The Copenhagen runways confirmed that coordinating ensembles is a trend that won’t quit any time soon. Designers like Rabens Saloner (above) and Soulland offered several unexpected takes on the matchy-matchy combo.
Psychedelic patterns was a running theme at CFW. Designers incorporated trippy swirls, checks, stripes and other mind-bending patterns, particularly in candy-hued and neon colors.
If you love the sporty, skiwear-inspired aesthetic, then next fall/winter season will be your time to shine. Expect to see a slew of quilted, puffer-like garments like scarves, pants, skirts, and even Bermuda shorts.
Snake print has consistently been making an appearance on runways and in street style. Take after designers like GANNI and Soulland and incorporate the reptilian pattern into your fall/winter rotation STAT.
According to Danish designers, the daring cutout trend is here to stay. This season’s CFW debutante Jade Cropper, for instance, offered a grungy spin on the skin-revealing detailing.