A green and fashionable approach to fashion and lifestyle.

The rumor has it that Copenhaguen (and Copenhaguen Fashion Week) is always one step ahead. In their annual sustainability report, they state that they’re action plan for an even more responsible fashion. They talk about the goal of making Fashion Week totally waste-free. There has even been a conversation about ensuring that all brands must follow their responsible policy by 2023. According to our little research, brands are delivering the goods: Ganni is using organic cotton, Rodebjer is diving into the use of recycled leather, and more. In order to tell you a bit more about the ongoing scandi fashion trends, we took a closer look into Copenhagen Fashion Week, and here’s what we’ve found out:

The Grandpa Knit

Observing the Danish wardrobe, there is no doubt that the grandpa knit is an essential piece. Some call it a vest, however, it’s not. The grandpa knit is an old-school cool, pattern knitted sweater mostly worn oversized. The grandpa sweater has established itself as the ultimate item to lift up your cool game in 202, and we declare it to be one of the Scandinavian trends for this year.


High-protection rainwear

This trend is focused on materials. Were talking about strong lines and soft materials that makes the definition of the star puffer jacket of 2021. This has been seen at the three top brands: Remain,  Rains and Ganni.


Boyish Vibes

tomboy is a girl who exhibits characteristics or behaviors considered typical of a boy. Common characteristics include wearing masculine clothing and engaging in games and activities that are physical in nature and are considered in many cultures to be unfeminine or the domain of boys. Suits were once considered boyish – but it’s been long since, and we’re seeing colorful suits on stylish women everywhere.


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