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Copenhagen Fashion Week: Eclectic Melting Pot of Street Style

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.