When it comes to street style, Copenhagen Fashion Week has become the one to watch for emerging trends. Taking place a fortnight before the madness of ‘fashion month’ traditionally starts with New York, it sees some of the world’s most stylish influencers, many of them natives, giving us a masterclass in how to dress for the cold. From layering outerwear to the continued popularity of checks, here’s what we’ve learnt about what’s stylish right now from Copenhagen.
Vanessa Hong channelled the Scandi love of all things simple in distressed mom jeans, a black hoodie and a tangerine faux fur coat from Anne Vest.
Mie Juel flew the flag for Danish fashion in a Birgitte Herskind checked jacket and red Baum und Pferdgarten trousers.
Emili Sindlev rocked a checked skirt suit worn with a statement T-shirt, blue patterned sock boots and a classic Chanel 2.55 bag in pale pink.
We love Katarina Petrovic's asymmetrical skirt in black and nude, which she's worn with a black poloneck, blazer and quintessential fashion week shades.
We love the proportions of Tine Andrea's look - with the cropped trousers, ankle boots and check blazer underneath a leather shearling mid-length coat, with that signature influencer styling tip - tucked-in hair.
Gine Margethe in a very Cher Horowitz-esque yellow and purple check coat, cropped jeans and ankle boots, clutching an oversized yellow fold-over bag.
Darja Barannik wore London favourite Shrimps, choosing the Hokus coat with its chic caramel collar. We love it teamed with white trousers and a green bag.
Funda Christophersen continues the layered look in a check tunic dress over jeans and a full-length brown faux-fur coat.
Masha Sedgwick wore high-waisted paper-bag trousers with a tucked in high-neck blouse, in a palate of earthy browns and beige.