When it all kicks off at Copenhagen Fashion Week this Tuesday, these are the designers whose front rows will be the hottest seats in town
Watch out for statement pieces and standout accessories at Ganni this week
The most anticipated show of the week, Ganni never fails to deliver a mix of Instagram-friendly slogan tees, floral dresses (with 2018 being the year of the printed midi, now is the time to invest) and statement but wearable separates as well as standout accessories.
Stine Goya gets funky with throwbacks to 1970s colour schemes and flowing fabrics
After celebrating its tenth anniversary last season with its best collection yet, the brand is looking to expand internationally. It’s also now available at Net-a-Porter, which is good news as we can’t get enough of its 1970s colour schemes and flowing fabrics.
BAUM UND PFERDGARTEN
Baum Und Pferdgarten experiment with clashing prints and bold designs
Another firm favourite in fashion circles, Baum Und Pferdgarten can always be counted on for bold and bright designs, often championing clashing prints and statement outerwear – both key looks this spring. The trend that runs through all these brands, though? Fun, which fashion can’t seem to get enough of at the moment.
Rachel Entwistle has just launched a jewellery collaboration with Paul Smith. From £125, Rachel Entwistle x Paul Smith, paulsmith.com
Add a modernist pop of colour to your bring-on-spring wardrobe while ticking off the ever popular geometric trend with Rachel Entwistle’s just-launched jewellery collaboration with Paul Smith. From £125, Rachel Entwistle x Paul Smith, paulsmith.com
Light, bright and with an inbuilt charger, this suitcase comes tried and tested – we invested in one last year. From £225, The Coordinate Collection, awaytravel.com
NAME TO KNOW: LISOU
We’ve just discovered new British silk shirt brand Lisou, and now can’t imagine wearing anything else during this in-between season. With pieces that hit the right note for the office or events, its unique and bold designs, created by founder Rene Macdonald, are inspired by African travels and European luxury. Prices from £95.
Everything Soho House owner Nick Jones touches turns to gold or, in the case of his latest Soho outpost, iconic French restaurant Kettner’s Townhouse, which he relaunched this month, a perfectly Parisian shade of blue.