Copenhagen, the self-proclaimed capital of eco-responsible fashion, reveals what Fashion Weeks will look like in the near future. By 2023, Denmark’s creative scene plans to commit itself to meeting 17 criteria for sustainability to show the extent of potential innovations and lead the way in the Industry. Despite these challenges, the collections were never so contrasted or aspired to so much change. Brands transmit the message of an intrepid, optimistic F/W20 season by keeping colors and prints as universal as possible. And to show that an aesthetic change has begun, designers successfully reworked, remixed and also paid homage to the past without nostalgia.
A look at 4 trends that will mark the season with designer Marie Douchet
Practical, streamlined, imposing … the Brutalist style explores the idea of an ultra-desirable, almost magnetic ready-to-wear. Neo-survivalist uniforms from By Malene Birger or Munthe and the structured silhouettes of Stand and Soeren show a clear activism smoothed over in airy, puffy volumes and cleverly-controlled, draped effects, openly sexy necklines and very marked OR high, marked waists. Though black dominates, it is softened by games of contrast textures, enveloping woolens and flashes of sophisticated colors. Read the full report on Peclers+