Copenhagen Fashion Week AW22 Round Up

Copenhagen Fashion Week for AW22 certainly has given us plenty to talk about this year. With everything that makes Copenhagen Fashion Week so unique, from sustainability to Scandi minimalism, this year felt as if it was on steroids. Cecilie Thorsmark, CEO of Copenhagen Fashion Week, commented that there was a high level of creativity but also innovation. 

Brands completed sustainability survey’s as a pilot for the new requirements that come into effect in 2023. Many brands used plus-size models bringing body positivity to the catwalk and not to mention dopamine dressing everywhere, filling Copenhagen with a vibrant energy. Looking at some of our favourite brands, here’s a rundown of the biggest moments…

#1 Holzweiler

Holzweiler AW22


With intentionally distressed detailing, dirty garments, and hand-painted prints, Holzweiler highlighted the beauty in worn clothing. Shot on a road trip through Holzweiler’s homeland, the dramatic skies and mountains made the perfect backdrop. 

We always look forward to Holzweiler’s backstage footage that transcends to you to set, this season the harshness and beauty of the landscape reflected in the collection really comes through the lens. 

#2 Skall Studio 

Copenhagen Fashion Week AW22


For the upcoming collection, the Danish conscious fashion brand worked even more with materials such as recycled cotton, wool and cashmere to minimize the use of virgin materials as well as new initiatives such as recycled wool coats. For the AW22 Collection Skall Studio has focused even more on outerwear and tailored styles and as always: Their signature knitwear made in Denmark.

#3 Munthe 

Copenhagen Fashion Week AW22


Proudly presenting their very blue AW22 collection Munthe announced that 73% of the collection was made from sustainable fabrics. Named ‘Crafty Society’ it presented a street style aesthetic with ultra-feminine shapes made from organic cotton, environmentally friendly viscose and recycled polyester with the idea that it would be also comfortable to wear. 

#4 Baum und Pfardgarten 

Copenhagen Fashion Week AW22


Inspired by the extreme weather and contrasts of the Arctic landscapes the Baum und Pfardgarten collection showcased metallic puffers and strong colour palettes. With sparkly dresses and puffed up scarves stealing the show the collection focused on a contemporary vision of emboldened femininity and the forces of nature. 

#5 Ganni 

copenhagen fashion week SS22


With 90’s music inspirations such as 90s Björk and PJ Harvey, the Ganni collection merges a very rebellious personality along with a sense of vulnerability. With standout pieces including in your face prints and snakeskin the collection named ‘Love Forever Ever’ was designed to balance feminity with strength. 

#6 Stine Goya 

Copenhagen Fashion Week AW22


Welcome to a world of bright blues, electric neons and flower prints the exploration of art by Icelandic-Danish artist Olafur Eliasson. The collection dubbed ‘inside out’ imitates art and life, questioning what’s real and what’s not. Stine Goya’s signature playfulness and vibrant personality shined through but with an edgier and more sensual direction.

A key dress for the season is the Annalisa, an A-line babydoll dress made out of double-layered organza with a handpainted print, resulting in a distorted floral effect. 


In My Space with Rikke Baumgarten | Baum Und Pferdgarten


In My Space with Rikke Baumgarten | Baum Und Pferdgarten

As Baum Und Pferdgarten gear up for Copenhagen Fashion Week, we had the pleasure of sitting down with Rikke Pferdgartenon to talk about the latest collection...

2022-02-02 16:48:47By Holly Thompson

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