Copenhagen Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2021 Shows

It is weird to think that it has been a year since COVID-19 dramatically changed our lives, and looking back, physical fashion shows seem to be a thing of the past. As fashion month kicks off in Copenhagen, labels have all been forced to go digital, showcasing their upcoming Fall/Winter 2021 collections through video, photography and other mediums.

Copenhagen Fashion Week has just come to a close, and in case you missed it, we’ve compiled a selection of shows to look back on. With collections from GANNI, Holzweiler, Baum Und Pferdgarten and more, CPHFW proved that not even a pandemic will stop the Danish labels from creating magic.

Take a look at our favorite shows below, and stay tuned as Stockholm Fashion Week kicks off.

ROTATE Birger Christensen

ROTATE Birger Christensen has quickly become one of the most exciting labels in Copenhagen, and it is fronted by co-creative directors Thora

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Here’s How GANNI Ended Copenhagen Fashion Week

Here’s How GANNI Ended Copenhagen Fashion Week

There’s nothing like fashion month, but as the global pandemic reaches its one year mark, fashion weeks across the board are continuing to go mostly with digital activations. Including a shortened schedule, the style scope for Fall/Winter collections have adapted to the new normal and continuing to launch collections despite the effects of COVID-19.

Usually kicking off a full four weeks of style is Copenhagen Fashion Week and this season the city is continuing tradition in 2021. Today, as the week came to a close in Denmark, the fashion label GANNI closed out the season with a four day digital music experience. “I feel very fortunate that I got this opportunity with GANNI, because it’s been almost a year since I’ve, done anything,” New York based singer songwriter Zsela tells ESSENCE. “I haven’t done any kind of shows during quarantine.” Taking place of what would usually be a runway presentation,

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Versace will not be on the Milan Fashion Week schedule this season

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Versace has announced that it will not be showing on the Milan Fashion Week schedule this month and will, for the first time, be presenting in a fully digital capacity.

The Italian fashion giant revealed the news to WWD, explaining that it would present its men’s and women’s autumn/winter 2021 collections together via a film, which will be released on 5 March.

The Milan shows are set to take place between 23 February to the 1 March, with the Paris shows starting immediately afterwards. However, although the Versace presentation will happen during Paris Fashion Week, the label has said there is no affiliation with the city.

“Being a digital event has its advantages,” Donatella Versace told the publication. “One of them is the possibility of connecting with your audience whenever you think is the right moment.”

The chief creative officer added that Versace’s relationship with

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