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The AW22 Copenhagen Fashion Week is already behind us, but we are still can get enough of the unique and cutting-edge designs shown in the last week. Finally, after two years without physical shows, the Danish capital offered a show to remember.

Alongside well-known brands, CPFW presented many rising designers and their debut collections. The main focus, as it should be, was of course sustainability. This year they made a special effort and organized the event to be as greener as possible. The mandatory sustainability requirements for brands are accelerating the changes in the industry and serving as an inspiration for future fashion weeks. Last but not least, we loved to see the spreading of body positivity, having numerous plus-size models that graced this event.

Even though we loved every single look of CPFW, we have finally managed to derive a list of some of our favourite moments this year.

Day 1 of CPFW:
The day started with the collection of Iso.Poetism by Tobias Birk Nielsen, who with his innovative sustainability techniques stood out and on Zalando Sustainability Award. Gestuz amazed us with combinations inspired by the 80s and 90s. The Garment’s minimalistic, yet original designs were the complete opposite of Soeren Le Schmidt’s adventurous and fairytale-like collection.

Iso.Poetism/James Cochrane
Gestuz/Jannick Boerlum
The Garment/James Cochrane
Soeren Le Schmidt/James Cochrane

Day 2 of CPFW:
Stine Goya exposed pieces with vivid colours and feminine silhouettes. Fassbender debuted in Copenhagen Fashion Week with such elegant garments. Fagiuoli designed a daring collection for Samsoe Samsoe, using a bright palette and animal pattern. Wood Wood collaborated with an artist Tal R, creating unpredictable and innovative streetwear apparel.

Stine Goya/James Cochrane
Fassbender/James Cochrane
Samsoe Samsoe/Ed Gumuchian
Wood Wood/James Cochrane

Day 3 of CPFW:
Holzweiler and a new talent Jade Cropper played with the deconstruction of fabrics, creating avant-garde pieces. Munthe this time produced handcrafted and artsy designs. Finally, Ganni closed the fashion week with an energetic collection, inspired by 90s music.

Holzweiler/Calle Huth
Jade Cropper/James Cochrane
Munthe/CPHFW Press
Ganni/Josephine Lochen

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