Last week I was fortunate enough to attend Copenhagen Fashion Week Festival sponsored by the Copenhagen Fashion Council. The four-day trip was jam-packed with fashion shows, tradeshows, menswear shop visits and an afternoon of touristy-sightseeing. Keep your eyes out this week for more online coverage, as well as in MR’s April issue.
All photos courtesy of Copenhagen Fashion Week.
Wood Wood designers Karl-Oskar and Brian Jensen chose an old Carlsberg brewery for their venue and were inspired by the European Highlands and subcultural reference from the mod scene and ’90s casual anti-fashion. Show highlights included air force jackets, parkas and hoodies in colors like black & white, cinnamon, plum, wine, army green and shades of blue. Fabrics included herringbone printed denims and silks, boiled wools and large, patched fleeces. Wood Wood has two stores in Copenhagen, one in Berlin and sells to U.S. retailers like Needs Supply, Acrimony and Streetammo.com.
Click here to go back to all Copenhagen Fashion Week menswear runway shows