Street Styles are back! This years's Copenhagen Fashion Week was the first to throw itself into a physical post-corona version, where distance and hand alcohol were part of all shows and presentations, just as mouthpieces were also required in several places.
After Milan Fashion Week was held entirely online, other designers like Jacquemus have put together outdoor fashion shows. Copenhagen however went for a different approach: a hybrid Fashion Week. Scandinavian talents from Denmark, Sweden and Norway have shown their collections in a mix of both digital and physical presentations.
It has been two packed days during Copenhagen Fashion Week which today reaches its third and final day with inspiring interviews, presentations and screenings of upcoming collections for SS21. So naturally, we turn to the off-runway gatherings and street styles to get inspired for the year ahead. The three-day fashion fair has provided the dormant fashion society with some longed for street styles from the Danish capital.
Copenhagen Fashion Week street styles have a track record of setting the tone for what will be on trend for the season to come across Europe. Especially the Scandi Hygge movement, the simplicity of Scandinavian minimalist styling and the effortlessness Scandinavian influencers wear their styles with is what inspires fashionistas around the globe.
We have identified six trends that you can easily recreate with items here on Carolazeta.com
A white puff blouse together with stylish cycling pants and chunky boots is a cool combination to try.
The Bermuda short is a great way to tap into the cycling short style but with a more grown up feel.
Fashionistas in Copenhagen opted in for a statement collar - the Peter Pan. Either in pastels, or all beige given that a full beige look never ceases to inspire, especially not in combination with black elements.
Pretty in pink and trendy cardigan in focus! Dare to wear more shades of one and the same colour, a pink symphony is so nice together. Stick to one colour and incorporate it into your whole look – via slightly different tones – to make your ensemble pull together.
The favourite bag among fashionistas out there is without a doubt Bottega Veneta's pouch bag, both the colourful variant and the chain bag top the wish list.
The tailored vest is your go to during hot summer days. For those who love some good tailored blazers, this combo with combat boots and a white skirt is your heatwave portion of tailored scandi street style.
The fashion week in Copenhagen has been the first to introduce a set of sustainability requirements which brands must meet in order to show on its schedule, as its organisers aimed to reduce its carbon footprint by 50 per cent over the next three years.
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