It was tough to narrow it down, but I rounded up seven amazing trends I spotted at various shows throughout the week. For instance, the recycled and organic materials spotted at Stine Goya, Hofmann Copenhagen, and other brands perfectly aligned with new Copenhagen Fashion Week CEO Cecilie Thorsmark's vision to make the week more sustainable. "As a trendsetting fashion week, we need to help make sustainability attractive," Thorsmark said in a statement. "We have a voice and an ethical obligation to use it."
For Stine Goya, that meant incorporating organic hemp and silk certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard—and even using recycled and recyclable sequins, buttons, and zippers. Organic certifications might sound boring at first, but Goya brought her sustainable collection to life with an amazing choreographed performance that made it one of the most memorable shows of the week.
Over at By Malene Birger, I loved the scarf-inspired printed silk dresses, which I also spotted at Ganni and Mark Kenly Domino Tan. "We really dialed up the prints this season," By Malene Birger creative director Mathilde Torp Mader told Who What Wear. "Our mosaic flower print is super bold and really sets the tone of the collection—all the pieces in this print are divine."
Meanwhile, brands like Stand, Ganni, and others also brought their A-game this season. Scroll down to see and shop seven trends from Copenhagen Fashion Week F/W 19.