Copenhagen Fashion Week is no longer on the rise, it's here. And it's solidified it's place as an unmissable city in the worldwide tour of fashion weeks. There's some things we know to be true after watching the city ramp up it's fashion week in the past few years: there will be dancing (this year courtesy of Ganni and Stine Goya), the prints will be really good, and the street style will inspire you to wear fluffy dresses with chunky sneakers.
Danish brands like Saks Potts and Cecilie Bahnsen are leading the charge in making sure the Copenhagen fashion scene is known for having something to be remembered by. The designers here are not afraid of color (especially mixing and matching it), or afraid of getting a lil weird with their styling, and most importantly not afraid to have fun with fashion.
So settle into a smørrebrød and say hej to the best trends from Copenhagen Fashion Week.
1. Slick Two-Pieces
We've been on the two-piece bus for awhile, but they're getting a nice remix this season. Thanks to some slick and shiny new vinyl fabrics, they're saying Yeah I'm here to discuss a business deal and have my shit together, but also I'm not a regular businesswoman.
2. Mango Tango
Mango yellow made it's way onto the runways this season in varying shades of ripeness and interpretations. All we know is we want some sliced up and doused in hot sauce stat.
3. Ruched and Ready
Here's a new way to add some texture and dimension to your dresses: ruching! The gathered effect reminds us of large, bright prom dresses from the late 80s. We're here to the pared down versions that make us want to boogie as well.
Baum und Pferdgarten
4. Undergarments As Overgarments
Bras! As! Tops! It's been on our mind for awhile now and this season Copenhagen's fashion designers captured the ease of how to style them without making it feel out of place. Perhaps over a shirt? Under a vest? Without anything at all?
Baum und Pferdgarten
No, we're not annoyed. Just excited about polka dots making a major comeback as a print this season. We saw it blown up, scrunchie-fied, and re-interpreted in a new fuzzier form.
Originally Appeared on Teen Vogue