Is Copenhagen Fashion Week’s Smaller, Sweeter, and Slower Vibe Its Upper Hand?

Street style at Copenhagen Fashion Week. Image courtesy of Copenhagen Fashion Week. 

This past week, Copenhagen has played host to the sartorial set as the latest pitstop on the global fashion calendar. Where New York, London, Paris, and Milan can feel overrun with out-of-towners during these seasonal rendez-vous, the Danish capital maintains a remarkable singularity in the thick of it all: meandering cobblestone streets straight from a fairytale; cutting-edge restaurants with enough mythology to inspire big-budget Hollywood films; and a generation of genre-bending designers like Wood Wood, Henrik Vibskov, and Stine Goya that have pushed the industry to seek newer, stranger heights time and again.

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