COPENHAGEN — Despite a more compact four-day schedule, Copenhagen Fashion Week’s fall 2018 edition left the impression of a growing international hub, offering an amalgamation of trade shows, runway presentations and consumer-facing side events exulting Danish design.
For brands, the Danish capital seems to fit into a natural void left by the major fashion capitals. “When you think of fashion, you think of the four big ones,” said Stavros Karelis, founder of London-based concept store Machine-A and buying director for Showstudio, who curated an installation at the Copenhagen International Fashion Fair. “But I think we have reached a moment where people are looking outside the current systems because, yes, it’s great to be in London, Paris, [Milan] or New York, but there are so many markets around. Seoul, Shanghai, here. It’s nice to explore new territories.”
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