South Africa’s Pichulik has designed a pair of earrings and a belt in collaboration with Copenhagen brand By Malene Birger.
Against all odds, the Norwegian brand has seen all its channels grow in 2020, secured partnerships with major retailers and is plotting new categories and expansion across Asia and the U.K.
This was the first digital-only iteration of CPHFW and it got a big thumbs up from the industry for its interactive format, benchmark-setting sustainability commitments and optimistic designs.
The Danish label is debuting its fall 2021 collection with a live performance and rent-only “stage” capsule.
Following a ban on all trade fair activities due to COVID-19, which is set to last until the end of February 2021, all physical events have been canceled.
In light of the pandemic, the initiative was opened up to existing businesses and previous winners, with Bahnsen taking the award home for the second time.
Fashion weeks outside the Big Four are developing new formats and cultivating local audiences to make up for the absence of overseas guests.
Thorsmark discusses hosting the first hybrid Copenhagen Fashion Week and using the platform to drive positive change without yet compromising on fashion.
There were fewer international guests, lots of social distancing guidelines, a new hybrid format and more time for conversation.
The London label is stepping away from the traditional fashion calendar and debuting its first drop with a film, shown as part of Copenhagen Fashion Week’s new hybrid format.