StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS16 | CPH | Baum und Pferdgarten Look 7

Baum und Pferdgarten

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS16 | CPH | Mark Kenly Domino Tan Look 2

Mark Kenly Domino Tan

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS16 | CPH | Ganni Look 4

Ganni

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS16 | CPH | Bruuns Bazaar Look 28

Bruuns Bazaar

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS16 | CPH | By Malene Birger Look 23

By Malene Birger

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS16 | CPH | Henrik Vibskov Look 26

Henrik Vibskov

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS16 | CPH | Fonnesbech Look 9

Fonnesbech

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS16 | CPH | Freja Dalsjo Look 2

Freya Dalsjø

Copenhagen Fashion Week is a favourite of mine, this has a lot to do with the design style being predominantly minimalist but it’s also because Copenhagen is such a fantastic city. If I could go there at least once a year I’d be a very happy girl.

These are a few of my favourite looks from the Copenhagen Fashion Week SS16 shows. Baum und Pferdgarten’s silky forest green suit is a classically Danish look and one I’d like to see more in London, it’s sexy but simple. Similarly By Malene Birger’s silky blue co-ord is a comfy take on the look with a daytime pyjama feel (a trend I’m seeing a lot). Oatmeal beige is a wardrobe essential for most people, not surprisingly, it featured in many of the collections. Those of us who run around a lot will appreciate that pointed flats were worn in many of the shows.

Copenhagen Fashion Week features more wearable clothes than many of the other fashion weeks, another reason it’s one of my favourites. It may not be about pushing the boundaries of creativity but selfishly I’m always thinking about what I want to wear.