BAUM UND PFERDGARTEN
Baum und Pferdgarten once again makes my heart race with a collection that has my name (and yours?) written all over it. The coats are all to-die-for, and then there’s the lace up suede top and dress that I cannot wait to get my hands on. Not to mention the lace skirt with the matching top. The collection is more grown-up than usual but it still has that cool and quirky spirit that Baum und Pferdgarten is known (and loved) for.
This dress. No more words needed.
BY MALENE BIRGER
When someone sends a model dressed in a cognac-coloured leatherskirt down the runway I’m head over heels. Add to that the perfect boyish suit and a night blue coat and I’m sold. By Malene Birger once again established itself as the go-to-label for elegant and easy-to-wear classics that will stay in your closet for a long time.
The more I look at this collection, the more I love it. It’s fair to say that it was a silky affair on the catwalk at Bruuns Bazaar where silk was used for everything from elegant dresses and shirts to skirts and pants. I especially loved the silky touch when it was layered with tailored pieces (think silk dress with miniskirt or silk pants with blazer) or when contrasted with wollen fabrics but the piece that caught my attention (and wish list) the most was the black lamé dress.
MARK KENLY DOMINO TAN
Undoubtedly the brightest star on the Danish sky of talents. Mark Kenly Domino Tan creates timeless yet stand-out pieces with a strong focus on tailoring, fabrics and a flattering silhouette. The cropped leather jacket and the grey top with flute-like sleeves were among my favorites, and suddenly a rust-coloured coat with a metallic belt never felt more right.
Looking for a statement fur? Make it this one.
Refreshning and cool. Designers Remix are bringing back the 1970s for autumn – a welcome step away from the usual very minimal and streamlined look that characterises Designers Remix. It’s a clever collection that works no matter if you are into the seventies trend or not: wear the shearling jacket with skinny pants, or the black midi-skirt with a shirt, and you’ve got a whole other look.
It’s sexy, it’s edgy, and I’m looking for an excuse to dress myself in a laced maxi-dress…
I was sad to miss out on the Mads Nørgaard show where models had been cast from the street to walk the runway (in their own clothing) alongside signed models – and with Communions playing live at the back. Mads Nørgaard was inspired by the energy of the streets of Copenhagen and delivered a collection full of stripes (that’s his trademark), tailored blazers, and high-waisted jeans but most importantly a happiness that reminded us what fashion is really about: being yourself.
VERONICA B. VALLENES
It didn’t take Veronica B. Vallenes more than a few seasons to earn her reputation as the ultra elegant and timeless choice for cool girls. Think silk trousers, boxy outerwear, ladylike skirts, barely-there details and a long, lean silhouette. The musthave for autumn? Definitely the cropped trench.
It’s the talk of town, and it’s easy to see why. Ganni is on a roll and in no time the brand has transformed itself into the label everyone wants to wear, and that without compromising with its concept of creating affordable fashion that’s both timeless, on-trend and not your typical Scandi-label. The AW15 collection is simply amazing, and I’m swooning over everything from the checked high-neck and navy peacoat to the paisley printed midi-skirt, monochrome dress and strappy heels.
Pictures via Style.com, Copenhagenfashion.com, B.dk and Luellemag.com