During fashion weeks, the street style is usually so cool and fun. The Runway might be boring at times, but the street never disappoints. furthermore, It’s eclectic, it’s vibrant and definitely trendy. As well as minimalism as we are in an era where more young people are obsessed with minimalism.
Before we get into the photos from Copenhagen, have you seen the runway? Definition of inclusion/diversity when it comes to models. Strutting from short to tall, fat, slim, black-white, indeed, we are talking even pregnant!
Copenhagen fashion week is not even two decades old, and still offered models’ diversity. Thus, it was beautiful to see. Designers, on the other hand, is a conversation for another day.
One brand in particular that absolutely nailed the runway with diversity is GIANNI. Briefly, Here is a description of their showcase,
“We Called the Collection JOYRIDE Because Really, It’s About Copenhagen Being the Place Where Our Heart Is. There’s A Feeling About Being in The City in Summertime That I Can’t Quite Explain, The Energy Is Pulsing, It Really Gets Your Beat Going. It Made Us Think About the Rhythm of Our Hearts and The Beat You See on A Hospital Monitor. That Line Is So Beautiful – It’s Life. We Used That Life Line as A Symbol Across the Collection, Wavy Lines on Collars and Hemlines Inspired by A Heartbeat.”
Additionally, Copenhagen fashion week released a collaboration with VMAN on a special zine that has been released inside the 49th edition of VMAN. The zine features focus series on emerging design, encapsulating the studios of some of the most exciting names in Menswear.
A shoot celebrating the sounds of the Nordics captures leading musicians and bands including black artist Jeuru.
To sum it up, Let’s take a look at some of the street style served by our black kings and Queens.