Copenhagen Fashion Week SS20
It is true that Copenhagen Fashion Week has became somewhat of a mecca for the fashion crowd as Scandi brands are on the rise and the local cool girl factor cannot be ignored. This was my second season attending CPH FW after falling in love with the fashion energy of the city back in January. I was thrilled to come back in the summer month and although the weather was a bit temperamental with a few thunderstorms this did not stop the array of impressive outfits at every turn. I specifically resonate with lot of the Danish brands for their love and use of prints and colours and they way they style their looks, mix of high end and causal, think flowy print dresses with a pari of Telvas or Hawaianas for that laid back cool summer look.
Below are some of my favourite looks from the week:
DRESS: BROGGER || LEATHER BELT: MILO MARIA || BLAZER: PAUL & JOE || BOOTS: AEYDE || BAG: CAFUNE
PANTS: HOFMANN || MAXI DRESS: MUNTHE || SHOES: DEAR FRANCES || BAG: MANU ATELIER
SHIRT| DAFAN MAY || SKIRT: ROSETTA GETTY || BAG: DANSELENTE || HAT: PRADA || SHADES: ORGREENS
SHIRT & PANTS : HOFMANN || BLAZER: MUNTHE || BAG: BALENCIAGA (VIA FARFETCH) || SNEAKERS : GANNI
DRESS: MUNTHE || HAT: LACK OF COLOURS || BAG: BULGARI || SHADES: FOR ARTS SAKE
DRESS: REBECCA VALANCE || TOP: HOFMANN || BAG: BULGARI || SHADES: FENDI
During our three day trip we stayed at the super cute and cosy Absalon Hotel in the centre of Copenhagen. Located just a couple minutes from the famous Tivoli gardens, it was the perfect haven to retreat to after a busy day of running around town and our room had a beautiful view over the traditional Danish city landscape. The hotel is also known for its amazing breakfast which has a great selection of the freshest pastries as well as a variety of organic teas to chose from which was a much appreciated touch to start off the day.