Every season, Copenhagen Fashion Week brings the best of Scandinavian fashion design. In order to become a leading sustainable fashion week, it established in early 2019 a sustainability advisory board and initiated a strategic process focusing on selected UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), something that makes the event even more relevant.
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Brøgger is a luxury clothing label based in London, the United Kingdom designed by Danish designer Julie Brøgger. The collection plays between the feminine and the masculine, varying from sharp tailoring to soft silhouettes, consistently balanced on the edge between formal and day wear. Brøgger celebrates playful and bold fashion with craftsmanship and quality in focus. Brøgger stays committed to producing only in the United Kingdom and E.U, as well as sourcing all materials from these regions.
The SS20 Collection “Dance” draws inspiration from a dancer’s wardrobe featuring elements such as open backs, cropped silhouettes, and wrap-around closures. it is feminine and expressive whilst retaining the usual nods to masculinity.
The collection consists of everyday classics enhanced by Hofmann’s unique aesthetic; this can be seen in everything from prints to colour pairings to silhouettes.
The collection is decorated and ornamented, extravagant and eclectic, without compromising the overarching signatures of Munthe’s design; quality, comfort, and functionality.
Innovative, creative, progressive, family; all these words describe Norwegian fashion house Holzweiler.