Over the last few years, Copenhagen Fashion Week has become one of the most anticipated events on the fashion calendar. From Ganni to Cecilie Bahnsen and Baum und Pferdgarten, the city is home to some of the most coveted up-and-coming cult labels and is renowned for its adventurous and enviable street style.
As with most things in 2021, this year the event has gone completely digital, though that does not mean that 'street' style has taken a back seat. From Emili Sindled to Maria Bernad, influencers in both Copenhagen and beyond have donned their Scandi best to take a virtual front-row seat as brands unveil their latest collections online.
Baum und Pferdgarten hosted a lockdown show, asking influencers across the globe to model a select look from their latest collection. Images were then uploaded simultaneously with each influencer's caption directing users to the next look, creating a digital scavenger hunt of sorts. Meanwhile, Ganni sent heart-shaped pizza to select #GanniGirls to enjoy while they watched the show.
From New York City sidewalks to couches in Quebec and kitchens in Copenhangen, keep scrolling to see what influencers are wearing to tune into fashion week.
How influencers are dressing from home during Copenhagen Fashion Week:
Style Notes: As one of street style's most prominent stars, no fashion week would be complete without an appearance by Emili Sindlev. In her home country of Denmark, Sindlev opted for a purple look and zebra print heels.
Style Notes: As a part of Baum und Pferdgarten's lockdown show, Chrystelle Eriksberger donned look 14, which offered a lesson in clashing prints.
Style Notes: Over in New York, Babba C Rivera also participated in Baum und Pferdgarten's lockdown show, wearing a check on check look.
Style Notes: Editor Michelle Li, was lucky enough to receive a Ganni branded pizza while wearing one of the label's printed second-skin dresses. (And no, I'm not jealous at all.)
Style Notes: From Paris, Ellie of Slip into Style wore a knit vest look by Baum und Pferdgarten. However, while watching from home, she traded in her usual fashion week heels for a pair of New Balance sneakers.
Style Notes: Another Baum und Pferdgarten lockdown show participant, Maria Bernad, also tuned in from Paris to prove knitted vest aren't going anywhere.
Style Notes: In Quebec, Grece Ghanem opted for printed culottes and a mint green jumper.
Style Notes: Copenhagen-native, Marie Hindkær chose a black blazer dress for Ganni's much-anticipated collection reveal.
Style Notes: Danish designers Jeanette Madsen and Thora Valdimars wore matching jumpers to unveil their latest collection to the world.
Style Notes: While watching the Ganni show, Linda Tol wore the brand's signature frill collar blouse.
Style Notes: In a collaboration with Rixo, Nicole Huisman chose a green halterneck dress to enjoy the shows from home.
Style Notes: Staying true to her vibrant styles, Nnenna Echem walked the streets of Oslo this week in a Baum und Pferdgarten creation.
Styles Notes: At home in her kitchen, Marie Jedig styled a headscarf and sweatshirt for the Marimekko show.
Style Notes: Oumayma Elboumeshouli joined in on the fun from Dubai, donning a knit midi dress for the Baum und Pferdgarten show.
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