes.

Anne Vest Fall/Winter 2021 at CPHFW

A FULLY DIGITAL CPHFW opens this year’s fashion season with ingenious shows, and a true step forward towards real sustainability.

A FULLY DIGITAL CPHFW opens this year’s fashion season with ingenious shows, and a true step forward towards real sustainability.

Anne Vest digital fashion show at CPHFW

They work everyday to produce statement pieces which elevate outfits once you wear them. In addition, they tried to reduce their waste to the maximum creating bags out of leftovers from their coats. Anne Vest consistently collaborates with a family of inspirational muses, stylists and photographers that share the brand creative concepts.

We particularly liked the colour palette choice, inspired by the intersection of heather flowers and sandy dunes on the North Denmark landscapes. Born in 2002, Soulland has always strived to push fashion with creative freedom and open-mindness. Their A-list collaborators and their fresh vision every season have made it one of the most interesting projects in fashion these days.

For their Autumn Winter collection their models walk in a serious face wearing black statement pieces with big volumes and elaborate psychedelic prints.The theme contrasts with the location choice – the office environment of a meeting room.

Soulland collection F/W 2021

A FULLY DIGITAL CPHFW opens this year’s fashion season with ingenious shows, and a true step forward towards real sustainability.

A FULLY DIGITAL CPHFW opens this year’s fashion season with ingenious shows, and a true step forward towards real sustainability.

Soulland walkway at Copenhaguen Fashion Week

A FULLY DIGITAL CPHFW opens this year’s fashion season with ingenious shows, and a true step forward towards real sustainability.

Rabens Saloner at CPHFW

Danish fashion brand Rabens Saloner presented their ‘Windows’ 2021.3 show under the concept of ‘raw and industrial aesthetic in juxtaposition to the silky shine of a hand-dyed fabric installation’. 

Behind the scenes, we heard brand director Birgitte Raben tell her models to look fiercely into the camera: ‘Strong eyes, you’re animals, otherwise it can look too sweet’.The brand decided to continue the collaboration with New York based director Juan Palacio to bring their vision to life.

Volume, texture and colour were the true pillars of this new seductive collection, with a harmonious combination of colours and tie-dyes.

Rabens Saloner models with F/W 2021 collection

Rabens Saloner dress at digital fashion show in CPHFW

Henrik Vibskov Copenhaguen Fashion Week 2021

The last show we were able to attend this season was Henrik Vibskov, under the statement ‘A crisp layer of madness’. His vision on art, silhouettes and provoking universes has made him one of the most recognisable designers in the world.

Since graduating from Central St Martin’s in 2001, Henrik Vibskov has produced more than 40 fashion collections and exhibited in several international design fairs, festivals and museums all over the world.

What we loved the most from the show – the brilliant mix of textures, the music choice and the fresh casting of models of all types and ages.

A FULLY DIGITAL CPHFW opens this year’s fashion season with ingenious shows, and a true step forward towards real sustainability.

Henrik Vibskov digital fashion show with 2021 Fall/Winter collection

*Press invited.

content editor Penélope Blas
words Noelia Blas

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