Copenhagen Fashion Week was the first official fashion week to reopen after the global shutdown caused by COVID-19. The schedule included a part-physical, part-digital range of instalments — live and pre-produced — including adapted runway shows, presentations, films, exhibitions, and installations.
This year, Copenhagen focused on sustainability as part of its innovative model for change. At the event’s opening, organisers announced a target to reduce emissions by 50% in three years. To prove it means business, organisers went on to say that if brands fail to meet the strict sustainability requirements in the next three years, they will be ineligible to show in Copenhagen.
Nick Leuze was there to capture all the behind the scenes action, going backstage at Henrik Vibskov, Soulland and Helmstedt. See our latest coverage below. Plus, check out the best CPHFW street style looks also captured by Leuze.
See the full Henrik Vibskov runway show here.
Behind the Scenes Action at Soulland
See the full Soulland runway show here.
View the full Helmstedt runway show here.
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