Trend-spotting by Natalie Dawson, at Copenhagen Fashion Week’s s/s 13 edition.
Images, from left to right: C’est Tout, Saint Tropez, Mads Nørgaard, Base Range, Dansk, Twist & Tango, Kaffe, Ilse Jacobsen, Prim I am, Velour.
WWB's Natalie Dawson visited Copenhagen Fashion Week's three leading trade fairs - Vision, Gallery and CIFF - to reveal the best s/s 13 collections and report on key trends.
Military: The army influence came back round again for s/s 13, from camouflage prints to tough khaki pieces mixed with leather.
Sporting: Track pants received an upgrade in luxe metallics and prints with go faster stripes for s/s 13. College T-shirts and matching zip-up jackets were also in strong.
Pyjama pants: Printed PJ pants were still a hot trend at the shows, particularly in soft pastel tones or sophisticated prints.
Neon: Neon was present in most collections, be it a quick-shock colour block or an all-over look. Orange, pink and yellow were the main tones in a trend which extended into footwear and accessories.
Tie-dye: Tie-dye effects were popular at the show, especially across jersey basics. Other prints all had a similar feel, with brushstroke and marble effects lending an artistic vibe to proceedings.
- Look out for our full review in the September issue of WWB Magazine.
- For more from the CPH catwalk, click here.
Amy Young describes her experiences on the Tulchan shop floor.
Get the inside story on the womenswear trade as well as saving a massive 40%.
Advertising in WWB reaches the buyers that matter and gets real results. Call Mina on +44 (0)1484 846069 now to book your advert.