The androgynous look or the connecting of the masculine and feminine sides, by moving the feminine over to the masculine and vice versa, where lines between gender had been erased or at least had become invisible to the naked eye a long time ago, still takes it dominating part on the fashion scene!
The fashion revolution of our time, that chance the view of fashion! The eyes are still watching the silhouette and new fashion scene on the catwalk faithfully and the focus is more or less intact, but nothing is as before. Before, when everyone’s eyes were on the catwalk and the fashion designers latest collections, where they never change direction – even for a second.
Once upon a time a fairytale, told to every child in in every kingdom among the world became a part of a fashion. Somewhere after the fairytale ofThe Swineherd and The Princess and the Pea and beforeThe Snow Queen, the danish designer Nicholas Nybro, launched his Copenhagen based brand, in one and the same name (Nichonlas Nybro red.) in 2011.
With a feeling of being enthralled from first sight and then captured in an atmosphere of dark seduction. The Denmark-based designer with roots from the far north located Faroe Islands and a well-documented fondness for dominating shades of black and the avant-garde scene in her collections, BARBARA I GONGINI, played the part of the seductive main character, when she showed her SS16 collection, during this fashion week.
The Danish multi-artist, Henrik Vibskov, who had toured the world as a drummer for the electronic musician Trentemøller and now occupies himself with his own project Mountain Yorokobo and exhibiting at art museums and galleries around the world, as an artist, between the two collections and associated universes that surround them, he biannually enrich the world of fashion an it’s faithful companions with, as a danish fashion designer.
Moët & Chandon are among the most famous, finest and oldest champagnes in the world. With more than a 200 years story that can be traced back and even connected with some of the worlds most famous personalities from royal identities to political figures and epochal fashion characters, through the years. In other words: Moët & Chandon are a part of the world history on more than one occurrence and in more than one sense. A story that from time to time looks like and capture the spirit of a fairytale, with both royal figures, challenges, magical moments and even a happy ending can be found.
Liselore Frowijn - Dutch fashion designer who shares her deep fondness for cool and sporty style combined with a nonchalant luxury attitude and creates a universe where Matisse's inspired cuts meets a playful Parisienne.
When Normcore became the new black and-one-and-the-same phenomenon took part in an aesthetic game with political dimensions and raised the question of a fashion revolution of our time. It appeared on the streets and ended in the fashion lexicon, somewhere between another fashion week or another collection.
Mode er et levende sprog, som igennem århundreder er blevet fortalt gennem unikke fortællinger, men som også på én og samme tid, tager del i samme historie. En historie, som både indeholder fortællingen om, hvor og hvordan moden stille blomstrede og så smukt gik fra et kapitel til det næste. Men også om, at mode fra tid til anden har været genstand for revolutioner, som påvirkede og eller ændrede modebilledet radikalt og blev en del af verden omkring den.
Den danske multikunstner og designer Henrik Vibskov, hvis navn både forbindes med kunst, musik og mode, inviterede under Copenhagen Fashion Week hele verden ind i et spektakulært og fantastisk univers under navnet "The Messy Massage Hands" ved præsentationen af hans kommende AW15 kollektion.