COPENHAGEN — On the sidelines of Copenhagen Fashion Week, the Danish Fashion Institute cohosted The Jewellery Room, an initiative now in its third edition aimed at positioning Danish jewelry on the international fashion map.
The exhibition, which was held at the Royal Danish Academy of Music on Thursday, showcased 19 local brands ranging from established labels like Pandora, Georg Jensen, Shamballa Jewels and Ole Lynggaard, to newcomers such as Line & Jo and Ninna York, all displaying their new collections.
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