Danish Fashion Shifts Into Maximalist Gear
2 monthes ago - By WWD
COPENHAGEN - Copenhagen Fashion Week was anything but minimalist, with showgoers donning Puka shells - on necklaces, bracelets, anklets and belts - as a complement to their colorful, printed dresses. Handheld fans and flip-flops became the unofficial symbol of the three-day showcase as many tried to combat the heat that draped itself over the city.
Tailored jackets and Stan Smiths are a thing of the past, and Scandinavian street style is upping its game. Brands have been pushing their boundaries, too, taking a fresh and experimental approach to spring collections, unveiled during the...
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