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Top Trends From Copenhagen Fashion Week 2024

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Top Trends From Copenhagen Fashion Week 2024

Top Trends From Copenhagen Fashion Week 2024

Top Trends , From Copenhagen , Fashion Week 2024.

After four days of fashion shows and industry events, Copenhagen Fashion Week (CPHFW) has come to an end.

'The Independent' reports that the annual event offered a sneak peak of 2024's autumn and winter trends.

A wide number of brands put their upcoming collections on display on various runways across Copenhagen.

Long-time designers like Stine Goya and Rotate offered collections, along with new creators like Nicklas Skovgaard and Alectra Rothschild.

Long-time designers like Stine Goya and Rotate offered collections, along with new creators like Nicklas Skovgaard and Alectra Rothschild.

Here are some of the top trends that carried across multiple designers:.

Hot Metallic, Look for lots of brooches, buttons, jewelry and shoes with gold and silver accents.

Saks Potts and Skall Studio were among designers to weave metallics into their signature styles.

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Denim on Denim, Danish designers highlighted full denim outfits, like wide-leg jeans and denim midi skirts paired with denim jackets, shirts and even shoes.

Denim on Denim, Danish designers highlighted full denim outfits, like wide-leg jeans and denim midi skirts paired with denim jackets, shirts and even shoes.

Monochrome, Whether it was soft pinks or vibrant reds, blues and whites, designers were picking a single shade and sticking to it.

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Simple Stripes, Stine Goya and Gestuz were among designers to feature stripes prominently, mostly with classic colors like navy, white and black.

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Simple Stripes, Stine Goya and Gestuz were among designers to feature stripes prominently, mostly with classic colors like navy, white and black.


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