Scandinavian Fashion Week A/W18

I know you want SS18 but being ahead on fashion trends is a must for every fashionista. Last week it was Fashion Week in Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo presenting their  A/W18 collections. So, I can’t skip that. I give you a little summary of the A/W18 collections, straight from the catwalk in Copenhagen and Stockholm. When you think it will be all minimal and dark colours, think again. It’s all about vibrant colours and sophisticated designs.

  • Astrid Andersen
    The fashion label Astrid Andersen is a nice discovery. Although the fashion label was founded in 2011 with menswear she branched in 2016  ‘Astrid Andersen’ into womenswear. She chooses her hometown Copenhagen as capital to showcase her collections. This collection is absolutely fabulous! Very colourful, nice comfortable designs. Main colours for this collection are blue,  signal yellow, pink. A lot of must-have pieces. https://astridandersen.com
  • Ganni
    Oh, Ganni, the Danish fashion label that gains popularity in Belgium. You can’t deny it, it’s an awesome fashion label. So, this is just a little preview of their A/W18 collection. My favourite outfit is the one with the rosé jersey and purple jeans. http://www.ganni.com/en
  • Filippa K
    Filippa K is a well-known and a high-end Swedish fashion label. The label is minimalistic and sober but it breathes class and pureness. I saw the Filippa K when I made a trip to Stockholm (that’s been a while ago). You can find a boutique of Filippa K at Antwerp. For the A/W18, the silhouettes are feminine. The colours are very basic but icy blue brings some colour to the collection. Just add Filippa K to your ‘ I want it in my wardrobe – list’.  https://www.filippa-k.com/se/

 

  • Naim Josefi
    This one is maybe little bit unknown but I will fix that.  It’s a Stockholm based fashion label. Naim Josefi launched his first prêt-a-porter collection for  A/W17, the denim collection ‘GANGS’ This collection for A/W18 is sophisticated but at the same time very feminine. Sexy silhouettes. Naim Josefi used a range of vibrant colours, a good mix!
    http://www.naimjosefi.com

 

Enjoy A/W18

Kind Regards Kate

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