Inspired by voodoo and superstition, Minimarket presented an eclectic collection comprised of strong cuts playing tribute to the female shape. Elaborate hair ornaments made of straw, leaves, wood and feathers underscored the allusion to dark arts. Comprised of semi-geometric patterns and solids, the looks adhere to different shades of a trio: apricot, aqua and blue, accented by either cayenne or black. Accessorized with John Lennon sunglasses and two meter long necklaces, the three Swedish designers behind the brand managed to produce my favorite collection of the week.
Held at the eerie pedestrian bridge in a very dark Copenhagen park, the last show of the evening was worth the wait. Adorned with a thick black fabric wrapped from crown to chin paired with opaque goggles, models plodded down the make-shift wooden planks in simple-yet-dynamic garments. Maintaining his eccentric reputation, Vibskov sent a wooden sailboat down the opposite end of the runway, creating an unfortunate distraction to the otherwise strong collection.
[All Images by Mai Lyngby]
Soaked in H2O and rocking tangled knots with the odd fabric weaved braid, models sauntered the through the numerous rooms hosting this season’s show with a jaded attitude to match the utility-inspired garments. Kiss-printed dress shirts and graphic A-line skirts and shorts ran throughout this light-hearted collection, while the backpack adorned many backsides, proving the practical accessory is here to stay.