The ones to watch from Copenaghen Fashion Week AW 2016

Dear Shaded Viewers,

I went to Copenaghen Fashion Week and I want share with you the brands I will consider keeping under the radar!

Henrik Vibskov (first row of images)

He is currently the only Scandinavian designer on the official show schedule of the Paris Men’s Fashion Week since January 2003. His style is always recognizable as a good example of sporty couture with a playful imagery  set in surprising shows. This season he took us into the nutty universe of The Jaw Nuts Piece. A 22 meter long scissor structure that carried 200 blabbering and clapping wooden heads. The wooden heads are a postmodern and Asian inspired take on the traditional nutcracker. The heads’ broken language is simulating a time of an extreme and overwhelming state of mind. The confusion around us, the deconstruction of emotions, the deconstructions of clothes. An inferno of stripes and colours erupted by the con- struction of the garment. A palette of dark end colours are contrasted with bright colours inspired by 50’s flair, colours of an offset printer and post-modern paintings. Italian custom made bonded wool in black and white, wide pants, soft wool and 3D knitwear that looked like piece of art. A couple of total black exits with elongated jumpers and harem pants for a more minimal’s take. Funny, creative and totally wearable. (Photos Elle Moos)

Han Kj

Giorgia Cantarini

Fashion has always been her true calling since she started working as fashion editor and stylist with publications of the likes of Made05, Rolling Stone, Grazia, Glamour,, i-d,,, La Repubblica and Hunger, always cultivating a side interest in artistic perfumery and everything curious, from travels to music, from food to digital. She is also contributor for VOGUE ITALIA for the talents section and Esquire Italy. Her passion lies in discovering new fashion trends, emerging designers and interviewing interesting people all over the world. She also has started to work as stylist for shows and presentations, among the brands Giorgia works with you can find: Situationist, Ssheena, Ellassay, Birkenstock. Diane Pernet is her mentor and one of the most important people in Giorgia’s life.