This Season’s Copenhagen Fashion Week Street Style Is A Joy To Behold
The Scandi looks are next-level good.
The beginning of every year is a nonstop fashion extravaganza. First, there’s menswear week in Paris around mid-January, which is then immediately followed by Haute Couture Week. Now, the fashion crowd has made their way into Copenhagen, where Scandi brands like GANNI, Stine Goya, and Saks Potts will send their latest designs down the runways. With so many stylish people in the city, the street style at Copenhagen Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2023 is a must-watch affair.
The many outfits have already confirmed several street style trend predictions for the Fall/Winter 2023 season. For starters, many showgoers sported their interpretations of the grungy, ‘90s-inspired aesthetic — think cargo pants, ultra baggy and distressed jeans, oversized coats, and chunky combat boots. Pastel colors were also another major theme throughout the streets, with tangy orange hues and punchy greens leading the way. Overall, the ensembles offered a good balance of minimalism and maximalism — one of the hallmarks of Scandinavian style — and provided more than enough outfit inspo to hold you over until New York Fashion Week kicks off on Friday, Feb. 10.
Ahead, see all the best outfits from Copenhagen Fashion Week so far. Then, make sure to bookmark this post and check back often, as it will be updated with even more imitable street style looks as they roll in.
This is your sign to dabble in the dress-over-pants look.
Polished on top, playful on the bottom.
The Scandi set has mastered the art of color coordinating.
This show-goer leaned into the Western-inspired aesthetic. Yeehaw!
This attendee kept warm (and stylish) in a toasty balaclava and luxe leather jacket.
Yes, you can wear Bermuda shorts in the winter — pair them with tights are you’re good to go.
Don’t underestimate the power of a punchy puffer.
Looks like Scandi girls are already giving the skinny scarf revival their stamp of approval.
Believe it or not, ties are poised to be 2023’s It piece, according to street style stars.
A round of applause for this attendee’s accessory game.
This attendee made a strong case for the exposed underwear look.
Grece Ghanem hit the streets in a matchy-matchy look.
Pro tip: Find a fashion-loving friend who will coordinate with you.
Emili Sindlev opted for a menswear-inspired ensemble.
This show-goer got a head start on spring dressing — and we’re here for it.
A pant skirt-hybrid is ideal for chilly days.
Ellie Delphine is clearly on board with the Y2K comeback.
Prada’s sequin bucket hat? Yes, please.
Craftcore prevails! Get in on the right-now look with a crochet balaclava.
Offset a polished pinstripe set with a vibrant rainbow-hued scarf.
Proof that fuzzy bucket hats are still going strong, especially oversized styles.
Cotton candy, but make it fashion.
A prime example of how to wear open-toe shoes and tights, above.
This sage green and turquoise blue mash-up is so playful.
Yes, you do need to get your hands on Telfar’s fire-engine red tote.
How to pull off lace in the winter? Throw on an ultra-fuzzy topper.
This attendee took Stand Studio’s cult-favorite checker coat for a spin.
Tina Haase doubled down on metallic.
This is your cue to scoop up a pair of Stone Island’s chromatic cargo pants and team them with even more multi-colored attire.
This showgoer embraced the pink and green color combo in a bold way, opting for juicy neon renditions of both shades.
The addition of Bottega Veneta’s Jodie bag in a playful yellow hue was a clever move on this street styler’s part.
For these attendees, the secret to creating an eye-catching look lies in subtle yet impactful details — i.e. sweet floral elements and a mammoth-sized puffer vest, respectively.
Now here’s a street style rule of thumb: Two bags are always better than one.
According to this guest, the color orange will continue to reign supreme during the Fall/Winter 2023 Fashion Month circuit.
The style tip here? If rainbow-colored maximalist outfits aren’t your thing, you can double down on more neutral attire.
Alice Fetisova combined several shades from the brown color family in the same look and finished off her OOTD with a black carry-all tote.
For optimal comfort while running from one show to the next, team your tailored ensemble with a pair of soccer sneakers like adidas’ Samba style.
Nina Sandbech’s colorful Speedy bag from the Louis Vuitton x Yahoo Kusama collab was the perfect addition to her otherwise all-white look.
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