Street style at Copenhagen Fashion Week lived up to its history for being an eclectic melting pot of hot trends and individual style.
Pieced constructions provided the framework for a variety of looks, including second-skin silhouettes and color-blocked coordinates. Sashiko stitching, frays and patchwork gave a jean jacket an heirloom quality, while a leather shacket made from various colors and prints added a punch of texture to classic blue jeans and grey knitwear.
Statement belt buckle were prominent, with Diesel’s B-1DR offering front and center on several looks. The emblem was also featured as a cutout on a Diesel tube top paired with denim athleisure.
A denim miniskirt with an oversized denim rosette was among the dressier looks at Copenhagen Fashion Week. Most opted for casual outfits like varsity jackets styled with light-wash jeans and button-front midi skirts. Neck ties added to the prep-school vibe for some.
Shredded jeans styled with a torn tunic alluded to the emerging grunge trend. An outfit of mismatched layers worn over wide-leg jeans had a thrifted look.
Pink continued to make a statement as expressive outerwear styled with loose-fitting jeans.