Five Standout Labels From Copenhagen Fashion Week

Last week, fashion's finest took to the capital of Denmark to take part in the Nordic Region's largest fashion event -- Copenhagen Fashion Week. For quite some time Copenhagen has served as the fashion capital of Scandinavia with its bridging location and celebrated design history. Alongside the trade fairs, Copenhagen International Fashion Fair Raven and Revolver saw a bevy of new and established labels take to the metropolitan harbor city to display their latest offerings. The runway at the six-day exhibition was graced by unique showings of Scandinavian and international fashion, which married fresh silhouettes, progressive fabrics and bold color, palettes. But among the pack, several labels stood out, confidently carving their place among fashion’s competitive landscape. Below, we look to highlight the standout labels from Copenhagen Fashion Week 2018 spring/summer you should keep an eye on.

HÆRVÆRK

Frederikke Brandt

Frederikke Brandt

Frederikke Brandt

Frederikke Brandt

Frederikke Brandt

About the Designer
Although Niels Guntoft Hansen grew up dreaming of becoming a musician, the Denmark-born designer has become a name to look out for after unintentionally making the leap into fashion. The MA Menswear graduate initially went to study at the Royal College of Art in an attempt to prove to his mother that he was not going to waste his life away. But during his first year at RCA, the designer was given a project to discover something authentic about himself, leading to the conception of his label HÆRVÆRK. Upon graduation, Hansen won the OTB award at the International Talent Support competition in Trieste, Italy, which set his current path as an emerging European designer.

Latest Collection

Continuing the expression of eccentric streetwear, HÆRVÆRK fittingly displayed its latest garment offerings under a graffiti-laden train overpass. The main inspiration of the collection comes from the color tones and uniforms found at the Danish seafront where head designer ...

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