Ole Yde looked to “exotic and unknown lands” for inspiration — and translated that into animal prints and ostrich feathers accented by tulle.
— October 7, 2015
Ole Yde played it safe for fall, sending out a commercially viable collection based on girly skirts and dresses.
— March 11, 2015
Ole Yde filled the runway with looks that drew inspiration from the 18th century, the Sixties, the Seventies and Japanese culture.
— October 1, 2014
Channeling the energy of Copenhagen’s jazzy club scene of the Fifties and Sixties, Ole Yde showed a lineup strong on evening options.
— March 5, 2014